During Vlad Tepes reign, Bucharest is mentioned for the first time in a document issued in September 20, 1459. The town became the second capital of Wallachia, after Targoviste; Vlad Tepes rebuilt the Princely Court with a fortress look from Dambovita river banks. Since his times, the archeological researches revealed a series of fortifications “0.8 m thick walls built in river stone and combined brickes. e.