Rope Street (Strada Sforii)

Geninna Ariton
Article By: Geninna Ariton
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Rope Street (Strada Sforii) is the narrowest street in Romania and the 5th in the world. It was built to help firemen with records of its existence dating back to the 17th century. But really, just soak it all in and feast your eyes on all the messages scrawled on the walls. And leave a mark as well, so don't forget to bring a Sharpie (or any writing material for that matter). Consider writing on the wall a testament of your undying love for your significant other, akin to the padlock craze in other countries. There used to be a museum just across the statue of a lady covered in ropes (please see photos above), but it has long been abandoned. Photo credit: Geninna Ariton
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