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Bucharest

The Stories of the Armenian Neighborhood

Spatarului, Armeneasca, Donici, Toamnei or Franzelarilor streets are just some of the streets from Bucharest that hide some of the most interesting stories about the formation of the Armenian community in Bucharest. Join us to discover his story!

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The Stories of the Armenian Neighborhood
The Stories of the Armenian Neighborhood

Time and place

26 Feb 2022, 16:00 – 17:30 EET

Bucharest, Armenian Church

About event

The Armenian community of Bucharest has given important names for the history of the city, and not only.

 

Among the personalities with Armenian ancestry are: Spiru Haret, Theodor Aman, Krikor Zambaccian or Ana Aslan. They all relate, in one way or another, their name to the Armenian area of Bucharest.

 

The Armenian Neighborhood is an identity island of the city of Bucharest, which was born around the Armenian Church. An important monument for the city, it was built as a place of prayer that will survive over time. Then came the craft workshops, shops, cafes and everything related to the spirit and culture of the Armenians.

 

Join us to discover, leisurely, the stories of the Armenian Neighborhood and to walk on its quiet streets with the perfume of the past.

 

We will hear stories about Armenians in Bucharest, from past and more recent centuries, about their customs and traditions, we will see the oldest house in Bucharest and we still have a lot of stories to hear and things to discover.

 

 

What does the experience include?

  • Discover the beauty and story of the Armenian Quarter
  • Find out more about the Armenian community in Bucharest, which is one with important imprints in the history of the city
  • See what the oldest house in Bucharest looks like
  • You have a guided tour, in which your guide will tell you interesting things about the history of Armenians and the Armenian Quarter.

 

Price:

  • 45 RON / person

 

 

GENERAL DATA

 

Requirements for participants:

Cheerfulness

Comfortable shoes (the tour takes place on foot)

Wearing protective masks is mandatory throughout the experience

Keeping the social distance of 1.5 m from the other participants in the experience is mandatory

Last day for registration: February 25, 2022.

 

Date:

February 26, 2022

Start time: 16:00

Tour duration: one hour 30 minutes

Meeting point: in front of the Armenian Church, Bucharest

 

How it works:

All you have to do is select the experience and follow the necessary steps to reserve your place in the tour, followed by payment.

You will receive by email the registration confirmation and additional information on how you can take possession of it.

 

 

 

 

*All displayed images are for illustrative purposes only. The actual product may differ from the displayed images.

Tickets

  • The Stories of the Armenian Neighborhood

    The ticket includes a one-person guided tour for The Stories of the Armenian Neighborhood.

    RON 45.00
    Tax: TVA included

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