The Băilor Casino in Vatra Dornei, in northeastern Romania’s Suceava county was built between 1896 and 1898. The building was nationalised and converted into a workers’ club during the communist regime. It was given back to Suceava and Radauti Archiepiscopate (office of the archbishop) in 2004 who refurbished it in 2018 at the cost of 3.4 Million Euros.
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