„If you look at the Romanian history between 1965 and 1989, everything points in the direction of the Ceaușescu family.”
I still remember how we had to recite the Romanian hymn every morning in the first class at school. My school mates and I would stand up and look straight ahead at Ceaușescu’s picture as we said the Romanian hymn. I was too young to understand how communism affected the Romanian people. To this day, it’s not an easy thing to think about, and I learned the hard way how it affected my family.
If you look at the Romanian history between 1965 and 1989, everything points in the direction of the Ceaușescu family. At the “Ceaușescu Mansion” you can connect all the stories or anecdotes you’ve heard to a palpable reality. A witty guide is waiting there to take you a tour of the house. He will have a lot of very interesting, at times bitter, insights for you. The house looks modest from outside but from the inside it’s quite the opposite.