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Black church, in Brasov , Romania. "The "The more than 500 years old. survived from medieval times. next to Catherine's Gate, built in a small mountain in the middle of the city. Wonderful Places, Beautiful Places, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, Brasov Romania, Transylvania Romania, Visit Romania, Black Church, Mountain Resort

The Black Church in Brasov, Romania

The Black Church is a cathedral in Brașov, a city in south-eastern Transylvania, Romania. It was built by the German community of the city and stands as the main Gothic style monument in the country, as well as being the largest and one of the most important Lutheran (Evangelical Church of Augustan Confession in Romania) places of worship in the region.

Romania - old photos - by Kurt Hielscher Romania People, European Dress, City People, Historical Costume, Historical Dress, Folk Costume, Dark Ages, My Heritage, Traditional Outfits

Mirifica Românie

O serie fascinantă de fotografii cu România începutului de secol XX, (port popular, portrete de ţărani, localităţi din toate judeţele ţării, monumente, etc) redactată după o carte album apărută în …

Biserica Neagra, Brașov, Romania — by Hecktic Travels. The Black Church is in the centre of Braşov. It received its name after being partially destroyed by a fire in Brasov Romania, Black Church, Central And Eastern Europe, And So The Adventure Begins, Europe Travel Tips, Where To Go, Travel Photography, Places To Visit, Around The Worlds

Biserica Neagra, Brașov, Romania — by Hecktic Travels

The Black Church, Biserica Neagra, Brașov - Romania

Green Smoke România — Cute little house in Maramureș, Romania Brasov Romania, Cute Little Houses, Council House, Travel Design, Best Memories, Big Ben, Places To Visit, Vacation, Country


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Cetatea Rasnov, Brasov, Romania (by Adrian Petrisor) Brasov Romania, Forts, Castles, Places Ive Been, Chateaus, Castle, Castle, Palaces

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Cetatea Rasnov, Brasov, Romania (by Adrian Petrisor)