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Carlton Bloc

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Status  Demolished
Demolished  1940
Floor count  14
Opened  1932
Destruction date  10 November 1940
Estimated completion  1932
Location  Bucharest, Romania
Roof  47 m (154 ft)
Height  47 m
Floors  14
Destroyed by  Earthquake
Carlton Bloc Ramasitele blocului Carlton Muzeul de Fotografie
Similar  Turnul ColÈ›ei, Palace of the Parliament, Bucharest Telephone Palace, Palace of Justice - Bucharest, InterContinental Bucharest

Carlton Bloc (Romanian: Blocul Carlton) was a residential bloc located in Bucharest, Romania. Having a height of 47 metres (154 ft) it was among the tall buildings of the capital until it was destroyed by the November 10, 1940 earthquake. It was the tallest bloc in Bucharest between 1932 and 1934.

Carlton Bloc BLOC CARLTON Memoria Bucurestiului
Carlton Bloc Imagini rare cu Bucuretiul dup cutremurul din 1940 Bloc de 14
Carlton Bloc httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediarothumbe

Carlton Bloc Former Carlton Apartment Building Bucharest
Carlton Bloc CARLTON Cutremurul din Bucuresti ce a ucis 200 de oameni dintrun

References

Carlton Bloc Wikipedia


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