Royal Carol Villa Central is a 100 square metres apartment with a terrace of 40
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As you climb Hill Metropolitan Filaret, in front of you is Carol Park.
Carol Park, called Freedom Park in 1948-1991, is a park located in the 4th district of Bucharest, on the Filaretului Hill.
Here is the Mausoleum of Carol Park, named during the communist regime Monument of the heroes of the struggle for freedom of the people and homeland, for socialism.
The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the work of the sculptor Emil Wilhelm Becker, was inaugurated in 1923 in front of the Artistic Palace (which housed the Military Museum) in Carol I Park in Bucharest, becoming a national place for pilgrimage and recollection in memory of the 225,000 soldiers sacrificed in World War I for the reunification of Romania, On the inauguration, May 17, 1923, the royal family, government members, legislators, and a number of public.
The water tower "The Fortress of Ţepeş Voda", commonly known as the Vlad Tepes Castle in Bucharest, is a building erected in 1906 in the Carol I Park on the occasion of the organization of the Romanian General Exposition devoted to the 40th anniversary of King Carol's ascension I of Romania, 25 years after the proclamation of the Kingdom of Romania and 1800 years after the Romans conquered Dacia.