Mar 152010

Versiune în română

Because yesterday’s photograph showed only the upper floor of a building, it didn’t give a good idea about the extent of the work that needs to be done to bring the houses in the Old Town to their former glory. Which is why I decided to post a few more photos taken on Franceză Street. The first one shows the house whose second floor was the subject of yesterday’s shot. It is really a pity that this houses are not renovated because I believe – and I’m surely not the only one to believe it – that this area has a lot of potential.

  5 Responses to “Tired houses, part 2”

  1. It must be wonderful to take a step inside, smelling, reading, listening to the many stories these buildings do have inside.
    Beautiful photography indeed. Please have a nice Tuesday and thank you for bringing closer this city and its inside.

  2. I love these photos of “tired” houses! So much character and history but sad to see them fall into poor repair! It would be fun to “explore” them with a flashlight….

  3. Wonderful and unique buildings–I hate to see this architecture abandoned. It’s so much more beautiful than the boring buildings we see today.

  4. I love the pictures. They’re sad, spooky and beautiful at the same time.
    I can’t wait to come to Bucharest this summer… I will actually go for a photoshoot in the Historic Centre.

  5. Luxus! I love it!

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