Travel Photography Featured Travel Photos of Romania
Absolutely gorgeous palace in Sinaia, unfortunately exhorbitant fee for taking pictures inside.
Taken in the medieval citadel of Dracula's birth place.
The Turnul cu Ceas (Clock Tower) was first built in 1360 with numerous additions since then. Underneath is an entrance to the citadel.
Piaţa Sfatului, Braşov's main square.
The town was named after Sinaia Monastery, around which it was built; the monastery in turn is named after the Biblical Mount Sinai
The mountainous area in which Sinaia is located is in the Bucegi Natural Park region. The Park covers a total area of 326.63 square kilometres, of which 58.05 square kilometres are under strict protection and shelter natural monuments. The Bucegi Natural Preserve area includes all the abrupt areas of the mountains Vârful cu Dor, Furnica, and Piatra Arsă
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