Title: BUC_CV_00257-en Reference code: BUC_CV_00257Title: Cantacuzino PalacePhotographer: unknownDate: c. 1930-1940Physical description: Dimensions: 12,9 x 17,8 cmNotes: Conservation status: Technique: black and white sglass negativeLocation: BucharestComments: The Cantacuzino Palace was built for the politician Grigore G. Cantacuzino (1832-1913), called Nababul, according to the plans of the architect I. D. Berindey between 1901-1903 and was inaugurated in 1906. Between 1933-1947 in the Palace was located the Council of Ministers. In 1947 the Institute of Romanian-Soviet Studies was installed here. Between 1956-1977, the George Enescu Museum of Music and the Union of Composers functioned here. After 1990, the George Enescu Museum resumed its activity in the Cantacuzino Palace.Digitization: Serioja Bocsok, Larisa SitarKeywords: exterior, urban, architecture, Calea Victoriei, palace, museum, George Enescu, awning, statues, lionsRelated images: Legal rights: Collection of Mihai and Anca Oroveanu