Timisoara

Did you know that Timisoara was the 1st city in Europe and 2nd in the world, after New York, to use electricity to illuminate its public streets? The charm of this city lies in its distinct architectural character and vibrant cultural life, being influenced over the years by several cultures: Austrian, German, Hungarian, Turkish and Serbian. Photo credits: Monica Tanase ‪#‎Timisoara‬ ‪#‎unveilromania‬ ‪#‎travelling‬
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The Holy Trinity Monument, Timisoara, Romania. Credits: Monica Tanase

The Holy Trinity Monument, Timisoara, Romania.

St. Mary and St. Nepomuk Monument, Timisoara. Credits: Monica Tanase

St. Mary and St. Nepomuk Monument, Timisoara. Credits: Monica Tanase

Unirii Square, Timisoara, Romania. Credits: Monica Tanase

Unirii Square, Timisoara, Romania. Credits: Monica Tanase

Unirii Square, Timisoara, Romania. Credits: Monica Tanase

Unirii Square, Timisoara, Romania. Credits: Monica Tanase

The Orthodox Cathedral, Timisoara. Credits: Monica Tanase

The Orthodox Cathedral, Timisoara.

Charming Union Square, surrounded by colourful 18th and 19th-century buildings, Timisoara, Romania. Credits: Monica Tanase

Charming Union Square, surrounded by colourful and buildings, Timisoara, Romania.

Unirii Square, Timisoara, Romania. Credits: Monica Tanase

Unirii Square, Timisoara, Romania. Credits: Monica Tanase

Politehnica University of Timisoara - one of the largest technical universities in Central and Eastern Europe. Credits: Monica Tanase

Politehnica University of Timisoara - one of the largest technical universities in Central and Eastern Europe.

Timisoara, Romania. Credits: Monica Tanase

Timisoara, Romania. Credits: Monica Tanase

The Orthodox Cathedral, Timisoara, Romania. Credits: Monica Tanase

The Orthodox Cathedral, Timisoara, Romania.


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