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.
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
This year, St Patrick’s Day was celebrated outdoor in Bucharest for the first time . Why this photo today ? Because tonight I’ll be in Dublin to meet Irish in their own home.
This Iron Guardsman has appeared in front of Bucharest District 1 Town Hall after its renovation was finished, a lot of people asking themselves about its meaning. Some say it could give a helping hand in […]