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Traian Square

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The Traian Square, was initially called Fabric’s  Main  Square. It was charted and approved as such in 1744. The square was the center of the “Rascian Fabric”, i.e. the Orthodox Fabric.

Initially, the square was dominated by the church’s building and, especially, by its tower. On the north and south sides there were gardens. The west side, towards the Cetate district, was occupied by ground floor houses, displayed with the frontons to the street, just like in the Banat plain villages.

In the nineteenth century, continuous fronts towards the street began to be built, in the gardens between the houses. Afterwards, one-storey houses started to appear, and, by the end of the century, two-storey houses were also built.

 

 

 

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