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June 13, 2021

Wall collapses in Lipscani Street

The wall separating two heritage buildings in Lipscani Street, one owned by the Romanian Patriarchy, one by private persons, collapsed on Sunday, Bucharest Deputy Mayor Marcel Nicolaescu told Mediafax. The wall that separated two Lipscani properties at number 72 and 74 collapsed in the first part of the day. Bucharest Local Police went to the area and restricted pedestrian traffic in the area of the building. Both buildings are listed, in an advance state of dilapidation and not inhabited.

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