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Descriere: epa09146542 The old communist era 'Cinema' magazine cover, a original issue from January 1984, depicting late communist dictators couple Nicolae and Elena Ceausescu, that tourists can find on the backseat of a Dacia car during their city tour in Bucharest, Romania, 17 February 2021 (issued 20 April 2021). More than three decades after the fall of the communist regime of Nicolae Ceausescu, the aesthetic of that time, marked by oppression and deprivation, has become fashionable in Romania, especially among 'hipsters' and foreign tourists. One way to get a glimpse of Bucharest's historical scars from Europe's troubled 20th century is ' The Red Patrol' tour. It allows visitors to explore the city as a passenger or driver of an old Dacia, a car brand created by Ceausescu. EPA/ROBERT GHEMENT ATTENTION: This Image is part of a PHOTO SET