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Cristianul Mare or Postavarul (“Mons Gymnicus” in documents) was named in German (“Schuler”) probably based on the fact that forest income went to the school (Schule) or, better said, to the students (Schüler) of the Brasov school (scola coronensis) founded by Johannes Honterus in 1543, students who went annually, especially in August, on a trip to Postavarul and “had fun with jokes and games”. Trips “in this form” ended in 1716. School administration of Honterus allowed only once a month trips to the mountains (exire ad montes).
The cabin can be found at the altitude of 1604 meters, on the northern side of the Postăvarul Massif ( Schuller (in German) | Keresztényhavasok (in Hungarian)) It was built as a shelter between 1881 and 1883 and was named Schulerhütte - Schuller Cabin. Since then, the cabin was constantly renewed and extended in size.
Today, the Julius Römer Cottage – Postavaru Cabin can accommodate up to 100 people. The views are spectacular, no matter the season, as you can see in the live webcam feed. In the winter, when ski season starts, you can see skiers and snowboarders sliding down the slopes of Lupului. Poiana Brasov is one of the most popular ski resorts in Romania!

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