Discover the cities of the region interactively

The centre of Romania is one of the regions of the country where the abundance of historical and cultural monuments is truly overwhelming for the lovers of beauty and for the tourists who want to discover another side of our country.

Sibiu, Brasov, Covasna, Mures, Alba-Iulia and Harghita are extremely rich in tourist attractions which any tourist can have a chance to discover one at a time. You should not overlook the modern architectonic tendencies either, materialized in the cities of the region, but naturally managing to create a pleasant symbiosis: history blending with the fascinating present.

The National Museum of the Union in Alba Iulia

The National Museum of the Union in Alba Iulia was founded in1887. The initiative of such a cultural building belonged to the History, Archaeology and Natural Sciences Society of Alba County.

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The Alba Iulia Orthodox Cathedral

The Reintegration Cathedral, mostly known under the name of Alba Iulia Orthodox Cathedral is a strong spiritual symbol of the city. The Cathedral was built between the years 1921-1922 and it is located in the West of Alba-Iulia Fortress.

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Alba Iulia Union Hall

Alba Iulia Union Hall is the place with extremely important historic significance for the entire Romanian people. At 1st December 1918, the Declaration of Union of Transylvania with Romania was adopted here.


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 Alba Iulia Catholic Cathedral

Located right inside the Alba Iulia Fortress, the Saint Michael Roman-Catholic Cathedral was built in the XI century and stands out due to a special characteristic: it is the longest cathedral in Romania.


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 Alba Iulia Fortress

The construction of Alba Iulia Fortress began in 1714 and ended in 1738 and it is considered a representative monument of the fortification architecture in Romania.


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Brukenthal National Museum of Sibiu

Brukenthal National Museum is located in Brukenthal Palace and was built by Baron Samuel Von Brukenthal between the years 1778-1788. It is located in the Grand Square of Sibiu.


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The Evangelical Church of Sibiu

The Evangelical Church of Sibiu is one of the most important monuments in Gothic style from Romania and it was built in 1520.


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 Ursuline Monastery of Sibiu

A famous historic buildings complex is also located in Sibiu downtown. We are talking about Ursuline Monastery, which dates from the fifteenth century.


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 Sibiu Historical Centre

The historical centre of Sibiu is famous throughout the world due to its special architecture which has been preserved over time.


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 Sfantu Gheorghe Reformed Church

In Sfantu Gheorghe City of Covasna County, the visitors can admire many ancient historical monuments, but also modern architectural attractions. The Reformed Church of Sfantu Gheorghe was built in XIV century.


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 Art Galleries of Sfantu Gheorghe

The Art Galleries of Sfantu Gheorghe represent maybe the most important cultural landmark of the city. The Galleries were founded by Cserey Janosna Zathurecky Emilia through a donation of 137 paintings and objects.


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 Miko Castle of Miercurea-Ciuc

Miercurea-Ciuc, residence of Harghita County, is famous due to Miko Castle or Miko Fortress, as it is also called, a castle which is presently the head office of the Székely Museum of Ciuc.


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 Petofi Sandor Street of Miercurea Ciuc

Petofi Sandor Street of Miercurea Ciuc is the most famous artery in the city.


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 Council Square of Brasov

Brasov is famous for the Black Church which is located in the Council Square.


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 Black Church of Brasov

The Black Church of Brasov (initially named Saint Mary Church), one of the most famous religious places in Romania, was built in 1377, but the current name was given after the fire in 1689, when it was partly destroyed.


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 Straja Hill Fortress (Cetatuia de pe Staja) or Fortress Hill (Dealul Cetatii) of Brasov

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 Roses Square

It is known that Targu Mures was touched over time by several fires. In spite of this, the city has preserved most of the old buildings that have a special architecture. The Rose Square is one of the main areas of the city where the old buildings have been very well preserved.


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 The Grand Orthodox Cathedral in Targu Mures


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 The Medieval Fortress of Targu Mures

The Medieval Fortress of Targu Mures, which was built in the XVII century, is another worth visiting landmark of the city.


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