Iasi, #Romania, Castle. Visit the #castle's of the world with us! #Travel Membership that pays you the commission! Take the tour at www.myfunlife2.com

Iasi, #Romania, Castle. Visit the #castle's of the world with us! #Travel Membership that pays you the commission! Take the tour at www.myfunlife2.com

The Palatul Culturii, one of the largest buildings in Romania, which houses four museums (Museum of History, Museum of Art, Museum of Ethnography, Museum of Science and Technology). // Iaşi, Romania

The Palatul Culturii, one of the largest buildings in Romania, which houses four museums (Museum of History, Museum of Art, Museum of Ethnography, Museum of Science and Technology). // Iaşi, Romania

Iasi, Romania. Feeling homesick and missing my family...

Iasi, Romania. Feeling homesick and missing my family...

Iasi, Romania. Loved the stairs. "the yellow hole" i miss you Romania. My home away from home!

Iasi, Romania. Loved the stairs. "the yellow hole" i miss you Romania. My home away from home!

Iasi, the Palace of Culture

Iasi, the Palace of Culture

Biserica Sf. Nicolae Domnesc Iasi by valentin dontov, via Flickr

Biserica Sf. Nicolae Domnesc Iasi by valentin dontov, via Flickr

Iasi, Romania - it's where my dad's parents families are from. They escaped around WWI. Our name changed somewhere along the way.

Iasi, Romania - it's where my dad's parents families are from. They escaped around WWI. Our name changed somewhere along the way.

When Saint Paraskeva the New (11th cent Serbia) heard the Lord's teaching, “If any man will come after Me, let him deny himself,” she gave all her clothes to the poor. She became a nun at 15 and lived in a desert for 10 years, until an angel told her to return home. She died at age 27. Many miracles occurred near her grave, and her relics were uncovered incorrupt. Since the 17th century they reside in the Three Hierarchs Cathedral in Iasi, Romania.

When Saint Paraskeva the New (11th cent Serbia) heard the Lord's teaching, “If any man will come after Me, let him deny himself,” she gave all her clothes to the poor. She became a nun at 15 and lived in a desert for 10 years, until an angel told her to return home. She died at age 27. Many miracles occurred near her grave, and her relics were uncovered incorrupt. Since the 17th century they reside in the Three Hierarchs Cathedral in Iasi, Romania.

Dacian woman carrying the ancient symbol of her people, the wolf

Dacian woman carrying the ancient symbol of her people, the wolf

Iasi, ROMANIA.

Iasi, ROMANIA.

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