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A picture shot on Saturday, June 11, 2016, shows the bathroom of Romanian communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu's wife Elena, at the couple's former home, dubbed the Palace of Spring in Bucharest, Romania. The Palace of Spring, the official residence of the Ceausescu family, has opened its gilded doors to the public more than two decades after the couple died. The palace, which features peacocks, a padded movie theater, mosaics and a gold bathroom, was home to the late dictator and his wife until their death. In the weekends, up to 500 people visit the palace, located in Bucharest's upscale Primaverii district in north Bucharest. (AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)

Romania: Ceausescu palatial home draws 1000s of tourists

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Leisurely walks along manicured lawns are a commonpast time. (Photograph by Jacquie Kubin / Special to The Washington Times)

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