The House with Stag, Sighişoara, Romania
One last shot from the Black Sea seaside resort of Mamaia. As you can see there were very few tourists on the beach (the algae invation definitely not helping). I guess things improve over the weekend but even so, it’s not a good state of affairs.
Care to try a swim in this soup of algae? This is how the Black Sea looks this summer season 🙁
Brasov. Went to Brasov for a wedding ceremony which took place at this lovely church known as the Wooden Church of the Civic Center or Assumption of Our Lord Church. The surroundings were not much, they were quite depressing in fact, but the church looked beautiful in the light of the setting sun.
Bucharest. A group of tourists is braving the rain while listening to the guide’s explanations in front of the St. Anton Old Court Church. St. Anton is the oldest church in Bucharest, being built between 1558-1591 and modified and renovated many times since then.
Bucharest, Herăstrău Park, The sleeping beauty (or The sleeping maiden) sculpture by Filip Marin
Bucharest, Union Square
Bucharest, the stage of the Romanian Athenaeum.
Bucharest, Splaiul Independenţei Street
The Roman Square (Piaţa Romanâ in Romanian), Bucharest
The Roman Square is a major traffic intersection in downtown Bucharest. Set around 1900, the square has a circular shape and a big roundabout. Three major boulevards intersect here. The square is served by a subway station and is a major transport hub for buses and taxis.