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Postcards from Bucharest

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irina vasilescu

on 5 April 2012

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Between the two World Wars, its elegant architecture and its rich cultural life earned the city the nickname of “Little Paris”.
The first time the town was ever mentioned in a document was the year 1459, during the reign of Vlad the Impaler.
After two wars, a few devastating earthquakes and a long dictatorship, Bucharest still has what to show to visitors.
...and...
us!
You're welcome in Bucharest anytime!
It became the capital after the Unification in 1859
It suffered heavy losses due to the bombing in WW2 and demolishing during the Ceausescu regime.
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