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Address: Piata Unirii 2-3, Brasov 500123, Romania
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Mediveal Romanian school

Do include this gem in your itenary. The teacher there explains in Romanian, thus take a English speaking guide with you to enjoy the stories of this old school. Must for... read more

Reviewed 2 August 2016
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Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam
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Reviewed 2 August 2016

Do include this gem in your itenary. The teacher there explains in Romanian, thus take a English speaking guide with you to enjoy the stories of this old school. Must for history buffs

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Reviewed 26 July 2016 via mobile

The first romanian scool lasts from year 1495 and was established near the St. Nicolae church. An old teacher takes care of the museum and explain with great passion all about the history of the place. Interesting experience.

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Brasov, Romania
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Reviewed 12 July 2016

Every Romanian or foreign traveler must know the Romanian part of the city, its past and links with the Romanian fight for an education. The guide is a very dedicated historian and author. Meet priet Vasile Olteanu, a living treasure of the town!

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Reviewed 9 July 2016 via mobile

Small museum in the courtyard of St. Nicholas church in Brasov (Schei). The main display consists of very old Romanian books, some of them very rare or even unique. In the rooms dowstairs the printing press on which the first texts in Romanin were printed is on display. You can also see a XIX century class room. The guide is... More 

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Reviewed 27 June 2016 via mobile

Unfortunately the museum was closed in the middle of the week and between the opening hours. We asked somebody where is the man that stands at the reception and his response was " He's busy and he opens the museum just for big groups who made an appointment before". Big dissapointment, regarding that I was thrilled about this museum in... More 

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Constanta, Romania
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Reviewed 24 March 2016

Important museum for romanian school , part of history of our nation . Thank you Mr.Vasile Oltean for class lesson !

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Thank Liviu F
Brasov, Romania
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Reviewed 24 March 2016

the First Romanian School is as it's name says,the first Romanian school not only in Brasov but in Romania in general;it was founded during the 16th century and is a place full of pride and respect especially for the Romanian population;here we find the oldest printed books with Kyrilic letters,books which are considered the beginnings of Romanian literature;especially during Communist... More 

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Thank Ulysses336
Romania
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Reviewed 16 March 2016 via mobile

It is an amazing place .If it is not open ask in a church about mr Vasile Oltean . It is a very special person an give you a lot of informations and told you a lot of storys about the museum .

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Reviewed 8 March 2016

Tucked to the side of St Nicholas Cathedral, this school that opened in 1292 is a treasure for everyone. From the original desks to the ancient school books and bibles, from old costumes to copies of some of the oldest maps. Try to be there when the curator, Professor Vasile Oltean is there - he is a fountain of knowledge... More 

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Reviewed 19 February 2016

This is ine of the most important institutions of Brasov, as it was the first school in the city to teach in Romanian after hundreds of years of Hungarian occupation. Even though it could do with a bit of renovation, the building offers a rare insight of the actual way in which a public school looked like 200 years ago.... More 

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