A Square on a Walk / WalkingSquares 6

Here’s an image of a town square, taken when walking around Brasov, in Romania, about 15 years ago. I love the architecture:

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21 comments

  1. Places like this is one of the many reasons I enjoy Europe.

  2. Foreign town centres have an appeal that is sadly lacking in so many British towns.
    Best wishes, Pete.

    • Sue

      Well, I don’t think it’s true of all foreign towns, Pete! But admittedly a lot of them seem to keep their old town centres separate to the newer parts….

      • I was thinking of Aix, Nimes, Orleans, Rouen, Ghent, Bruges, Liepzig, Berlin, Prague, and some others. They often have large squares, along with pavement cafes with outside tables that used to make them seem more ‘exotic’ to me. 🙂

      • Sue

        Yes, a good number of them have!

  3. I like the architecture too. Now that would have been some challenge – 30 days of walking through squares! I’m glad Becky didn’t think of that.

  4. What great architecture is in this photo. Marvelous capture Sue 😀

  5. Fabulous, you have squares too and yours is a proper square as mine it more rectangular!

  6. Great architecture, great colours!

  7. I love the architecture, too, and the way you composed this, with the pavement stripe leading the eye – perfection!

  8. Beautiful shot Sue! We loved Brasov too.

  9. Sue

    And Bucovina, for me!

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