The university is the back drop of a large square. It was busy with a theater festival when we visited. There was also a group of protesters walking through. It seemed peaceful, but we avoid protests when traveling so we did not linger. Interesting how many public buildings came to be called palaces -- my understanding is that other countries in Europe had palaces and Romania did not want to be left out.
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