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The Irish Times. Retrieved 14 Apryle Retrieved 12 Februar In Romanian , the word stem bucurie means 'joy' 'happiness' ,  and it is believed to be of Dacian origin ,  hence the city Bucharest means 'city of joy'.
In , Austrian historian Franz Sulzer claimed that it was related to bucurie joy , bucuros joyful , or a se bucura to be joyful , while an early 19th-century book published in Vienna assumed its name to be derived from 'Bukovie', a beech forest.
Bucharest's history alternated periods of development and decline from the early settlements in antiquity until its consolidation as the national capital of Romania late in the 19th century.
The Ottomans appointed Greek administrators Phanariotes to run the town from the 18th century. A short-lived revolt initiated by Tudor Vladimirescu in led to the end of the rule of Constantinople Greeks in Bucharest.
The Old Princely Court Curtea Veche was erected by Mircea Ciobanul in the midth century. Under subsequent rulers, Bucharest was established as the summer residence of the royal court.
Partly destroyed by natural disasters and rebuilt several times during the following years, and hit by Caragea's plague in —14, the city was wrested from Ottoman control and occupied at several intervals by the Habsburg Monarchy , , and Imperial Russia three times between and It was placed under Russian administration between and the Crimean War , with an interlude during the Bucharest-centred Wallachian revolution.
Later, an Austrian garrison took possession after the Russian departure remaining in the city until March On 23 March , a fire consumed about 2, buildings, destroying a third of the city.
In , after Wallachia and Moldavia were united to form the Principality of Romania , Bucharest became the new nation's capital city.
In , it became the political centre of the newly proclaimed Kingdom of Romania under King Carol I. During the second half of the 19th century, the city's population increased dramatically, and a new period of urban development began.
During this period, gas lighting , horse-drawn trams , and limited electrification were introduced. After World War I, Bucharest became the capital of Greater Romania.
In the interwar years, Bucharest's urban development continued, with the city gaining an average of 30, new residents each year. Also, some of the city's main landmarks were built in this period, including Arcul de Triumf and Palatul Telefoanelor.
In January , the city was the scene of the Legionnaires' rebellion and Bucharest pogrom. As the capital of an Axis country and a major transit point for Axis troops en route to the Eastern Front , Bucharest suffered heavy damage during World War II due to Allied bombings.
On 23 August , Bucharest was the site of the royal coup which brought Romania into the Allied camp. The city suffered a short period of Nazi Luftwaffe bombings, as well as a failed attempt by German troops to regain the city.
After the establishment of communism in Romania , the city continued growing. New districts were constructed, most of them dominated by tower blocks.
Dissatisfied with the postrevolutionary leadership of the National Salvation Front , some student leagues and opposition groups organised anti-Communist rallies in early , which caused the political change.
Since , the city has been continuously modernised. Residential and commercial developments are underway, particularly in the northern districts; Bucharest's old historic centre is being restored.
In , Bucharest experienced drama, 64 people were killed in the Colectiv nightclub fire. Later the Romanian capital saw the — Romanian protests against the judicial reforms.
These gardens have a rich history, having been frequented by poets and writers. Opened in and based on the plans of German architect Carl F. Meyer, the gardens are the main recreational facility in the city centre.
Grigore Antipa Museum is also near in the Victoriei Square. Tineretului Park was created in and designed as the main recreational space for southern Bucharest.
It contains a Mini Town which is a play area for kids. The Botanical Garden, located in the Cotroceni neighbourhood a bit west of the city centre, is the largest of its kind in Romania and contains over 10, species of plants many of them exotic ; it originated as the pleasure park of the royal family.
Over hectares, including 90 hectares of water, host 97 species of birds, half of them protected by law, and at least seven species of mammals.
After demolishing the houses and building the concrete basin, the plan was abandoned following the revolution.
The redevelopment deal failed,  and over the following years, the green space grew into a unique habitat. As with many cities, Bucharest is traditionally considered to be built upon seven hills, similar to the seven hills of Rome.
The altitude varies from The milestone for Romania's Kilometre Zero is placed just south of University Square in front of the New St. Until recently, the regions surrounding Bucharest were largely rural, but after , suburbs started to be built around Bucharest, in the surrounding Ilfov County.
Further urban consolidation is expected to take place in the late s, when the 'Bucharest Metropolitan Area' plan will become operational, incorporating additional communes and cities from the Ilfov and other neighbouring counties.
Owing to its position on the Romanian Plain, the city's winters can get windy, though some of the winds are mitigated due to urbanisation. Although average precipitation and humidity during summer are low, occasional heavy storms occur.
Bucharest has a unique status in Romanian administration, since it is the only municipal area that is not part of a county. The Bucharest-Ilfov development region is not, however, an administrative entity yet.
The city government is headed by a general mayor Primar General. Decisions are approved and discussed by the capital's General Council Consiliu General made up of 55 elected councilors.
Furthermore, the city is divided into six administrative sectors sectoare , each of which has its own seat sectoral council, town hall, and mayor.
The powers of the local government over a certain area are, therefore, shared both by the Bucharest municipality and the local sectoral councils with little or no overlapping of authority.
The general rule is that the main capital municipality is responsible for citywide utilities such as the water and sewage system, the overall transport system, and the main boulevards, while sectoral town halls manage the contact between individuals and the local government, secondary streets and parks maintenance, schools administration, and cleaning services.
The six sectors are numbered from one to six and are disposed radially so that each one has under its administration a certain area of the city centre.
They are numbered clockwise and are further divided into sectoral quarters cartiere which are not part of the official administrative division:.
Like all other local councils in Romania, the Bucharest sectoral councils, the capital's general council , and the mayors are elected every four years by the population.
Additionally, Bucharest has a prefect , who is appointed by Romania's national government. The prefect is not allowed to be a member of a political party and his role is to represent the national government at the municipal level.
The prefect is acting as a liaison official facilitating the implementation of national development plans and governing programs at local level.
The prefect of Bucharest as of is Traian Berbeceanu. The city's general council has the following political composition, based on the results of the local elections :.
Bucharest's judicial system is similar to that of the Romanian counties. Bucharest is also home to Romania's supreme court, the High Court of Cassation and Justice , as well as to the Constitutional Court of Romania.
Bucharest also houses the general inspectorates of the Gendarmerie and the national police. Petty crime, however, is more common, particularly in the form of pickpocketing , which occurs mainly on the city's public transport network.
Confidence tricks were common in the s, especially in regards to tourists, but the frequency of these incidents has since declined. However, in general, theft was reduced by Although the presence of street children was a problem in Bucharest in the s, their numbers have declined in recent years, now lying at or below the average of major European capital cities.
As stated by the Mercer international surveys for quality of life in cities around the world, Bucharest occupied the 94th place in  and slipped lower, to the th place in and the th place in Compared to it, Vienna occupied number one worldwide in and Mercer Human Resource Consulting issues yearly a global ranking of the world's most livable cities based on 39 key quality-of-life issues.
Among them: political stability, currency-exchange regulations, political and media censorship, school quality, housing, the environment, and public safety.
Mercer collects data worldwide, in cities. The difficult situation of the quality of life in Bucharest is confirmed also by a vast urbanism study, done by the Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism.
In , Bucharest's urban situation was described as 'critical' by a Romanian Order of Architects OAR report that criticised the city's weak, incoherent and arbitrary public management policies, its elected officials' lack of transparency and public engagement, as well as its inadequate and unsustainable use of essential urban resources.
Although many neighbourhoods, particularly in the southern part of the city, lack sufficient green space, being formed of cramped high density block of flats, Bucharest also has many parks.
As per the census , 1,, inhabitants lived within the city limits, a decrease from the figure recorded at the census. In a study published by the United Nations, Bucharest placed 19th in among 28 cities that recorded sharp declines in population from to the mids.
In particular, the population fell by 3. The city's population, according to the census, was 1,, inhabitants,  or 8. A significant number of people commute to the city every day, mostly from the surrounding Ilfov County, but official statistics regarding their numbers do not exist.
However, this also depends on the part of the city: the southern boroughs have a higher density than the northern ones.
Of the European Union country capital-cities, only Paris and Athens have a higher population density see List of European Union cities proper by population density.
About A relatively small number of Bucharesters are also the Greeks , Armenians , Bulgarians , Albanians , Poles , French , Arabs , Africans including the Afro-Romanians , Vietnamese , Filipinos , Nepalis , Afghans Sri Lankans , Bangladeshis , Pakistanis , and the Indians.
In terms of religious affiliation, In January , Bucharest had an unemployment rate of 2. Bucharest's economy is centred on industry and services , with services particularly growing in importance in the last 10 years.
The headquarters of , firms, including nearly all large Romanian companies, are located in Bucharest. Bucharest is also Romania's largest centre for information technology and communications and is home to several software companies operating offshore delivery centres.
Romania's largest stock exchange, the Bucharest Stock Exchange , which was merged in December with the Bucharest-based electronic stock exchange Rasdaq , plays a major role in the city's economy.
International supermarket chains such as Kaufland , Lidl , Metro , Selgros , Penny Market , Carrefour , Auchan , Cora , Profi , and Mega Image are all operating in Bucharest.
The city is undergoing a retail boom. Bucharest hosts luxury brands such as Armani, Versace, Ralph Lauren, Dior, Prada, Chanel, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, and Gucci.
Bucharest has over 20 malls as of It corporations Amazon , Microsoft , Oracle Corporation , or IBM are all present in the Romanian capital.
Business skyscrapers in Pipera , including Nusco Tower Oracle headquarters. Amazon operates office space in the Globalworth Tower. Bucharest in crossed by two major international routes: Pan-European transport corridor IV and IX.
Bucharest's public transport system is the largest in Romania and one of the largest in Europe. In addition, a private minibus system operates there.
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