O plimbare medalistică de-a lungul unei vestite străti bucureştene - Calea Victoriei / A walk on the famous Calea Victoriei
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|Excerpt||The paper presents the medals issued for buildings and notables related with Calea Victoriei Street, the oldest street in Bucharest. The authors insist on certain buildings or notables for which medals were issued, in order to point out their importance for the history of Romania. There are presented some emblematic buildings for both Bucharest and Romania, as well as those who contributed for Romania modernization. Starting from Dâmboviţa River up to Victoriei Square there are presented some of the medals issued and related with these places: the medals of the “Dare la Semn” Society; the medals of Post and CEC Palaces issued by Dimitrescu sculptor; the medals of the National Bank of Romania dedicated to Carada which keep the image of the building; the medals with the image of Chrissoveloni Bank; the 75 years anniversary medal - Mauriciu Blank; the plaques issued for Mitiţă Constantinescu, one of the governors of the National Bank of Romania; Socec medal and plaque, the medals representing the University and the statues in front of it; the plaque of the Architecture School; Capşa medals; medals issued for “Tinerimea Română” Society; the medal of the National Theatre, Romanian Atheneum, “Carol I” University Foundation and Romanian Academy; the medal of the peace Treaty from 1913 and of the monument for King Ferdinand I, etc. There are also presented some moments related with the building history and the names of some important people.
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