1. Most Eastern European cities have pedestrian walkways that are underground. They are surprisingly safe, containing stalls where basic foodstuffs and home supplies can be bought.
2. This woman is bathing with fountain water. Located in the main square.
3. Example of the Soviet-style architecture. Locals hate it but I found buildings like this to be interesting.
4. Another example. Notice the concrete layering, as if it was a cake. Stalin was a big fan of this (take a look at the monstrosity he erected in Warsaw.)
5. This scene looks like something out of a dystopian movie. The circle could be a launch pad for alien spacecraft.
6. Pile of dirt located in front of a cinema, within sight of the main square.
7. Sidewalk is undergoing construction. Is it safe to cross?
8. This is the cube, located in the center of several popular bars and clubs. Apparently not that popular, because this was the scene on a weekend night. The nightlife here was sorely lacking.
9. The best part of the city was this park. Locals flocked here on the weekend. I approached many Romanian women around this area.
10. Ground level of the park, with view of the palace, forever under refurbishment.
11. People ask me how I make my money. Well now you know.
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