Bucarest, Rumania.

Bucharest, Romania I'm putting this one in Color Splash because of the mosaic work, which is fabulous. I've seen mosaic pools very similar to this which look phenomenal.

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.

Turismo rural en Rumania

’ Surrounded by flowering fruit trees and roofed by traditional wooden boards the houses of Sîrbi are tucked away in the idyllic Cosau valley Romania. (by Mick Palarczyk)

Timisoara, #Rumania.

Timisoara, Romania Timisoara is one of the largest RomanianCities and capital of the county Timis:

The Muddy Volcanoes - Romania

The Berca Mud Volcanoes, a geological and botanical reservation located in Scorțoasa in eastern Romania

The Transfagarasan highway in Romania may be the 'Worlds Greatest Road.'

The Jaguar F-Type Goes In Search of the World’s Greatest Roads (VIDEO

Curvy swervy road in Romania -- like a living gameboard! -- yes, I would love to ride this road some day!

Alcatrazes de Romania?

Calla Lily Field -- Calla Lilies and Stargazers are my favorite! Would love to see a field like this(amm)

Carretera en Transfagarasan, uno de los caminos de conducción más bello del mundo, Rumania.

DRIVE: The most beautiful pictures of Romania: Transfagarasan road, one of the most beautiful driving roads in the world

Transfagarasan mountain highway, Romania. www.romaniasfriends.com

Transfagarasan Highway, one of the most spectacular roads in the world ( says Tog Gear guys)

Hunyad castle, Transylvania, Romania

Hunyad Castle, Transylvania, Romania Hunyad Castle is also known as Hunedoara Castle. This is located in Romania. this castle was built in 1316 by King Charles I of Hungary.

The Carpathian Mountains run in a great arc across Romania, rising to over 2500 metres in Transylvania and include some of the wildest mountain walking in Europe. www.romaniasfriends.com

The Carpathian Mountains run in a great arc across Romania, rising to over 2500 metres in Transylvania and include some of the wildest mountain walking in Europe.

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