Legends of Ceahlau

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It is said that somewhere in the mountain of Grinties, a rich shepherd had his sheepfolds, and which has raised beautiful house, but far from the village. It was ugly and pot-bellied, but his wealth made him the master of many beautiful things. Sunday, he came out dressed in rich vestments

It is said that somewhere in the mountain of Grinties, a rich shepherd had his sheepfolds, and which has raised beautiful house, but far from the village. It was ugly and pot-bellied, but his wealth made him the master of many beautiful things. Sunday, he came out dressed in rich vestments

Thundered Stones appear in front of your eyes, in heavy winter nights, as some strange appearances, rugged, that thrill you and take your thought away back to the old times when all of this world were born, when giants and ogres had not yet been punished by God, and Satan, expelled amongst

Thundered Stones appear in front of your eyes, in heavy winter nights, as some strange appearances, rugged, that thrill you and take your thought away back to the old times when all of this world were born, when giants and ogres had not yet been punished by God, and Satan, expelled amongst

Imagination takes you to the bloody year 106, when, conquering by sword and fire the Dacian provinces, after fierce fighting, the Roman armies came to surround the Sarmisegetuza fortress. The legend says that in a morning, when the torrent of invaders was very strong and the fall of the fortress seemed certain,

Imagination takes you to the bloody year 106, when, conquering by sword and fire the Dacian provinces, after fierce fighting, the Roman armies came to surround the Sarmisegetuza fortress. The legend says that in a morning, when the torrent of invaders was very strong and the fall of the fortress seemed certain,

In the days of Alexandru, who for his own people was “the Good”, among his boyars none was able to surpass the young Highlander Budu in valiancy and beauty, at the foot of Ceahlău, which has proved to be skilled in both mace throwing toward the of heads wild beasts, and the

In the days of Alexandru, who for his own people was “the Good”, among his boyars none was able to surpass the young Highlander Budu in valiancy and beauty, at the foot of Ceahlău, which has proved to be skilled in both mace throwing toward the of heads wild beasts, and the

Elders were saying that on these places, was a few centuries ago a shepherd, who came from somewhere in Transylvania, a tutuian (shepherd from Transylvania), as people called it. He was very worthy that he could manage to put the bear down with a single effort, and he was handsome, and besides

Elders were saying that on these places, was a few centuries ago a shepherd, who came from somewhere in Transylvania, a tutuian (shepherd from Transylvania), as people called it. He was very worthy that he could manage to put the bear down with a single effort, and he was handsome, and besides

It is said that where Ceahlău is placed nowadays, long time ago was a stonemasonry of an unsurpassed craftsman, but as skilled he was so as sullen he was. He was brightening only when he saw Dochia, his daughter, besides him, and he loved her as his own eyes. The craftsman Onu

It is said that where Ceahlău is placed nowadays, long time ago was a stonemasonry of an unsurpassed craftsman, but as skilled he was so as sullen he was. He was brightening only when he saw Dochia, his daughter, besides him, and he loved her as his own eyes. The craftsman Onu

Stănilă was the last of the five sons of a woman from Pintec village who had not got to see any of them married, four of them have died of swift death and the little one was still a child. They were told Stănilă’s, because they were tall and strong like a

Stănilă was the last of the five sons of a woman from Pintec village who had not got to see any of them married, four of them have died of swift death and the little one was still a child. They were told Stănilă’s, because they were tall and strong like a

Descending under Ocolasul Mare towards the Glade of Nuns we are passing under the Dacian Pavilion and Doric Column, near by Ocolasul Mic, wherefrom a Dacian image is gazing from the rock, we are heading to the Rooster’s Ridge. To the left, two rocks with strange shapes are welcoming you, similar to

Descending under Ocolasul Mare towards the Glade of Nuns we are passing under the Dacian Pavilion and Doric Column, near by Ocolasul Mic, wherefrom a Dacian image is gazing from the rock, we are heading to the Rooster’s Ridge. To the left, two rocks with strange shapes are welcoming you, similar to

The story says that after dismounting, Dragoş Vodă was walking through Moldavia to search good places for hunting, to see the lands and people. Arrived on the valley of Bistrita, Dragos and his companions reached the Linden’s Stone, and from there went on the valley of Hermitage brook. Imperceptibly they arrived at

The story says that after dismounting, Dragoş Vodă was walking through Moldavia to search good places for hunting, to see the lands and people. Arrived on the valley of Bistrita, Dragos and his companions reached the Linden’s Stone, and from there went on the valley of Hermitage brook. Imperceptibly they arrived at

None of Ceahlău’s rocks lit the imagination of bards more than Dochia and Panaghia. The rock of Panaghia, located near of the “blunted” top of Toaca, raises majestic and brilliant in sunlight. The sun still loves her and sends his caressing beams which surround her with an arm of amorous… It

None of Ceahlău’s rocks lit the imagination of bards more than Dochia and Panaghia. The rock of Panaghia, located near of the “blunted” top of Toaca, raises majestic and brilliant in sunlight. The sun still loves her and sends his caressing beams which surround her with an arm of amorous… It


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