From Adrian Yekkes, travel writer: Books, jazz and a touch of the Dada’s… bit more on Bucharest

This is the last article from the wonderful series dedicated to Bucharest, by Adrian Yekkes, a travel writer from London. I had the pleasure to show Adrian and his friend, in the course of three days at the end of August, representative samples of the architectural heritage of Romania’s capital. In this article he again makes references to architect and artist Marcel Iancu about whom he wrote extensively in a precedent post, bookshops, the old church architecture of this city and of course about its “furiously” emerging cafe and restaurant culture, after the dark decades of communist dictatorship.

Adrian’s thoroughly enjoying impressions and experiences can be read at this link: http://adrianyekkes.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/books-jazz-and-touch-of-dadas-bit-more.html

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