Jimbolia city centerJimbolia , Romania
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In the webcam you can see the very center of the city of Jimbolia, located in Timiș County, Transylvania, Romania. In the live stream you can see one of the main attractions – St. Wendelin church, originally built in 1766, then expanded and modified in 1876. The religious monument, shown in the online camera, acquired its present form in 1911. Today, St. Wendelin church with a bell tower 53 meters high is the tallest building in Jimbolia, where there is an online broadcast from.
The most interesting sights of Jimblia: Stefan Jäger Memorial House (Casa Memorială Ștefan Jäger), Florian’ Firefighters’ Museum (Museum of Pompierilor Florian), Dr. Karl Diel’ Memorial House (Casa memorială Dr. Karl Diel),”Sever Bocu” Press Museum (Muzeul Presei Sever Bocu).
Transylvania, where the city in the web camera is located, is a historical region of the northwestern part of Romania.
Historically, Transylvania has 9 administrative regions, the most interesting of which are in the south of the region: Brașov and Sibiu. Here are located: Bran Castle and Râşnov Citadel, which are in webcams on the Baltic Live Cam website, the Sinaia and Poiana Brașov ski resorts, the Piatra Craiului National Park.
In the area called Mureș there is a miniature medieval town of Sighişoara, included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The ruins of a medieval castle lie on the territory of the administrative center of the county Hunedoara in the city of Deva.
The Covasna region is famous for its mineral waters, curative mud and health resorts. Also there are the castle Castelul de Lut Valea Zânelor, Zebale and Devil’s Swamp.
Harghita is filled with cozy villages serving delicious homemade food. Not far from the resort of Tuşnad, there is the only volcanic lake in Romania St. Anna Lake.
Cluj-Napoca, which is also shown online on the Baltic Live Cam website, is the largest city in the region.
The county of Bistriţa-Năsăud is an alternation of Romanian, German and Hungarian settlements, resorts, picturesque lakes and mystical caves.
According to legend, Vlad III Dracula was born in the small town of Sighişoara and lived in Bran Castle, which can also be seen in the online broadcast on the Baltic Live Cam website.
In Transylvania, where the live stream takes place from, there is one of the residences of the Romanian kings – the majestic Peleş Castle, erected by order of King Carol I. Another castle located nearby – Pelişor (“Little Peles”) was built for the heir to the throne – the future King Ferdinand I. From the fortress there is a path to the Foişor Villa of ex-dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu, and a little higher you can walk to the 250-meter observation deck of the Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph.