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REST in BUCAREST

2022-03-19 17:28

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REST in BUCAREST

REST in BUCAREST - In this city the sensuous curves of 19th century architecture meet the severe lines of Stalinist architecture.

 

 

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Bucarest has an interestng position, sitting on a passage from west to est.

Close enough to central Europe and to Russia end Turkey.

A complex history that is well visible through the architecture of the city:  art decò,  Neo-Romanian-style, and Socialist-era apartment blocks.

In this city the sensuous curves of 19th century architecture meet the severe lines of Stalinist architecture. 

They co-ehist trying to don't look at each other or in a resting feeling of tollerance?

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The Coandă effect (/ˈkwɑːndə/ or /ˈkwæ-/) is the tendency of a fluid jet to stay attached to a convex surface. It is named after Romanian inventor Henri Coandă, who described it as "the tendency of a jet of fluid emerging from an orifice to follow an adjacent flat or curved surface and to entrain fluid from the surroundings so that a region of lower pressure develops."

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Bucarest was to eyes a very stimouleting contrast of identities, ideas of what society should look like, 

Decadent buildings, comunist impressive buildings and art decò details flips your perception of what Romenia many times on the same street.

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Interesting is the way "blocks of abitable spaces " were posioned and developed around preexhisting buildings.

I was definitly impressed but apartment walls around spiritual and religious places. 

"Feel free to go. We just look up on you." it seems to scream.

 

To enter the church you had to walk under hundred of windows and the entrance was behind the buildings, hidden from the main road.

It was allowed to go. But would you go?

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The Bucharest Choral Synagogue.

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