Cosmic Multicultural Bucharest in the Pandemic (132):
An Interesting Day
By Andrei Dorian Gheorghe (astro-photo-poem-essay) and Florin Alexandru Stancu (design)
November 4, 2020.
The sunrise promised an interesting day.
So I went to Central Bucharest to photograph lights and shadows on two Christian Orthodox churches:
-Saint Elias (founded in the 17 the century, remade in the 1740s; this church was lent to the Bulgarian community for a while, being nicknamed the Bulgarian church).
-Saint Nicolae (also founded in the 17th century, remade in 1702 in Brancovenesc style; this church was lent to the Albanian community for a while, being nicknamed the Albanian church).
Then I moved to Calvineum 2, a church made by the Hungarian Calvinist community in the 1930, very interesting for me because the traditional Christian cross was replaced by the Star of Jesus.
Finally I slowly returned home, under a sunset that promised a quiet night.