Jan 31, 2010


Traffic policeman in Avram Iancu square.

Jan 30, 2010

Children playground

Children playground in front of apartment blocks in Manastur neighborhood.

Jan 28, 2010

Park birds poster

The species of birds you are likely to see in Central Park (hopefully spring will bring them back soon...)

Jan 27, 2010

Food court

Jungle-themed food court in Polus Center mall.

Jan 25, 2010

Playing guitar

Poor man playing guitar.

Jan 24, 2010

Jan 23, 2010

Cinema Dacia

Former Dacia cinema in really bad shape.

Jan 22, 2010

Snow and the city

After some spring-like days the snow stroke again the city.

Jan 20, 2010


Stray dog drinking melted snow in Central Park.

Jan 19, 2010


Mural depicting the city of Cluj, on the wall of Bulgakov Cafe patio. Besides this serene medieval representation you can read some historical names of the city and a reference to its largely known status of capital city of Transylvania.

Jan 18, 2010

Stone circles

Stone circles at the city entrance.

Jan 17, 2010

DJ Food

DJ Food spinned last night at Club Midi.

Jan 13, 2010

Mihai Viteazu

Equestrian statue of Mihai Viteazu/Michael The Brave.

Jan 12, 2010


Picnic area in Central Park.

Jan 10, 2010


Japanese teahouse wall.

Jan 9, 2010

Multi-deck parking

Multi-deck parking under construction in Manastur neighborhood.

Jan 8, 2010

Orange building

Tree and letters against an orange building.

Jan 6, 2010

Winter season

This was a common scene in Union Square this winter season: colorful lights, heavy snow, open air spectacles and iceskating, and a lot of people gathering there. Now the school vacation is over and the municipality is going to turn off the lights soon.

Jan 5, 2010

Jan 4, 2010

Parking at Cora

Parking at Cora hypermarket.

Jan 3, 2010

Snowy intersection

Intersection in Marasti neighborhood.

Jan 2, 2010

Chios palace

Chios casino and restaurant beside the frozen lake.

Jan 1, 2010

Carol singers

In this picture, taken on the last days of 2009, a group of young colindatori (carol singers) have a photo session in a busy snowy intersection, before going to a school winter celebration. Even if not wearing these folk costumes, small groups of colindatori knock on the doors through the city's neighborhoods to sing their carols from Christmas Eve to January 1.