Just south-east of town centre, a 5 minutes walk from the canal, in Dalei st. and its side streets, there are tens of students’ bars and almost as many discos. One place to eat is the Millennium, where you can see very local food on the counter and it is also good value for your money.
Fondest memory: There seems to be a crowd of youths having a good time at almost every time of day. Why not join them?
Favorite thing: In 1889 Timisoara got electrical street lights. It was the first european city to have it. There is a street lamp just outside Huniades palace (The history museum) that commemorates this. In case you might not know about it..
The different departments at the University include:
Sport and Physical Education
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Tibiscus University Timisoara
The different departments at this University include:
- Faculty of Automation, Computer Science and Engineering
- Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering
- Faculty of Electrical Engineering
- Faculty of Industrial Chemistry and Environmental Engineering
- Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture
- Faculty of Hydrotechnical Engineering
- Faculty of Management in Production and Transportation
- Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
- Faculty of Engineering (at Hunedoara)
For further Information please check out their web sit
Polytechnical University of Timisoara
One of the best medical schools in Romania, this university offers International exchange programs, check out their web site for more information!
Victor Babes University of Medicine and Pharmacy
This University has a the following departments:
Mathematics and Computer Science
Letters, History and Theology
Sociology and Psychology
Physical Education and Sport
Political Sciences, Philosophy and Communication
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The west University of Timisoara
Altough Timisoara is a pretty old city and has a lot of history you can see today more and more new bulidings that are shining and made of glass. A lot of Banks built in this style but there are a lot of new Office Building, Hotels and Administrative Buildings. The thing that impresed me the most is that the new bulildings fit very well with the old once and it makes a very good harmony.
Fondest memory: I remember that i saw the BRD Bank on the way to the football stadium. A pretty big and impressive building.
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.
Fondest memory: There are a lot students in Timisoara... some thousands. lot of them are good looking girls.
Favorite thing: Catch the soul of the city! Timisoara is a very important cultural center of Romania and you can even feel it in the air. The very central square named the Victory Square (here the Romanian revolution started) is guarded on one side by the magnificent Orthodox Cathedral and on the other side by the Opera House. Go on Sundays to attend the Orthodox service in the morning and in the evening at the Opera House for a classical delight. You will have a day like in a dream!
This is a picture from Timisoara's Heroes Cemetery, where most of the victims of the 1989 Coup d'Etat are buried.
1104 people died in December 1989. Before December 22nd 162 people died, 73 in Timisoara, 48 in Bucharest and 41 somewhere else in Romania. 3352 people were wounded. Some of the first victims were sent to Bucharest and cremated. The military had 260 dead, and 545 wounded. The 'Securitatea' 65 dead and 73 wounded.
Favorite thing: The Parks , The jazz Clubs , The cultural atmosphere of a University Center ..try to make friends there ...you will not regret ...they know how to have fun .The girls around ,are one of the most beautyfull I ever see ...onestly :)
Generaly,founded on the cross` roads
Fondest memory: A kind of God protection of the travelers,
Virtual Travelers need also protection,isn`t it?
visit Timisoara's home page at http://www.timisoara.ro
Fondest memory: the Central Square in July when there is the Festival of Fun.