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Famous painting by Johannes Vermeer about a mysterious girl with a pearl earring. The Mona Lisa of the Netherlands.

Famous painting by Johannes Vermeer about a mysterious girl with a pearl earring. The Mona Lisa of the Netherlands.

The coat of arms of Romania was adopted in the Romanian Parliament on 10 September 1992 as a representative coat of arms for Romania. It is based on the Lesser Coat of Arms of the Kingdom of Romania (used between 1922 and 1947), redesigned by Victor Dima. As a central element it shows a golden aquila holding a cross in its beak and a mace and a sword in its claws. It also consists of the three colors: red, yellow, and blue, which represent the colors of the national flag.

The coat of arms of Romania was adopted in the Romanian Parliament on 10 September 1992 as a representative coat of arms for Romania. It is based on the Lesser Coat of Arms of the Kingdom of Romania (used between 1922 and 1947), redesigned by Victor Dima. As a central element it shows a golden aquila holding a cross in its beak and a mace and a sword in its claws. It also consists of the three colors: red, yellow, and blue, which represent the colors of the national flag.

Symbol of World war II in the Netherlands. Anne Frank was a Dutch Jew that was hiding from the Nazi's during the second world war. She kept a diary of her experiences during this time and her development in to becoming a mature woman.

Symbol of World war II in the Netherlands. Anne Frank was a Dutch Jew that was hiding from the Nazi's during the second world war. She kept a diary of her experiences during this time and her development in to becoming a mature woman.

The structure of Romanian traditional clothing has remained unchanged throughout history and can be traced back to the earliest times. The basic garment for both men and women is a shirt or chemise, which is made from hemp, linen or woollen fabric. This was tied round the waist using a fabric belt, narrow for women and wider for men. The cut of this basic chemise is similar for men and women.

The structure of Romanian traditional clothing has remained unchanged throughout history and can be traced back to the earliest times. The basic garment for both men and women is a shirt or chemise, which is made from hemp, linen or woollen fabric. This was tied round the waist using a fabric belt, narrow for women and wider for men. The cut of this basic chemise is similar for men and women.

A traditional living room in Romania, but now is used as a sightseeing place.

A traditional living room in Romania, but now is used as a sightseeing place.

A traditional Romanian house. This kind of houses can be found in the north zone of Romania.

A traditional Romanian house. This kind of houses can be found in the north zone of Romania.


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