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Romania's Dancing, Drinking Bears - The New York Times

Romania's Dancing, Drinking Bears

In a corner of Romania, the holiday season is ushered in by troupes of bearskin-clad revelers dancing, singing and drinking.

Colors of Romania - H. D. Romania by zio.paperino, via Flickr

dreamsmoneycanbuy-: “Sighisoara, Romania, the only inhabited medieval citadel in Europe ”

Delta Dunarii, Romania

Delta Dunarii, Romania The Danube Delta is perhaps the least inhabited region of temperate Europe. In the Romanian side live about people, of which in the port of Sulina, which gives an average density of approx. 2 inhabitants per km².

#Sânziene rituals Photo by Viorelia Tarța — National Geographic Your Shot

Sânziene rituals Photo by Viorelia Tarța — National Geographic Your Shot

Traditional romanian folk masks. Bucharest, Romania, Southeastern Europe.jpg

Traditional romanian folk masks. Bucharest, Romania, Southeastern Europe.jpg

Romania

This is how I see My Country: ROMANIA

Romania, known as Dracula's Land, is a marvelous place to spend your holiday. For those that are interested in exploring traditional provinces, Romania.

Vila Take Ionescu din Sinaia

Vila Take Ionescu din Sinaia

Sinaia, Romania

A guide to Romania's best skiing destinations from the trendy resorts of Prahova Valley to Bucovina and Maramures' picturesque alpine villages.

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Every Morning This Man Hikes Up The Transylvanian Mountains To Capture The Stunning Sunrise Over His Village

What to Do Romania | Europe a la Carte Travel Blog

Our tips for what to do in Romania include skiing in the Prahova Valley, exploring the Sighisoara Citadel & visiting Sibiu.

Floare de colt, Piatra Craiului, Romania, www.romaniasfriends.com

Floare de colt, Piatra Craiului, Romania, www.romaniasfriends.com

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