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There is nature everywhere. With plenty of sunny days, hectic traffic, Bucharest relies on its green areas to breathe. Fortunately, it boasts plenty of parks and gardens, including a botanical garden, an 80,000-hectare forest and a natural delta, the Văcărești Natural Park.
In some parts (like Calea Victoriei) you can see French influence on the buildings. In addition, the capital of Romania is also a cultural center of the country. ‘Paris of the East’ has its own Arc de Triomphe – built in 1935 to celebrate the reunification of Romania in 1918.

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