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  • Clejani

    Clejani is a commune in Giurgiu County, Romania, about 40 km south of Bucharest, in the Vlaşca region (part of Muntenia), on the Danube Plains near the Bulgarian border.

  • Chindia Tower

    The Chindia Tower (Romanian: Turnul Chindiei) is a tower in the Curtea Domnească monuments ensemble in Târgovişte, Romania, built in the 15th century. The tower was begun during the second reign of Prince Vlad III the Impaler over Wallachia, taking …

  • Anghel Saligny Bridge

    The Anghel Saligny Bridge (formerly King Carol I Bridge) is a railroad truss bridge in Romania, across the Danube River, connecting the cities of Cernavodă and Feteşti.

  • Vinga

    Vinga is a commune in Arad County, western Romania, south of the county seat of Arad, with a population of 5,828 inhabitants (as of 2011). Vinga is located in the northern section of the Banat. The people in Vinga are mainly Romanians, the second la…

  • Tulcea Airport

    Tulcea Danube Delta Airport (IATA: TCE, ICAO: LRTC) (also known as Cataloi Airport) is located in south-eastern Romania, 16 km (9.9 mi) south of the city of Tulcea, on the Danube bank and close to the Danube Delta.

  • Titan, Bucharest

    Titan is a neighborhood of Eastern Bucharest, part of Sector 3. It surrounds the Alexandru Ioan Cuza Park, formerly known as "Titan", "I.O.R." (Intreprinderea Optică Română), and "Balta Albă" (The White Pond).

  • Tapae

    Tapae was a fortified settlement, guarding Sarmizegetusa, the main political centre of Dacia. Its location was on the Iron Gates of Transylvania, a natural passage breaking between Țarcului and Poiana Ruscă Mountains and connecting Banat to Țara Haț…

  • Săpânța

    Săpânța (Romanian pronunciation: [səˈpɨnt͡sa]; Hungarian: Szaplonca; Slovak: Sapunka; Yiddish: Spinka or Shpinka) is a commune in Maramureș County in northern Romania, 15 kilometers northwest of Sighet and just south of the Tisza River.

  • Stadionul Silviu Ploeșteanu

    Stadionul Silviu Ploeșteanu, previously known as Stadionul Tineretului, is a multi-purpose stadium in Brașov, Romania. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FC Brașov. It was named after Silviu Ploeșteanu, an emb…

  • Stadionul Farul

    Farul Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Constanţa, Romania. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the current home ground of Farul Constanţa. The stadium also functions as an athletics arena, with track and field athletics faci…

  • Stadionul Dan Păltinișanu

    Dan Paltinisanu Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Timișoara, Romania. It is currently used mostly for football matches by the local team, Poli Timișoara. The stadium is named after Politehnica Timișoara's legend Dan Păltinișanu who played 271 ma…

  • Rin Grand Hotel

    RIN Grand Hotel is a four-star hotel located in the Vitan area in Bucharest, Romania. It is located in South - East Bucharest, 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) from one of the largest squares in Europe, Piaţa Unirii (Union Square), and close to the commercial …

  • Palace of the Patriarchate

    The Palace of the Chamber of Deputies (Romanian: Palatul Camerei Deputaţilor) (now the Palace of the Patriarchate (Palatul Patriarhiei); also known as the Palace of the Great National Assembly (Palatul Marii Adunări Naționale) during the Communist r…

  • Mircea cel Bătrân Naval Academy

    The Mircea cel Bătrân Naval Academy (Romanian: Academia Navală "Mircea cel Bătrân") is a higher education institution based in the Black Sea port of Constanța that educates future officers for the Romanian Naval Forces, as well as maritime officers …

  • Lake Razelm

    Lake Razelm or Lake Razim (Romanian: Lacul Razim, Lacul Razelm) is the lake and the group of the lakes on the beach of Black Sea in Romania south of the Danube Delta. It is the largest lake in Romania.

  • Ghencea

    Ghencea is a district of the Romanian capital city Bucharest, which is home to the famous football team FC Steaua Bucureşti. It is also home to the rugby team Steaua Bucureşti Rugby.

  • Freidorf

    Freidorf (German for "free village"; Hungarian: Szabadfalu) is a former village, since 1950 a district of the city of Timişoara, Romania.

  • Dâmbovița Center

    Dâmbovița Center is an unfinished Romanian building in Bucharest, Romania, near Cotroceni, on the shore of the Dâmboviţa River. It was erected during the late 1980s by the Communist regime over the terrain which used to be the Bucharest Hippodrome b…

  • Dristor

    Dristor is a neighborhood located in the southeastern part of Bucharest. Nearby districts include Dudeşti, Vitan, Văcăreşti and Titan.

  • Crețulescu Palace

    Crețulescu Palace (Palatul Crețulescu in Romanian, alternative spelling "Kretzulescu") is a historic building near the Cișmigiu Gardens on the Știrbei Vodă street nr. 39 in Bucharest, Romania.

  • Cluj-Napoca Bánffy Palace

    Bánffy Castle is a baroque building of the 18th century in Cluj-Napoca, designed by the German architect Johann Eberhard Blaumann. Built between 1774 and 1775 it is considered the most representative for the baroque style of Transylvania.

  • Casa Capșa

    Casa Capșa is a historic restaurant in Bucharest, Romania, first established in 1852. At various times it has also included a hotel; most recently, it reopened as a 61-room hotel 17 June 2003. "…long a symbol of Bucharest for its inhabitants… Capșa …

  • Carol I Mosque

    Grand Mosque of Constanța (Romanian: Marea Moschee din Constanța), originally known as the Carol I Mosque (Romanian: Moscheea Carol I), is a mosque in Constanța, Romania.

  • Battle of Guruslău

    The Battle of Guruslău (in Hungarian: Goroszló; Battle of Goroszló) was fought on 3 August 1601, between the troops of the Habsburg Empire led by Giorgio Basta, the Cossacks and Wallachia led by Michael the Brave on one side and the Transylvanian tr…

  • Athenee Palace Hilton Bucharest Hotel

    Athenee Palace Hilton Bucharest Hotel is a historic luxury hotel in Bucharest, Romania opened in 1914. It was arguably Europe's most notorious den of spies in the years leading up to World War II, and only slightly less so during the Cold War.

  • Arpechim Refinery

    Arpechim Refinery was one of the largest Romanian refineries and one of the largest in Europe, located in Piteşti, Argeş County, and had both refining and petrochemical capacities. The refinery has two processing modules with a nominal capacity of 6…