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The other buildings are the result of an extensive restoration project in 1897, by well-known architect Ion Mincu. Lateral apses and a porch on the west façade were added giving the church the triconch form characteristic of the Muntenian architecture.

The other buildings are the result of an extensive restoration project in 1897, by well-known architect Ion Mincu. Lateral apses and a porch on the west façade were added giving the church the triconch form characteristic of the Muntenian architecture.

Casa Lahovari (Rumanía, 1884-86). Ion Mincu (Rumanía, 1852 Focşani-1912). // Ion Mincu estudió en la Escuela Nacional de Puentes y Caminos en Bucarest y en la Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes de París (1877-84), de regreso a su país promovió el estilo Neorrumano en la arquitectura. Casa Lahovari es considerado el primer edificio significativo del estilo Neorrumano, con elementos distintos de Art Nouveau.

Casa Lahovari (Rumanía, 1884-86). Ion Mincu (Rumanía, 1852 Focşani-1912). // Ion Mincu estudió en la Escuela Nacional de Puentes y Caminos en Bucarest y en la Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes de París (1877-84), de regreso a su país promovió el estilo Neorrumano en la arquitectura. Casa Lahovari es considerado el primer edificio significativo del estilo Neorrumano, con elementos distintos de Art Nouveau.

The Central School for Girls, Bucharest (1890-1892) designed by the Romanian architect Ion Mincu, the promoter of a Romanian style in architecture

The Central School for Girls, Bucharest (1890-1892) designed by the Romanian architect Ion Mincu, the promoter of a Romanian style in architecture

Atelierul de arhitectură Liliana Chiaburu: Arh. Henrieta Delavrancea - Casa Prager (1936), B-...

Atelierul de arhitectură Liliana Chiaburu: Arh. Henrieta Delavrancea - Casa Prager (1936), B-...

*Neo-romanian style in architecture*  "Ion Mincu" University of Architecture and Urbanism Palace (1912-1927, arch. Grigore Cerchez), Bucharest, Romania

*Neo-romanian style in architecture* "Ion Mincu" University of Architecture and Urbanism Palace (1912-1927, arch. Grigore Cerchez), Bucharest, Romania

*Neo-Romanian architectural style* The Central School for Girls, Bucharest (1890-1892)  ION MINCU (1852-1912) - the Romanian architect who promoted a Romanian style in architecture and integrated into his works the specific traditional architecture with the Brâncovenesc style (a synthesis between the Byzantine, Ottoman, late Renaissance, and Baroque architecture) In recognition of its importance in the evolution of the Romanian school of architecture, since 1953 the University of…

*Neo-Romanian architectural style* The Central School for Girls, Bucharest (1890-1892) ION MINCU (1852-1912) - the Romanian architect who promoted a Romanian style in architecture and integrated into his works the specific traditional architecture with the Brâncovenesc style (a synthesis between the Byzantine, Ottoman, late Renaissance, and Baroque architecture) In recognition of its importance in the evolution of the Romanian school of architecture, since 1953 the University of…

Villa Miclescu (1930) Dorobanti, Bucarest. Architecte : Horia Creanga. ©GB

Villa Miclescu (1930) Dorobanti, Bucarest. Architecte : Horia Creanga. ©GB

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Attractive Bucharest http://www.travelandtransitions.com/destinations/destination-advice/europe/

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saivan-dacic Romania traditional dacian romanian architecture

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