Creţulescu Palace


Creţulescu Palace

Creţulescu Palace ("Palatul Creţulescu" in Romanian, alternative spelling "Kretzulescu") is a historic building near the Cişmigiu Gardens on the Ştirbei Vodă street nr. 39 in Bucharest, Romania. It has been built for the Creţulescu family at the beginning of the 20th century, by Romanian architect Petre Antonescu (1873-1965).

Since 1972, it houses the headquarters of UNESCO's European Centre for Higher Education UNESCO-CEPES (known as "CEPES" after its French name, "Centre Europeén pour l'enseignement supérieur").

External links

* [http://www.cepes.ro/ UNESCO-CEPES] official site.


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