|Copyright: Marius Secan (marius-secan)
|Date Taken: 2018-10-14|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2018-11-20 11:41|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Named for the sight of the Roman Catholic and the Serbian Orthodox temples facing each other, Unirii Square reflects the city's tolerant spirit. In the past, the square hosted religious ceremonies and military parades; today it serves as a stage for cultural events. The area's most notable buildings include the palace of the former prefecture, the bishop's residence executed in the "national Serbian" style, and the Viennese Baroque palace that houses an art collection. Notice the Baroque Statue of the Trinity, depicting the plague, famine, and war, in the middle of the square. The square also features an 18th-century fountain that once supplied the city with drinking water.|
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- [2018-11-20 17:28]
A perfect panoramic view at the correct time, well composed exposed beautiful and I love that. Just a desire to be there and could try to shoot.
- [2018-11-21 15:03]
Nice shot Marius, looks good in the Large version
- [2018-11-22 12:07]
Everything is pleasing to the eye, even the cobbles.
Bom dia Marius,
Very well done, spoting the lights.