In Brasov is the narrowest street in Europe – Strada Sforii (“String Street”) – with an average width of one hundred and twenty-three (123) centimeters. Its existence is known from the 18 century as a simple corridor to help firefighters work.
Strada Sforii was included in Huffington Post among the narrowest streets in the world.
Some people say Bran castle is like no other If you’re in or near Bran, Romania, you should definitely stop to see the famous Bran […]
Lying at the foothill of the Carpathians, at the gateway to Transylvania, the city has experienced long ages of prosperity which, today, give us the opportunity to admire historical buildings and traces of an impressive past.