Bucharest Promenade

We all know that Paris is considered the most romantic city in the world. WhellBucharest, sometimes called “Little Paris”, has every chance to surprise the curious visitor, being a bohemian city with a rich history.
Bucharest knew how to hide its most valuable treasures along time,…

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Interview with Mihaela Carata

Mihaela Carata is a beautiful woman, she oozes a clean energy and she loves Romania. She is passionate about traveling, reading and discovering in any form. A curious woman, who, because of her love for Romania and her passion for beauty,

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Living fire

The life of Maramures is surrounded by mystery. A dreamlike scenery, a hiking that will stay in your heart forever and a game of nature that turns ice into a fireball.
Its visitors cross the mountain gorges, go down the lively valleys where rural traditions unravel beneath them like a museum that came to life.…

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The curious two-year-old

The curious is fascinating, it ravishes and surprises through contrasts. But most importantly, it creates sensations. It generates emotions. Any walk, whether long or short, fills you with positive thoughts and reveals feelings that you would otherwise bury in the daily routine.

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EuropaNova Festival – Brussels

2014…

Galerie Foto Festival 2014
EuropaNova Festival celebrates the languages, cultures and spiritualties of Eastern Central Europe and Balkans. This is part of the series of events that celebrate the European Day of Languages every year,

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Cafeaua si localurile

In Romania, obiceiul de a bea cafea dateaza din perioada domnitorilor fanarioti. In Bucuresti, prima cafenea s-a deschis in anul 1667, iar proprietarul era un turc originar din Constantinopol, pe nume Kara Hamie. Localul era amplasat pe locul unde astazi se afla Banca Nationala.

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Bucegi National Park

Situated in the Eastern part of the middle Carpathians and including the entire Bucegi mountain, Bucegi National Park unravels in front of the viewer like an amphitheatre with a southern opening and limited by steeps that often exceed 1000m. With a tectonic-structural and morphohydrographic western limit and with Valea Brateiului and Saua Bucsa in the south which separate the Bucegi mountains from the Leaota mountain,

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Romania has a great legacy to give to the world

On the list of the universal cultural patrimony, UNESCO included six Romanian sites: the churches in Moldavia, Sarmizegetusa Regia in Orastiei Mountains, Sighisoara’s historical centre, Horezu Monastery, the fortified churches in Transylvania and the wooden churched in Maramures. Another few proposals are still waiting for their confirmation,

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Brukenthal Nation Museum

Brukenthal Nation Museum, one of the first art museums in the world and the first one on Romanian territory has turned 196 years. Also as a national premier, the renowned art collection in Sibiu was registered in 2007 and a brand: “Brukenthal Brand”.

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The Red Pit

It looks like a reddish canyon lost in the timbered peaks of Padis-Scarisoara Mountains (Bihor county, near Vartop village): it is the Rusty Pit, a massive erosion of quartzites and clay, created by flashy streams. The natural monument,

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The Trout’s National Festival

In fiecare august, Festivalul National al Pastravului de la Ciocanesti (jud. Suceava) iti da ocazia sa fii dus cu pluta pe Bistrita Aurie, la propriu vorbind!
Uita de raftingul modern, urca pe bustenii lungi prinsi unul de celalalt si lasa-l pe plutasul priceput sa carmeasca pe apele repezi de munte.

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The Heroes Mausoleum at Mateias

Intrarea dinspre Campulung Muscel in Culoarul Rucar-Bran este strajuita de Mausoleul Eroilor de la Mateias, dedicat soldatilor romani cazuti la datorie in primul razboi mondial.
In spatiul expozitional din interior exista o camera speciala, unde este reconstituita vizual si auditiv o scena de lupta: transee,

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Trajan’s Bridge

La Drobeta Turnu Severin, din maretul Pod al lui Traian doar ruinele primului picior mai exista azi, dupa aproape 2000 de ani de la constructia proiectata de genialul arhitect Apolodor din Damasc. 20 de stalpi masivi si arce din lemn rezistente au sustinut initial greutatea podului de 1135 metri lungime,

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The oldest theatre in Romania

● A part of foreign tourists who make a stop in Oravita search for the oldest theatre in Romania, for a good reason: to see the inner hall decorated in the rococo style, an identical copy of the first National Theatre (Burgtheater) in Vienna –

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Frasinei Monastery

Frasinei Monastery (Muereasca village, Valcea county) only allows access to men, being the only orthodox institution in Romania where the avaton, a decision that forbids the presence of women in its precinct.

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Cristian locality near Sibiu

Although the fortified church (13th century) in the centre of the village is marked as a historical monument, Cristian locality near Sibiu is famous for a totally different reason: the stork nests. In the spring, on the electricity poles and on the houses’

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A long forest path

A long forest path surrounded by meadows crosses the mountains from Schela-Sambotin (Gorj county) towards Vulcan (Hunedoara county), through Valcan Gorge (1621 m) in Valcan Mountains. Its winding line sits almost in parallel with Jiului Valley, the grassy crests scattering on the left and on the right.

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A particular natural park

Between Danube’s arms, in Braila county, a particular natural park encourages bird lovers to prepare for birdwatching: from the few observatory towers or from marked paths, they can freely watch the aigrettes, cormorants, spoonbills and swans in the waterholes of the Small Island of Braila.

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