Liberty square - the place where the revolution of 1989 started being the beginning of the end of communism in Romania.
Fountain on the Liberty square.
Flowers on the square.
Flowers and benches.
Park of roses.
One more pictures from the parc of roses.
St. Gheorghe, as far as I understood the patron of the city.
Monument with an absolutely great inscription - "to the glorious Romanian warrior, who fought against bolshevism and fascism for independence of the Homeland". Having minimal knowledge of WW2 history it's possible to say that an inscription "for bolshevism and fascism" would be correct as well. The guys are just optimistic. Whatever.
"Timisoara" hotel reflection in the front window of a bus.
A funny logotype of a wool factory. Well, maybe I saw something pervert here as usual. But it looks similar anyway, right?
North railway-station in Timisoara.
Monument of a she-wolf who breast-feeded (breast? hm) the founders of Rome.
An absolutely beautiful waitress Laura who didn't leave us die of thirst by bringing us some cold beer. Yours sincerelly is on the photo too.