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A Journey to the Balkans (57), formerly called "Crown Castle," was a fully German name, but was later changed to a Slavic name called Brasov

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Journey to the Balkans (57) was previously called "Crown Castle, a fully German name, but later changed to a Slavic name called Brasov."

In the 13th and 18th centuries, Brasov was a bulgarian territory, and after World War I, Romania, as a victorious power, acquired the territory. There used to be a lot of German residents living here, and the architectural style here is influenced by many German influences. Seeing the architecture here makes it feel like coming to Germany, Austria or the Czech Republic.

A Journey to the Balkans (57), formerly called "Crown Castle," was a fully German name, but was later changed to a Slavic name called Brasov
A Journey to the Balkans (57), formerly called "Crown Castle," was a fully German name, but was later changed to a Slavic name called Brasov
A Journey to the Balkans (57), formerly called "Crown Castle," was a fully German name, but was later changed to a Slavic name called Brasov
A Journey to the Balkans (57), formerly called "Crown Castle," was a fully German name, but was later changed to a Slavic name called Brasov
A Journey to the Balkans (57), formerly called "Crown Castle," was a fully German name, but was later changed to a Slavic name called Brasov
A Journey to the Balkans (57), formerly called "Crown Castle," was a fully German name, but was later changed to a Slavic name called Brasov
A Journey to the Balkans (57), formerly called "Crown Castle," was a fully German name, but was later changed to a Slavic name called Brasov
A Journey to the Balkans (57), formerly called "Crown Castle," was a fully German name, but was later changed to a Slavic name called Brasov
A Journey to the Balkans (57), formerly called "Crown Castle," was a fully German name, but was later changed to a Slavic name called Brasov

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