Thursday, 24. April 2014 - 12:04
10. 05. 12. - 19:00
London 2012 Olympics visitors are to be dazzled by a bridge of light as they cross a specially built entry into the futuristic park leading to the stadium.
The bridge itself which will be one of the newly created paths across the River Lea in the park will be built by British contractors but the lighting and the light bulbs are from German and Austrian companies.
Their work means that sports fans will step over hundreds of tiny 'confetti' bulbs set into the walkway in red, yellow, blue and green - the colours of the Olympic Rings.
Constructors in Bartenbach, from Aldrans, Austria, explained: "We want people to think they're walking on a beautiful path of confetti."
The company was unable to reveal how much they were to be paid for the work - saying they had agreed a confidentiality deal with the organisers in London.
Policeman Beating Girl, 13, Divides Romania
A Romanian police officer has resigned after a video that has split the country showed him beating a 13-year-old girl in custody who was part of a gang of convicted killers that preyed on the elderly.
Granny Spinner Likely To Escape With 30 GBP Public Order Fine
The Romanian teenager who grabbed a terrified woman and spun her around in the middle of a street for a "joke" is likely to escape with a 30 GBP fine - because his victim is too terrified to file a complaint.
National History Museum shows ancient gold coins returned from UK
The Romanian National History Museum in Bucharest has exhibited a rare collection of ancient gold coins that had vanished and have now been returned from the UK where the customs had held them.
Romanian woman gives a birth for free in Serbian hospital and then leaves a baby
Hospital staff in the northern Serbian town of Pozarevac where shocked when a Romanian woman entered there, gave birth and then secretly left abandoning the baby.
Arctic opens a new fridge production line in Gaesti
Romanian company Arctic has opened a new fridge production line in the town of Gaesti in the south of the country.
Romanian businessmen discuss cooperation with Oman
Businessmen representing Romanian companies will stay in Oman for two days discussing possible ways of cooperation between the two countries.
Serbia is a homeland of vampires, not Romania, claims American journalist
An American journalist has revealed the homeland of vampires is Serbia, not Romania.
Simona Halep wins a tournament in Sofia
Romanian tennis star Simona Halep has won the WTA tournament in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria.
Emil Constantinescu meets president of Azerbaijan
Former President of Romania Emil Constantinescu has met the president of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev in Baku
Architect of Romanian Parliament Palace dies
The Architect of the Parliament Palace in Bucharest has died.
The most popular stories –
last 7 days