Nicolae Filipescu

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Nicolae Filipescu
Nicolae Filipescu - Image from page 336 of "Secrets of the Balkans" (1921)
Born (1862-12-05)December 5, 1862
Bucharest
Died September 30, 1916(1916-09-30) (aged 53)
Bucharest
Nationality Romanian
Occupation Politician
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N. Filipescu, semnătura.jpg

Nicolae Filipescu (December 5, 1862 – September 30, 1916) was a Romanian politician.

Filipescu was the mayor of Bucharest between February 1893 and October 1895. It was during his term the first electric tramways circulated in Bucharest.[1]

Between December 29, 1910 and March 27, 1912 Filipescu was the Minister of War of Romania, in the Cabinet led by Petre P. Carp.

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