The coat of arms of Romania contains multiple symbols with different meanings. Thus, the eagle stands for Wallachia, the province that is central to Romania’s history. The eagle is considered a symbol of Latinity as well as of courage, determination and power. On the bird's chest there are traditional crests of Romania’s major provinces (Top-left is Wallachia's, top-right is Moldavia, bottom-left are Banat and Oltenia and the two dolphins symbolise Dobrogea region - along the Black Sea).
These diacritics of the alphabet are an extra aspect that differentiates Romanian from other languages, even from its mother (Latin). There is no difficulty in pronouncing them as reading our words is extremely simple.
The colossal Parliament Palace (formerly known as the People's Palace) is the second largest administrative building in the world. Today, it houses Romania's Parliament and serves as an international conference centre. Built and furnished just with Romanian materials, the building reflects the work of the country's best artisans. Also, the interior is a luxurious display of crystal chandeliers, mosaics, oak panelling, marble, gold leaf, stained-glass windows and floors covered in rich…
The Danube Delta is the second largest in the world, after Volga Delta and part of the World Heritage Sites. It started forming in a bay of the Black Sea around 4000 BC. It is estimated that almost of the delta was constituted in the last 1000 years.