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- Palace of the Chamber of Deputies (the Patriarchal Palace today), completed in 1907
- Palace of the National Military Circle, begun in 1911, completed in 1923
- Church of St. Sylvester, Bucharest (reconstruction and enlargement, from 1904 to 1907 )
- Argeș County Prefecture Building (built in 1899, in 1970 it became the County Museum of History and Natural Science)
- Armenian Cathedral (Armenian Church) in Bucharest, 1911–1912 with Gregory Cerchez
- Hotel Concordia
- Vorvorenilor's Home (Palace) in Craiova (present residence of the Metropolitan of Oltenia)
- St. Haralambos Church of Turnu Magurele (1905)
On 1 March 2005, the bust of Dimitrie Maimarolu was unveiled within the National Military Circle Palace.
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