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Rupea

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Rupea from the fortress.

Rupea is a town in Brasov. It was settled and founded by Saxon Germans in the 12th century.

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Rupea is on the mainroad E60 that links Brasov to Sighisoara, 70 km from Brasov and 50 km from Sighisoara.

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Rupea fortress.
  • 1 Rupea Citadel (Cetatea Rupea) (on the hill). A fortress dating from the 14th century. The fortress was extended in the 18th century, and a three-year restoration began in 2010. While the exterior has been restored the rooms are largely empty and not very interesting. Regular 4 lei, student 1 leu. Rupea Citadel (Q12723870) on Wikidata Rupea Citadel on Wikipedia
  • The German Church, built in the 14th century.

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  • The village Viscri, 11 km away. It is an old traditional village with a fortified church.
  • Visit famous Sighisoara, the only inhabited fortress in Europe.
  • The ruins of Saschiz, 20 km before Sighisoara.


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