The 10 most popular Historic Houses of Romania articles in April 2011

  1. Art Deco Building Interior Elements
  2. The NEO-ROMANIAN ARCHITECTURAL STYLE: a brief guide on its origins and features
  3. Earthquake Events in Bucharest and Their Effect on Historic Houses
  4. Lilac leaf shaped Art Nouveau windows
  5. Psychedelic-like Design Art Deco Doorway
  6. Bucharest’s Art Deco glass canopies
  7. CASOTA CONAC: a magnificent Romanian period property with a great potential
  8. Bucharest mid-1930s Art Deco Style House
  9. Delicate Art Deco wrought iron patterns doorway
  10. The DOORWAYS of Bucharest – Part 1 (the Little Paris type)
Blog statistics outlines: for the month of April ’11, the readership, on both the English and Romanian versions of the site, was close to 14,000 unique visitors, of whom about 17% spent 5 min or more reading Historic Houses of Romania articles (actually 8% of the total, or more than 1,000 persons, from all over the world, spent more than one hour each reading this blog’s articles). The first four locations in term of visitor number, on the English version of the site, were from Nottingham (UK), Chicago (US), Wroclaw (Poland) and London (UK).
The global distribution of the Historic Houses of Romania blog readers on 30 April 2011
I would like thank all readers for the interest shown in my writings, photographs, videos and research on the subject of Romania’s period houses!
Valentin Mandache, expert in historic houses

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I endeavour through this series of periodic articles to inspire appreciation of the historic houses of Romania, a virtually undiscovered, but fascinating chapter of European architectural history and heritage.

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If you plan acquiring or selling a historic property in Romania or start a renovation project, I would be delighted to advice you in sourcing and transacting the property, specialist research, etc. To discuss your particular plan please see my contact details in the Contactpage of this weblog.

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