This beautiful classical-style building, built in 1852, was bought in 1874 by the Capşa family, who turned it into a famous confectionery, before adding a hotel, restaurant and café. The establishment had its heyday in the 1930s, when it became a meeting place for writers, artists and intellectuals. Neglected under communism, it was renovated and regained its former refinement in the 2000s. As for the confectionery, it still exists: you can taste the sweets and cakes that made the reputation of the place.
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