Public Art In Bucharest

Bucharest is the capital, cultural, industrial, and financial centre of Romania and lies on the banks of the Dambovita River.

During the communist years (1947–89) many of Bucharest's historical statues and memorials were destroyed to remove all reminders of Romania's past. Following the fall of communism some of those statues were recast or restored and erected once again.

Public Art in Bucharest

 Mihai Eminescu statue, Bucharest, public art , Gheorghe Anghel C.A.Rosetti statue, Bucharest, public art, W.Hegel Memorial of Rebirth, Bucharest, public art, Alandru Ghildus

     Mihai Eminescu statue          C.A. Rosetti statue             Memorial of Rebirth

Arcul de Triumf, Bucharest, public art King Carol I Monument, public art, Bucharest Mihail Kogalniceanu statue, public art, Bucharest

         Arcul de Triumf              King Carol I Monument        Mihail Kogalniceanu

 Sissy's Spring memorial, public art, Ion Dimitriu-Barlad, Bucharest French Heroes' Monument, public art, I. Jalea, Bucharest Here and Beyond sculpture, Bucharest, public art, Dorina Horatau

   Sissi's Spring Memorial      French Heroes' Monument        Here and Beyond

Ion Creanga bust, Bucharest, public art G.H. Cosbuc bust, public art, Bucharest Mihai Eminescu bust, public art, Bucharest

     Ion Creanga bust                   G.H. Cosbuc bust            Mihai Eminescu bust

Bucharest plane monument, public art, Romania

      Bucharest Plane Monument

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