This church is a very active community, serving a poor population mostly. It is worth a short visit, if only because the First Roumenian school is adjacent.
Very nice exterior and interior, with a cemetery nearby. Like with Black Church, no pictures are allowed and all there is to do is walk around and look. Just seems like there could be something more for visitors.
This basilica is a short walk from the centre in the district of Brasov reserved for Romainians when the city was part of the Austria-Hungary Empire.Well worth the visit and an interesting cemetary with war graves near by
We were unable to get into the church during our schedule. However we were able to visit the cemetery. Interesting view with a nice follow up after Bram's castle.
beautiful church with its walls around it and its gate, its really nice have to visit. its in a short distance walk from biserica beagră. we saw a baptizing there when we visited =]]]
One of the favourite churches chosen by couples for weddings, but a bit small, though. Nearby is the tomb of Nicolae Titulescu - probably the greatest Romanian diplomat of all times.
Another nice church and a good example of its kind. My favorite aspects of the church are its striking spires and the faded, nearly gone frescos around the back of it. The light wasn't great when I was there, but I bet in the spring or summer it's very pretty. Take a little walk around, it's pretty cool.
The Saint Nicolas of Schei Church is situated about 1 km far from the Council Square in Brasov (during the Medieval Times, the Schei Neighbourhood was outside the city walls). The architecture is very nice (the church looks more like a fairy-tale castle) and you should visit inside the yard the First Romanian School.
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