|15, 27.3128, 101.4033|
|• Province||Budshak Province|
|• Mayor||Ivan Ciungora|
|• Prefect||Vlad Hieremia|
|• Estimate (2011)||249,200|
Bruszar's "Old Town" (Centru Vechi) is internationally renowned for its baroque architecture and is one of the best-preserved city centers in Antharia. It was listed as a Ulethan Heritage Site in 1996. Tourists visit Bruzari to tour the historic center, visit the Fortress with Kremlin and the scenic montane surroundings.
The settlement was first mentioned under the name Brujari (Брꙋџáрй), which means in the regional Romanish dialect "peasants" or "cultivators", as bruj means in Romanish "earth".
The first known reference to Bruzari dates from 1047 as a meeting place of King Sviatoslav of Romany and the Quartian army, led by Prince Bellême II. At the time it was a minor town on the western border of Dukas-Toridava Principality.
In 1056, King Sviatoslav fortified the town with a timber fence and a moat. After 44 years, the Quartians under Charles II burned the city to the ground and killed its inhabitants.Kingdom of Romany. It was at this time that the Fortress of Bruzari, first mentioned in 1441 during the first Surian invasion, was first built. It would be destroyed and rebuilt more than three times over the course of following centuries. The 16th century would prove to be one of the most prosperous periods in the city's history up to that point. Many works of art would be added to the city, including: statues of the Romanish kings Janko of Budshak (Iancu de Bugeac), St. Stephen (Sân Ștefan), Enri and Ladislau, as well as the equestrian sculpture of St. King Justinian I (1529), the first proto-renaissance public square equestrian in Uletha.
|Provinces and counties in Antharia|
Bercea-Izvoare • Dragea • Ivireana • Năsăud • Vlașca-Sighet