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In Pictures 21 Apr 17

Bucharest Municipality Plans Façade Contest to Revamp the City

Bucharest City Hall will cut municipality taxes for residents who refurbish their properties in a bid to involve citizens in revamping areas of the Romanian capital.

Ana Maria Touma
BIRN
Bucharest
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Many century-old buildings that survived the 1980s demolitions during the Ceausescu regime are still looking for their place in the modern city’s architecture, as Bucharest has no long-term preservation and re-evaluation strategy and renovation relies on private projects.

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