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The squre itself is beautiful with the biew on the cathedral theought the fountain and it’ s easily walkable. The atmosphere is quiet and very peaceful even if people are passing it does not feel loud I think it’ s because there are no trams...More
Victory Square is bordered by monumental buildings built at the beginning of the 20th century, and at both ends you will discover the Orthodox Cathedral of Timisoara and, respectively, the Cultural Palace. In the central area there is a park where there are two things...More
This is one of the most interesting squares in Timisoara. It is surrounded by quite beautiful old buildings and toped on one side by the Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral and on the other by the Opera House. The central part is gardened and all around the...More
After visiting the Uniril Square, I continued my walk and came across this beautiful Square.
There are shops, restaurants, Tourist Office, Money Exchange places, beautiful/colorful umbrellas covering a passage, beautiful buildings surrounding the square, etc.
Come and enjoy your visit here!
Like many pleasant squares, there are nice views, a quiet atmosphere but without hordes of tourists. However, re-walking the square after watching videos of the protests that led to the fall of Ceaușescu really brought out the historical significance of the place.
Year-round relaxing place to walk and have a coffee or cocktail. Often bustling with activity, I.e. street performers, flower stands, kids playing with pigeons around the fountain in the Spring and Summer; and it’s also the site of the well-photographed umbrella ceiling dorm one of...More