Strolling through Bucharest with a cane

The Romanian Association for Culture, Education and Normality (ARCEN) launched, on Saturday, the project “Strolling through Bucharest with a cane”, meant to raise awareness of the Capital’s cultural heritage, Agerpres informs.

The project is part of a campaign launched under the slogan “Discover the city step by step!” and manifestations will take place every Saturday at 11:00 and every Sunday at 17:00.

The project will feature a two-hour guided tour of Bucharest, starting from the Romanian Athenaeum and having as its endpoint Manuc’s Inn.

Organizers will get participants acquainted with the history of sites and buildings in the area.

The tour will include the Revolution Square, the Royal Palace, the Central University Library, the Ministry of Internal Affairs headquarters – the former Romanian Communist Party’s Central Committee headquarters, the Kretulescu Church, the Continental and Novotel Hotel area, the Odeon Theatre square, the Central Home of the Army, the Academiei Street, the National Bank of Romania, the juncture between Lipscani and Smardan Street, the Stavreopoleos Church, Carul cu Bere, the Romanian National History Museum, the Franceza Street, the Dumitru-Posta Church, the Old Princely Court and Manuc’s Inn.

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