I would show the University of Timisoara. I saw that once with my Dad that learned there when he was young. A very nice University really. There are some faculties, i don't remember exactly the names just the faculty of thecnics where my Dad learned. There are a lot students in Timisoara... some thousands. lot of them are good looking girls.
Timisoara has many parks, of which the most important are the People’s park (1868), the Central park (the second half of the last century), the Doina park, the Plevna park (after 1900) and Rosarium (the Roses Garden), the Alpinet Park and the Children’s Park. Sit on the bench and eat ice cream!.
Monumentul Sfinta Treime
1739-1740, sculptat la Viena si montat in piateta Portii Ardelene la 21 noiembrie 1740, a fost demontat in 1752 si montat in Piata Unirii intre 1755 si 1758, restaurat in 1994 si resfintit in 8 aprilie 1995.
THE FAMOUS VICTORY SQUARE, LAID BETWEEN THE NATIONAL THEATRE AND THE ORTHODOX CATHEDRAL, A PLACE ALSO CALLED "CORSO".
THE NATIONAL THEATRE AND THE ROMANIAN OPERA OF TIMISOARA, A PLACE FULL OF MEANINGS FOR RECENT HISTORY. HERE, FROM THE BALCONY OF THIS BUILDING, WERE HEARD BACK IN DECEMBER 1989 THE CRIES AGAINST CEAUSESCU TYRANNY AND AGAINST COMMUNISM.
NEAR THE OPERA YOU'LL FIND "TIMISOARA" HOTEL AND "MERBL" PALACE.
TIMISOARA'S "CORSO", A PLACE FOR WALKING UP AND DOWN, FOR SHOWING UP.
THE SQUARE VIEWED FROM THE CATHEDRAL STAIRS. IN THE LEFT, PART OF "SZECHENYI" PALACE (THE GREEN ONE).
"LOFFLER" PALACE AND THE FOUNTAIN IN THE PLAZA.
"LLOYD" PALACE - A FINE PIECE OF ART NOUVEAU, LIKE MANY BUILDINGS IN THIS SQUARE.
AT HALF DISTANCE BETWEEN THE THEATRE AND THE CATHEDRAL LAY A SYMBOL OF ROMANIAN PEOPLE LATINITY: "LUPOAICA" (MOTHER-WOLF).