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Valea Teilor Monastery

Valea Teilor Monastery

On June 24, 2020, the day of the year when the Romanian Orthodox Church celebrates the birth of Saint John the Baptist I have visited the Valea Teilor Monastery located in Tulcea County, in the far Eastern part of Romania close to Danube Delta. The reason I visited...

3 Practical Travel Tips after COVID-19

3 Practical Travel Tips after COVID-19

Sooner or later you will travel again, it's a matter of "when" not "if". Don't be afraid to dream about your future travels, to continuously research about the places you would like to visit, to discover. Maybe hard to believe for many in this moment but life will...

5 interesting facts about Romania

5 interesting facts about Romania

Here are  5 interesting facts about Romania that you probably did not know. 1.ASTRA Museum of Folkloric Traditional Civilization located near Sibiu is the second largest open air museum in the world and the largest one in Europe stretching across 96 hectars. This...

Top 3 scenic drives in Transylvania, Romania

Top 3 scenic drives in Transylvania, Romania

  On this post I want to share with you 3 of the best drives you can have coming or leaving Transylvania as all 3 of them are actually taking you across the Carpathian Mountains in different directions. Prepare your cameras as you will take lots of pictures but...

Orthodox Monastery of Sighisoara

Orthodox Monastery of Sighisoara

If you are truly interested in getting "off the beaten tracks"and learning about the local culture of Transylvania, a place I highly recommend visiting is the Orthodox Monastery Sighisoara. Located 4 km outside the town, in a scenic natural area surrounded by dense...

5 little known facts about the Saxons in Transylvania

5 little known facts about the Saxons in Transylvania

7 Saxon fortified churches are UNESCO World Heritage Sites Seven Saxon established villages with fortified churches from Transylvania are included on the UNESCO World Heritage List: Viscri, Darjiu, Prejmer, Saschiz, Valea Viilor, Câlnic, Biertan,. With more than 150...

A Story of Love and Life in Romania

A Story of Love and Life in Romania

William Blacker First time when I heard about William Blacker in 2010 I was working with Mihai Eminescu Trust, an NGO patronized by HRH Prince Charles of Wales, William used to be General Manager of this foundation soon after the 1989 Romanian Revolution. Even though...

Armenians of Transylvania

Armenians of Transylvania

Dumbraveni Armenian Cathedral Armenians and Jewish are two traditional extraordinary etnic  minorities of Transylvania that have unfortunately disappeared over the XX th century. They left behind a rich culture and some very valuable architectural monuments, mainly...

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