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13 Septembrie/ September 13th - The name of this neighborhood comes from the date of Firemen’s Day (September 13th, year 1848), when the firmen led by Pavel Zaganescu (captain of Romanian firemen) tried to defend Bucharest. The enemy were turkish men led by Kerim-Pasa. Unfortunatley, the firemen where defeated. September 13th was declared Firemen’s day.

13 Septembrie/ September 13th - The name of this neighborhood comes from the date of Firemen’s Day (September 13th, year 1848), when the firmen led by Pavel Zaganescu (captain of Romanian firemen) tried to defend Bucharest. The enemy were turkish men led by Kerim-Pasa. Unfortunatley, the firemen where defeated. September 13th was declared Firemen’s day.

Bucharest Hoods by Tea Tomescu, via Behance

Bucharest Hoods by Tea Tomescu, via Behance

Bucharest Hoods by Tea Tomescu, via Behance

Bucharest Hoods by Tea Tomescu, via Behance

Bucharest Hoods by Tea Tomescu, via Behance

Bucharest Hoods by Tea Tomescu, via Behance

Bucharest Hoods by Tea Tomescu, via Behance

Bucharest Hoods by Tea Tomescu, via Behance

Bucharest Hoods by Tea Tomescu, via Behance

Bucharest Hoods by Tea Tomescu, via Behance

Bucharest Hoods by Tea Tomescu, via Behance

Bucharest Hoods by Tea Tomescu, via Behance

Bucharest Hoods by Tea Tomescu, via Behance

Bucharest Hoods by Tea Tomescu, via Behance

Bucharest Hoods by Tea Tomescu, via Behance

Bucharest Hoods by Tea Tomescu, via Behance


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Bucharest Hoods by Tea Tomescu, via Behance

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Carol Park - The park was arranged between 1900 and 1906 at the initiative of Fields Minister, Ion Lahovari, after the plans of Swiss-French landscape architect Eduard Redont. It was inaugurated in 1906 to celebrate 40 years of reign of King Carol I of Romania. The park has a mixed style set up with a landscape architecture dominant side, vegetation being located around the Central Alley - built in a geometric style.

Carol Park - The park was arranged between 1900 and 1906 at the initiative of Fields Minister, Ion Lahovari, after the plans of Swiss-French landscape architect Eduard Redont. It was inaugurated in 1906 to celebrate 40 years of reign of King Carol I of Romania. The park has a mixed style set up with a landscape architecture dominant side, vegetation being located around the Central Alley - built in a geometric style.

Doamna Ghica

Doamna Ghica

Plumbuita Park - Located in the Colentina neighborhood, the park was arranged as recreation area in 1977 and had 80 hectares in those times. In the park there are two important historical architectural objectives of Bucharest: Plumbuita Monastery and Palace Ghika Tei.

Plumbuita Park - Located in the Colentina neighborhood, the park was arranged as recreation area in 1977 and had 80 hectares in those times. In the park there are two important historical architectural objectives of Bucharest: Plumbuita Monastery and Palace Ghika Tei.

Bucharest National Opera - is the largest lyric theater in the country and is one of the four national operas in Romania. The building was built in 1953 by architect Octav Doicescu and named the Opera and Ballet Theatre. It was inaugurated on 9 January 1954 with the show Queen of Spades, opera by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.

Bucharest National Opera - is the largest lyric theater in the country and is one of the four national operas in Romania. The building was built in 1953 by architect Octav Doicescu and named the Opera and Ballet Theatre. It was inaugurated on 9 January 1954 with the show Queen of Spades, opera by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.

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