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It links the St Nicholas Church on the hill with the rest of the old town. It takes you about 5-8 minutes to climb the stairs. Sometimes there is a guy singing at the entrance, making the walk more enjoyable.
That’s the count rhythm you need to get into your head for going up this stairway: 6 steps up + 2 steps to cover each landing. We went up the hill via the stairway and down the hill on the cobblestone path. Great views from...More
on the hill there is a high school and the idea was to protect the children on their way to school, during winter, mainly
it's a nice place, which brings you close to the church from above, an important Gothic church of Romania
Pace yourself-it is a hard climb but it is covered with rest stops. I made it but it was sad and slightly irritating to find a women sitting on one side and a child on the other begging for money. It left a small place...More
178 steps with a rest stop after each sixth step so it isn't too arduous. Worth the trip up these to see the Church and the old school. If you don't feel like coming down the same way, wander down through the cemetery at the...More
The black wooden covered stairs of the historic quarter of Sighisoara is a practic and nice idea, protecting children of those times - arround the 16 the century, and pls. forgive me of possibily not being extact with the period, since I'm writing it from...More