Timisoara, Romania city square- seen from the top of the Orthodox Cathedral.    |   Discover Amazing Romania through 44 Spectacular Photos

Discover Amazing Romania through 44 Spectacular Photos

Timisoara city from Romania seen from the top of the Orthodox Cathedral. Discover Amazing Romania through 44 Spectacular Photos

Targoviste Castle where Vlad Tepes impaled hundreds of victims

Romania Travel Inspiration - Targoviste Castle where Vlad Tepes impaled hundreds of victims

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

5 Amazing Restaurants in Bucharest- Traveling, we've eaten a lot of really delicious menu items and had an equal share of truly terrible restaurant fare. Some cities were better than others for offering a selection of great places to eat, Bucharest, Romania was one of those delightful destinations!

5 Amazing Restaurants in Bucharest

Cheile Bicazului National Park, Hășmaș, Romania

Cheile Bicazului National Park, Hășmaș, Romania photo on

Cheile Bicazului National Park, Hășmaș, Romania photo on Sunsurfer

Memorandumului Boulevard, Cluj Napoca, Transylvania, Romania www.romaniasfriends.com / City break / Cluj Napoca

Memorandumului Boulevard, Cluj Napoca, Transylvania, Romania www.romaniasfriends.com / City break / Cluj Napoca

Portalul Cetatile Ponorului    the cave entrance has arround 70m tall, and the rock wall it's higher than 100m  www.padis.ro

Portalul Cetatile Ponorului - The cave entrance has arround tall, and the rock wall it's higher than

Statue of the Roman poet Publius Ovidius Naso, who was exiled and died in Tomis (Constanta) , Romania, in the 1st century AD www.romaniasfriends.com

Statue of the Roman poet Publius Ovidius Naso, who was exiled and died in Tomis .

Dambovita River, Bucharest, Romania www.romaniasfriends.com

Dambovita River, Bucharest, Romania www.romaniasfriends.com

Medias, Romania

Medias, Romania

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