Curator: Dr. Allan B. Cruse, Professor Emeritus, Computer Science and Mathematics, University of San Francisco

          Examples of Interior Spaces in Romania

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Pub Biutiful is located in the "Old Town" Lipscani District of Bucharest, Romania

Cotroceni Palace and Museum in Bucharest, Romania, is the President's residence

New six-level 'Carturesti Carusul' bookstore opened 2015 in Bucharest, Romania

An interior view of the Romanian Orthodox Christian Cathedral in Sibiu, Romania

Guided tour for visitors inside the Palace of the Parliament in Bucharest, Romania

The Romanian National Opera House main performance hall in Bucharest, Romania

Sitting Room in Peles Castle, the summer home of King Carol I at Sinaia, Romania

Indoor swimming pool for guests staying at the Kronwell Hotel in Brasov, Romania

The National Arena can seat more than 55,000 soccer fans in Bucharest, Romania

Zambaccian Museum, once a private home, opened to public in Bucharest, Romania

Interior perspective on the Roman-Catholic Cathedral sanctuary at Oradea, Romania

Performance Hall at the Romanian National Opera House in Timisoara, Romania

The Black Church has survived from the mid-16th Century in Brasov, Romania

Batthyaneum Library at Alba Iulia hosts some important manuscripts centuries past

Old Cellar ("Crama Veche") serves meals in 15th-century quarters in Sibiu, Romania

View of the main dance floor inside Club Midi located in Cluj-Napoca, Romania

The Knight's Hall in the Fifteenth-Century Corvin Castle at Hunedoara, Romania

The Chamber of Deputies seats 412 lower-house legislators in Bucharest, Romania

The Great Synagogue of Bucharest, opened 1845, exhibits Romanian Jewish history

Part of the lobby area of the Athenee Palace Hilton Hotel in Bucharest, Romania

Interior of the medieval painted monastery constructed in 1488 in Voronet, Romania

Interior of the Olympic Ice Skating Arena which opened in 2010 in Brasov, Romania

Interior of the Romanian National Theater in the northeastern city of Iasi, Romania

The Gara de Nord national railway-station boarding-platform in Bucharest, Romania

Typical interior view of the underground metro subway cars in Bucharest, Romania

Lavish residence of deceased dictator Nicolae Ceausescu in Bucharest, Romania

Sala Polivalenta is a multipurpose arena and concert hall in Bucharest, Romania

Interior of the Jewish Synagogue, which was opened in 1901, in Brasov, Romania

Stairway inside the now abandoned casino, opened in 1905, at Constanta, Romania

Dazzling interior of Joben Bistro and Bar, opened 2014, in Cluj-Napoca, Romania

The main reading room at the Central University Library in Bucharest, Romania

The central display pavilion at the RomExpo exhibition hall in Bucharest, Romania

The renown and century-old 'Caru cu Bere' restaurant in Bucharest, Romania

Ancient underground salt mine, now a museum and theme park, at Turda, Romania

Polovragi Cave, a tourism site, believed guarded by the ancient man-god Zalmoxis

Launched on 23 NOV 2014; last updated on 03 JUL 2016