September 22, 2018

Communist Bucharest, odds and ends

A philanthropic urban exploration contest

Maybe you have just arrived in Bucharest or you have already lived here for a while. You see this strange combination of styles in Bucharest and chances are you still don’t have a clear picture of this city’s evolution throughout regimes.

This is your opportunity to experience for yourself the odds and ends of a communist neighborhood: architectural evolution, glimpses of the communist lifestyle and the local atmosphere.

Get to know new exciting people, test your competitiveness, discover a new side of Bucharest and win cool prizes.

We invite you to be an urban explorer for one day, on June 30th or July 1st. The competition will start at 15h00. At the end of the day, we will find out the winners, share experience with the other explorers and chat with experts. The meeting point will be one of the nomenklatura houses (communist party’s elite, actually Ceausescu’s parents in law) in the exclusive Primăverii neighborhood. The chill evening air will be just perfect for stories, beers and lots of lemonade.

You’ll be part of a four-member team. You can either convince your friends to join you in the competition or you can join a team we form.

  • Participation fee 1 person: 90 EURO
  • Participation fee 2 persons: 160 EURO
  • Participation fee 3 persons: 225 EURO
  • Participation fee 4 persons: 260 EURO

Your participation in the urban exploration contest will help CeRe continue to provide its Permanent Advocacy Service. This is a free of charge program that helps citizens and NGOs wanting to solve problems of their communities. Just as an example, after working with a group in Favorit neighborhood, they convinced the Mayor to refurbish a park and not to spend 3 million EURO on statues.

CeRe is a non for profit organization that empowers citizens to have an active role in shaping their communities.

Access or and see how easy it is to join us.

Or you can just contact us at | 0745 352 842.

Source: CeRe

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  1. DaFlo says:

    Excellent initiative! Let’s rock this city!

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