The paper presents some tangible evidence and past realities in close correlation with the evidence brought to light by excavations, archaeological researches and the management of works, as well as interpretations based on them. It summarizes data collected based on the project of a 4 star hotel, , the documented information as well as, the information to be made available by the archaeologists team contracted to carry out the archaeological discharge, due to the start of the works on the basis of the Authorization for preventive archaeological research: No. 79 / 05.05.2016, issued by the Ministry of Culture, RAN Code: 155252.06, but also due to the legal obligations regarding the obligation of the beneficiaries to ensure the archaeological discharge related to the investment project situation.
Starting with March 2016, I had temporarily fulfilled the role of Project Management Consultant for the construction of a 4–star Hotel in the Cetate Area of Timisoara, for a year, on the basis of a service contract, until the works in the site were temporarily suspended for about 11 months at the end of 2016, independent of the way the works were carried out, and the archaeological discharge was completed at the date of works suspended, in proportion of approx. 75% of the required area of the project.
The purpose of this paper, was first of all, a pragmatic one, to understand how the history of Banat region and Timisoara, and more precisely of the studied area „CETATE”, has evolved to the present day, determining the architectural furnishing of the central urban space, with the cultural influences specific to the Ottoman administration – after 1552, and the administration of the territory by the Austro–Hungarian Empire, after October 18, 1716, when Prince Eugene of Savoy made his triumphal entry into the city of Timisoara.
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