The people of Romania are marking twenty years since the overthrow of Nicolae Ceaucescu’s communist leadership.
Their nation was the last of all eastern European countries to experience an anti-Communist revolution. It was also the only one marked by bloodshed.
Ceausescu and his wife were executed on Christmas day in 1989, following a hasty military trial.
Al Jazeera’s Barnaby Phillips travelled to Bucharest to find out how much of Ceaucescu’s legacy pervades Romanian society today.