Prima Școală Românească, Brasov

Categories: Architectural Buildings, History Museums, Museums, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
At Prima Școală Românească, sit behind the desks at which Romania's notable people learned to write their first letters. The school was built on the grounds of the 16th-century church of St. Nicholas and remained in use until 1941. Find out more about the beginnings of typography in Brasov in the Coresi room. The library stores 6,000 schoolbooks. At the museum next door, see the oldest Bible printed on goat skin, the oldest letter in the Romanian language written in the Latin alphabet, and the first Romanian printing press. Ask the school guide to demonstrate how the printing press operates. Work out when and for how long to visit Prima Școală Românească and other Brasov attractions using our handy Brasov vacation planner.
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  • A few steps from the Church of San Nicola and within the same square is the first Romanian school, now a museum. Interior and exterior fairly treated. A journey into the past. Admission fee (approximately 2.5 euro per person), on two floors. Open in about 30 minutes.
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  • We were charged 10 lei per person to enter a room about 5 by 5 meters big. A Romanian lady with a child entered for free. The keeper took our money into his pocket and never gave us tickets. The museu...  read more »
  • It is the first school that took place in Romania. The Pope who explained it to us dated in the 16TH century its operation. Skill and amenity that made your explanation we loved it all.
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  • This has been the first school opened in Rumania ( 1495 ). Very interesting to see. Ottoman Empire, Habsburg Empire and Rumanian landlords has been fighting for this land for centuries.
  • A must-see sight in Brasov. Also hosts a geocache hotel.
  • Necessary visit, while in Brasov
  • My son was impressed visiting this school-church-museum.
  • Mostly a church where they started teaching the youngsters of the more noble class how to read and write.
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