Gheorghe Lazăr National College (Bucharest)

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Gheorghe Lazăr National College
Colegiul Național "Gheorghe Lazăr"
Gheorghe Lazar - High School.JPG
Regina Elisabeta Boulevard no. 48
Type Public
Established 1860
Director Victor Ioan Nicolae
Number of students ca. 1,000

The Gheorghe Lazăr National College (Romanian: Colegiul Național Gheorghe Lazăr) is a high school located in central Bucharest, Romania, at the southeast corner of the Cișmigiu Gardens, on the corner of Bulevardul Regina Elisabeta. One of the most prestigious secondary education institutions in Romania, it was named after the Transylvanian educator Gheorghe Lazăr, who taught at the Saint Sava College. Founded in 1860, it is the second oldest high school in Bucharest.

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Coordinates: 44°26′6.06″N 26°5′24.73″E / 44.4350167°N 26.0902028°E / 44.4350167; 26.0902028