On the far side of the neo-classical National Bank of Romania, which you may already have seen on my earlier post, are part of the ruins of a 17th century inn.
A few years ago, I was told, there was a heated debate on the city council between those who wanted to preserve the remains and those who were content to ignore it and cover it up. The preservers of history won the day.
To protect the archaeological site from the elements of nature and man, it was encased in glass. So now you'll have to look carefully (easier when enlarged) to distinguish the brick arch under spot light beneath the glass from the reflection of the bank on its surface.
From another angle:
And these are my Weekend Reflections.