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"Born at Sigmaringen, south of present-day Germany, Carol I became the first king of the newly formed kingdom of Romania in 1881. Under the rule of the communist Causescu regime, the whole area was closed and the beautiful castle was rarely used. After the December 1989 Revolution when Causescu was overthrown, Peles Castle was reopened for tourists with many of its spectacular rooms and valuable collections made accessible to the public. Set in the superb Carpathian Mountains amid breathtaking scenery and small-scale farming, the castle is built of wood, stone, bricks, and marble in the German neo-Renaissance style. German architect Wilhem Dodere, and later Czech architect Karel Liman, designed a royal palace with more than 160 rooms, fairy-tale turrets, and pointed spires. A separate building houses the electrical power plant that enabled Peles Castle to be the first European castle entirely lit by electricity, and it was also the first to have central heating. The Peles brook, from which the castle takes its name, passes through the courtyard, which also has a fountain. The interior holds two armories, a collection of almost 2,000 paintings, rich stained-glass windows, Murano crystal chandeliers, gold and silver plates, Meissen and Sevres porcelain, and ebony and ivory sculptures. Peles is surrounded by seven terraces with statues by the Italian artist, Romanelli, stone wells, vases, and Carrara marble. There are many rooms of note with some, such as the Florentine Room and the Turkish Room, being quite outstanding. The Romanian authorities have recently returned Peles Castle to the former king of Romania, King Michael, the last living European leader who was in power during World War II. And so this remarkable and romantic castle once more belongs to the Romanian monarchy."


"Plus beau château de Roumanie, Faire aussi Peleșior"

"2 étages à visiter, 20 Lei l’entrée. Ça vaut le coup c’est pas mal"


"qui hanno girato i 3 film di natale "A Christmas prince""


"Visite totale un peu chère mais magnifique château à visiter. Se garer en bas et non dans le parking qui est cher."


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