Romania Is Full Of Opportunity

January 2, 2012   Filed under Hotel

Bucharest Romania is a city with a long and engaging history. It has seen occupation, invasion, renewal and decline. Regardless of its size relative to other Romanian cities and its well-documented history it only became the capital of the country towards the end of the nineteenth century.

Wallachia and Moldavia were united in 1861. Bucharest became the capital city of a kingdom and entered a period of style. Fine buildings were erected a number of them in the type of Paris. High culture prevailed and the city became known as ‘the Paris of the East ‘ so admired was it for its culture and refinement.

The city stands on the banks of the Dambovita Stream which was prone to flooding. Water tended to attack the city as did shifting tides of humanity. The brook was channeled in 1883 and this made the city a stable environment, which may be developed.

Europe suffered by the hands of power mongers in the twentieth century and the people of Bucharest were worried together with other Continentals. In the First World War it was occupied by the Germans. There was a very short period of wealth between the two world wars but the second World War was bad for Romania. First it was one of the Axis powers, then taken over by the Allies and was bombed twice in the course of the changes.

The second World War finished with many east Europe countries falling prey to political ideologues who feathered their nests at the cost of their fellow citizens. Nicolae Ceausescue was Romania’s candidate for puppet dictator and he managed to do a good deal of damage and then was badgered out in 1989. By that time he had destroyed many historical and pretty buildings replacing them with commie style tower, blocks and iron monuments to communism.

In historical terms, Stalin’s annexation of East EU states was transitive. Commie dictators were ousted and numerous political movements began to explore the outlook for liberty and development. In the capital new suburbs started to grow, expanding the metropolitan areas around the city.

Bucharest covers more than 200 square kilometers of what had previously been forest. Like Rome it has seven hills but is low lying for the most part. Urban growth is still taking place as new suburbs grow round the consequential city center. The population is more than two million folk.

This well watered city has many lakes and gardens dispersed across it. There are flower gardens and museums the most famous being those which have been established round the artificial Lake Cismigui. Restoration work is being carried out to restore much of the city’s significant covers and architectural features.

In 2006 Romania changed into a member of the EU economic community. Although the Euro dollar sector faces many threats in 2011 membership of the Union has had benefits for Bucharest Romania. Retail outlets have expanded as capital from world firms has flooded into the city and real estate has appreciated. Economic opportunities accompany a better quality of life. The undeniable fact that the enhancements have started from a low base means that there is room for growth so good commercial opportunities exist for backers.

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