File:Cypher King Michael I Romania death.jpg

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English: As a hommage, the Royal Cypher of HM King Michael I of Romania (a cross of four capital Ms), was made of candles, on the sidewalk in front of the Royal Palace in Bucharest, by the members of National Alliance for the Restoration of Monarchy (ANRM), at the very evening of King's death, December 5th, 2017.
Română: În semn de omagiu, Cifrul Regal al Majestății Sale Regelui Mihai I al României (patru litere M dispuse în formă de cruce) a fost realizat din lumânări pe trotuarul din fața Palatului Regal din București, de către membrii Alianței Naționale pentru Restaurarea Monarhiei (ANRM), chiar în seara decesului Regelui, 5 decembrie 2017.
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Camera location44° 26′ 21.7″ N, 26° 05′ 45.65″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earthinfo


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