Cişmigiu Garden

Posted by Lakshi Pathberiya

Bucharest

 Bucharesters traditionally seek refuge in the city’s parks during the scorching summer months. Cismigiu is one of the city’s oldest gardens and a traditional meeting place for students, lovers and chess players. It boasts an artificial lake, a skating rink in winter, winding paths, a panoply of trees and shrubs and a memorial commemorating French soldiers killed in the city during World War I. It also appears in short stories written by Caragiale.

Opening hours: Always open

Entrance Fee: Free

Sources: http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/13594-5-free-things-to-do-in-bucharest-romanias-capital-photos/ https://www.facebook.com/cismigiuparc/info?tab=page_info

http://www.lonelyplanet.com/romania/bucharest/sights/parks-gardens/cismigiu-garden

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