Europeupclose.com a publicat de curand un articol despre Brasov. Jurnalistul strain David Hill scrie intr-o nota pozitiva despre orasul cetate transilvanean, admirand turnurile si zidurile de aparare, cladirile si stilul orasului romanesc.
Brasov, Romania, is a historic city blessed with well-preserved medieval fortifications that can be explored in their entirety. Formerly surrounded by a quadrilateral shaped wall, the historic center of this Transylvanian city is now bracketed by the surviving two sides of wall, on the east and west. The shorter northern and southern walls were destroyed as the city grew from the eighteen-hundreds onward.
A tour of the eastern wall starts with a visit to the formidable Weavers’ Bastion, still standing in its 16th century form. In fact, the weavers had two stabs at building it, creating the lower floor and two upper galleries from 1421 to 1436 and adding more galleries between 1570 and 1573. This bastion can be reached from downtown Brasov by following the street called Strada George Cosbuc – a bit of old wall runs along the side of the street.
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