Romania is a country located in southeastern Central Europe, on the LowerDanube, north of the Balkan Peninsulaand the north western Black Sea coast. Romania's surface is 237.500Km2 The population is 22,760,449inhabitants Romania has a varied landscape:mountains over 2500m, hills, plains,meadows and Danube Delta. It has cold winters and hot summers.
Romania is the perfect land of contrasts and paradoxes: the country of Constantin Brancusi, Eugen Ionesco, Emil Cioran, Mircea Eliade and Nadia Comaneci, but also of Dracula and Nicolae Ceausescu.
The Old World of Romania is a vast museum of ancien heritage and still alive even if only through its famous painted churches and monasteries, its folk. art, or its feudal castles in the Carpathian Mountains. The New World may be embodied by the Parliament Palace and the subway network in Bucharest, or by the Wastern styles of life adopted by Romania” s townsfolk.
Romanian people are of Latin origin like Italians, French, being the only Roman people from the East-Europe. Today the Romanian society is considered to have appropriated most of the democratic values. The political parties alternate to govern country a formed civil society. The norms of the Law State are respected.
The People House Is the second biggest building in the world after the Pentagon
Bran castle Majestic human creation in the heart of Carpathians
Peles castle Peleș Castle is a Neo- Renaissance castle in the Carpathian Mountains, near Sinaia, in on an existing medieval route linking Transilvania and Wallachia, built between 1873 and 1914. Its inauguration was held in 1883. The castle itself is very impressive through the riches it has accumulated: old and new canvases, old furniture, weapons, all sort of curios, everything placed with good taste.
Romanian Mountains The Carpathians Bucegi mountains Dominate the middle Dominate the middle of the country : the Eastern Carpathians, the Southern Carpathians, the Western Carpathians
Wind modeled stones in an “Egyptian style “ the Sphinx and “Babele”
Danube Delta Danube Delta – UNESCO heritage It ‘s the youngest land in Europe, it grows larger by 40 m of land every year. The largest wetland in Europe with over 1200 species of trees and the richest ornithological fauna on the continent.
Did you know that ? Jacques -Yves Costeau and his team have studied Danube Delta in 1991 and created an international centre for education and scientific meeting in environmental protection
Poiana Brasov With its central location, Brașov is a suitable location from which to explore Romania, and the distances to several tourist destinations (including the Black Sea resorts, the monasteries in northern Moldavia, and the wooden churches of Maramures) are similar.
HOREZU Horezu, a small mountain town, is situated in the south- western part of the country and is famous-nationally and internationally for a wonderful tradition, that has been preserved and passed over from generation: pottery. The landscapes are amazing and the people’s friendly. These are the reasons why tourism is the main preoccupation of the officials and the local people. It hasn’t got many people about 7000 inhabitants. Around the town there are some small but beautiful villages.