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... in weird places to view, they were not picture worthy, and that was it. This church more or less looked just like the outside of the church. Just one big gray slab of rock. Even the altar was not very ornate by European Church Standards. All in all, if I ever go to Brasov again I would skip this church and save my 8 lie, for the shear fact that there was really nothing much to see. ...
... region was repeatedly raided by Tatars,Turks and, on a couple of occasions, by Vlad Tepes. The towns fortifications survived these onslaughts, but those caught outside the walled city did not fair so well. When the Tepes attacked Brasov in 1460, they burnt the suburbs and impaled hundreds of captives along the heights of St. Jacob's Hill to the north of the city. On a side ...
... a residence for Hungarian kings, the royal residence for the Kingdom of Romania, and as a hospital in WWII. Râșnov Fortress was at the top of a hill - we hopped on a little trolley bus to go up the 1.5km hike to the entrance of the fortress, then we had to climb further to the top! It was worth it for the view though. Our last night in Brasov, we got our favourite chocolate filled pretzels and went to bed early to be ready for our morning train the next ...
... a magnificent town hall towers over it all chinning the hours from its clock… twice a day in the summer, at noon and 6pm, a trio of trumpeters appear at the top and toot the hour. We strolled around the old town and took in its stately European-ness, faded stucco and crumbling plaster tells of harder times ion the past but much is being done to repair and improve the old buildings.
We arranged a tour with the nice bloke at the hotel and he ...
... 1800's, with all kinds of modern conveniences like central heating and a central vacuum system. The wood-working on the walls and floors, the Venetian murano chandeliers, the King's weapons collections--al breath-taking. There were also "themed rooms"- most of the castle was decorated in German style, but there was a Moroccan room, a Venetian room, and, our favorite, the Turkish smoking room! Brashov and surroundings was a great place to visit, with lots to see and do! We highly ...