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Nămăieşti Monastery in Argeş County, Romania The Places Youll Go, Places Around The World, Places To Go, Around The Worlds, The Beautiful Country, Beautiful World, Bulgaria, Wonderful Places, Beautiful Places

Nămăieşti Monastery in Argeş County, Romania (by...

Nămăieşti Monastery in Argeş County, Romania (by Mihai Buf).

Shepherd with his dog in Simon Village, Romania - photograph by Eduard Guţescu The Beautiful Country, Beautiful World, Visit Romania, Art Populaire, Medieval Town, Eastern Europe, People Around The World, First World, Folk

Ars longa vita brevis

a blog about Romanian traditional costumes/clothes,culture, people and art...

Moldova, traditional home decoration.

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romanian porch pole by Ioan Bodean

romanian porch pole

Cârciumă ţărănească; Bătrâni, com. Starchiojd, jud. Prahova; Complexul Naţional Muzeal "ASTRA" - Sibiu; Categoria CONSTRUCŢII Turism Romania, Bucharest Romania, House In The Woods, My House, Exterior Design, Interior And Exterior, Drag, Forest House, European House

Bine ati venit pe ETNOMON - Muzeul virtual al monumentelor etnografice în aer liber din România

Construcţie cu două corpuri alipite în "L": unul monocelular (cârciumă, prăvălie şi celălalt cu trei încăperi (casa mare, tinda, casa mică); bârne de fag; bârne de stejar; acoperiş în patru ape; învelitoare din şiţă de brad

WWI Poster Rumania - Romania during World War I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ww1 Propaganda Posters, Ferdinand, World War One, First World, Vintage Ads, Vintage Posters, Retro Posters, Ad Art, Military History

This Day in World War 1 History: MARCH 27, 1918 : BESSARABIA ANNEXED BY ROMANIA

On March 27, 1918, in the wake of Russia’s withdrawal from World War I and its acceptance of the humiliating peace terms set by the Central Powers at Brest-Litovsk, the Balkan republic of Romania annexes Bessarabia, a strategically important area of land located on its eastern border and bounded on the south by the Danube River and the mouth of the Black Sea. Ruled by Ottoman Turks from the 16th century, Bessarabia (which today corresponds to the republic of Moldova and part of Ukraine) was…