Neo-Romanian architectural style – part 2

For me, to write about my town means, among other things, to answer this question: What is typical of Big Beautiful Bucharest? Of course, there is no simple answer to this question. A few days ago I claimed that there is an identity marker of Bucharest – the town of lovers – that is the neo-romanian architectural style.

Right now, I am sharing with you some fresh photos from Bucharest in order to demonstrate not only that it is a town full of beautiful houses, but to convince you that the neo-romanian architectural style is a major contribution to the world’s heritage.

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2 thoughts on “Neo-Romanian architectural style – part 2

    • Thanks a lot for reblogging. As far as I know it is the first time when someone reblog one of my articles 🙂

      Unfortunately, this style ended abruptly after the Second World War. The communism doesn’t like it, preferring block of flats instead 🙂

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