Though the area of the zoo garden in Baneasa makes it too small for a modern zoo, it is still one of the last places in the country where children can meet wild animals, which sometimes are not even reluctant to interact with their visitors. The garden used to have […]

A traditional presence in the Cismigiu Garden, the swans have returned to enchant the visitors. Soon after it was created, the oldest park in Bucharest, over a century and a half ago, Cismigiu Garden was something close to a zoo garden. This tradition was stopped and the peacocks and swans […]

On certain occasions, such as the national day of Romania, The House of The People, or The Parliament Palace built by the communist dictator, Nicolae Ceaușescu in the capital Bucharest is fully opened to the public and cameras. Usually, tours for tourists exclude the greater rooms of the building as […]

The April NATO summit in Bucharest caused a bit of a media fuzz when a group of foreign anarchist protesters were brutally attacked by the police before staging a protest. The policemen confiscated some graffiti sprays and injured some of the teenagers. The day after, the anarchists organized a peaceful […]

A hundred thousand people witnessed the lighting of the tallest Christmas tree in Europe. The artificial tree is 76 m high (about the size of a 25 stores building). The lights decorating this tree weight 290 tons. The star on the tree top is 3.5 m high. The ceremony culminated […]

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