Webcam Fantanile din Piața Unirii

The Urban Fountains in Unirii Square in Bucharest were reopened in 2018, marking the debut of the “Water Symphony” show. Recently, these fountains have received certification from the Guinness World Records as the Longest Row of Synchronized Choreographed Fountains in the World. The rehabilitation project was managed by Apa Nova, in accordance with the commitments made in the concession contract with the Bucharest City Hall. These fountains are among the first in Europe equipped with state-of-the-art technology. Since their reopening, they have become a focal point of the city, attracting over 219,000 visitors with over 70 “Water Symphony” shows.

Originally built in the 1980s, the fountains are among the longest in the world, stretching 1.4 km with a water surface area of ​​16,200 m². The rehabilitation included the implementation of state-of-the-art water entertainment equipment and technology, including special effects such as fast water jets and synchronized rotations with music. The “Water Symphony” shows offer different themes, from exploring Romanian values ​​to journeys through 7 worlds reflecting aspects of Romania. Access to the shows is free, and the fountains operate in various regimes, adapted to the day of the week. In total, the fountains are composed of 44 individual units, and a digitized system allows for their monitoring and control. They provide water, light, and music shows in different operating regimes, tailored to the needs of the week.