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Sightseeing in Romania

Historic Site
“Preserved fortress bastion built in the 15th century, now housing a medieval museum.”
2 locals recommend
History Museum
“Dracula's Court - Vlad the Impaler established here he's court of rule over Bucharest”
10 locals recommend
Historic Site
Historic Site
“Together with the Sfinx, they are one of the most emblematic natural monuments in Romania. The cable car would take you there. Very close to this monument is the Caraiman Cross, which is also one of the greatest monuments in the country.”
2 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Reputedly the narrowest street in Europe and certainly the narrowest in Romania, Rope Street (Strada Sforii) connects Cerbului with Poarta Schei in Braşov’s Old Town. It is 262.5 feet (80 meters) long and just 3.5 to 4.5 feet (1.10–1.35 meters) wide, making it almost impossible for two people to pass each other. It has its origins somewhere around the beginnings of the 17th century and may have been built for access by firefighters into the Old Town.”
3 locals recommend
Scenic Lookout
1 local recommends
Monument / Landmark
“The Arc de Triomphe is a monument located in the north of Bucharest, sector 1, on Kiseleff boulevard. It resembles with the The Arc de Triomphe from Paris onlt it is smaller.”
3 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“The Council House, built in 1420 The tower,called the Trumpets Tower, is in fact much older, and was once a watchtower for approaching barbarians before being ncorporated into the main building.”
3 locals recommend
Monastery
“Of all the monuments that gave luster Arges old princes can say without fail that the monastery built by Neagoe (1512 - 1521) is the most significant building of religious art and architecture.”
1 local recommends
Church
“Prejmer Fortified Church was conquered only once, but went through 50 sieges during its hundreds of years of existence.”
1 local recommends
Historic Site
“This spectacular glass-covered window was built in 1891 during the most prosperous period in Bucharest - at the Belle Époque (Beautiful Epoque). The passage recalls the bohemian style and was built to encourage street-level commerce. In other words, it was the first mall in Bucharest. Today, the passage hosts a variety of bars and restaurants.”
2 locals recommend
Castle
“One of the oldest human settlements in Romania, Rupea Fortress dominates the town of Rupea with its stature. ”
2 locals recommend
Church
“The St Bartholomew Evangelical church is the oldest building in Brasov. Built in the 13th century its folk name was 'the maiden' due to a belief that the church was built at the initiative of three maidens who after their death left their entire possessions to the church. As a tribute the church-goers buried the bodies of the three maidens under the altar. The three-nave church with its massive surrounding walls outlasted the Turkish invasion and the 1689 great fire, as well as the raids of Vlad Țepeș (1458) and Báthory Gábor (1611.) Its tower collapsed in the 1822 earthquake and was rebuilt a storey higher in 1842. The western, southwestern and most of the northern section of the middle age”
2 locals recommend
Scenic Lookout
Historic Site
1 local recommends