This is definitely a must!
I had numerous chances of visiting the museum for more than 15 years, but only went there last year. I felt so sorry I didn't go earlier. It's really a great museum. Lots of stuff about the history of Braila, the city and the region.
The entrance fee is less than 1 dollar, and the museum is very easy to find, in Traian Square.
In a residential area, starting from Balcescu high school to the train station. In the back you can see St. Constantin Church. I love it how in the summer, Braila gets all green.
The small building in the middle used to house a second-hand bookshop where I got lots of books as a kid. The orange building is the actors' entrance to the Braila Theater.
This is the theater for children in Braila. I remember coming here when I was at the kindergarten in Braila. This is one of my fondest memories from Braila.
Thwe theater is situated on Polona St., between Galati and Cuza streets.
This high school is named in honor of Nicolae Balcescu, hero of the 1848 revolution. It is one of best high schools in Braila. I went here for some math competitions. It's very similar to my high school.
In the picture the statue of Balcescu is on the right.
The high school is on Cuza St., close to the intersection with Republic's St.
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Life goes on slowly in this city, but wondering on the street on a summer afternoon, you will be amazed how the city will surprise you.
The small squares, the sloping streets, the places with great views, all account to the charm of this place.