Timisoara Talmud Tora School
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Timisoara Talmud Tora School

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On February 4th my walk took you in the old "Fabric" quarter with some remarkable forgotten places as the Talmud Tora Hebrew school near the 4th sinagogue of the town and another ruin - seems that the "capitalism" is winning over many places and developes shopping malls and residencial areas instead of old houses, industry; many of those being remnants for 200 years

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A: Ruin Panorama 02 04 2011

by Valentin Arfire, 200 meters away

yet another ruin - a house that is falling apart due to neglect and obscure real-estate interests

Ruin Panorama 02 04 2011

B: Piata Traian in Timisoara, Romania

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C: Timisoara - Piata Traian

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D: Piata Traian

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E: Timisoara Dacilor Street View

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F: Piata Traian

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G: Piata Traian - marketplace in the square

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H: old sinagogue - today an undertaking business

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I: Badea Cartan

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Badea Cartan market seen from the bridge over Bega river

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J: Stonehedge of Timisoara

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