Odeon Theatre, one of the most representative theaters in Bucharest, was founded in 1946 as the Theatre for Workers CFR Giulesti. The Majestic Hall was inaugurated in 1974. This is one of the finest theaters in Bucharest and one of Europe with a sliding ceiling.
In 1990 the Giulesti Theatre changed its name into Odeon Theatre. It is a repertory theater, with a stable team of 42 actors, two directors and two designers. It has a scene a 'italienne and a capacity of the hall with 300 seats. Over time it has participated in numerous tours and international festivals in the UK with the play Richard III by Shakespeare, directed by Michael Măniuţiu (1994), in Bratislava, Slovakia to show Barber of Seville by Beaumarchais, directed by Dinu Cernescu (1996), in Oldenburg, Germany (1996) The Gypsy, directed by Alexander Hausvater, Berlin (1999) and Hanover (2000) with the performance Saragosa - 66 days after Jan Potocki, directed by Alexandru Dabija (1999), Cairo, Egypt, with Theatre workshop by Peter Tutea, directed by Dragos Galgotiu in Berlin by Sebastian Barry brothers play directed by Alexandru Dabija (2001), in Canada with the performance Cumetrele by Michel Tremblay, directed by Petre Bokor (2001).
In 2003, “ Why the Child is boiling in polenta” by Aglaja Veteranyi , directed by Radu Afrim, attended the Journees Theatrales of Carthage, in Tunisia, and in 2004 at the Biennale in Wiesbaden, Germany. In 2006, joi.megaJoy was presented in Hungary, Budapest and Debrecen, and the Portrait of Dorian Gray in Brussels, Belgium. In 2007, a mass tango was invited to Jerusalem, at the International Fair of Books.
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Located on the river Dymbovitsa, Bucharest is situated in the south-eastern Romania.
The surroundings of the city are unusually picturesque.
In addition to the rivers, the capital of Romania is in the northern part of the frames of the chain of lakes and in the center of the city there is an artificial lake Cismigiu.
It is surrounded by manicured parks and gardens.
Interestingly, Bucharest, like Rome, is built on seven hills.
Probably because of the hills, the altitude area of Bucharest, which is about 226 km, ranges from 55.
8 to 91.
The capital of Romania is home to more than 2 million inhabitants and 9% of all are Romanians.
Before the Second World War the city was built in the style of bozar as its boulevards reminded Paris.
If is Bucharest a modern city, let its residents and tourists decide, but the fact that the architecture of this city is beautiful and unique is an indisputable fact.
In Bucharest there are a lot of interesting sights and only some of the most famous will be described here.
A popular tourist destination is the set of the Prince's Palace (Curtea Domneasca).
This is the old center of Bucharest, you can see the oldest building in Bucharest and the princely church.
Generally, in Bucharest, you can see the whole chain of Orthodox churches of the XVII-XVIII centuries, each in its own way beautiful.
Among the monuments and statues that adorn the city, the most famous equestrian statue of Michael the Brave and the governor Mioritsa Fountain, tells the touching legend of the same lamb.
Having been in Romania, do not forget to visit the Palace and the Palace of the Parliament Kretulesku, as well as the Romanian Athenaeum , in a building where the Philharmonic is now.
The most famous theater in Bucharest is the National Theatre, comedy, opera and ballet.
The most popular Romanian museums, of course, are located in Bucharest.
This is the Museum of Art, the Museum of the village, the largest museum in the world and the Museum of History of Romania.
Bucharest can be beautiful and attractive to visit if you know its true treasures.
Ignore congestion and you will find a cosmopolitan city, with numerous museums, beautiful buildings, luxury shops and parks filled with greenery.