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.
Intercontinental Hotel, one of the tallest buildings in the Bucharest at the moment when it was opened (the 23rd of May, 1971) has become one of the landmarks of the city. Another landmark of Bucharest […]
Kretulescu Church – in the center of Bucharest, near Royal Palace – in a winter day.
Darvari Hermitage (Schitul Darvari) is a peaceful oasis in the center of busy Bucharest; it was founded in 1834 by Mihai Darvari and his wife Elena. For more information about Darvari Hermitage, please check: www.schituldarvari.ro