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Dwa dni spędziliśmy zwiedzając zamki i twierdze obronne Transylwanii - zamki w Fogaras, Rasnov i Bran i warowne kościoły w Prejmer i Harman. Na koniec został nam zamek w Sinai, a nocleg spędziliśmy "prawdopodobnie w najlepszym mieście na świecie" - w Braszowie (napewno w jednym z najurokliwszych).< …
... Dracula, who was supposed to have murdered hundreds of young women in the 16th century. Regardless of the link, it was a great castle to visit and it showed the kids how vastly different castles can be, especially since they had seen luxurious Peles Castle the day before.
After leaving Bran, we made our way to a town near the Romanian-Hungarian border named Cluj-Napoca. This was merely a stopping point in order to get closer to Budapest ...
... served you through a window. I bought some pasta and tomato pasta sauce because that was the only thing she understood. I just wanted something's quick and simple before going to bed. When I got back to the hostel I went to the kitchen to get started. The hostel was full of Italians who were watching the football in the common area so I had the whole of the kitchen to myself. Shortly after finishing my meal I went to sleep to try and make the most of the day. The ...
... which an incredibly beautiful building. Outside, there is a small Holocaust memorial with the names of the Jewish people from Brasov who were sent to concentration camps and murdered in the Holocaust. Inside, the shul is bright with natural light and its decor is all in Israel's blue and white. It's definitely the brightest and most inviting inside of a synagogue we have ever seen. We enjoyed looking at all the details and taking some photos in here. We learned that ...
... and 1477 on the site of an earlier church (destroyed by Mongol invasions in 1242), the construction of the Marienkirche was hampered by extensive damage caused by Turkish raids in 1421. The church was given its new name after disaster stuck again in 1689, when the 'Great Fire' levelled most of the town, blackening the walls of the church. Restoration took almost 100 years. Of two towers planned, only one (65.6m high) was finished.
The original Gothic interior ...