The country's fourth largest city, Timisoara is a university and cultural city, endowed with many parks and gardens. The cradle of the 1989 revolution, it takes pride in benefiting from the country's highest living standards and strong Western influence. It is true that Timisoara, which was for a long time under Habsburg domination, radiates a friendly atmosphere. With its multicoloured Baroque architecture, ...
Renowned for its commercial dynamism, Timisoara was the first European city to have electric lighting in 1884 and also one of the first cities to have a tramway.
In summer, the square is taken over by café terraces and becomes a stage for outdoor concerts.
The buildings surrounding this beautiful square bear testimony to Timisoara's glorious past.
Located in the city centre on the Piata Unirii, this baroque-style Roman Catholic Episcopal Church was built between 1736 and 1773 by Viennese architect Emanuel Fisher.
Channelised since 1728, the Bega flows right through the city of Timisoara. In the summer, walks by the river and boat trips are a popular activity.
Located on Balcescu Square, this Roman Catholic church is one of the city's many points of interest.
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