- Golescu family
The Golescu family ( _ro. Goleşti) was an old
boyarfamily of Wallachia, in what is now southern Romania. The earliest mention of them dates from the 15th century.
Members of the family
Alexandru C. Golescu
Racoviţă, the wife of Carol Davilaand mother of Alexandru Davila
Prime Ministers of Romania
Alexandru G. Golescu
On Dinicu Golescu Boulevard in Bucharest, on land once owned by its namesake, there is a statue of him and his four sons.
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