Bucharest
The „Little Paris of East“
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Contents
Geography
History
Foundation
Capital of the Romanian Kingdom
Communist era

Buildings
Sources
Geography

• Bucharest is in south-east of Romania
• The river Dambovita flows through Bucharest
Herastrau - Lake

Carol I. - Lake

Cismigiu - Lake
History

• Bucharest was first mentioned in 1459
Spirii Monastery
Manuc‘s Inn (1841)
Great Fire of Bucharest, 1847
Bucharest from the „Coltei“ – Tower (1868)
Victory-Street, (1870)
St. Spiridon Cathedral (1863)

Old City Hall
(1872)
2nd world war
Revolution Square, 1918
Kogalniceanu-Square
(1920)
Enescu-Square (1916)
Bulandra Theatre
Bratianu-Street (1927)
Senate Square (1921)
Selari-Street (1927)
St. George Square (1921)
Communist Era
Ilie Rahovari
Church

Radu Voda
Monastery

Razvan
Church
The whole district was destroyed and, at last, the church (1975)
Between 1960-1985
demolished part of
Bucharest
Unirii Sqare
Unirii Street
Buildings
The Palace of the
Parliament
The Romanian
Athenee
National Library of
Romania
Free Press House
Triumph Arch
The Officer Casino of
Bucharest
The CEC Palace
The Patriarchy Hill
Palace of Justice
The Coltea Hospital
Romanian People's
Salvation Cathedral
(under construction)
Thanks for the
attention!
Sources
o en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bucharest
o en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History of Bucharest
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  1. 1. Bucharest The „Little Paris of East“ oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
  2. 2. Contents Geography History Foundation Capital of the Romanian Kingdom Communist era Buildings Sources
  3. 3. Geography • Bucharest is in south-east of Romania
  4. 4. • The river Dambovita flows through Bucharest
  5. 5. Herastrau - Lake Carol I. - Lake Cismigiu - Lake
  6. 6. History • Bucharest was first mentioned in 1459
  7. 7. Spirii Monastery
  8. 8. Manuc‘s Inn (1841)
  9. 9. Great Fire of Bucharest, 1847
  10. 10. Bucharest from the „Coltei“ – Tower (1868)
  11. 11. Victory-Street, (1870)
  12. 12. St. Spiridon Cathedral (1863) Old City Hall (1872)
  13. 13. 2nd world war
  14. 14. Revolution Square, 1918
  15. 15. Kogalniceanu-Square (1920)
  16. 16. Enescu-Square (1916)
  17. 17. Bulandra Theatre
  18. 18. Bratianu-Street (1927)
  19. 19. Senate Square (1921)
  20. 20. Selari-Street (1927)
  21. 21. St. George Square (1921)
  22. 22. Communist Era
  23. 23. Ilie Rahovari Church Radu Voda Monastery Razvan Church
  24. 24. The whole district was destroyed and, at last, the church (1975)
  25. 25. Between 1960-1985 demolished part of Bucharest
  26. 26. Unirii Sqare
  27. 27. Unirii Street
  28. 28. Buildings
  29. 29. The Palace of the Parliament
  30. 30. The Romanian Athenee
  31. 31. National Library of Romania
  32. 32. Free Press House
  33. 33. Triumph Arch
  34. 34. The Officer Casino of Bucharest
  35. 35. The CEC Palace
  36. 36. The Patriarchy Hill
  37. 37. Palace of Justice
  38. 38. The Coltea Hospital
  39. 39. Romanian People's Salvation Cathedral (under construction)
  40. 40. Thanks for the attention! Sources o en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bucharest o en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History of Bucharest

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