Acasa - Cazino Constanta

The Constanta Casino is a defunct casino, located in Constanta, Romania. It has been designated by the Romanian Ministry of Culture and National Patrimony as a historic monument. The Casino is architecturally classed as Art Nouveau in design and dates back to a wooden building built-in 1880. Constanta Cazino has been built 3 times with the current art nouveau design being completed in 1910. In Constanta Casino: Historic Beautiful Building - See 660 traveler reviews, 549 candid photos, and great deals for Constanta, Romania, at Tripadvisor. Primul casino din Constanta cu far genovez. Clădirea a folosit panta pentru a crea două terase suprapuse rotunjite, cu scopul de a oferi o vedere deplină asupra stâncii, mării și portului Constanța, din toate unghiurile. Era situat în vecinătatea farului genovez. Interiorul avea o sală de bal, două săli de jocuri și două săli de CONSTANTA, ROMANIA - JUNE 10, 2017. World art nouveau day with visit inside the abandoned Casino building ,sumptuous architecture with a wonderful view of the Black sea in Constanta, Romania. Photos from Cazino Constanta’s post “Sala de Baccara” “Der Spielsaal für Baccarat im Kasino zu Constanza, umgewandelt in ein Lazarett nach der Eroberung durch die deutschen und bulgarischen Truppen” / “Sala de joc pentru Baccara in … See more We recommend booking Constanta Casino tours ahead of time to secure your spot. If you book with Tripadvisor, you can cancel up to 24 hours before your tour starts for a full refund. See all 26 Constanta Casino tours on Tripadvisor. What's the best way to see Constanta Casino? According to Tripadvisor travelers, these are the best ways to experience Constanta Casino: Constanta and Mamaia Day The Constanta Casino is built on a patch of land drawn from the sea. The Casino is original and unique in the world because it is built on a patch of land drawn from the sea before 1910. Thus, no other building can compete, from this point of view, with the gem of Constanta. Prior to the start of the works, the city used to end high up, where there is Queen Elizabeth Boulevard now, and where

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