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Sighișoara is a city on the Târnava Mare River in Mureș County, Romania. It is a popular tourist destination for its well-preserved walled old town, which is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
is a Romanian Orthodox Church located on the northern bank of the Târnava Mare River, Sighişoara, Romania.
Sighișoara Clock Tower
It is the main entry point to the citadel, opposite guarded by Taylor's Tower. The landmark of the city is a 64 m-high tower built in the 13th century, the tower is visible from almost every corner of the city from Mures County, its purpose was to defend the main gate of the citadel and also served as the town hall until 1556. Now It's considered one of the most expressive clock tower in the whole Transylvania. Today it is a museum of history.
Peleș Castle is a Neo-Renaissance castle in the Carpathian Mountains, near Sinaia, in Prahova County, Romania, built between 1873 and 1914. Its inauguration was held in 1883. It was constructed for King Carol I.
The castle was featured in the 2009 film The Brothers Bloom. The exterior of the castle is used to represent a large estate in New Jersey, the home of an eccentric billionaire played by Rachel Weisz.
The castle was featured in the Netflix original film A Christmas Prince. It was also featured in the 2011 Hallmark Channel movie “A Princess for Christmas” and 2018's "Royal Matchmaker".
當地著名的「#黑教堂」（#BisericaNeagră），成為 #聯合國教科文組織世界遺產 之作，吸引了很多外國遊客到來參觀。由於布拉索夫座落於 #南喀爾巴阡山脈 的山腳，所以當地的山景也成為遊客的觀光熱點。而這城市自1968年起成為「#金鹿國際流行音樂節」的主辦城市，迄今已舉辦十六屆。而這個活動每年也吸引很多外國人參與。
Brașov is a city in Romania and the administrative centre of Brașov County making it the 7th most populous city in Romania. The city is notable for being an important centre of Transylvanian Saxons in the past, and a large commercial hub on the trade roads between East and West. It is also the birthplace of the national anthem of Romania.
The Transfăgărășan or DN7C is a paved mountain road crossing the southern section of the Carpathian Mountains of Romania. It has national-road ranking and is the second-highest paved road in the country after the Transalpina. It starts near the village of Bascov, near Pitești, and stretches 90 kilometres to the crossroad between the DN1 and Sibiu, between the highest peaks in the country, Moldoveanu and Negoiu. The road, built in the early 1970s as a strategic military route, connects the historic regions of Transylvania and Wallachia.