The English Passage (Romanian: Pasajul Englez) is a passage in the centre of Bucharest, Romania. The passage lies between the Calea Victoriei and the Strada Academiei.
In 1855, the jeweller Joseph Resch, who had arrived from Vienna in 1837, had a house built in the heart of Bucharest. The house, designed by architect Ernst Wolsch, was located on the Calea Victoriei in front of the area where the National Theatre would later be built. The house was described as "imposing" was 3 stories and a clock tower on the roof.
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