After taking the photo of men playing chess at Budapest’s train station, and heading to Brasov, Romania, for five nights of friends and fun, it was time to venture to my next stop — Cluj-Napoca.

This college town was gorgeous. One of the main squares, by day, was incredibly beautiful. But, once the sun went down, I loved the little fountain feature where tiny bursts of bubbling water would jet out from the sidewalk, lit in a variety of colors.

 

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  1. I love your way of capturing a city’s atmosphere with just one photograph. Cluj – Napoca looks even nicer now, since you’ve been there. You should visit Romania again and explore more of the Transylvania region. I’m sure you would like it.

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