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  • 1 Mai metro station

    1 Mai is a metro station in northern Bucharest, serving line M4. It is situated in Chibrit or Clăbucet Square, at the intersection of Griviţa Way, Ion Mihalache Avenue and Bucureştii Noi Road.

  • Văcărești, Bucharest

    Văcărești is a neighbourhood in south-eastern Bucharest, located near Dâmboviţa River and the Văcăreşti Lake. Nearby neighbourhoods include Vitan, Olteniței and Berceni. Originally a village, it was included in Bucharest as it expanded.

  • Transylvanian Plain

    The Transylvanian Plain (Romanian: Câmpia Transilvaniei, Hungarian: Mezőség) is an ethnogeographical area in Transylvania, Romania, located between the Someş River and the Mureş River.

  • State Jewish Theater (Romania)

    Teatrul Evreiesc de Stat (TES, the State Jewish Theater) in Bucharest, Romania is a theater specializing in Jewish-related plays. Its contemporary repertoire includes plays by Jewish authors, plays on Jewish topics, and plays in Yiddish (which are p…

  • Stadionul Tudor Vladimirescu

    Stadionul Tudor Vladimirescu is a multi-purpose stadium in Târgu Jiu, Romania. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Pandurii Târgu Jiu. It is named after Tudor Vladimirescu, the Wallachian revolutionary hero.

  • Stadionul Oțelul

    Oțelul Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Galaţi, Romania. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Oțelul Galați.

  • Stadionul Nicolae Dobrin

    Nicolae Dobrin Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Piteşti, Romania, named after football player Nicolae Dobrin. It is mostly used for football matches and until 2013 was the home ground of FC Argeş Piteşti.

  • Stadionul Emil Alexandrescu

    Emil Alexandrescu Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Copou, Iaşi, Romania. It is used mostly for football matches and is the home field of CSMS Iaşi. The stadium is named after the former Politehnica Iaşi player and Iaşi Mayor, Emil Alexandrescu,…

  • Romos

    Romos (German: Rumes; Hungarian: Romosz) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Ciungu Mare (Csunzshavas), Pișchinți (Piskinc), Romos, Romoșel (Romoszhely) and Vaidei (Vajdej).

  • Ram Fortress

    The Ram Fortress is situated on a steep slope on the right bank of the River Danube, in the municipality of Veliko Gradište, Serbia. Situated on a rock which is from the northeast side tilted towards the Danube River. It is assumed that the city was…

  • Pantelimon, Ilfov

    Pantelimon (Romanian pronunciation: [panteliˈmon]) is a city in Ilfov County, Romania. The town — bordered by the Romanian capital, Bucharest, to the west — has an area of 134.83 km².

  • Oțelu Roșu

    Oțelu Roșu (Romanian pronunciation: [oˌt͡selu ˈroʃu]; formerly Ferdinand; Hungarian: Nándorhegy; German: Ferdinandsberg) is a town in southwestern Caraș-Severin County, Romania, in the Bistra Valley. It is situated on the national road 68, between C…

  • Militari

    Militari is a district in the western part of Bucharest, in Sector 6. It is home of more than 100,000 inhabitants.

  • Humor Monastery

    Humor Monastery located in Mănăstirea Humorului, about 5 km north of the town of Gura Humorului, Romania. It is a monastery for nuns dedicated to the Dormition of Virgin Mary, or Theotokos. It was constructed in 1530 by Voievod Petru Rareş and his c…

  • Holy Trinity Cathedral, Sibiu

    The Holy Trinity Cathedral, Sibiu (Romanian: Catedrala Sfânta Treime din Sibiu), located at 35 Mitropoliei Street, Sibiu, Romania, is the seat of the Romanian Orthodox Archbishop of Sibiu and Metropolitan of Transylvania.

  • Hertsa

    Hertsa (Ukrainian: Герца, Romanian: Herța pronounced [ˈhert͡sa]) is a city located in Chernivtsi Oblast in western Ukraine.

  • Giurgiului

    Giurgiului has a cemetery, which includes a memorial to an estimated 300 Jewish refugees who had sailed from Romania aboard the motor schooner Mefküre and were killed when a Soviet submarine sank the ship in August 1944.

  • Fortress of Deva

    The Fortress of Deva (Romanian: Cetatea Devei, Hungarian: Déva vára) is a fortress located in the city of Deva, Hunedoara County, Romania, on top of a volcanic hill.

  • Câlnic, Alba

    Câlnic (German: Kelling; Hungarian/Turkish: Kelnek) is a commune in Alba County, Romania, composed of two villages, Câlnic and Deal (Dál).

  • Caraiman Peak

    The Caraiman Peak is a mountain peak located in Romania, in the Bucegi Mountains of the Southern Carpathians. It has a height of 2,384 m.

  • Bucharest Botanical Garden

    The Bucharest Botanical Garden (Romanian: Grădina Botanică din Bucureşti), now named after its founder, Dimitrie Brândză, is located in the Cotroceni neighbourhood of Bucharest, Romania.

  • Brad, Hunedoara

    Brad (Romanian pronunciation: [brad]; Hungarian: Brád; German: Tannenhof) is a city in Hunedoara County in Romania. Its name comes from the Romanian word brad, "fir".