The Romanian Sphinx of the Bucegi Mountains ~ is a rock shaped by wind and other natural phenomena.

The Romanian Sphinx, Bucegi Mountains, Romania.

The Romanian Sphinx, Bucegi Mountains, Romania The Sphinx is a natural rock formation in the Bucegi Natural Park which is in the Bucegi Mountains of Romania. It is located at an altitude of metres, a walk from the Babele.

Romania. "Râpa Roşie", the red cliffs of Transylvania.

'Rapa Roshie' (The Red Steep), The Romanian “Canyon” near Sebeş, Alba County, West of Romania.

Ock statue of Dacian King Decebal on the Danube River, Romania

Rock sculpture -m high) of King Decebalus, the last king of the Dacians, Located on an outcrop on the Danube at the Iron Gates, which form the border between Romania & Serbia. Tallest rock sculpture in Europe.

Voronet Monastery, Suceava - ROMANIA. Is one of the most striking examples of pure Moldavian style. The bright azure exists on the walls of the sanctuary since 1540. (wonderfulromania.ro/turistderomania.ro)

Is one of the most striking examples of pure Moldavian style. The bright azure exists on the walls of the sanctuary since (wonderfulromania.

Voronet Monastery, Romania. The Jerusalem of Romanian people, Bucovina is famous for its 8 unique painted monasteries admitted to the UNESCO list of universal art monuments

The Jerusalem of Romanian people, Bucovina is famous for its 8 unique painted monasteries admitted to the UNESCO list of universal art monuments

Traditional Romanian handcrafted pottery plates and jugs exposed at a pottery fair from Sibiu

Traditional Romanian handcrafted pottery plates and jugs exposed at a pottery fair from Sibiu. Similar to Hungarian pottery.

Mircea the Elder, ruler of Wallachia (from 1386 until 31 January 1418) and grandfather of Vlad Ţepeş (Dracula, or the Impaler). The "bravest and ablest of the Christian princes", as he was described by German historian Leunclavius, ruled Wallachia for 32 years. Apart from his military success, Mircea was an art lover, leaving among other monuments, the beautiful Cozia Monastery.

Domnitori romani: Mircea cel Bătrân (n. 1355 - d.

Sarmizegetusa Regia

Before the Romans conquered Romania and settled it so heavily that it ended up with their name, it was called Dacia. The Dacians were a coll.

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