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- Bucharest (UK: /ˌbuːkəˈrɛst/ BOO-kə-REST, US: /ˈbuːkərɛst/ -⁠rest; Romanian: București [bukuˈreʃtʲ] (listen)) is the capital and largest city of Romania...
- Fotbal Club FCSB (Romanian pronunciation: [fet͡ʃeseˌbe]), commonly known as FCSB, is a Romanian professional football club based in Bucharest. It has spent...
- Steaua or Steaua București may refer to: CSA Steaua București, a Romanian multi-sports club CSA Steaua București (football), the football team of the above...
- was. Literatorul. Studiu monografic, Bucarest, 1968 Revistele literare de la sjirsitul secolului al XlX-lea, Bucarest, 1972 Realismul in literatura romana...
- extraits pour servir à l'histoire des croisades au XVe siècle), published by Nicolas Jorga. Series 4: 1453–1476, Paris; Bucarest, 1915, pages 126–127...
- premiered 1898 in Bucarest; libretto by Dimitrie Ionescu-Zane Sănziana şi Pepelea, Musical Fairytale in 5 Acts (1899); premiered 1899 in Bucarest; libretto by...
- Sulejman Demollari (born 15 May 1964 in Tirana) also known as Sul Demollari is a retired football player and later coach for the Albania national football...
- Colombia establishing in his town, Envigado, to live in a finca he called "Bucarest Villa". There he started to publish the Antioquia Magazine until 1945....
- Romania opened in 1920 and was closed in 1949. The first "Lycée français de Bucarest" opened in 1940 and closed in 1949 due to actions from the Romanian government...
- Clubul Sportiv Muni****l București, commonly known as CSM București is a Romanian professional multi-sports club based in Bucharest. Active branches: Athletics...
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