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:...
Bucharest historic general views

Bucharest historic general views

Below are some pictures representing the city of Bucharest from the second part of the 19th century until the second part of 20th century . Below are some pictures representing the city of Bucharest from the second part of the 19th century until the second part of 20th century . Via:...
Bucharest by helicopter

Bucharest by helicopter

During last marathon organised in Bucharest , some photos were taken from helicopter over the city . You can see some of the most representative areas of the city , but also the contest carried on ,  enjoy     Via:...
Bucharest Old City

Bucharest Old City

In this post we’ll talk about the old town – Lipscani – who managed to survive after the demolition of 70-80, when have been demolished around 20% of the city area, including many of the historic buildings. A few years ago, this area was a depressing show, but now it has become full of life – old buildings were gradually transformed into restaurants, the streets are rebuilt, all the becomeness very attractive.       Via:...
Miliatry parade in Bucharest during WWII

Miliatry parade in Bucharest during WWII

Below are 47 images from a military parade organized in 1941, in Bucharest, Romanian troops after the victory in the Battle of Odessa during the Second World War. After the liberation of Bessarabia in 1941, the Romanian army started in August 1941, Odessa conquest operation without German support. Due to the resistance forces of the Red Army in Odessa, the Romanian army fought for three months to conquer heavily fortified city.   Via:...
Bucharest in late 19th century

Bucharest in late 19th century

 In 1856, the city of Bucharest was photographed for the first time. One who made this for the first time was Ludwig Angerer, the Austrian pharmacist. Ludwig Angerer studied the city to detect the most suitable places to obtain conclusive on the issue of panoramic images.  Most likely, the photographs were commissioned by Ludwig Angerer Habsburg army. The photos of presents a number of buildings who disappeared since then ,also the Dimbovita river has a completly different scenery . Via:...
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