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Charlottenburg, licensed photography - E. Berwanger

Charlottenburg – Romanian Village in a Circle

The only circle-shaped village from Romania, Charlottenburg was founded in 1771 by Germans. Nowadays, it is famous due to hunting seasons organized here, its configuration and the last living German who does not cease to proudly tell his village history.

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Pasarea, the Nun Monastery

Pasărea Monastery

Founded in 1813, this Nun Monastery benefited from massive restorations in 1967. Its museum houses royal donations, gospels and books from the 19th century, many icons and Gheorghe Anghel’s carved busts of two Romanian personalities: painter Theodor Pallady and poet Mihai Eminescu.

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Cacica Saltworks – A Unique Museum

Situated at the base of Călugăriţa hill, Suceava county, Cacica Saltworks is unique through its hand carved galleries. Santa Varvara’s Chapel, a stunning sculpture of Jesus Christ, a lake with saturated brine water and a ballroom can be found here.

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Sarmizegetusa Regia – The Ancient Dacian Fortress

Before the birth of Christ, Dacians occupied the most part of today’s Romanian territory, with the Transylvanian Plateau serving them as the center of their kind. Here, they built Sarmizegetusa Regia fortress, one of the most spiritual places in this country.

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