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Skyline of Bistrița, Romania

Bistrita, Romania - this is where I spent the last 5 years in Romania. It was where I lived when the revolution took place in Far from the craziness of riots and gunshots.

Summer Morning View of Corvin Castle, Hunedoara, Transylvania, Romania    |   Discover Amazing Romania through 44 Spectacular Photos

Discover Amazing Romania through 44 Spectacular Photos

Corvin Castle, Fortification of the Hunyadys family of King Mátyás Corvinus . Hunyadvara, Transylvania, Romania (badly photoshopped with cheezy colors.

Cool 40 Modern Castle Homes Exterior Landscaping https://roomadness.com/2017/11/25/40-modern-castle-homes-exterior-landscaping/

40 Modern Castle Homes Exterior Landscaping

Corvin, A century Gothic Castle, (aka Hunyad Castle or Hunedoara Castle), is a Gothic-Renaissance castle in Hunedoara, in the region of Transylvania

Rapa Rosie, Red Ravine, Sebes, Romania

Rapa Rosie, Red Ravine, Sebes, Romania

Looking for some great active vacations? Check out this list for your summer getaway!

The 17 Most Amazing Fitness Vacations of 2014

Added to my bucket list "The Most Amazing Active Vacations. Reminds me of Wyoming, Montana, Idaho! One of my favorite vacations ever! Loved the white water rafting in Wyoming!

Beusnita, cea mai exotica #cascada din tara... © photographer & colorist - Eveiasi Foto — cu Eveiasi Foto. Doar in Romania.  #cascadabeusnita

Beusnita, in image by Foto

1978 - Rahova Statia Stan Tabara Trecut şi prezent pe Calea Rahovei | Bucurestii Vechi si Noi

1978 - Rahova Statia Stan Tabara Trecut şi prezent pe Calea Rahovei | Bucurestii Vechi si Noi

Groapa Ruginoasa.      Apuseni Mountains, Transylvania, Romania  The geological phenomenon you see is called a “ravine” = very small valley often produced by streamcutting erosion. The name of this particular ravine derives from it’s reddish colour: Rusty Pit

Apuseni Mountains, Transylvania, Romania The geological phenomenon you see is called a “ravine” = very small valley often produced by streamcutting erosion. The name of this particular ravine derives from it’s reddish colour: Rusty Pit

Vlad Tepes‘s castle - Romania

Where Vlad the Impaler (inspiration for Bram Stoker's fictional character Dracula) spent most of his days. It's in a more remote part of Romania and you have to climb 1480 steps to get to the entrance. A place want to see

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