ROMANIA – Continuing where I left you in the last post, I will now show you some more of my second day in Oradea, starting on the southern bank of southern bank of the Crișul Repede river.
Leaving the centre of Oradea on Strada Moscovei, a side of Calea Unirrii (Oradea’s high street, see the previous post):
This particular district hides another of the city’s main sights: the Episcopal palace, that must have been built slightly out of town in the 18th century. It was designed by Austrian architect Franz Anton Hillebrandt, and was inspired by the Belvedere in Vienna. I didn’t get any pictures of the front of the building because the bright afternoon sun was shining directly behind it.