This is Rákóczi Stairs in sunset hues. The passage is the work of master architect Pál Soós, who made the stairs among other significant buildings throughout the town at the turn of the 20th century. It provides a splendid sunset scene with climbing plants lining its sides. The decorative pixel art and graffitis however are much later additions.
It is named in honour of Ferenc Rákóczi II, prince (fejedelem) of the Kingdom of Hungary and Transylvania and leader of the Hungarian uprising against the Habsburg Empire in the 18th century.
Marosvásárhely / Târgu Mureş lies at the junction of three geographical regions (Mezőség / Câmpia Transilvaniei, Maros Valley and Nyárádmente) at about 220 meters above sea level. The city extends onto both banks of the Maros / Mures river, however, the downtown area and the greater part of the districts are located on the left bank. The Somos-high is the city's highest point (465m above sea level, GPS co-ordinates: width N 46° 33,1840'; lenght E 24° 35,9050' ) The city's climate is moderately continental.The city is surrounded by the following townships: Marosszentgyörgy (Sîngeorgiu), Jedd (Livezeni), Marosszentanna, Marosszentkirály, Koronka (Corunca) and Maroskeresztúr.Distances between Târgu Mureş / Marosvásárhely and some of the major cities in Romania: * Bucharest: by rail 448 km, by road 346 km * Brasov / Brassó / Kronstadt: by rail 282 km, by road 171 km * Cluj-Napoca / Kolozsvár 127 km by rail, by road 105 km * Sibiu / Nagyszeben / Hermannstadt by rail 189 km, by road 124 km