Bucharest

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The barking became clearer, louder, closer. I was afraid to look back, to have to face one of my deepest, most child-like fears. There were four, maybe five. When I first walked in I saw some of them. Sad eyes, low tail and that limping implying that maybe they’d been hit by a car. Actually I remember noticing a...

Nicolae Ceausescu is the name of the man who ruled Romania with an iron fist from 1967 until his execution in 1989. A known megalomaniac with delusions of grandeur, this authoritarian dictator is known, among other (mostly horrendous) things, for being the mind behind the most ambitious urban change in the history of...

During my visit to Bucharest I could not help doing what has become somewhat of a tradition whenever I travel to countries that suffered the horrors of the Holocaust and went to visit the Jewish History Museum in Bucharest. This museum is located in the Unirea Templul Sfânta, an old synagogue built in 1850 that...

The Romanian capital is not, by any means, a symbol of a typical Eastern European charming town, and not many people dare to consider it a beautiful city. Unlike most, I am among those who think that Bucharest is not only beautiful but is also a very interesting city with tons of different things to do and see. So I...