Brancusi's Table of Silence commemoratea the courage and sacrifice of Romanian civilians who in 1916 fought off a German invasion.

Brancusi "Table of Silence" (Targu-Jiu, Romania / In the city of Targu Jiu, in Oltenia province on the southern border of the Carpathian Mountains)

Constantin Brancusi -  Endless Column  - Targu Jiu, Romania, restored after 2000.  The monument was commissioned by the National League of Gorj Women to honor those soldiers who had defended Târgu Jiu in 1916 from the forces of the Central Powers. Brâncuşi was at the time living in Paris, but welcomed the opportunity to create a large commemorative sculpture in his homeland. He accepted the commission in 1935, but refused to receive payment for it.

Constantin Brâncuşi-The Endless Column, outdoor sculpture , displayed in Targu Jiu, Romania

Masa Tacerii Targu Jiu

Constantin Brancusi was a Romanian sculptor, painter and photographer who built his career in France. He is considered a pioneer of modernist sculpture.


Transfagarasan, Romania: Transfagarasan is internationally recognized for its natural beauty. Located in the Carpathian Mountains, between Moldoveanu and Negoiu, this route offers to the travelers a spectacular scenery on the slopes.

Constantin Brancusi - Poarta sarutului (The Gate of Kiss).

Muntii Parang - Peisaje de vis

Muntii Parang - Peisaje de vis

Transalpina - Munții Parâng  Parâng Mountains - Romania

Transhumance by Ioan Balasanu on Parangul Night Challenge, Parang Parangul Night Challenge, Parang