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Excited about my upcoming book

I’ve been putting the finishing touches on the English-language manuscript of our travel guide for Timisoara European Capital of Culture 2023 and am still amazed at how interconnected the history of my hometown is with the rest of Central and Western Europe. But I also noticed something intriguing about the city’s bridges!
Did you know that the bridge at the end of Mihai Viteazu Blvd. is NOT called Mihai Viteazu, but rather Andrei Șaguna, while the bridge connecting Andrei Șaguna Street with Dorobanților Street is called – surprise-surprise! – Mihai Viteazul? And don’t expect Traian Bridge to take you to Traian Square either…
So, if you intend to visit next year (or any other year), you’ll probably need our book to make sense of things.😘 It includes stories, legends, photographs, maps, and lots of fun facts. Thank you, Amie McCracken, for the wonderful typesetting and design; I can’t wait to show it off, and I am grateful to have you on our team!
The book is due out on Amazon (paperback and e-book) in a few months. Will keep you posted!

#timisoaracapitalacultural #timisoara2023 #europeancapitalofculture #travel #romania #banat

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