Legendary Romanian Cities

Explore the medieval side of Romania's most famous cities. Incredibly preserved marketplaces, cathedrals, clock towers, palaces and streets. All the cities go back at least a few hundred years, but some exist since antiquity! Over 2000 years ago, cities like Alba Iulia, Cluj Napoca, Constanta or Drobeta flourished during the times of Dacians, Romans or Greeks. Feast your eyes with a journey back in time! More on unveilromania.com. #visitromania #discoverromania #travel #travelaroundtheworld
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The citadel of Sighisoara, UNESCO Heritage Site, considered to be the most beautiful and well preserved inhabited citadel in Europe and one of the only few fortified towns in the world still inhabited. www.romaniasfriends.com/tours

The citadel of Sighisoara, UNESCO Heritage Site, considered to be the most beautiful and well preserved inhabited citadel in Europe and one of the only few fortified towns in the world still inhabited.

Biblioteca Universitatii Tehnice din Iasi - ceva de visss!

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

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

Street of Sighisoara, Beautiful Medieval City In Transylvania, Romania

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Street of Sighisoara, Beautiful Medieval City In Transylvania, Romania - Discover Amazing Romania through 44 Spectacular Photos

Sighisoara citadel, a must see place, Transylvania, Romania www.romaniasfriends.com

Sighisoara citadel, a must see place, Transylvania, Romania www.

The pearl of Transylvania - Sighisoara, Mures, Romania,

Romania Travel Inspiration - The pearl of Transylvania - Sighisoara, Mures, Romania, (by holmertz).

Liars Bridge on a rainy day, Sibiu, Romania

Liars Bridge, Sibiu, Romania photo on

Liars Bridge in Sibiu (Hermannstadt), Romania.

Palas Iasi, in Cartea Recordurilor pentru cele mai multe lampioane ...

Palas Iasi, in Cartea Recordurilor pentru cele mai multe lampioane . a record for the most lamps

The Tower in Targu Mures, Romania. Credits flickr.com/nutulescug

The Tower Tg Mures - Romania

Medias, Romania - medieval town in the heart of Transylvania, known for its 33 craft guilds.  Credits flickr.com/cotrop

Photos with the incredibly preserved marketplaces, cathedrals, clock towers, palaces and streets.

Alba Iulia Citadel, Romania - sacred land. The place where, in 1600, the Romanians united in a single country. Credits Adrian Dulau & Romanian Air Forces

Lonely Planet announced their “Best in travel and the award for world’s No. 1 region to see went to Transylvania, Romania.

Arad, Romania - the city known for opening the first electrical railway in Eastern Europe

A főtér madártávlatból - Arad - Partium

Roofs (older Brasov) | Flickr

Brasov, Romania, Surrounded by the peaks of the Southern Carpathian Mountains and filled with Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance architecture.

Piatra Neamt, Romania - Church & Tower built by Stefan the Great, famous ruler of Moldavia between 1457-1504. Credits flickr.com/costiflorea

Piatra Neamt, Romania - Church & Tower built by Stefan the Great, famous ruler of Moldavia between 1457-1504. Credits flickr.com/costiflorea

Alba Iulia Citadel. Built by the Dacians 2000 years ago, it was conquered by the Romans and hosted the XIII Gemina Legion. It was also the capital of medieval Transylvania and the place where modern Romania was born.

Built by the Dacians 2000 years ago, it was conquered by the Romans and hosted the XIII Gemina Legion. It was also the capital of medieval Transylvania and the place where modern Romania was born.

Iasi, Romania - legendary capital of the old Moldavia province, cultural wonder, fantastic tourist attraction. Credits palasiasi.ro

Iasi, Romania - legendary capital of the old Moldavia province, cultural wonder, fantastic tourist attraction.

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