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Cotroceni Palace is located at Bulevardul Geniului, in Bucharest, Romania. The palace houses the present day offices of the President of Romania and the National Cotroceni Museum.

Between 1949 and 1976 the Cotroceni Palace became the Pioneers Palace. Architect Nicholas Vlădescu coordinated the restoration of the palace after the earthquake in 1977; the work lasted ten years. In 1984, Nicolae Ceauşescu, the President of Romania, ordered to demolish the Church erected by Şerban Cantacuzino and today the church foundation is lined with marble. After the Revolution in 1989, the Cotroceni Palace became the official residence of the President.

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