The Black Church
The Black Church is the largest Gothic church in Transylvania and the largest sacral building in Romania.
It is impossible to tell of a city in a few words. Sibiu is a city which must be seen. The city of Sibiu is a veritable open-air museum, with houses dating from the fourteenth century and with a specific atmosphere that can be found in few European cities.
Today, the fortress of Sighișoara is as alive as it was several hundred years ago, while sheltering the leaders of Transylvania.
The Medieval Circuit in Transilvania, part of the Protected Areas Information Point in Brasov
ARPCPS is now part of the Protected Areas Information Point in Brasov created by ProPark - Fpundation for Protected Areas.
This Information Point is situated inside of the History Museum in Brasov which hosts the Touristic Information Point of the city of Brasov.
Inside the Protected Areas Information Point the tourists can find free information materials about the protected areas in Brasov and about the medieval circuits that our NGO has promoted through the project Medieval Touristic Circuit in Transilvania.
Photo exhibition in Brasov,Tractorul Park
Photo exhibition Timisoara, May 18 - 20 2012
The fifth photo exhibition of the Medieval Circuit in Transilvania will take place starting with the 18th of May in Bucharest. The location is Lipscani (between the Romanian National Bank and BCR). The exhibition in Bucharest will end on May 20 at 18.00 PM. The visitors will receive the album of the exhibition, calendars, student agendas, the map of the circuit and T-shirts.more details
Timisoara Photo Exhibition
Photo Exhibition Sibiu Small Square
The large scale photo exhibition of the project Medieval Touristic Circuit in Transilvania will take place in Sibiu between the 27th and the 29th of April 2012 in Piata Mica (The Small Square), on the pedestrian area in front of the House of Arts.more details
Photo exhibition Mures
April 20th-22nd 2012more details
Photo exhibition Brasov
Photo exhibition in Brasov, Piata Sfatului, 6 - 8 April 2012more details
March 30th 2012more details