Initially, these apartment blocks started to be constructed in the 1960s, on relatively empty areas and fields good examples include Pajura, Drumul Taberei, Berceni and Titan , however with the 1970s, they mostly targeted peripheral neighbourhoods such as Colentina, Pantelimon, Militari and Rahova.
Nearby in Hobita, the birthplace of Constantin Brancusi, you can visit the house in which the sculptor spent his childhood; it now houses a small museum dedicated to the master.
The Botanical Garden, located in the neighbourhood a bit west of the city centre, is the largest of its kind in Romania and contains over 10,000 species of plants many of them exotic ; it originated as the pleasure park of the royal family.
The city is a centre for other Christian organizations in Romania, including the , established in 1883, and the , founded in 2014.
Nicolae Minovici Museum museum is home to the unique collection of folk art of Dr.
Cross the Dambovita again at the Izvor Bridge.
Zambaccian, contains works by well-known Romanian artists and international artists such as , , , , and.
The to Pitești, the to the Dobrogea region and Constanța and the to Ploiești all start from Bucharest.