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Bucharest, the ugliest capital city in the EU
27.06.2011, 18:55 | Travel | 886 views



Streets filled up with garbage, garbage blocks on main roads, lack of hot running water, lack of sewages – this is how Bucharest looks like according to VerticalNews.com quoted by Tourism-review.com. Bucharest was voted the ugliest EU city capital. There are no paved streets, drinking tap water, sewages and in some places in Bucharest it feels like the Middle Ages. There are houses with clean tap water but they have no sewage.

Citizens would take a bath but afterwards they would have to carry the dirty water back to the closest sewer. Those without drinkable tap water carry it from fountains. According to Tyden.cz, sanitary authorities took samples across 60 fountains in 2007 and the results have been alarming.

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