Short escape from Bucharest – Mogoșoaia Palace

Among the last photos left to post from my last holiday, portray one beautiful place not too far from Bucharest. At around 10 km away from the city, you can find Mogoșoaia Palace – build between 1698 – 1702 by Constantin Brâncoveanu and later on after 1920 re-constructed by Martha Bibesco. The Palace is made in Romanian Renaissance style or Brâncovenesc style – a mixture of Venetian and Ottoman elements.

Hope to enjoy the view!

Note to myself: a wide-angle lens is a must!

Touristing in Bucharest

I’m more of a tourist nowadays in my hometown as whenever I get the time during my visits, I take the camera and stroll around the streets with curious eyes.  I’d say these wanderings complete my view of the city because I never saw its many details until now.

Here a few shots from the Old City Center, Carol Park, in and around University and Unirii Squares.

The entire set (ongoing updates) you can check it here.

Break over

An entire weekend spent for photo processing. I finished the series taken in August while holidaying in Spain. I remembered Barcelona with its architectural treasures, the sun and the waves, the silent Costa Brava in the early morning and the busyness of its streets at night.

Back in Vienna now. 🙂

And I counted exactly 3 months since the last photowalk. Break over. Camera on.

Till then:

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