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15:39 Apr 5, 2005
Romanian to English translations [Non-PRO] Marketing - Geography
...or Victory street in this site below http://www.eurotravelling.net/romania/bucharest/bucharest_cu...
The original old town was situated on the small hills along the banks of the Dîmbovita. This area now contains the Patriarchate Church, the more modern Parliament Building, and the adjacent Union Square (Piata Unirii). To the north stretch the major boulevards--Victory Street (Calea Victoriei) and its extension, Kisselef Highway (Soseaua Kisselef)--laid out in the mid-19th century.
...or Victory Road in this website: http://www.rotraveler.com/regionguide/bucharest.php
The boulevards of Bucharest are cut from the North to the South and from the East to the West. but not very straight. The Victory Road is the vertebral column of Bucharest. The Victory Road! It's the axle of the wheel of this town. The Victory Road is the former Podul Mogosoaiei. Why this name? Because in 1692, ruler Constantin Brancoveanu built this wood floored road between his palace in Bucharest and his castle in Mogosoaia. Along this road there are very interesting building.