For K, I’m going out on a limb, and heading for Kronstadt, which is the old name for a city in Romania.
Kronstadt is the German name (meaning Crown City – the coat of arms of the city is a crown with oak roots) for Brasov, in the Transylvanian region of Romania. In the Middle Ages, German colonists known as the Transylvanian Saxons played a decisive role in the development of towns, including Brasov.
Brasov is surrounded by the Southern Carpathian mountains:
The main square has some great architecture, but sadly we weren’t in the place for long, and I took very few images. Shame I took no photos of the Black Church (information at this website), and a number of other sights there.