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Parcul Drumul Taberei
Bucharest

Parcul Drumul Taberei (fost "Moghioroş") este un parc aflat în Sectorul 6 al Bucureştiului, în cartierul Drumul Taberei. La înfiinţare, parcul avea o suprafaţă de 30 ha.

În parc s-a amenajat şi un teatru de vară pentru copii.
În centrul parcului a fost amenajat un lac pentru agrement. Lacul artificial a fost realizat dintr-o cuvă de beton impermeabil, fiind alcătuit din două tronsoane separate de un podeţ de beton. În primul tronson este amenajat un debarcader cu dane pentru bărci cu rame şi hidrobiciclete.


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