Typical View of Bucharest
A few typical views for Bucharest, from Herastrau Park (Parcul Herastrau) looking North and North-West to Free Press House (Casa Presei Libere) and City Gate towers. The last picture is from 2007, when City Gate was still in the initial phase of the project.
Great Bucharest views from Intercontinental Hotel in an early morning from last week. I’ve took the pictures towards the Eastern and North-Eastern parts of Bucharest, with view to Batistei Street (Strada Batistei), Mosilor Avenue (Calea Mosilor) and many small streets.
The beautiful building of the Romanian Athenaeum in an early morning of March. The autumn version announcing George Enescu International Festival is here.
This seems to be the new typical view in the city, regardless of type or care or district.
Ceiling detail from Macca Vilacrosse Passage (Pasajul Macca Vilacrosse).
Macca Vilacrosse Passage (Pasajul Macca Vilacrosse) – one of the “must see” places for any tourist visiting Bucharest.
One beautiful sunset from last week, offering an orange and low blue sky before the night came.
On 15 September the school begins again so today we have the picture of the oldest and best high school from Bucharest – Saint Sava National College (Colegiul National Sf Sava). A small part of its long history can be found on wikipedia.
A classic view from Bucharest with the old Intercontinental Hotel from Universitatii Square.
And because last weekend I went for a long walk in the Circus Park (Parcul Circului), this is the dome of the circus building. Round building, different views.