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I know this area since 2010. But now it's completely changed, everything working, very clean and elegant, totally renovated and closed to the traffic.
There are also a lot of good
restaurants, pubs and beer bars.
Only attraction at the site is the Archaeological Museum of Constanta. Otherwise, there is a statue of Ovidiu (or Ovid), a Roman poet that lived and died in Constanta (Tomis, in roman time). A number of restaurants and a short walk to the Mosque.
Ovidiu Square is a best choice to start an interesting visit of the old town of Constantza, ancient greek fortress of Tomis, where you can find a lot of spaces to enjoy / restaurants, bisto, bar, disco, into the old buildings of the town of...More
Founded in 1887 by the Italian sculptor Ettore Ferrari, the statue of the Roman poet Ovidius Publius Naso is located in the center of Constanta. The Sculptor Ettore Ferrari has created also the statue of Abraham Lincoln in New York, the monument to Garibaldi in...More
The square and museum desperately need EU money spent on them. The nearby promenade and beach are excellent. Better signage and information for tourists (e.g. buses) would help. That said, it is vibrant, exciting and rediscovering its previous confidence and glory!
The old town of Constanta is quite disappointing to us. We wanted to visit its old casino but it turned out closed and there is no explanation. All buildings in the centre are very run down and look a bit like deserted town. The square,...More
You find yourself in a magical place. Let the salty breeze invade your veins, capture the sun between your eyelids, listen to the wind whisper the stories of this land. You're following the footsteps of ancient poets, you're walking on stones thousands of years old,...More
In the middle of the square you'll see a statue depicting the poet Ovid.
The square looks nice, with benches to take a rest and admire the buildings around the square.
The history museum is located in the square and the grand mosque is visible...More