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Puente de los mentirosos en un día lluvioso, Sibiu, Rumania. Los 10 pueblos más bonitos en Rumania  www.travel4life.club

The 10 Most Beautiful Towns In Romania

Puente de los mentirosos en un día lluvioso, Sibiu, Rumania. Los 10 pueblos más bonitos en Rumania www.travel4life.club

Bran Castle, Romania – also known as Dracula's Castle | 14 of the Most Amazing Fairy Tales Castles you should See in a Lifetime

Bran Castle, Romania – also known as Dracula's Castle | 14 of the Most Amazing Fairy Tales Castles you should See in a Lifetime

Romania Travel Cheat Sheet; Sign up at www.wandershare.com for high-res images. București / Bucharest in București

Romania Travel Cheat Sheet; Sign up at www.wandershare.com for high-res images. București / Bucharest in București

Bucharest Romania 17.01.2016                                                                                                                                                     More

Bucharest Romania 17.01.2016 More

Cindrel, Sibiu, Romania, www.romaniasfriends.com by Adrian Borda

Cindrel, Sibiu, Romania, www.romaniasfriends.com by Adrian Borda

Romania Travel Inspiration - Sighisoara, Romania. Top 15 must see places in Romania

15 Best Places to Visit in Romania

Romania Travel Inspiration - Sighisoara, Romania. Top 15 must see places in Romania

Devil’s Lake, Nera Gorges National Park (Cheile Nerei-Beusnita), Romania

Devil’s lake.

Devil’s Lake, Nera Gorges National Park (Cheile Nerei-Beusnita), Romania

The abandoned Grand Synagogue in Constanta, Romania, built 1911.  In 2012 there were approximately 50 Jews there--from 2500 in 1941. The Romanian government will not help guard, preserve, or rebuild the synagogue. "The three grand monotheist religions – Christianity, Judaism and Islam have all lived in peace here and all have built a place of worship at the shore of the Black Sea. All the places of worship are functional except the Grand Synagogue."…

The abandoned Grand Synagogue in Constanta, Romania, built 1911. In 2012 there were approximately 50 Jews there--from 2500 in 1941. The Romanian government will not help guard, preserve, or rebuild the synagogue. "The three grand monotheist religions – Christianity, Judaism and Islam have all lived in peace here and all have built a place of worship at the shore of the Black Sea. All the places of worship are functional except the Grand Synagogue."…

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Lying in the Southeastern Europe Romania is slowly emerging from the shackles of its dark history. #romania

Lying in the Southeastern Europe Romania is slowly emerging from the shackles of its dark history. #romania

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