Bucharest Days: concerts, theater shows, exhibitions…

The carnival of the children, theatrical performances, the concert of the artists Angela Gheorghiu and Vlad Mirita, the White Night of the Museums, a parade of the tramways, “La Sosea” flower battle, and exhibitions are only a few of the events organized starting Saturday, on the occasion of the anniversary of 550 years since Bucharest was first mentioned in writing. The events start on Saturday, at 10.00 h., with the Carnival of the Children, in Herastrau Park, and will take place every day of the next week, until 16.00 h., Mediafax informs. Saturday evening, in Constitution Square, at 20.30 h., there will be a show which will present “metaphorically, the genesis of Bucharest,” the event being organized in collaboration with ARCUB.

Also starting Saturday, the Romanian Literature Museum hosts a painting and graphics exhibition, while Galeria Municipiului Bucuresti presents an exhibition of paintings, interior decoration and photographic art. The first reference to Bucharest was made on September 20, 1459 in a document through which the prince Vlad Tepes confirmed a donation made to some small feudal lords.

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