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The old capital of the Romanian country (aka Valahia), visiting this place really takes you back some hundreds of years. The Church and the Chindia tower are the most meaningful attractions, but I would also recommend the museum of old books.
it's worth the visit, especially since in the complex you can also find the typography museum, which is very interesting and if you pay the fee to get inside the Princely Court you can go inside the museum for free.
The ruins are super interesting...More
This is a very little known Museum in Targoviste. It used to be a Calvary school but ended up being the location where Nicolae and Elena Ceausescu were held, stood trial and ultimately were executed on Christmas Day in 1989. It was very interesting to...More
This is a very interesting site of historical significance dating from the 14th century. It contains several buildings including a church and the Chindia tower. On the front of the church is a plaque that lists the rulers, their names and the dates of their...More
The Royal Court from Targoviste, was used since 1368 like secondary Royal Court for a lot of great liders ( Vlad Tepes, Matei Basarab, Stefan cel Mare, Mihai Viteazu end the list could continue).
There is a complex of buildings like: Chindia Tower ( a...More