Autumn is around the corner in Bucharest

It seems that the autumn is not far away from Bucharest now, as I was able to discern during the architectural history and photography tour yesterday in Calea Calarasi area. Bellow is a sample of images, which I hope would convey that wonderful feeling of autumnal peace to you, dear readers. Calea Calarasi, although is within walking distance from the centre of Bucharest, the sixth largest city of the European Union, it retains in many aspects a semi-rural character, typical of this part of south east Europe, which makes it delightfully picturesque, as is testified by the bucolic scenes, announcing the harvest season, presented in these photographs.

Valentin Mandache, expert in Romania’s historic houses

Wine grapes in the morning sun on 28 August '11, Calea Calarasi area, Bucharest (©Valentin Mandache)

Flowers in the late morning sun of 28 August '11, Calea Calarasi area, Bucharest (©Valentin Mandache)

"Semi-rural" scene in Calea Calarasi area, not far from the centre of Bucharest, in the strong and clear morning light on 28 August '11 (©Valentin Mandache)

Autumn is around the corner in Bucharest, cat on the steps of a derelict Neo-Romanian style house in Calea Calarasi area (©Valentin Mandache)

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I endeavour through this series of periodic articles to inspire appreciation of the historic houses of Romania, a virtually undiscovered, but fascinating chapter of European architectural history and heritage.

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