Plaza Romania

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Plaza Romania
Plaza Romania.png
Location Bucharest, Romania
Opening date 2004
Owner Anchor Group
No. of stores and services 170
Total retail floor area 47,000 square metres (505,903.8 sq ft)[1]
No. of floors 4
Parking 2,400 underground & deck

The Plaza Romania is a shopping mall in Bucharest, Romania. The construction, based on an uncompleted hunger circus abandoned after the fall of Nicolae Ceauşescu, has 3 distinguishable parts — a central structure with a dome 40 metres in diameter, and two new and complex wing structures. The centre has two functional sections - a mall and a hypermarket, which can be operated independently according to operation conditions. The site also includes an open-air carpark and an indoor carpark.

The entire structure has 4 floors: the basement, which contains the carpark and leisure areas; the ground floor, which contains department stores, the Hypermarket, and retail stores; the first floor, which contains retail stores, leisure areas, and cinemas; and the second floor, which contains more retail shops and cinemas, as well as a bowling alley, a fitness centre and a food court. On August 29, 2009, a tribute to Michael Jackson was given at Plaza Romania with many dancers. This would have been his 51st birthday.


  1. ^ Shopping Malls in Bucharest (Romanian)

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Coordinates: 44°25′42.52″N 26°2′5.33″E / 44.4284778°N 26.0348139°E / 44.4284778; 26.0348139Template:Http://