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    Palace of ParliamentPalace of Parliament Bucharest, Romania
    this palace, in Bucharest, Romania houses both chambers of the Romanian Parliament and is the world's biggest civilian administrative structure, as well as the most expensive and heaviest. Nicolae Ceausescu called it the "House of the Republic", but the people called it, the "People's House". It measures 890 feet by 790 feet by 282 feet high, with 302 feet underground; containing 1100 rooms, 12 stories high, four underground levels for public use and another four in various stages of completion, and two underground parking garages. It incorporates numerous architectural styles called eclectic neoclassical with elements and motifs from numerous sources. It is build with materials almost completely from the country, and include a million cubic meters of marble from Transylvania, with the majority coming from Ruschita, 700,000 tons of steel and bronze for the huge doors and windows, chandeliers and capitals, 480 chandeliers, 3500 tons of crystal, 1409 ceiling lights and mirrors, 9,700,000 square feet of wood, with more than 95% local, for wainscoting and parquet that includes oak, elm, walnut, sweet cherry and sycamore maple, velvet and brocade curtains that have been adorned with passementeries and embroideries in gold and silver, 2,200,000 square feet of woolen carpets of different dimensions, with the biggest ones created on-site with machines that had to be moved into the building first.

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    Romanian AthenaeumRomanian Athenaeum Bucharest, Romania
    this athenaeum is a concert hall in the heart of Bucharest, Romania, and a landmark of the city, that opened in 1888, home to the George Enescu Philharmonic and the George Enescu yearly international music festival. It is a neoclassical structure with many romantic touches, like the small park in front and the statue of the Romanian poet, Mihai Eminescu. The interior houses an elaborate conference hall that is as big as the auditorium above it, that seats 600 and room for 52 more in loge seating. An enormous 230 square foot long , 10 feet wide fresco adorns the circular wall in the concert hall, painted by using the al fresco technique, and depicts the most significant events of the nation's history, beginning with the conquest of Dacia by the Roman emperor, Trajan and ends with the creation of Greater Romania in 1918.

January 14, 2014