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You can see where it was, but no sign to say where it is or whether it's coming back. We tried to recreate the scene ourselves, but it really wasn't the same. Neither of my friends were the right colour for a start.
This is the most beautiful and interesting statue I have ever seen. It is right on the edge of Bucharest old town, so make sure you stop by (when it is there) while around that area. When I first saw it, I couldn’t stop staring...More
Its not there! We spent some time trying to find this controversial statue only to discover it had been removed. Bearing in mind it has not been popular with Bucharest residents it remains to be seen if it will ever reappear or might end up...More
Strolling around at the Calea Victoriei I jumped in to this bizarre statue. The Statue of Trajan and the She-wolf is a statue by Vasile Gorduz located on the steps of the National Museum of Romanian History on Calea Victoriei in central Bucharest.
Walking around the Old Town, you are likely to encounter this statue on the steps of the National History Museum. It was fun to watch all the tourists trying to figure out what exactly they were looking at and taking pictures. Definitely worth a picture...More