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    by Roxana Istudor

    BUCHAREST Devante Smith-Pelly Womens Jersey , Sept. 21 (Xinhua) -- The capital city of Romania, Bucharest, celebrated its 555 anniversary with dance, music, outdoor parties, exhibitions, theaters, concerts, fairs and comedy shows.

    For three days and late into the nights, Bucharesters joined in thousands the "Days of Bucharest," an ongoing festival prepared by the City Council.

    The events started on Friday, with the expected reopening of the Gabroveni Inn, an iconic building in the city center that is set to become the new cultural "heart" of Bucharest.

    The next day, the University Square was the site of a concert of alternative music, given by the most popular Romanian troupes of the moment.

    "It was a super show. I am glad I came. There are so many shows. I wish I could duplicate myself," said Raluca, who came from southern city of Craiova to enjoy the celebrations.

    A contemporary art installation was also unveiled and 22 artesian fountains were inaugurated, preparing the public for what was about to come on Saturday, the exact date of birth of the city.

    Indeed, a great show took place in the Constitution Square. The "Romanian Music Revolution" included different generations of artists who performed successful old songs or hits of the day.

    "Excellent show! It was a lovely evening!" said Diana.

    On the same evening, the facade of the Parliament Palace turned into a giant screen for the projection of the "iMapp Bucharest 555" multimedia show. It was the first time that the palace supported a video-mapping project involving a complex 3D image coming from 104 projectors that animated the building surface of 20,000 square meters by shapes and colors with magical effects.

    Another symbolic place for Bucharesters who celebrate their city is the Cismigiu Park, also part of this year's celebration. It hosted the "Bucharest Fair" that gathered together thousands of people of all generations watching craftsmen at work, tasting traditional Romanian food and enjoying performances by members of the national minorities and beloved artists.

    "I liked the food and the spindle," said five-year-old Luca, who had come with his parents and grandparents at the "Days of Bucharest."

    A vintage costumes parade and a "battle" with flowers, a tradition dating back to the 20th century, completed the celebrations.

    Another renowned Park, Izvor, was a site for those who wanted to taste sweet grapes and good wine and also for tourists eager to learn horse riding; among them, Zhang, a Chinese young man, was seeking to become a "professional."

    For three days in a row, the Eugen Carada and Lipscani Streets turned into an outdoor ring dance: Latino rhythms heated the atmosphere and dancers gave amateurs valuable lessons.

    The delighted public, including children, came forward to learn the passionate steps.

    Also for children, the "Brancoveanu Palaces" Cultural Center in Mogosoaia joined into the "Bucharest Days" celebration with workshops offered by plastic artists, a Formula 1 mini-circuit, interactive games with professional actors as partners. The palace court served as venue for theater shows and outdoor concerts.

    Over the years, Bucharesters came out in great numbers to celebrate their city.

    "I love this city because every year gives me art, shows, theaters, concerts, good books and new movies," said Paul.

    Bucharest has come a long way since the moment of its birth certificate, signed by Vlad the Impaler 555 years ago.

    Once called "the little Paris," the city stands today as an unique mixture of old and new. It is the most populated city of the country, the main cultural, artistic and media center with dozens of theaters, 35 universities and 60 research institutes, and the wealthiest city of Romania.

    Bådfender

    Har du en båd? Så vil du være helt fortrolig med båd fendere. Båd fender, ligesom Dan fender er uundværlige på en båd, som bådejer kan man ikke komme helt væk fra Dan fender. Det er en sikkerhedsanordning, der holder både skibe fra at blive ødelagt af friktion med mole eller under docking. Det typisk er der på siderne af et skib eller fastgjort til en kaj. Båd fendere tidligere brugt til at være svært at opretholde og et par af dem kom også i store størrelser og hæslige former. Ikke desto mindre ting har nu ikke det samme. Disse dage, kan premier fendere også fået på markedet har en oppustelig egenskab. Dette indebærer, at medens der ikke gøres brug af, de er i stand til at blive deflateret og lagt væk i små steder. De er i stand til nemt at kunne fast og også holdt upåklageligt samtidigt.

    Slitage sker i båd fendere

    Ja, ligesom masser af tilsatte ting, båd fendere tilfældigvis også underkastes slitage som følge af kontinuerlig banging med enorme skibe. Det er ikke usandsynligt, at med passerer tid, de vil vokse split og rive og begynde at sive i vand. Mulighederne for fastsættelsen marine fendere er mindre, hvis de helt er knust. Men hvis et minut lækage er det kræver at blive behandlet, er det i stand til at gøres uden problemer.

    Revner, der er små såvel som store og er store nok til at lække Ocean regntøj er i stand til at blive behandlet i tilfælde af en kende måder. Små revner kan fastsættes i tre enkle trin.

    Fastsættelse af en lille revne

    • For det første kræver båd fendere bliver vasket i spanking nye vand med mild opvask sæbe. Opblødning skal ske forsvarligt og så skal tørres korrekt.

    • Når det er gjort tager en urne og kombinere epoxyharpiks & hærder kollektivt i en smid-væk beholder. Typisk fire .

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