Giurgiului is a small neighborhood in Bucharest
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 situated in the south, near Berceni
Berceni, Bucharest
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 and Ferentari
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. As Berceni, Giurgiului has a plenty of 10 floors blocks of flats which were built by the communists during the early 1970s. The average population is between 30000 and 40000. Before the communists started their massive building programme, Giurgiului was a village where people used to do agriculture. After 1948, the village was added to the city-area and after few years, in the south of the neighborhood was built a pipe factory and a power plant, CET Berceni. Also, Giurgiului has a railway station which connects Bucharest with Giurgiu, a port on the Danube. Also the road which passes through the middle of the neighborhood (Giurgiului Road) is an important route to Giurgiu
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 and Bulgaria
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The neighborhood has a good transportation grid, though it has no access to the subway.
Two tram
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ways (7, 25) grant the access to the city centre, while one line (4) is used as shuttle service.
Three bus lines(323, 116, 102) connect the neighborhood with other districts of Bucharest.
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