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UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE IN ROMANIA

THE BEST OF THE UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE IN ROMANIA

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06/06/15 To 15/06/15

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  • The Churches of Moldavia

The unique outer paintings on the walls of the Moldavian Monasteries makes these architectural wonders a must-see attraction for any trip to northern Moldavia and Bucovina.

  • The Dacian Fortresses

Transylvania was the historical homeland of the Dacians, the ancient group of tribes who fiercely resisted the Romans in the 1st Century AD. Their main legacy is the set of ancient mountain fortifications set upon the peaks of the Orastie Mountains. Visiting these sites will not only bring you to some of the most stunning mountain landscapes of southern Transylvania but also show you the skill and resilience of these ancient peoples.

  • The Historical Centre of Sighisoara

A marvel of medieval architecture, Sighisoara is one of the very few still-inhabited city-citadels in the world, and is a living example of a medieval fortified town. Colorful, traditional and simply charming, Sighisoara is an unmissable attraction in Transylvania.

  • The Danube Delta

The last untouched wetland ecosystem in Europe, the Danube Delta is a natural wonder. A labyrinth of channels, reeds, sand banks, hidden lakes, marshes, bogs and fens, the Delta holds an incredible diversity of wildlife, including rare birds, endemic trees and plants, almost all the species of the rare Sturgeon family. A paradise for fishing trips.

  • The Monastery of Horezu

A wonder of the Brancovenesc Architectural Style, the Horezu Monastery combines a truly marvellous set of architecture, painting and sculpture, which have since become a point of reference for Romanian architecture. A must-see attraction in Valcea County.

  • The Fortified Churches of Transylvania

A legacy of medieval Transylvania, the fortified churches were built by the Transylvanian Saxons and have since defined the architecture of the region. Scattered across the Transylvanian villages, the fortified churches, such as Biertan, Saschiz and Prejmer are the largest in South-Eastern Europe and are a beauty not to be missed.

  • The Wooden Churches of Maramures

The Orthodox churches of Maramures represent an endemic architectural style, defined by tall and slim wooden steeples which fit wonderfully into the mountain landscape of Northern Romania.

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