Cetatea Taraneasca

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  • Address: Saschiz 547510, Romania
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +40 -265711602
  • Tags: Landmark, Historical Site, Family And Kids, Architecture , Fort

The fortress built in 1347, a few kilometers north of Saschiz in Romania, this is a historical landmark. It is visited by hundreds of tourists every year, who are curious about the history of the place. The fortress was built as a hiding spot for locals against frequent invasions. It was also used as a kind of storehouse for preservation of food. It is sprawled across 5000 square meters and is situated on a high plateau. The structure comprises the main building and six towers on the sides, giving it a majestic look. Legend has it that there are several underground tunnels and various mysteries that lie buried in this fortress. It is a superb location for a picnic for people who love history and architecture.

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  • Cetatea Taraneasca Address: Saschiz 547510, Romania
  • Cetatea Taraneasca Contact Number: +40 -265711602
  • Cetatea Taraneasca Timing: 24-hrs
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  • Saschiz Citadel dating from the 15th century is an imposing building, dominating the valley where the village and the lutheran St. Stefan church are situated. Nowadays a ruin, with outside walls and towers still standing, it used to be a flourishing trade hub competing with nearby Sighisoara citadel (which is wonderfully preserved). The acess road is unpaved making it rather difficult to reach the citadel. Once there the landscape is beautiful offering professional and amateur photographers the opportunity to take beautiful shots of the valley and the serpentine road crossing through.

  • Great! Must see

  • Good views, nice walk but pity the path is not maintained

  • Great place to visit in warm weather. If you like walks in the nature, try not to miss this place.

  • Wild place, hard to go there but a lot of history hidden for the civilisation

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