Yes that's where the name Romania comes from, just like Rome, Italy.
The largest defense building int he world (after the Pentagon)
This building looked like something, but it was just a bank.
(Beer Wagon), one of the oldest restaurants in Romania.
This was a bit surprising to see, until we learned it was placed by the Turkish Embassy.
Featuring the reproduced facade of the former Romanian National Theater
Nicolae Ceaușescu gave is final speech here.
a/k/a/ "Potato on a Stick"
Former secret police HQ, not home to the Union of Romanian Architects
On the former Chinese Embassy
Now a museum dedicated to Romanian composer George Enescu
Surely Michael Pollan knows this exists ...
The owner is allegedly a guest of the state.
One of the narrowest streets in Europe
It means "String Street"
It's really narrow
Who brought Lutheranism to Transylvania
Right next to a KFC.
Libearty Bear Sanctuary
He's much happier here.
Dracula didn't live here.
Queen Marie rode an elevator down this to get to her garden tea house.
(If I remember correctly)
(Okay, I forgot the significance of this).
(the famous one).
One of a series of UNSECO World Heritage Sites: "Cities with Fortified Churches"
Behind the fortified church.
Viscri Fortified Church
Brasov Neolog Synagogue
View the entire Romania Gallery.
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We're a family of four traveling the world for an entire year. These are our adventures.