Fall, in Bucharest - Bucharest was once known as the "Paris of the East".

Fall, in Bucharest - Bucharest was once known as the "Paris of the East".

The "People's Palace", now known as the Palace of the Parliament, is the world's largest civilian building, most expensive administrative building, and heaviest building. Ceausescu intended the palace to be his personal home and government base. Having 1,100 rooms & 2 underground parking garages, it is 12 stories tall, with 3,700,000 interior sq ft.   Ceauşescu would have lived here, in stark contrast to the squalor and poverty of his surrounding neighbors.

The "People's Palace", now known as the Palace of the Parliament, is the world's largest civilian building, most expensive administrative building, and heaviest building. Ceausescu intended the palace to be his personal home and government base. Having 1,100 rooms & 2 underground parking garages, it is 12 stories tall, with 3,700,000 interior sq ft. Ceauşescu would have lived here, in stark contrast to the squalor and poverty of his surrounding neighbors.

Oradea, Romania.

Oradea, Romania.

Sighișoara

Sighișoara

Neamt citadel

Neamt citadel

Romania

Romania

Historic region of Erdély, Segesvár ( after injustice Treaty of Trianon Sighișoara ), Romanians left to perish in the ancient Hungarian buildings,	Hungarian noble castles

Historic region of Erdély, Segesvár ( after injustice Treaty of Trianon Sighișoara ), Romanians left to perish in the ancient Hungarian buildings, Hungarian noble castles

Lake Saint Ana, Transylvania

Lake Saint Ana, Transylvania

Durau, Ceahlau Mountains, Romania

Durau, Ceahlau Mountains, Romania

108 Cetatea Sucevei

108 Cetatea Sucevei

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