The Communist Consumer Museum

Timişoara’s reputation as a city of premieres continues to remain unflinched. This time, we are talking about an impressive collection of over 500 objects that Romanians used to buy before the year of ‘89, exhibited permanently in the basement of an old building from Timişoara. The Communist Consumer Museum is a premiere for Romania and […]

The Banaterra Castle from Srpska Crnja

In the frontier village of Srpska Crnja, located less than 10 km from Jimbolia, is the “youngest” castle from the Serbian territory of the Banat area. It was built during the Second World War, at the order of a Nazi general, on a plot of land that once belonged to the Csekonics Count. During the […]

The Neptun (Baths) Palace from Timişoara

In 2014, the full century was celebrated since the construction works at the Neptun (Baths) Palace were finalized. This is one of the most emblematic buildings of Timişoara, known for its large bath facility and swimming pool, both of which existed, not long ago, right here. Today, the edifice hosts office spaces for companies, a […]

The Iron Tree House from Timișoara

We have passed many times by this house, in the city of Timişoara, without even noticing it. It took a Romanian tour guide book from 1983, which was forgotten in an old library, to get us to notice the house that still keeps the Iron Tree of Guilds trunk, held in place with a metallic […]