The International Music Festival, named after Romanian composer Enescu, is held every two years in Bucharest. It lasts three weeks and has been performed by many of the world's top symphony orchestras and well-known performers. In addition to concert hall programs, there are open-air concerts or music documentaries every night. In this concert hall of Athens temple, I listened to a wonderful concert. The sound effect was good. I appreciated the beauty of classical architecture and classical music. Recommend.
It is a concert hall in the centre of Bucharest and one of the landmarks of Bucharest. It was built in 1865 by the Athens Cultural Association of Romania and designed by Albert Galleron, a French architect. If there is a concert, you might as well buy tickets to enjoy the wonderful music and taste the neoclassical architecture.
There is not only Athena Temple in Greece, but also Bucharest in Romania. It is also very beautiful and spectacular in appearance.
It is more a palace-style Concert Hall than a temple. It's also good to have a chance to feel the charm of music.
A magnificent neoclassical building with a long history.