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Prima Scoala Romaneasca

Piata Unirii 2-3, Brasov 500123, Romania
+40 268 511 411
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Brasov Old Town Small-Group Walking Tour
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Piata Unirii 2-3, Brasov 500123, Romania
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Especially if you are a Romanian, this school is a must-see. It's not expensive and it's in a nice part of town where there are other attractions too.It's a beautiful piece of history.

Thank Paul N
Reviewed 3 days ago

In the courtyard of the Saint Nicholas Church there is the museum that houses the first Romanian speaking school. This building was initially the place where the deacon Coresi printed the first Bible written in the Romanian language, in the XVI century. This is a...More

Thank Gabriela C
Reviewed 17 June 2017

I had no idea this place even existed. We stopped by during our tour of Brasov and I'm glad to have discovered this hidden gem.

Thank Dana A
Reviewed 18 April 2017

If you are looking for learning more about Romanian school start and writings, go to this place. You will find a very nice priest who has read a LOT of books and who can tell you such beautiful history of the Romanians that you will...More

Thank Imagedirector
Reviewed 2 March 2017

This was an unexpected jewel in our visit. The history of the school and also the history of Romania is fascinating. The caretaker of the museum is a very well know author and historian and has wonderful stories to tell. There are also some of...More

Thank Stuart S
Reviewed 30 December 2016

There's much more to visit here than the actual first Romanian school. There is a large collection of very important and interesting documents that you won't expect to find here (for example the first printed text in Slavonic), all because of a lot of research...More

Thank Vladimir1998
Reviewed 4 December 2016 via mobile

We had no idea what kind of treasure Brasov hides in this place... The custodian that is also a priest and acts as your guide is a man who loves and cherisses the history of our country. He talked to us about the beauty and...More

Thank Deea S
Reviewed 13 November 2016

It is not far away from the Old City Center of Brasov, very close to a very old Romanian Church so you can have the opportunity to visit 2 in one. The first old scool in Romania is also a great museum not only for...More

Thank Shinmyoken
Reviewed 23 October 2016

If you arrive in Brasov, don't miss this attraction. Is the first romanian school, a place full of history.

Thank r0ny1990
Reviewed 22 October 2016

The Priest / Curator is a wonderful character and very proud of his establishment. His knowledge is amazing but so is his sense of humour, a wonderful visit that is perhaps not on the general tourist map. Th e visitor is well rewarded if you...More

Thank newforester
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