Romania Ceausescus Palace
In this Nov. 16, 2012 photo, Anca Petrescu, the architect who designed the Parliament Palace, poses inside the building in Bucharest, Romania. Twenty-three years after communism collapsed, the Palace of the Parliament, a gargantuan Stalinist symbol and the most concrete legacy of ex-dictator Nicolae Ceausescu, has emerged as an unlikely pillar of Romania's nascent democracy. And while it remains one of the most controversial projects of Ceausescu's 25-year rule, albeit one that has gradually found a place in the nation's psyche, it's also now a tourist attraction, visited by tens of thousands of Romanians and foreigners every year. (AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)
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