On April 9, Earth from Space video programme featured Bucharest, the capital of Romania, on Copernicus Sentinel-2 satellite.
For those who don’t know, the Copernicus Sentinel-2 satellite is a fascinating project that aims to supply both coverage and data delivery desired by Europe’s Copernicus program. During this mission, the same area is often being revisited. Due to the high spatial resolution, all inland water body changes are closely monitored.
To give you a better understanding, the following image is displayed on Earth from the Space video program.
This time, the two satellites surprised images from Bucharest and compiled them in an eye-catching episode. Before you watch it, you should know that Bucharest is considered one of the most authentic European Capitals. In fact, centuries ago, Bucharest was known as “The Little Paris”, because of its resemblance to Paris. The Earth from Space video will illustrate exactly why.
Bucharest is located in the Southern part of Romania, with a population of 1.83 million citizens. The city is designed with a lot of boulevards, tiny streets, and main squares. Among them, there is Bulevardul Unirii, which leads to the Palace of Parliament. This building is the second-largest building in the world, after the Pentagon in the United States.
Bucharest is a colorful lively city, therefore you will not be surprised to find out that are a lot of lakes and green spaces. The most astonishing ones are Lake Herăstrău as well as Lake Cișmigiu. These are not the only ones though! Lake Văcărești, Tei, and Colentina can also be seen from the satellite.
If this caught your attention, you should definitely visit Bucharest. We guarantee you will have a great time! This will be your chance to see the top Bucharest attractions. We also recommend you to visit other places close to the Capital, which can be done in just a one-day trip from Bucharest. To make it easier for you, the Bucharest city app is now available on Google Play.