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... fire started by the Austrian army that occupied Brasov in 1689. (Man living in the Middle Ages had to suck? Seems like this town was always being "taken over" by some group or another.) Its a classic example of a three nave hall church though its interior is largely devoid of color or ornamentation and the main alter is memorable for only its size. All this being said I was ...
... sort of sounds like what ISIS is doing in Iraq or Syria. Hundreds of years later and humans are still doing the same things, good times.
Walking around this city was a lot of fun, it was like going back in time. Walking the streets and looking at the architecture was really amazing and I would recommend this as a stop for anyone who comes to Romania.
... in the "tour" behind us.
These guys are apparently leading their own tour (forbidden!), taking pictures of everything (sometimes forbidden!), entering the rooms that we are in, even as we are still there (forbidden! you're not allowed to crowd the tour in front of you), and talking very loudly (REALLY forbidden!). Our conscientious tour guide at first tries to put distance between our two partied by throwing icy glares at the group of men; they don't get it. She ...
... sleep. I immediately go back outside to find a bench to sleep on.
It's a bit too cold to sleep outside in my tshirt and nylon pants, so I go into the train station and lay down on a bench in the corner. Surprisingly, even after 'sleeping' for ~5 hours on the train, I was able to sleep for about 5 more hours. When I fell asleep, it was just me and about 3 homeless-looking Romanians. When I woke up, it was around 9am and the train ...
... and jewels of past inhabitants. They were all empty now. Thee steel brackets on the walls remain, and the empty cabinets have not been removed. There were no carpets on the floors, no beds, no furniture, nothing except bare floors and bare walls. There were small ceramic stoves in each room. I can imagine it being very cold. The many staircases, mostly curving sharply, were very interesting. Some of them curved one way, then the other. Some were straight, long, and ...