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Elena took us to Revolution Square, framed by a statue of King Carol I riding a horse. It’s actually the Memorial of Rebirth: erected in 2005 to commemorate the people’s sufferings during the 1989 Romanian Revolution.
Our guide showed us the exteriors of a few abandoned residences, which are a common sight around Bucharest.
A bit like the simit I had in Istanbul, this is a delicious fresh-baked bread topped with poppy or sesame seeds. (If anyone can decipher the name of the artist who made this Rick & Morty Romanian mural, please let me know in the comments. ) I was pleasantly surprised by Bucharest’s street art, which is colorful, edgy and well-executed.
Urban Adventures took us to this stretch of wall with panels by different artists. (All photography by Joey Wong.) Romanian street art gets an A from me.
Someone gave this creature an orange eyeshadow makeover. Such a great way to see Bucharest’s hip, underground culture — and with a group of fellow travel bloggers / journalists / vloggers.
Very grateful to Experience Bucharest for organizing this influencers press trip, which included three days of food, parties, tours and networking activities.
These gel nails were painted by hand, by owner Keiko Matsui.