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Mausoleum of Marasesti, Vrancea county, RO - The Mausoleum of Mărăşeşti is a memorial site in Romania containing remains of 5,073 Romanian soldiers and officers killed in the First World War and dedicated to the commemoration of the Battle of Mărăşeşti and Romanian Army members who were killed during World War I.  The memorial took architects George Cristinel and Constantin Pomponiu 15 years to build and was unveiled on 18 September 1938 by King Carol II.

Mausoleum of Marasesti, Vrancea county, RO - The Mausoleum of Mărăşeşti is a memorial site in Romania containing remains of 5,073 Romanian soldiers and officers killed in the First World War and dedicated to the commemoration of the Battle of Mărăşeşti and Romanian Army members who were killed during World War I. The memorial took architects George Cristinel and Constantin Pomponiu 15 years to build and was unveiled on 18 September 1938 by King Carol II.

Karoly Castle, Satu-Mare county, RO - The Karoly Castle from Maramures, Carei, was built o the place of an old baroque fortress, built by Karolyi family, in 1492. After one century, namely in 1592, due to frequent incursions of the Turks, Karoly Mihaly decided to strengthen the existing building. The castle has been destroyed and rebuilt several times until he got the form it has today.    Related to the past history of the castle, some legends have appeared mainly about Rakoczi Prince…

Karoly Castle, Satu-Mare county, RO - The Karoly Castle from Maramures, Carei, was built o the place of an old baroque fortress, built by Karolyi family, in 1492. After one century, namely in 1592, due to frequent incursions of the Turks, Karoly Mihaly decided to strengthen the existing building. The castle has been destroyed and rebuilt several times until he got the form it has today. Related to the past history of the castle, some legends have appeared mainly about Rakoczi Prince…

Rupea Fortress, Brasov county, RO - Rupea Fortress, located on the Northwestern side of Brasov county, was built on a basalt rock. The first trace of the citadel is on a document where the writers referred to it as Koholom citadel meaning the rock eminence. It is said that on that particular rock once existed a Roman camp, during the time Dacia was conquered by Romans. Later on, the Saxons and Hungarians who settled on these lands rebuilt the camp.     The first attestation dates back from…

Rupea Fortress, Brasov county, RO - Rupea Fortress, located on the Northwestern side of Brasov county, was built on a basalt rock. The first trace of the citadel is on a document where the writers referred to it as Koholom citadel meaning the rock eminence. It is said that on that particular rock once existed a Roman camp, during the time Dacia was conquered by Romans. Later on, the Saxons and Hungarians who settled on these lands rebuilt the camp. The first attestation dates back from…

Macea Castle, Arad county, RO - Although the traces of settlements on this place are very old, traces from the Neolithic and from the Bronze Age having been found on its territory, Macea was first mentioned in documents only in 1380, while Sânmartin in 1477. The Macea domain belonged over time to many Austrian, Hungarian or Montenegro noble families. After the wars concluded with the peace treaties from Karlovitz (1699) and Passarovitz (1718), the Imperial administration from Vienna donated…

Macea Castle, Arad county, RO - Although the traces of settlements on this place are very old, traces from the Neolithic and from the Bronze Age having been found on its territory, Macea was first mentioned in documents only in 1380, while Sânmartin in 1477. The Macea domain belonged over time to many Austrian, Hungarian or Montenegro noble families. After the wars concluded with the peace treaties from Karlovitz (1699) and Passarovitz (1718), the Imperial administration from Vienna donated…

Copsa Mare, Sibiu County, RO -  is a unique unspoiled Saxon village, situated only 2 km away from Biertan, famous UNESCO World Heritage site. It is in the center of the Transylvania Triangle formed by the historic cities of Brasov, Sighisoara and Sibiu. This part of Romania is famous for its fortified churches, its infinite and pristine landscapes and for its culture rich with tradition.

Copsa Mare, Sibiu County, RO - is a unique unspoiled Saxon village, situated only 2 km away from Biertan, famous UNESCO World Heritage site. It is in the center of the Transylvania Triangle formed by the historic cities of Brasov, Sighisoara and Sibiu. This part of Romania is famous for its fortified churches, its infinite and pristine landscapes and for its culture rich with tradition.

The Serbian Vicariate from Timisoara, Timis County, RO

The Serbian Vicariate from Timisoara, Timis County, RO

Union Square, Timisoara City, RO

Union Square, Timisoara City, RO

Manuc's Inn -  was, until it was recently shut for restoration and refurbishment, the oldest operating hotel building in Bucharest, Romania; it also housed a popular restaurant, several bars, a coffee-house, and (facing the street) several stores and an extensive bar. Its massive, multiply balconied courtyard hosted many performances and fairs and was a popular place for Romanian television crews to shoot folkloric performances. The hotel and restaurant were closed down in 2007 for…

Manuc's Inn - was, until it was recently shut for restoration and refurbishment, the oldest operating hotel building in Bucharest, Romania; it also housed a popular restaurant, several bars, a coffee-house, and (facing the street) several stores and an extensive bar. Its massive, multiply balconied courtyard hosted many performances and fairs and was a popular place for Romanian television crews to shoot folkloric performances. The hotel and restaurant were closed down in 2007 for…

Dacia Hotel from Satu Mare, RO  Dacia Hotel is a three star hotel in Satu Mare, Romania. The Secession style hotel, one of the few built in Transylvania, was built over the old city hall building which dated from 1768 - 1772[1].  The hotel has around 50 rooms, part of it being occupied by the Satu Mare State Philharmonic.

Dacia Hotel from Satu Mare, RO Dacia Hotel is a three star hotel in Satu Mare, Romania. The Secession style hotel, one of the few built in Transylvania, was built over the old city hall building which dated from 1768 - 1772[1]. The hotel has around 50 rooms, part of it being occupied by the Satu Mare State Philharmonic.

Art Museum of Timisoara, RO

Art Museum of Timisoara, RO

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