Now, two decades later, every weekend around of 500 people visit the House, situated north of Bucharest in the spring district. The Ceausescus were executed after a summary trial during the anti-Communist revolt. The fascination about the House and the opulent lifestyle is still great-gold taps are only a visible face of this opulence. "I think I have been a good idea to open this Palace to the public. It's good for Romanians to see how they lived at the time of decay. Decay is the appropriate word, "says a tourist. "I had the opportunity to visit the tea Palace of Iran, Reza, Tea in Tehran but this Palace is more interesting, there are a lot of things to sho w," says another. 80 rooms, indoor pool and even a movie theater are part of the sumptuous residence filled with all the best at the time. In the last decade of the 25 years that the Ceausescu were in power, the Romanian people faced food rationing and shortage of electricity.