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Trip Start May 01, 2009
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Trip End May 28, 2009


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Monday, May 4, 2009

You can take a walking tour of Brasov which includes:

The Coucil Square and House - the old Cityhall of Brasov built in the XIIIth century
The Muresianu House - a cultural museum with over 25ooo XIXth century documents and antique furniture, the place of Romanian political meetings
The Catholic Cathedral - built in 1767, one o the few baroque buildings in Brasov
The Baiulescu House - now the English library
The old Mail Post Office - not county library
The Graft Bastion - built in 1521
The White and Black Towers - built in 1495 as part of the defensive system
The Ecatherine's Gate - the oldest gate preserved out of the four gates of the city built in 1559
The Schei Gate - or the Valachian Gate, especcially designed for the entrance of the Romanians in the fortified city of Brasov
The St Nicholas' Church and First Romanian School in the old Romanian Plaza; also meet the priest of the church, considered the greatest historian of Romania alive
The Weaver's Bastion
The Rope Street - the narrowest street in south-eastern Europe
The Black Church - The greatest gothic monument between Wien and Istanbul, where you can listen a concert to the biggest organ in south-eastern Europe.
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