Bucharest nightclub

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Graffiti Hotel nightclub Bucharest Romania
Graffiti Hotel
Strada Albac 25, București
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True Club nightclub Bucharest Romania
True Club
Strada Covaci 19, București
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Club Bamboo nightclub Bucharest Romania
Club Bamboo
Strada Tuzla 50, București
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Kristal Glam Club nightclub Bucharest Romania
Kristal Glam Club
Bulevardul Regina Elisabeta 34, București
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Jade Palace Salon Masaj Erotic nightclub Bucharest Romania
Jade Palace Salon Masaj Erotic
Calea Călărași 90, București
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Gaia Boutique Club nightclub Bucharest Romania
Gaia Boutique Club
Piața Presei Libere 1, București
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Tunes nightclub Bucharest Romania
Tunes
Strada Gabroveni 16, București
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Kulturhaus Bukarest nightclub Bucharest Romania
Kulturhaus Bukarest
Strada Sfânta Vineri 4, București
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Club Princess nightclub Bucharest Romania
Club Princess
Strada Sergent Constantin Ghercu 24, București
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Maraboo nightclub Bucharest Romania
Maraboo
Strada Blănari 12, București
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Fabrica Club nightclub Bucharest Romania
Fabrica Club
Strada 11 Iunie 50, București
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Club Maya nightclub Bucharest Romania
Club Maya
Calea Moșilor 138, București
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Salsa III nightclub Bucharest Romania
Salsa III
Strada Mihai Eminescu 89, București
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Club A nightclub Bucharest Romania
Club A
Subsol, Strada Blănari 14, București
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Blue Club nightclub Bucharest Romania
Blue Club
Complexul Studențesc Regie, Splaiul Independenței 290, București
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El Grande Comandante nightclub Bucharest Romania
El Grande Comandante
Strada Viitorului 26, București
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Tonka Soul Café nightclub Bucharest Romania
Tonka Soul Café
Strada Biserica Amzei 19, București
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Shift Pub nightclub Bucharest Romania
Shift Pub
Strada General Eremia Grigorescu 17, București
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Music Club Rio nightclub Bucharest Romania
Music Club Rio
Str. Baratiei, 31, Bucuresti-Sector 3, Bucuresti, 30195, București
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18 Lounge nightclub Bucharest Romania
18 Lounge
City Gate, South Tower, Etaj 18, Piața Presei Libere 3-5, București
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Nightclubs in Bucharest

Bucharest nightclub: Graffiti Hotel, True Club, Club Bamboo, Kristal Glam Club, Jade Palace Salon Masaj Erotic, Gaia Boutique Club, Tunes, Kulturhaus Bukarest, Club Princess, Maraboo, Fabrica Club, Club Maya, Salsa III, Club A, Blue Club, El Grande Comandante, Tonka Soul Café, Shift Pub, Music Club Rio, 18 Lounge

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Romania, formerly also spelled Roumania and Rumania, is a country located between Central Europe and Southeastern Europe, bordering the Black Sea. Romania shares a border with Hungary and Serbia to the west, Ukraine and Moldova to the northeast and east, and Bulgaria to the south. At 238391 km2, Romania is the ninth largest country of the European Union by area, and has the seventh largest population of the European Union with 20,121,641 people. Its capital and largest city is Bucharest – the sixth largest city in the EU. The United Principalities emerged when the territories of Moldavia and Wallachia were united under Prince Alexander Ioan Cuza in 1859. In 1866 Prince Karl of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen was called to the throne as the Ruling Prince of the Romanian Principate and in 1881 he was finally crowned as King Carol I, the first monarch of the Kingdom of Romania. Independence from the Ottoman Empire was declared on 9 May 1877, and was internationally recognised the following year. At the end of World War I, Transylvania, Bukovina and Bessarabia united with the Kingdom of Romania. Following the outbreak of World War II on 1 September 1939, the Kingdom of Romania under King Carol II officially adopted a position of neutrality. In summer 1940, a series of territorial disputes were resolved unfavorably to Romania, resulting in the loss of most of the territory gained in the wake of World War I. This caused the popularity of Romania's government to plummet. World War II gave cause to the rise of a military dictatorship in Romania under far-right Marshal Ion Antonescu, who chose to fight on the side of the Axis powers from 1941 to 1944 in order to regain the provinces. After his removal, Romania switched sides in 1944 and joined the Allies. By the end of the war, some formerly Romanian northeastern territories were occupied by the Soviet Union, with Red Army units stationed on Romanian soil. In 1947 Romania forcibly became a People's Republic and a member of the Warsaw Pact. In 1965 Nicolae Ceaușescu became General Secretary of the Romanian Workers' Party, and the harsh austerity measures, political repression, and cult of personality he implemented led to the Socialist Republic of Romania becoming the most Stalinist police state in the Eastern bloc. Eventually his authoritarian government was toppled in December 1989 during the Romanian Revolution. With the fall of the Iron Curtain, Romania began its transition towards democracy and a capitalist market economy. After a decade of post-revolution economic problems and living-standards decline, extensive reforms fostered economic recovery. As of 2010, Romania is an upper-middle income country with a high Human Development Index. Romania joined NATO on 29 March 2004, and the European Union on 1 January 2007. It is also a member of the Latin Union, Francophonie, OSCE, WTO, BSEC, United Nations, etc. Today, Romania is a unitary semi-presidential republic, in which the executive branch consists of the President and the Government.
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