Sights and Attractions in Bucharest Romania

SIGHTS

Besides the Patriarchal Church (1654-1658), the ruins of the ‘Curtea Veche’, the old Prince Castle from the 14th century; the Romanian Atheneum; the Concert House (1886-1888); the Restaurant Doina, built by Ion Mincu, the father of Romanian architecture.

With time, different visions began appearing, becoming more frequent and erratic. The most terrifying was that of a half-lizard, half-human creature. She found it huddled in the basement of the shop. Scaled and reptilian shaped, it had human legs and arms. Seeming to be startled, it pulled human hands from its face and looked up. The eyes that met Mari’s were large, wide and very human, but its face was that of a lizard. It was gone in the blink of an eye. Her visions didn’t end at the shop. She was also cursed at home.

There she saw a Victorian-era woman holding a baby. Near this woman were two children, a young girl and boy between the ages of 3 and 9. They stared down from the second-floor balcony that overlooks the living room. Most disturbing is the fact these soulless apparitions had no eyes, no face. So disturbed by these spirits, Mari seldom sat in the living room. Her life had become a nightmare.

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