This house that was the property of Nicolae Titulescu.
Nicolae Titulescu (1882-1942), a remarkable personality in the diplomatic and political life of Romania between the two world wars, was the country's minister plenipotentiary in London and twice foreign minister. A significant part of his career was dedicated to the work carried out within the League of Nations. His bust is at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, symbolizing the recognition of his exceptional merits, his role in addressing the major international issues of the time, his ability to negotiate and mediate.
Titulescu was elected president of the General Assembly sessions of the League of Nations, being the only diplomat who held this position twice. He was also the president of the International Diplomatic Academy.