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I like how active the square is and I love the bunting(its nice to have a 3-colour flag). I'm glad Romania got some nice architecture in most cities unlike Ukraine.
If you are wondering it's the city's day tomorrow and 1 december it will be 100 years since our unification as a country
romanian insecurity at its finest
gotta cover everything with a gazillion flag, people might realize this city was not Romanian for most of history...
Nagyvárad (I'm not going to spell out the romanian butchering of this name) has been an important center for Hungarian culture, power for centuries. Many numerous of our kings were burried there. After the Ottoman wars it was splendidly rebuilt and greatly expanded at the turn of the last century, attested by the many beautiful art nouveau buildings in her downtown (all built and designed by Hungarians).
I mean there are some places in Transylvania and Partium I can accept that had substantial Romanian history, but not Nagyvárad. Nagyvárad was what is Debrecen today, an important, large and rich city of the plains, inhabited 90%+ by Hungarians. Nagyvárad was a city Romania had absolutely no justification taking away from us, there were zero historical, cultural or ethnical arguments. The only case they had was just pure greed.