Введение

ВведениеThe Bucharest of the mahalas

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  1. Информация о туре
  2. Информация о туре

    The tour “The Bucharest of the mahalas” goes along surprising and at the same time alarming landscapes from the center of the Capital, passing through the former mahalas (traditional city district mostly inhabited by craftsmen and tradesmen, from Arabic محلة mähallä through Turkish mahalle) which have become a part of the modern nucleus of the city: Lipscani, Sf. Gheorghe, Colței, Stelea Spătaru and Moșilor. These areas full of architectural, cultural, and historical identity are presently considered conservation areas, but their bad state of disrepair contradicts their legal status. We invite you to traverse them at a slow pace, listening to a selection of atmospheric stories from the interwar journals, as well as to the history of the emblematic buildings and of the men and women who contributed to the formation of Bucharest.

    The guided tours through “the Bucharest of the mahalas” took place between the 13th and the 15th of April, within the framework of the project “With the walking stick through Bucharest”, co-financed by AFCN - The Administration of the National Cultural Fund of Romania. This audio version of the tour is a 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 The shoppers on Lipscani
  4. 2 Introduction / Lipscani Street - the Capitoline Wolf Statue
  5. 3 The history of commerce on Strada Lipscani (Lipscani street) - I
  6. 4 The history of commerce on Strada Lipscani (Lipscani street) - II
  7. 5 The mahalas and the conservation areas
  8. 6 Saint George the New Church
  9. 7 The square and mahala Sf. Gheorghe
  10. 8 The Great Fire
  11. 9 Reconstruction after the Great Fire - the first systematization of Bucharest
  12. 10 The mahala Colței
  13. 11 The modernization of the mahalas
  14. 12 The Răzvan Church
  1. Информация о туре

    The tour “The Bucharest of the mahalas” goes along surprising and at the same time alarming landscapes from the center of the Capital, passing through the former mahalas (traditional city district mostly inhabited by craftsmen and tradesmen, from Arabic محلة mähallä through Turkish mahalle) which have become a part of the modern nucleus of the city: Lipscani, Sf. Gheorghe, Colței, Stelea Spătaru and Moșilor. These areas full of architectural, cultural, and historical identity are presently considered conservation areas, but their bad state of disrepair contradicts their legal status. We invite you to traverse them at a slow pace, listening to a selection of atmospheric stories from the interwar journals, as well as to the history of the emblematic buildings and of the men and women who contributed to the formation of Bucharest.

    The guided tours through “the Bucharest of the mahalas” took place between the 13th and the 15th of April, within the framework of the project “With the walking stick through Bucharest”, co-financed by AFCN - The Administration of the National Cultural Fund of Romania. This audio version of the tour is a 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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