I found these pictures in my father archive. I suppose that the images are made in 1952 or 53. This is an 23rd o of august military parade (the national day in the Romanian communist era). The pictures are shoot in Saint Gheorghe Square (this is between Unirii and Universitate Square).
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Azi am ajuns prin cladirea Generali de la Buzesti – Polizu cu ceva treaba. Daca tot am trecut pe acolo si daca tot am urcat pana la etajul treisprezece, am decis ca merita sa fac o fotografie. Cei ce inca nu au vazut Bucurestiul din unghiul acesta, sunt invitati sa priveasca.
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I just found these images on the net. All the images are of what’s identified as “bomb fall plot” photos.
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For the fans of the old Bucharest only… :)
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The queue, this was the big philosophy of the Romanian communism. It was an ordinary thing for everybody to stand in a queue for something those days
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Again for those who know the Bucharest very well and are old enough to remember (this is not my case:)), this is the old Unirii Square with Hanul lui Manuc in the background and Unirii Market in the left.Â Continue reading “Unirii Square in 1967”
For those who know Bucharest well enough, this must be a very interesting picture. This is Sfanta Vineri Square with Sfanta Vineri Church (Holy Friday Church) on the left, demolished by the Romanian dictator Ceausescu in 19.06.1987 Continue reading “old bucharest view”
That is it! This is my first picture. It is of course nothing much, but I’ll always be happy to remember it. Continue reading “the first picture I have made…”