The Parliament Palace in Bucharest, Romania, known before the revolution as the House of the Republic or the House of the People. This impresive structure, made from the hard work of many people, is an unforgettable reminder of Romania’s past and an iconic symbol of its transition to democracy. Built between 1984 and 1989, it was an expensive and ambitious piece of political architecture and for many years it wassaid to be the second largest building in the world, surpassed only by the Pentagon in the United States. Now, it stands as a proud reminder of Romania’s struggle for democracy, justice and freedom. From its vast halls to its endless corridors, it provides an inspiring tour through Romanian history and stands as a proud symbol of its national pride.