For the 5th time Bucharest people celebrated St. Patrick‘s Day outdoors with Irish dance & music. This year the celebration took place on Lipscani Street Area, in Bucharest Old City Centre. Special Guests were Bordo Sarkany from Hungary with a medieval-celtic music show accompanied by bagpipes and The Amazing Apples, a ‘Galway based cover and original band‘ as they are presented on their Facebook page.
This year, on the 17th of March, St. Patrick’s Day was celebrated in Bucharest for the first time in open space – with music, dance and a lot of irish green. In the evening the party carried […]
Calea Victoriei (Victory Road) in the evening – with Kretulescu Church ( a historical monument, built between 1720 and 1722) in the background.
These are no scenes from the Birds of L. Hitchcock. Everything happens in Bucharest. Heavy snow fallen this February made wild pidgeons in Cismigiu Park be very hungry. They eat directly from the people‘s hands, […]