giugno 23rd, 2010 | Posted by dokk in Romania - (1 Comments)

In Brasov, also a previous Saxon colony, there is the narrowest street in Romania. Besides this curiosity, the city offers a pleasant square which can be reached by a pedestrian street populated by numerous cafes.

Nearby there is the “Biserica Neagra”, the Black Church, which owes its color to a fire.

After the city tour with a visit to the fortress situated on a bristling hill, the next day I go to Bran, famous for its castle.

It was built by the Teutonic Knights, but his fame is due to Bram Stoker, who settled here his famous novel.

But, surprise … The principe Vlad the Impaler (so called because of his nice attitude to impalement) didn`t ever owned this castle. Yes, it is a fake, like the vampires.

Cheers, attempting to hide my dog-teeth…

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