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Bucharest

Bucharest, Romania's capital was once known as the "Little Paris", due to its important French influence mostly in architecture and social life. 228 sqm in surface and more then 2.000.000 in population, Bucharest is today the biggest city in Romania, both in size and economic and political importance. Today, the city reflects an interesting heritage of mixed cultures influenced by the old Romanian aristocracy educated in France, the German King Carol I, and the communist society.
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         Main attractions in Bucharest
         Among the many attractions that the city has, one will remain particularly impressed by
         the Palace of Parliament, the second biggest building in the world, after the Pentagon (330.000sqm).
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         The Romanian Athenaeum
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         The Opera House
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         The Royal Palace
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         The Arch of Triumph and The Village Museum
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         Orthodox churches
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Dracula
 Should anybody know anything about Romania, it would definitely be the legend of the bloody prince – Vlad the Impaler, also known as Dracula. It is probably the best known character of fiction and legend in the whole world, although not all the people make the connection between him and our country. But there is a great difference between the well-known legend and the actual true history.
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Sighisoara

Considered to be “the most beautiful and complete medieval architectural ensemble from Romania” and “the most beautiful inhabited citadel from Europe”, the town-museum Sighisoara offers the modern visitors the rare opportunity of going back in time.....to the medieval era. 
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The Carpathian Mountains

Nature has been generous with the land of Romania, characterized by variety, proportion and harmony. The Romanian Carpathians belong to the Alpine-Carpathian-Himalayan system of mountains, which covers Eurasia's intercontinental area
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Sinaia Royal Summer Residence

Sensational place to visit, Sinaia has palaces, big hotels with swimming pools and restaurants, cable-cars and chair lifts. The biggest skiable domain in Romania is here. Peles, Pelisor Castles and Sinaia Monastery are wonderful cultural sites to visit while in Sinaia.
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Brasov City

Located in the heart of Romania, at a distance of 140 km northwest of Bucharest, the city of Brasov is the administrative centre of a county with the same name and one of the most important tourist destinations in Romania.
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Bucovina Painted Monasteries

The fame of the Moldavian monasteries reaches well beyond the borders of Romania. One of the best known tourist attractions in the country, the churches are visited daily by hundreds of travellers from all over the world. The churches were all built in the 15th century, in a time of great political and cultural development of Moldavia.
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Danube Delta

An exotic landscape with over 1,200 species of trees and plants, with the richest ornithological fauna on the continent (more than 300 species, among which unique colonies of pelicans) and ichthyological fauna (with around 100 species, from the Danube herrings to the sturgeons which produce the precious caviar).
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The Romanian Wines

…are probably the purest expression of the Romanian spirit. The art of producing wine is taken to the highest levels through love and tradition from harvesting the noble grapes through the winemaking process with its roots in the ancient times.
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Sibiu European Cultural Capital Of Europe 2007

The beautiful Saxon city of Sibiu has the highest number of medieval buildings that have survived in their initial form. And because of it, and also because of the great mixture of population (German, Saxon, and Romanian) that has lived together for ages, the town was chosen European Capital of Culture 2007.
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