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Timisoara - Piata Traian
Timisoara

Traian Square of Timisoara

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Trajan is a market in Timisoara. Fabric is the center of historic district. In the past it was called Kossuth tér and Hauptplatz. It was designed by military engineers in 1740, the center of old factories and is a smaller replica of the square union. It housed the market daily and weekly fairs.

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