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Brașov

The origins of Brașov as a town are lost in the dark times of medieval age. However, it is known that it developed when different communities in the area decided to come together and form a city. The first written documents about Brașov go back to 1235 when the city was mentioned as Corona and was located on the present location of the Black Church. Mehr…

 


Sibiu

The city was founded in 1190 by Saxon colonists who settled in the area. In the 14th century, it was already an important trade centre. Sibiu became the most important ethnic German city in Transylvania and it was home to the Universitas Saxorum, the Assembly of Germans in Transylvania. During the 18th and 19th centuries the city also became one of the most important centres for ethnic Romanians in the region. More…

 


Bucharest

Bucharest is the capital city of Romania and the most important cultural, commercial and industrial center in the country. It’s also one of the largest city in Eastern Europe with 2 million inhabitants and another half a million in its surroundings. It’s a city of contrasts and contradictions: palaces remind us of the olden days, while steel and glass buildings rise right next to them. More…

 


Cluj-Napoca

Cluj-Napoca lies in north-western Romania and, as one of the largest cities in our country, it is a very important cultural centre. More than 420,000 people live here, among them roughly 50,000 Hungarians. Cluj-Napoca is also a large university centre. There are about 100,000 students who are the soul of a dynamic city life. More…


Timișoara

Also called ‘Little Vienna’, Timișoara belonged for a very long time to the Habsburg Empire and the entire city centre is reminiscent of the old Vienna as it consists of buildings built in the Imperial era. Moreover, there are numerous claims that Gustave Eiffel, the creator of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, built one of Timișoara’s footbridges over the Bega River. More…