East meets West into The Brancovenesc Architectural Style

Encompassing much of what Romanian culture is all about, the region developed an unique and stunning design known as the Brancovenesc architectural style.

The People's Palace in Bucharest - One Beast Of A Building - Explore like a Gipsy, Study like a Ninja

The People's Palace in Bucharest, also known as "The People's House" or the more common "The Palace of The Parliament" was built in the by the Romanian people.

The People's Palace in Bucharest - One Beast Of A Building - Explore like a Gipsy, Study like a Ninja

The People's Palace in Bucharest, also known as "The People's House" or the more common "The Palace of The Parliament" was built in the by the Romanian people.

East meets West into The Brancovenesc Architectural Style

Stavropoleos, also known as Stavropoleos Church (Romanian: Biserica Stavropoleos) during the last century when the monastery was dissolved, is an Eastern Orthodox monastery for nuns in central Bucharest, Romania. Its church is built in Brâncovenesc style.

The Covasna Inclined Plane - An Ingenious Pulley System Forgotten by Ignorance - Explore like a Gipsy, Study like a Ninja

10 Abandoned Destinations We Wish Were Still Populated - Located at the border between the former Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Romanian Principality, the small town of Covasna was an important industrial center for forestry and timber production.

Vertical Panoramas Of Several Churches Around The Globe - Page 6 of 16 - Explore like a Gipsy, Study like a Ninja

Bratislava, Slovakia Photographer Richard Silver has created the amazing photo series "Vertical Churches" that encompasses absolutely gorgeous vertical pan

Vertical Panoramas Of Several Churches Around The Globe - Page 3 of 16 - Explore like a Gipsy, Study like a Ninja

Vertical panorama of church ceiling - Budapest, Hungary

The Gates Of Belgrade - Relics Of Soviet Era Brutalist Architecture - Explore like a Gipsy, Study like a Ninja

Belgrade - City Presentation by Sawovsky - Page 4 - SkyscraperCity

The Iron Gates - Where The Danube River Starts to Boil - Explore like a Gipsy, Study like a Ninja

This last part of its journey start with The Iron Gates, where the Danube pierces through the Carpathian Mountains and the Balkan Hills.

The People's Palace in Bucharest - One Beast Of A Building - Explore like a Gipsy, Study like a Ninja

The People's Palace in Bucharest, also known as "The People's House" or the more common "The Palace of The Parliament" was built in the by the Romanian people.

East meets West into The Brancovenesc Architectural Style

Encompassing much of what Romanian culture is all about, the region developed an unique and stunning design known as the Brancovenesc architectural style.

East meets West into The Brancovenesc Architectural Style

Encompassing much of what Romanian culture is all about, the region developed an unique and stunning design known as the Brancovenesc architectural style.

East meets West into The Brancovenesc Architectural Style

List of World Heritage Sites in Romania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

East meets West into The Brancovenesc Architectural Style

Muzeul taranului roman / Museum of the Romanian Peasant in Bucharest.

Bringing the Portuguese Art of Azulejos into the 21st Century with Isabel Colher

The one decorative element which characterizes the Portuguese best, is without a doubt the azulejos. Isabel Colher is bringing them into the century.

Patrick Rogers of the Living Root Bridges Project is a man who tries to save one of humanity's best examples of working in perfect harmony with nature.

Patrick Rogers spent a month trekking through northeast India's jungle in 2015 and has since pledged to locate, map and measure the region's hidden living root bridges.

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