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Two politicians who suffered under the communists

In Revolution Square, sitting in front of the balcony on which the Nicolae Ceausescu gave his final... read more

Reviewed 8 July 2018
Ian C
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London, United Kingdom
Honoring Iuliu Maniu

Created in bronze in honor of the former Romanian politician, Iuliu Maniu, by Mircea Spătaru. Maniu... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
AAHolt
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United States
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Created in bronze in honor of the former Romanian politician, Iuliu Maniu, by Mircea Spătaru. Maniu served three terms as prime minister of Romania and he was a co-founder of the National Peasants' Party. The statue is located in Revolution Square in central Bucharest.

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Reviewed 8 July 2018

In Revolution Square, sitting in front of the balcony on which the Nicolae Ceausescu gave his final speech before being imprisoned and executed, along with his wife is the statue of Iuliu Maniu, very modernist, facing across the street to that of Corneliu Coposu, a...More

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Reviewed 10 May 2018

Located within revolution squares sits (literally) the bronze statue of a Romanian politician. A former prime minister 1928–1933. During the communist era, he was imprisoned, dying in Sighet prison in 1953. You can learn so much about a place through its monuments/sculptures/statues.

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Reviewed 30 April 2018

A rather ugly statue,at least in my oppinion.Nothing special to see at it,so it doesn't deserve a special attention.Not a must see.

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Reviewed 14 April 2018

Aptly placed in front of the former Communist Headquarters in Revolution Square the fine sculpture honours a brave politician who fought against tyranny and state repression. He was Prime Minister on three occasions before and after WW I. When the communists secured ultimate power after...More

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