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39 Facts about Romania!

        1. The most famous novels, inspired by Romania, are “The Castle in the Carpathians” by Jules Verne, and “Dracula” by Bram Stoker. 2. Romania is the ninth largest wine producer in the...

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Muddy Volcanoes, Buzau County

The Muddy Volcanoes – or ‘the gates of hell’ as the locals call them – are one of Romania’s best known geological reserves, about 30km northwest of Buzau, near the tiny village of Berca....

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Bucegi Mountains

The legend of these mountains goes back in time for thousands of years. It is believed that Bucegi Mountains were the KOGAION mountains from ancient times. It is said that Zamolxis, the supreme God...

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Mogosoaia Palace 

Just 15km from Bucharest, in a charming natural setting, on the banks of one of the lakes the meandering Colentina river brings forth in the northern part of the city, there stands an essential...

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Palace of Parliament of Bucharest

Bucharest’s unmistakable Palace of Parliament, due to its immense physical, psychic and historic stature, is perhaps the most controversial building in Romania. Meant to be the crowning achievement of ‘Centrul Civic’ or ‘Civic Centre’ –...