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Nicușor Dan


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City: 228 km2


City: 1,883,425

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Area code(s)

+40 21


Mayor: Nicușor Dan


Nicușor Dan


Nicușor Dan is a Romanian activist, mathematician, and the current mayor of the Romanian capital, Bucharest. He became mayor of Bucharest in 2020 when he won the elections with a majority of 42,81%. Mayor of Bucharest was born on December 20, 1969 in Făgăraș, Brașov County, where he also attended the Radu Negru High School. He moved to Bucharest at the age of 18 where he began studying mathematics at the University of Bucharest. Since early ages, mayor of Bucharest has shown a great interest in mathematics. He even won the first prize in the International Mathematical Olympiads of 1987 and 1988 with perfect scores.  In 1992, he moved to France to continue his studies, and in 1998 he graduated with a Ph.D. in mathematics from Sorbonne University. Dan helped with the creation of Scoala Normala Superioara Bucuresti in Bucharest, an educational institution set up on the model of the French École Normale Supérieure.  Nicușor Dan has a vision of conducting the sustainable urban development of Bucharest. Since the beginning of his mayoral term, he has been dedicated to the redevelopment of public transport, schools and hospitals to improve the public spaces in the city of Bucharest. Bucharest is the city that attracts the largest volume of investments in Romania, and the real estate segment is a massive contributor to increasing the investment attractiveness of the capital. Dan has been trying to keep this status for his city by implementing sustainable solutions in the city. He is the mayor who is focused on many different segments of how to make Bucharest better: from urban mobility, environment, economy, education, health, culture to overall safety. Mayor of Bucharest is also constantly trying to implement projects to fight pollution and expand the capital's green areas, including creating a "green belt" around the city.  Nicușor Dan has recently announced that a consortium of four companies won the public tender to develop an Integrated Air Quality Plan in the city. This plan will introduce a new and improved quality of life to the city and its residents. (photo credit: Noulbucuresti)


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Bucharest is the capital and largest city of Romania, as well as its cultural, industrial, and financial centre. According to the 2011 census, 1,883,425 inhabitants live within the city limits, a decrease from the 2002 census. According to Eurostat, Bucharest has a functional urban area of 2,412,530 residents (as of 2015).

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