St. Nicholas Church, located at the intersection of the Republic and Railway Station, was founded in 1777 by Prince Alexander Ypsilanti. Built on the foundation stone, it is adorned on the outside with medallions of saints. This church was declared a historical monument for its architecture and interior and exterior painting, but also for its age more than two centuries.
Mansion "Thomas Cantacuzino", is situated in the city's central park, being built by Thomas Cantacuzino back of the seventeenth century. At the mansion, there have been personalities such as writer Ion Ghica Grigore Alexandrescu, Anne de Noailles-born writer Brancoveanu, Martha Bibescu.
Monuments "memory of ancestors" located on Station Street, Republic Street and the street are built by sculptor brezean Sunatorii Tudor Gheorghe. Portraits in bronze by the sculptor presents the account of Breze ancestors.
Monument to heroes of Beli-mouth is shaped like an obelisk Breaza with an eagle. He was raised in memory of Romanian soldiers who died all the time to complete the race. Breaza Monument Heroes of the Upper nipple was built in 1930 on the hill nipple at 743 m altitude. It is a 11 m tall cross erected in memory of heroes who died in World War I (1916-1918). Memorial Museum Nicolae Grigorescu - Campina - Banesti
Also located in Campina, Nicolae Grigorescu Memorial Museum was arranged in the house where the painter lived the last part of his life and was made available to the public in 1957. Grigorescu, painter of the soul of the Romans, chose this city for air or patriarchal and especially around an unparalleled beauty, which were actually a source of constant inspiration. The museum houses the master's workshop in numerous paintings and sketches from all periods of his creation (Barbizon, the War of Independence period Alba). About 100 paintings are presented here in an authentic original, evoking the atmosphere of early age.
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- Museums and galleries
- Churches and monasteries
- Skiing (downhill)
- Mountain bike