Revolutionary Square is a very famous landmark in Bucharest. In the center of the square is a bronze statue of King Carol I of Romania riding a horse. Next to it is a sculpture called Olive on a toothpick. Infected with the red paint below, it implies the blood of revolutionary martyrs. It was here that Ceausescu fled in a hurry during the uprising revolution of 100,000 people in 1989, marking the beginning of the great changes in Eastern Europe.
A white wall brick was situated on the corner. Looking at it carefully, I still remember that there were some words to commemorate them. In front of a huge statue stood three bronze figures, making the square in memory of the fall of the government in 1989 more meaningful than a green space.