Military Club, Bucharest
The Military Club was built in 1912. and is an impressive building in Bucharest,. It was built on the site of a former Monastary , to host the Officers of the Romanian Army.--Today the officers still use it , but the front restaurant is open to the public.
The Military Club was build in 1912 on the site of the former Sarindar Monastery (the name witch is preserved in the name of the fontain directly in front of the building). This neoclassic masterpiece, designed by the romanien architect Dimitrie Maimaroiu, was build to host the social, cultural and educational needs of the Romanien army.
This is a building you can’t fail to notice when going around in the centre of Bucharest. Built by the Romanian architect Dimitrie Maimaroiu in 1912, it has always hosted the Cercul Militar National (Club of the National Army), with a library and lecture rooms, since its purpose has always been educational and cultural as well as social.
Most of the building remains strictly reserved to army officers, but the restaurant and the terrace are open to the public.
The grand Cercul Militar National was built in 1912, on the site of the former Sarindar Monastery, to be a social, cultural and educational centre for Romanian army officers. It was designed in French neo-Classical style by French architect Ernest Doneaud and Romanian architects Dumitru Maimarolu and Victor Stefanescu.
The National Military Circle was built in 1912 on the site of the formar Sarindar Monastery by arch. Dimitrie Maimarolu, in French neoclassic style. Reception halls, lecture halls, library, performance hall and bookshop.
The Circe Militar has an excellent cuisine at reasonable prices. The decoration is superb and out of this age. It looks forbidding but enter by the door on the left upt the steps.
There is entertainment in the evening, so do not sit too close to the stage, and stay away from the area reserved for generals.
The impressive French Neo Classical building was built in 1912 by by arch. Dimitrie Maimarolu.
It was erected on the site of the formar Sarindar Monastery.
The spot of the building, in the heart of Bucharests most glorious area gives it a central point for tourists.
The picture didn't turned out as I hoped it will, I hope that in my next visit I will do a better one....
Built in the year 1912, after the blueprints of the romanian architects D.Maimarolu, V.Stefanescu and the french architect E.Doneaud, the building has impressive interior saloons, featuring neoclasic french style.
During the times inside were held reunions of high-class society of that time, art galeries, sculpture and books.
This highly ornate building was designed in French neo-Classical style by Dumitru Maimarolu, Victor Stefanescu and Ernest Doneaud. Construction started in 1911 and ended in 1923 with most of the funds being donated by the Romanian Army officers. The Army Club replaced the monastery church of Sarindar which used to sit here.
Former CCA (central house of army) - constructed in 1912 on a high ground next to Calea Victoriei, Constantin Mille and Mihail Kogalniceanu boulevard. The building was constructed after the plans of the arhitect Dimitrie Maimarolu, Victor Stefanescu and Ernest Doneaud, in the french style. The builiding have elegant rooms for receptions and conference rooms.
This impressive building is the Army Club.
It was built in 1912.
A gigantic flag is placed in the middle of this square called the Square of the Flag.