Top sights in Romania

Welcome to Romania ! Our country is situated on an area of 237500 km2 and it's inhabited by 20.12 million hospitable people. After the 1989's happenings the country started developing. It deserves coming here seeing the living traditions, the simple life living, not rarely sometimes untouched villages, glamorous snow-covered peaks, deep valleys, caves, the delta and the see. Navigate bravely through the pages. The icons and not rarely the pictures are interactive as well. Welcome to Romania!

The highest peak in Romania (2544 m), is Moldoveanu Peak

Moldoveanu Peak is located in the middle of the Fagaras mountains, 421 m from the tip Viștea Mare located on the More

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The largest dam in Romania is the Vidraru (166 m)

The dam was built in 1965 on the Arges river. This was the first valley arch dam in the country. It is a 166.60 m high, More

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The longest cave in Romania (52 km) is the Wind Cave

The entrance of the cave is from the clearing of Suncuiusi. Seeing the concreted entrance a nescient can neither imagine what Tovább

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The oldest church in Romania, which is still celebrating, the Densuș church

Located near the ruins of the former capital Ulpia Traiana, Densus Church retains the atmosphere of More

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The largest waterfall in Romania is the Scurtele waterfall

Scurtele waterfall is the highest and least known waterfall in Romania. It forms on the Scurtele brook that flows from the Scurtele Lake More

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The largest maritime beach in Romania is in Mamaia

The name comes from the its tatar owner, named Mamai. In 1906 appears the first wooden cabins and a sea deck, More

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The oldest wooden church in Romania is in Putna

The wooden church in the village Putna cemetery called "Dragos Voda" wooden church, is the oldest wooden church More

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The largest glacial lake in Romania is Bucura Lake

Bucura lake, from the cauldron that bears his name is the largest glacial lake in Retezat and Romania. On its banks More

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The largest medieval building with civil and military functionality in Romania is Hunedoara Castle

Hunyadi Castle stands on a hill More

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The deepest cave in Romania (642 m) is V5 vertical cave

The V5 vertical cave is to be found near Padis, in the Varaso basin. It is a closed cave, open only for professionals, More

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The most famous castle in Romania is the Bran Castle

In the fourteenth century Turkish peril causes him King Louis I of Anjou to build fortresses on the borders of the Hungarian Kingdom. More

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The tallest old church in Romania is in Șurdești (72m)

Șurdești wooden church was built in 1721 by carpenter master Makarios, for the Greek Catholic community. More

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The largest open air museum in Romania is the Museum of Traditional Folk Civilization Astra - Sibiu

The Astra Folk Civilization Museum is located four kilometers from Sibiu More

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The most beautiful castle in Romania is Peles Castle

The castle in Peles Valley, the summer residence of Romanian royalty, was built during the rule of Carol I (1866-1914) and today it is an important national monument More

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The largest heliotherm lake in Romania is Lake Ursu

Lake Ursu is the largest heliotherm lake in Romania. It was formed in a sinkhole instead of Lake Horca, which appeared in 1710 by the clogging More

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The largest administrative building in Romania is the Palace of Parliament

The Palace of Parliament, first called the People's House, was built in Nicholas Ceausescu's time after the 1977 earthquake. More

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The largest bird population in Romania is in the Danube Delta

The Danube Delta with its 3446 kmp is the bird's heath. Providing food and nesting conditions in the vast expanse of reeds here reach More

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The most spectacular salt mine in Romania is at Turda

The salt pits on the Arieș River appear in documents since 1075. Turda City is due to the salt deposit estimated at 39000 million tons. Surface More

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The highest road in Romania is Transalpina

Transalpina is the highest road in Romania crossing the Parâng Mountains, reaching the maximum altitude (2145 m) in the Urdele More

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The oldest chapel in Romania is at Geoagiu

The Rotonda Chapel was built at the end of the 11th century, during King Ladislau I (1077-1095). The archaeological excavations More

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The most spectacular mud volcanoes in Romania are at Berca

On Earth there are muddy volcanoes in many places, but in Europe they are very rare. In Romania, they More

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