Bucharest 1964

Bucharest 1964

Carl Mydans American photographer surprise summer of 1964 in Bucharest Carl Mydans was in Bucharest in August 1964 when he surprised the film also the Parade of August 23 and undoubtedly that was not allowed to walk on his own in the city. Via:...
Parade on 23 August 1964

Parade on 23 August 1964

Parade August 23, 1964 Twenty years of communist rule in Romania   Via: george-damian.ro
Bucharest in 1956

Bucharest in 1956

1956 Bucharest was  not yet be modified by postwar reconstruction, so we see how the city looked after the war. They were two great events which decimated it: the earthquake in November 1940 and the bombing in WWII The photos were made by tourists from the country girlfriend German Democratic Republic in the summer of 1956, a good friend of socialist state – then – the young People’s Republic Romina   Via:...
Bucharest bombed by German aviation

Bucharest bombed by German aviation

We continue to present the effects of the bombing of Bucharest in 1944. This time, the city was bombed by German air force after Romania switched sides, August 23, 1944 Can be seen emblematic city buildings were affected by the bombings   Via: turistinbucurestiro.blogspot.ro  (1)  and...
Bucharest under allied bombings

Bucharest under allied bombings

The tragic event happened 1944, when more than 5,000 died in Bucharest along the 17 aerial bombing of the capital, remains one of the biggest disasters in the history of the city. During 1944 the city was bombed by allied troupes but also by the German Luftwaffe .  The Bucharest World War II bombings were primarily Allied bombings of railroad targets and those of the Oil Campaign of World War II, but included a bombing by Nazi Germany after the royal coup. Bucharest stored and distributed much of Ploiesti’s refined oil products.     Via:...
Opening of the National Theatre Bucharest

Opening of the National Theatre Buchares...

Modernizing the National Theatre in Bucharest came to an end: outdoor amphitheater roof six show halls with the latest facilities and a maze of cafes, bookstores and art galleries. This post shows the architectural space for the new arrangements.   Via:...
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