IOR Park today Alexandru Ioan Cuza Park is located in the central-eastern part of Bucharest, in the 3rd district, within the limits of the streets Camil Ressu, Liviu Rebreanu, Campia Libertatii, C-tin Brancusi, Baba Novac and Nicolae Grigorescu.
With an area of approximately 85 ha, it is one of the largest parks in Bucharest. The park's development began in 1965 and ended five years later.
In the park there is Lake Titan, a natural lake separated by the Liviu Rebreanu bridge in two segments called Titan 1 Lake and Titan 2 Lake. On the lake there are five islands, called "Retirees Island", "Island of Arts", "Island of the Dogs "," Fisherman Island "and" Island of Ducks ".
In the past, the highest hill in Alexandru Ioan Cuza Park was, in fact, an island. The places where people can walk on the lawn today were decades-long, covered with water.