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ВведениеCotroceni Quarter

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  1. Информация о туре
  2. Информация о туре

    The tour through the Cotroceni Quarter includes stories about the inhabitants of the houses built in the middle of the interwar period, architectural accounts, stories about the mayors who influenced the development of the area and many memories of the life and manners in the Bucharest of the 1930s.

    Starting point: Biserica Sf. Elefterie Nou (St. Elefterie the New Churh)

    End point: intersection of Louis Pasteur and Dr. Clunet Streets

    The guided tours through the “Cotroceni Quarter” took place between the 8th and the 17th of June 2018, in the framework of the project “Cu bastonul prin București” (With the walking stick through Bucharest), co-financed by AFCN (The Administration of the National Cultural Fund of Romania). This audio version is part of the same stage of the project.

    Credits:

    Text: Andreea Apostu, Edmond Niculușcă, Alberto Groșescu & others
    Adaptation for the audio version: Maria Pascu
    Translation from the Romanian: Melker Epstein
    Voice: Alexandra Adam
    Recording and editing: DIUD studio
    Photos: Alberto Groșescu, where not specified otherwise

    List of references:

  3. 1 St. Elefterie the New Church / Biserica Sf. Elefterie Nou
  4. 2 The Development of the Cotroceni Quarter and the Mayor Pake Protopopescu
  5. 3 Tram 14 and Mircea Eliade
  6. 4 The first woman architect in Romania - I
  7. 5 The first woman architect in Romania - II
  8. 6 Changing mentalities in the interwar period: the emancipation of women
  9. 7 Changes in how women dress
  10. 8 The family and the neighbourhood in interwar Cotroceni - I
  11. 9 The family and the neighbourhood in interwar Cotroceni - II
  12. 10 “Houses of our lives” - Gabriel Liiceanu’s story
  13. 11 The house of Willy Pragher - a photographer in love with Bucharest - I
  14. 12 Art Deco - I
  1. Информация о туре

    The tour through the Cotroceni Quarter includes stories about the inhabitants of the houses built in the middle of the interwar period, architectural accounts, stories about the mayors who influenced the development of the area and many memories of the life and manners in the Bucharest of the 1930s.

    Starting point: Biserica Sf. Elefterie Nou (St. Elefterie the New Churh)

    End point: intersection of Louis Pasteur and Dr. Clunet Streets

    The guided tours through the “Cotroceni Quarter” took place between the 8th and the 17th of June 2018, in the framework of the project “Cu bastonul prin București” (With the walking stick through Bucharest), co-financed by AFCN (The Administration of the National Cultural Fund of Romania). This audio version is part of the same stage of the project.

    Credits:

    Text: Andreea Apostu, Edmond Niculușcă, Alberto Groșescu & others
    Adaptation for the audio version: Maria Pascu
    Translation from the Romanian: Melker Epstein
    Voice: Alexandra Adam
    Recording and editing: DIUD studio
    Photos: Alberto Groșescu, where not specified otherwise

    List of references:

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