古老的康斯坦察半岛及其历史悠久的半岛，充满故事和非凡城市的过去，今天通过其丰富的建筑和城市折衷主义向我们展示。奥维迪乌广场——昔日的独立广场，就像一块基石，聚集并协调着横跨半岛的街道的发展和系统化。即使在今天，通往广场的 Nicolae Titulescu 街的尽头被一排建于共产主义时代的建筑所掩盖，它也曾经用来连接中央建筑和伊丽莎白大道。该地区的现代化始于 19 世纪末，因此在 1910-1920 年之后，中央广场和港口之间的街道系统化。
在 Titulescu 街（两次世界大战期间的前 Lascăr Catargiu 街）上，我们发现了一座建于 1920 年代的新罗马尼亚别墅。该建筑位于奥维迪乌广场附近，似乎是在公共宫殿建成后建造的（1922 年，如今宫殿内设有国家历史和考古博物馆），因为它让人想起新罗马尼亚风格 (Neobrâncovenesc) 在宫中如此雄辩。事实上，设计这座宫殿的建筑师 Victor Ştefănescu 成为了康斯坦察的“房屋建筑师”，负责监督其他各种重要项目：布加勒斯特地质博物馆；卡罗尔公园的艺术宫、“Ion Jalea”博物馆甚至康斯坦察的“卡罗尔一世”清真寺。我们可以假设 Ştefănescu 可能参与了当前建筑的设计，这显然与清真寺和当前历史博物馆定义的城市规划相结合。
老式照片将新罗马尼亚别墅描绘成从前 Lascăr Catargiu 街的透视图，该建筑的西部部分经常出现在当时的明信片中。这座房子位于半岛的一些标志性建筑附近，如 Hôtel d'Angleterre、Cabaret Britannia with Metropol Hotel、Carol I Mosque、位于罗马天主教康斯坦察教区的帕多瓦圣安东尼教堂和“圣彼得”和保罗”大教堂。
Doina Păuleanu，“Constanța aventura unui proiect European”，Ex Ponto 出版社，2003
Doina Păuleanu，“Constanța 1878-1928 Spectacolul modernității târzii” - I 和 II 卷，Arcade 出版社，2005 年。
The old Constanța, with its historic peninsula, filled with stories and the past of an extraordinary city, is revealed to us today through its architectural richness and the urban eclecticism. Ovidiu Square - the former Independence Square, just like a cornerstone, gathered around and coordinated the development and systematization of the streets that span the Peninsula. Even if today the end of Nicolae Titulescu street towards the Square is hidden by a row of buildings built during the communist era, it once used to connect the central building to Elisabeth Boulevard. The modernization of the area began towards the end of the nineteenth century, so that, after 1910-1920, the streets between the Central Square and the Port were systematized.
On Titulescu Street (former Lascăr Catargiu Street in the interwar period), we find a Neo-Romanian villa built in the 1920s. Located in the proximity of the Ovidiu Square, the building seems to have been built after the completion of the communal palace (1922, today the palace hosts the Museum of National History and Archaeology), due to the fact it reminds of the Neo-Romanian style (Neobrâncovenesc) so eloquent in the palace. In fact, the architect who designed the palace, Victor Ştefănescu, became Constanța’s "house architect", supervising various other important projects: the Museum of Geology in Bucharest; The Palace of Arts in Carol Park, "Ion Jalea" Museum or even the Mosque "Carol I" in Constanta. We can assume that Ştefănescu could have been involved in the design of the present building, which is obviously integrated in the urban plan defined by the Mosque and the current Museum of History.
The vintage photographs depict the Neo-Romanian Villa as a perspective of the former Lascăr Catargiu Street, the western part of the building being often reproduced in the postcards of that time. The house is located in the proximity of some emblematic buildings of the Peninsula, such as Hôtel d'Angleterre, Cabaret Britannia with Metropol Hotel, Carol I Mosque, Saint Anthony of Padua Church under the Roman - Catholic Parish of Constanța and "St. Peter and Paul" Cathedral.
Doina Păuleanu, "Constanța aventura unui proiect European", Ex Ponto Publishing House, 2003
Doina Păuleanu, "Constanța 1878-1928 Spectacolul modernității târzii" - I and II volume, Arcade Publishing House, 2005.
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