Danube Delta

The Danube Delta is an important refuge for many species of animals, mostly birds, being one of the richest areas in terms of biodiversity in Europe. There are around 20,000 people living in the Delta, out of which almost 75% live in remote villages, making the average density of about 2 inhabitants per square km.
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Rimetea Village

A small traditional village with beautifully painted houses, where people like to say that the sun rises twice a day due to the hills that surround it.
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Horezu - the core of Romanian pottery

Horezu is the core of Romanian pottery, and this traditional craft has been included in the UNESCO Patrimony in 2005. The craft has been passed throughout generations, and over the years it gained a large amount of cultural richness and diversity.
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Horezu Monastery

A listing of Romanian tourist attractions must include the Horezu Monastery. Find out more about the Monastery, included in UNESCO Heritage, and its legend.
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