The offices and home of the Romanian President are located at Cotroceni Palace in Bucharest. It is also home to the National Museum of Cotroceni, which has more than 20,000 items in its collection. The Cotroceni Park, one of the main public gardens in the town that dates back to the 1850s, is adjacent to the palace. Since an earthquake hit in 1977, much of the palace had to be restored.
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