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Moisei, Maramureș










Situated on Vișeu Valley, at the foot of Rodna Mountains, is one of the oldest and most famous localities in the Land of Maramureș. Between 1391-1734, Moisei was the seat of the Orthodox bishopric of Maramureș.

The monastery has a church from 1599 (see video) and for 200 years was a possesion of Putna Monastery in Moldavia (Maramureș being possession of Hungarian Kingdom).





































































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Borca, Bistrița Valley, Moldavia

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Bistrița and Stânișoara mountains
















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Histria, Dobruja - oldest city in Romania

Histria, Dobruja - oldest city in Romania









Founded around 650 BCE by Geek colonists.

The local archaeological museum and aerial view of the fortress and of the Lake Sinoe


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Trascău Mountains: church of a vanished village

Trascău Mountains: church of a vanished village











In this range there are tens of hamlets, small comunities inhabited by up to some tens of old people. As there are no new generations, the hamlets became uninhabited and the (built in adobe or wooden) houses fall into ruin and disappear. Only the churches remain, mantained by people from neighbour settlements.

In all Apuseni (Western Carpathians) there are perhaps over 200 hundreds such hamlets, that will vanish in few decades from now on.















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Wooden churches of Banat

Wooden churches of Banat








Banat is a geographical and historical region currently divided between three countries: the eastern part lies in western Romania, the western part in northeastern Serbia, and a small northern part in southeastern Hungary.

The whole Banat is populated by Romanians, Serbs, Hungarians, Romani, Germans, Krashovani, Ukrainians, Slovaks, Bulgarians, Czechs, Croats, and other ethnicities.

The geography of the Romanian Banat is mountainous in the eastern part and flat in the western part.



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Jupânești - 18th century

















Bătești - 18th century



























Calina - 1780


















Poieni - built in 1759, painted in 1812




















Ersig - built before 1767, painted in 1838






























Dragomirești - built in 1754, painted around 1800




























Topla - built in 1746, was moved in 1987 to Timișoara, in the Museum of Banat Village situated in the north of the city, because the Topla village was depopulated (in 2002 were 6 inhabitants).















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