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  • 1 Black Eagle Palace Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Piata Unirii RO - Oradea

    Built between 1907 and 1909 by two Hungarian architects, Marcell Komor and Dezso Jakab, the palace is a huge Art Nouveau structure. Its polychrome decor and bold curves cannot leave the viewer indifferent. Between its two blocks runs the Black Eagle ..

  • 2 The Apuseni Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    RO - Brad

    Separating the Crisana from Transylvania, these mountains constitute an open-air ethnographic museum. Its karstic-relief landscape is often beautiful and sometimes spectacular, with villages tucked away in valleys or standing on hillsides. It is not ..

  • 3 Bear's Cave Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    RO - Chiscau

    Discovered in 1975, this cave owes its name to the skeleton of a bear which supposedly became trapped here 20 000 years. The story goes that there were around 100 others in the same predicament and this, the last survivor, devoured them all. This var..

  • 4 St Stephen's Tower Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Str. Turnului RO - Baia Mare

    Symbol and pride of the city, this fine Gothic tower was built between 1446 and 1468 on the orders of Iancu de Hunedoara and originally stood alongside the cathedral, another Gothic building, destroyed in a fire caused by lightning in 1769. From its ..

  • 5 Maramures Regional Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Str. Monetãriei nr. 1-3 RO - Baia Mare

    The museum has interesting Maramures Bronze Age objects (gold rings) and pottery in its archaeology collection (ground floor); upstairs, the focus is on the region's traditions, history and literature (furniture, tools...). The basement has an exhibi..

  • 6 Gutâi Pass Route Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Pasul de Gutâi RO - Baia Mare

    Linking Baia Mare and Sighetu Marmatiei, this twisting route shows off the beautiful natural scenery of Maramures to good effect. After 18km of travelling through the "Russian mountains", the Gutâi Pass (987m) is reached, with spectacular v..

  • 7 Memorial to the Resistance and Victims of Communism Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Str. Corneliu Coposu nr. 4 RO - Sighetu Marmatiei

    This prison evoking sad memories was in the post-war period the scene of the incarceration, torture and starvation of politicians, intellectuals and Catholic priests deemed enemies of the communist state. Its cells are today the backdrop for an inter..

  • 8 Village Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    RO - Sighetu Marmatiei

    On a hilltop site with fine views, the museum has a collection of typical Maramures buildings set in a pleasant rustic landscape. Visiting these structures, which are furnished and decorated, gives a clearer idea of the carpenters' skills. Don't miss..

  • 9 Sapânta Cemetery Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    RO - Sapânta

    Odd though it is to describe a cemetery as joyful, this is the best description for the one in the village of Sapânta, a veritable work of art in the naïf style by Ion Stan Patras (1908-1977). It has around 700 blue painted crosses enhanced in liveli..

  • 10 Church of St Paraskevi Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    RO - Desesti

    Built in 1770, the church stands to the right of the road on a hillock, its slopes forming a flower-decked cemetery. It was built using interlocking beams and boasts an impressive roof. Topped by an elegant pointed spire, the exterior bears the twist..

  • 11 Arbore Church Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    RO - Arbore

    Strangely bereft of a bell tower, this church founded in 1503 is less visited than its better-known Bukovina neighbours. It is covered in paintings (where green predominates) executed by Coman Dragos in 1541. This itinerant artist added Renaissance t..

  • 12 Church of the Three Hierarchs Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Bd. Stefan cel Mare si Sfant, nr. 28 RO - Iasi

    The three hierarchs, Basil the Great, John Chrysostom and Gregory of Nazianzus (also called the Theologian), to whom the church is dedicated, are the focus of a major feast on 30 January. Formerly covered in gold, silver and lapis lazuli, the church ..

  • 13 Cetatuia Monastery Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    RO - Iasi

    Among the Bucium vineyards stand the ramparts of this monastery, founded in the 17C by Gheorghe Duca (reigned 1668-1672). Its watch towers, fine doorway topped by a pointed roof and embellished with Moldavian aurochs justify its classification as a &..

  • 14 Probota Monastery Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    RO - Probota

    Less visited than other monasteries in Bukovina, Probota is nonetheless also a Unesco world heritage site. All that remains of Moldavia's oldest monastery (1398) are the perimeter walls and the odd vestige. Built in 1530 by Petru Rares, the church re..

  • 15 The Neamt Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    RO - Piatra-Neamt

    Irrigated by the River Bistrita, the region lies to the south of Bukovina. Like its neighbour, this western Moldavian region has monasteries ( Varatec, Agapia, Neamt...) set in a pleasant landscape, an ideal backdrop for the contemplative life. Cover..

  • 16 Bicaz Gorge Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    RO - Bicaz

    Head out of Bicaz on Route 15 to reach the heart of the Ceahlau massif, the "Olympos of Moldavia". At the well-named Gâtul Iadului (hell's neck), the route enters the Bicaz Gorge, a narrow 8km defile linking Transylvania to Moldavia. The re..

  • 17 Histria Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    RO - Istria

    Founded by the Greeks on the shores of Lake Sinoe in the 7C BC, this city is Romania's largest Roman archaeological site. After the Greeks came a Roman colony, but Histria was abandoned in the 7C on account of invasions and the silting up of the bay...

  • 18 National Museum of History and Archaeology Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Piaþa Ovidiu nr. 12 RO - Constanta

    The museum traces the history of the Dobroudja province (lying between the Danube and the Black Sea) from the paleolithic period to the present. Among its treasures, note the Greek and Roman pieces, including jewellery and statues, like the famous Gl..

  • 19 Lipscani District Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Strada Lipscani RO - Bucuresti

    This is an up-and-coming district where antique dealers, chic boutiques and trendy cafés are gradually edging out the old stalls and inns (like Hanul lui Manuc) once used by merchants and artisans, but a stroll through its network of little streets, ..

  • 20 Hanul lui Manuc Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Str. Francezã nr. 62 RO - 030106 Bucuresti

    Bucharest's inns bear witness to the city's merchant past, especially that of the Lipscani district. Today a hotel, Hanul lui Manuc retains its original hospitality role. It takes its name from Armenian merchant Emanuel Mârzoian (1769-1817), alias Ma..

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