During a two-week trip through Transylvania in Romania, we arrived in Harman village. Transylvania is home to hundreds of towns and fortified churches built between the 13th and 15th century by Saxons. It is a haven of architectural heritage. Just walking through the high surrounding concentric walls and climbing the towers, it is not difficult to imagine that hundreds of people and complete families were hiding themselves for their enemies. Harman has a beautiful church in the middle of the concentric wall and is still in use every day. Day to day life in Harman has not changed much in the last decades. Harman is a must
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