Bucharest marked its 553 years of documented existence with giant fireworks tuned to music, in the Constitution Square. The ending ceremony followed four days of street theater shows, during which some 20 groups with musicians, circus and theater artists made the capital of Romania more jolly for locals and tourists. […]

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 […]

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