The Revolution Square in Bucharest is one of the places with the most complex history, a landmark of local and national culture and history. This is where the revolution of 1989 started. The statues around the square are elements of the story from the communist era in Bucharest. Around the square you will see: the former headquarters of the communist party, in the corner of the square you can see a fascinating building with an old facade and modern interior – former conspirative house and nowadays the headquarters of the Order of Architects in Romania.
In the middle of the square you will find the statue of Iuliu Maniu. Opposite of the former headquarters of the communist party you will see the Kretzulescu Church.
What should be kept in mind is that the Revolution Square is a tourist destination that should not be overlooked as, as mentioned, it is representative of the cultural and historical identity of the city of Bucharest and of the entire country. The Revolution Square is also an excellent starting point for those who want to go through a comprehensive tour of Bucharest, as the market is located on Calea Victoriei and, for example, a short distance from Cişmigiu Park (this being located about 200 meters west of the market).