November 15, 2016


Go to historical monuments

historical monuments

Go to the triptychs

the triptychs

Go to heroes monuments

heroes monuments

Go to the princess’s beech

the princess’s beech

Go to the ginkgo biloba tree

the ginkgo biloba tree

Go to other attractions

other attractions

Please take note that the historical monuments, 8 by number – old houses officially stated as historical monuments, can not be visited on the inside, but only photographed. Part of the anthropic objectives along with the following: the triptychs, 3 by number – pedestals belonging to a local sculptor built to honour the memory of our ancestors & the heroes monuments, 4 by number, they are all displayed randomly in our town. Regarding other attractions, also anthropic, The ”Toma Cantacuzino” Mansion & The ”Ion Manolescu” Local Cultural Center are just ruined buildings at the moment. With respect to the local highschool & military college we do not see them as touristic objectives. Likewise, the Ginkgo Biloba Tree it is well protected within the military college & out of the touristic circuit.
We warmly guide you to turn your attention mainly to  the following:

  1. The Princess’s Beech – an impressive centuries-old tree belonging to the Fagus sylvatica species;
  2. Gurga Cross – belvedere point over ”Breaza de Sus” neighborhood;
  3. Saint Nicholas Church, built in 1777.

Hoping that all other natural objectives will testify personally for your visit in our town, we invite you to DISCOVER BREAZA!