Snow has arrived!
Thanks, Neville!carol, I am not sure I have been here at the right time to see people up here. My favorite view was one morning when I watched lots of parents walking their kids to school (I think). They walked past the yellow building and turned right, before they reached the tower. That is what sent me to street view. :)
As mentioned earlier in this thread by Gwynn H,there is a photo posted on google street view of the view from the clock tower,carol ,search for Turnul cu ceas.
Good morning and a very happy 2018 to Skyline, hosts and friends all over the world. Just had a surprise to see folks walking around the balcony! What a great thing to do and i am wondering what the view is like?
Kellemes Karácsonyi Ünnepeket és Boldog Új Évet mindenkinek!Crăciun fericit și un An Nou Fericit!
I really do enjoy this skyline webcam, such a magical place especially late afternoon with the fading blue light. I have added this on my places to visit list for 2018. Skyline is great for travel ideas!
A thank you to the uploaders into 'photos' , ☀ Launa , ❄ Conte Dracula , and ❤ Darling of coarse. Always great to have a large library on a channel, 'time-lapse' is always fun too. EnJoy EnJoy ☺
14dec17--A Thank You to our host for sponsoring this 'live cam' view on the Barbican Clock Tower and Museum Square from the Venetian House in the hometown of Count Dracula Sighișoara - Transylvania, enchanting.
Audrey, no, it it quite a charming town via street view. So indulge! I haven't been to Romania and may run out of time, but this little town looks so interesting.
I still imagine wandering through the doorway - haven't looked on Google street view Gwynn in case my illusion/dream is spoilt. I'll just continue to let my mind wander.
Me, neither, carol, but like you, I love this view of the ancient tower! It was fun to look down from the tower itself from Google street view.
So beautiful in the evening! a very special place. Love this webcam, thank you
Thank you Gwynne H, I must do some research as i've become fascinated with the webcam view and know nothing about the place itself.
carol, as usual, seems to have been a process. Started in the late 1200s, mostly built in the 1300s, and top parts added in the 1600s after a fire.