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Nicolae Ceausescu has been the president of Romania from 1967 to 1989. He was renown for his communist influences on Romania that eventually culminated with the Romanian revolution of 1989 during which he had been captured, found guilty by the court and executed with his wife.

Another common stereotype about Romania is related to its former communist…

This is the picture of Traian Vuia, an important inventor and aviator of Romanian origin. He was the first inventor to show proof that a flying apparatus could rise into the air by building speed through the usage of wheels. Later in his life, he also designed apparatuses that resemble helicopters.

Traian Vuia - Romanian inventor and aviation pioneer, the first who succeeded in using a self-propelled aircraft (Wright brothers aircraft was propelled by a weight and used the small on-board propeller only to maintain the aircraft in the air).

This is a depiction of Vlad the Impaler (Vlad Tepes) who is commonly believed to have served as the original inspiration for Dracula. This is due to his horrific punishments and methods of execution that he had used during his rule. He was the price of Wallachia.

No, Bram Stoker Did Not Model Dracula On Vlad The Impaler

It is popularly believed that Stoker’s inspiration for Dracula came from the life of Vlad the Impaler. The Ambras Castle Portrait of Vlad III.

This is a portrait of Mihai Eminescu, the poet, novelist and journalist often considered one of the most important figures in Romanian literature. His most written about themes include love, space, legends and sadness. His most popular and critically acclaimed work is called "Luceafarul" (also known as The Vesper/The Evening Star/The Lucifer/The Daystar).

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My Daguerreotype Boyfriend: Mihai Eminescu, age Somewhat unstable Romantic Romanian poet. Submitted by sehenswuerdigkeiten

Ibn Battuta (1304-1368) was a well-known traveler from Morocco. He's been in Africa, India, Asia, South-East Asia and China. While traveling he kept a diary where he would write down all of his adventures.

Truths Travelling - it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.Ibn Battuta: Travelling - it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.

Fatima Muhammad Al-Fihri is known as the founder of the world first university. The university is mentioned in both the Guinness World of records and UNESCO and is still operating today under the name Al-Karaouine University.

The Forgotten History of Muslim Scientists [Slide Show] - Scientific American

Nawal el Moutawakil Is an Olympic hurdler who won a golden medal in Los Angeles in 1984. She became the first African Muslim woman to win gold.

Nawal el Moutawakil Is an Olympic hurdler who won a golden medal in Los Angeles in She became the first African Muslim woman to win gold.

Hussein Slaoui was a Folks singer and activist who rose to fame during the resistance of France when they occupied Morocco. Hussein Slaoui disappeared and until today it remains a mystery.

Hussein Slaoui was a Folks singer and activist who rose to fame during the resistance of France when they occupied Morocco. Hussein Slaoui disappeared and until today it remains a mystery.

Yusuf ibn Tashfin was a famous soldier who fought against the kind of Bermuda. After his victory, he was rewarded with land and that is how he became the co-finder of the famous Moroccan city Marrakech

Yusuf ibn Tashfin was a famous soldier who fought against the kind of Bermuda. After his victory, he was rewarded with land and that is how he became the co-finder of the famous Moroccan city Marrakech


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