i was expecting this place to be decorated with Christmas lights in late November, but alas, it was not.
It continued to be rather neglected and not too looked after, which is a pity, as it has such a great potential.
The huge building of the University was constructed by French architects more than 150 years ago. It hosts the Faculty of Mathematics, Geography and Geology, Foreign Languages, History, etc.. The University Square and the boulevards were imposed by Georges-Eugène Haussmann, commonly known as Baron Haussmann. He was the Prefect of the Seine Department in France and he reorganised also Paris....
We found this area after using the free tourist maps that the city supplies. The whole street is extremely grand surrounded by historic buildings and large statues. The university itself does not look to be in great condition and is covered in graffiti but if you take the time to look at the artwork it is really good and there...
It is on a very busy square, you can cross only by underpass. Unfortunately the University Building it not so shiny. As we learned this is the largest university in Romania, it is a pitty to see that the governemet don't spend enough money on it.
The traffic here always seems heavy but use the underground passages to cross the road. As like the rest of Bucharest there are interesting buildings. In the middle of the road there is a three cross memorial.
The National Theatre is on one corner and has an amazing sculpture outside.