That's a big square located near Old Town, with huge statues of historical personalities and two old buildings are also located in there.
Average size square surrounded by historic buildings. Renamed in 1989 after the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of Ceucesco and communismn in Romania.
At the end of the day, it’s a civic square - there’s not much to do here in and with the square itself. But, for 20 minutes of your day, it’s definitely worth visiting to see the scale of the place and to get a feel for the history. Being the site of Ceauşescu’s final speech,…
These statues and the Square are stark reminders of the hardships and sacrifices made by the people of Romania during Communist rule and their subsequent overthrow of a dictator and an oppressive regime.
The buildings are very impressive and the statue of King Carol on a horse, good photo opportunity and part of history when the communists fell from power.