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Piaţa Libertăţii a avut mai multe denumiri în trecut precum: Piaţa de Paradă, Piaţa Prinţul Eugen. Iniţial piaţa s-a numit Piaţa de Paradă. În anul 1848, odată cu izbucnirea revoluţiei maghiare, numele pieţei se schimba în Piaţa Libertăţii. După ce armata austriacă a recucerit oraşul, piaţa s-a numit din nou Piaţa Prinţul Eugen.

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