Stavropoleos Monastery (Bucharest, Romania). The name Stavropoleos is a Romanian rendition of a Greek word, Stauropolis, meaning "The city of the Cross". www.romaniasfriends.com

Stavropoleos Monastery (Bucharest, Romania). The name Stavropoleos is a Romanian rendition of a Greek word, Stauropolis, meaning "The city of the Cross". www.romaniasfriends.com

Church of Sighisoara, seen from the walls of the old city, Romania. Sighisoara is one of the most beautiful and medieval looking cities in Transylvania or Romania

Church of Sighisoara, seen from the walls of the old city, Romania. Sighisoara is one of the most beautiful and medieval looking cities in Transylvania or Romania

Check out the roof on this quaint Romanian house- clearly old, but it works like a charm. I see plenty of houses without effective roofs in America.

Check out the roof on this quaint Romanian house- clearly old, but it works like a charm. I see plenty of houses without effective roofs in America.

Buzau city, Romania

Buzau city, Romania

University of architecture Ion Mincu, Bucharest

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University of architecture Ion Mincu, Bucharest

Aninoasa Monastery - Romania

Aninoasa Monastery - Romania

Craiova, The Holy Trinity Church | Flickr – Compartilhamento de fotos!

Craiova, The Holy Trinity Church | Flickr – Compartilhamento de fotos!

Traditional Neo-Romanian architecture  Bucuresti, Romania

Traditional Neo-Romanian architecture Bucuresti, Romania

Traditional Neo-Romanian architecture  Bucuresti, Romania

Traditional Neo-Romanian architecture Bucuresti, Romania

*Neo-Romanian architectural style* The Central School for Girls, Bucharest (1890-1892)  ION MINCU (1852-1912) - the Romanian architect who promoted a Romanian style in architecture and integrated into his works the specific traditional architecture with the Brâncovenesc style (a synthesis between the Byzantine, Ottoman, late Renaissance, and Baroque architecture) In recognition of its importance in the evolution of the Romanian school of architecture, since 1953 the University of…

*Neo-Romanian architectural style* The Central School for Girls, Bucharest (1890-1892) ION MINCU (1852-1912) - the Romanian architect who promoted a Romanian style in architecture and integrated into his works the specific traditional architecture with the Brâncovenesc style (a synthesis between the Byzantine, Ottoman, late Renaissance, and Baroque architecture) In recognition of its importance in the evolution of the Romanian school of architecture, since 1953 the University of…

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