Bucharest, Romania

Bucharest, Romania

Catherine's Gate, Brasov, Romania. Catherine's Gate (Romanian: Poarta Ecaterinei) in Braşov, Romania, was built by the Tailors’ Guild, in 1559 for defensive purposes.

Catherine's Gate (Romanian: Poarta Ecaterinei) in Braşov, Romania, was built by the Tailors’ Guild, in 1559 for defensive purposes.

Palace of Culture, Iasi Romania http://www.rolandia.eu/the-palace-of-culture-iasi/

The Palace of Culture Iasi is a true symbol of the city. A former Palace of Justice, now it holds 4 museums and a Heritage Conservation-Restoration Center.

Curtea de Arges, Romania

Day trip to Brasov-Curtea de Arges-Poienari Fortress-Bucharest

Iasi Romania | Iasi Romania National Theatre

Iasi Romania travel guide, including tourist sites, history and places to stay.

LASI ( Pronounced ‘Yash’): This once was the capital of Moldavia and even the capital of Romania for a brief period at the beginning of World War I. It is known today as the Cultural Capital of Romania. Lasi follows the Romanian pattern of a history full of various ethnic groups, all of whom left their mark on the city. The city has a fascinating collection of religious buildings including the oldest surviving synagogue in Romania, an Armenian Orthodox Church, and several monasteries.

The 10 Most Beautiful Towns In Romania

LASI ( Pronounced ‘Yash’): This once was the capital of Moldavia and even the capital of Romania for a brief period at the beginning of World War I. It is known today as the Cultural Capital of Romania. Lasi follows the Romanian pattern of a history full of various ethnic groups, all of whom left their mark on the city. The city has a fascinating collection of religious buildings including the oldest surviving synagogue in Romania, an Armenian Orthodox Church, and several monasteries.

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