Sunday, March 10, 2013

Bucharest - The Little Paris




























"Bucharest is a creation of our own nation, it expresses our originality, it is what were able to do(...)   By its own vitality, Bucharest has managed to impose itself as a unique Capital, that had received all the attentive care of some great personalities we have not fully understood, to show then the gratitude they deserved"  


Nicolae Iorga  "The History of Bucharest", 1939
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17 comments:

Joop Zand said...

Must be a nice city.....your pictures are very good....thanks for this post.

Greetings, Joop

pandhora said...

incantatoare imagini ai ales...
Bucurestiul nostru merita sa se reintoarca la sintagma "Micul Paris"...

ayala said...

Beautiful!

ayala said...

Beautiful!

Fram Actual said...

I have visited "The Big Paris" and drifted on the Seine and even been introduced there to a young lady with a wonderful smile named Mona Lisa, but I do not think life would be complete until I have traveled to "The Little Paris" and drifted on the Dambovita and met a young lady with a smile as marvelous as that of Mona Lisa.

Thank you, for the photographic excursion within your city, Daliana. Your photos of Bucharest are splendid in technical quality and visual appeal alike. I could spend hours at these sidewalk cafes watching the Romanian world pass by ....

Roger Gauthier said...

I see what you mean by "Little Paris". It seems to have the same kind of ambiance, a great city with a human dimension, and a very special architecture.

Thank you for this photo visit, Daliana, you are a great photographer.

T@PoppyPlacePdx said...

It look so amazing :)

I really miss living in Europe.

I will have to put that on my "Bucket List" to visit :)

Have a lovely day, cheers, T. :)

Tone said...

What a beautiful place and town! And you have captured it so nice. I really would like to go there.

Liviu Bimbea said...

Şi în Bucureşti se mai găsesc lucruri faine.
Să ai o zi liniştită.

CARMEN said...

Daliana draga, pe blogul tau orice lucru - poate fara insemnatate, capata o frumusete deosebita. Esti un talent iesit din comun!
Multumsc pentru frumusetea pe care ne-o prezinti! :-)

kristi said...

A fost...cu timpul se transformă...numai arhitecții știu în ce!

Spunsieu said...

Daca stii ce sa pozezi, Bucurestiul poate fi surprinzator de frumos!

Elly Weiss said...

Superbe foto! Una dintre ele...o am si eu...aproape identica, din acelasi unghi. Acum cateva zile le-am facut intr-o sesiune fotografica prin Centrul Vechi. Inca nu le-am postat :)
O noapte buna sa ai!

Andreea B said...

Prin lentila se vede un alt Bucuresti :)

Stan said...

Thank you so much for this posting!! Little Paris seems an apt name for a city that is virtually unknown in the West.

Traveling Hawk said...

O invitatie frumoasa, intr-un Bucuresti in care n-am fost de multa vreme, observ:)

Revina said...

mii atit de dor de Bucuresti,pozele ma fac sa patrund acolo inca odata...