Cities of Romania

Two of the main arteries of Bucharest, Schitu Magureanu and Queen Elizabeth avenues are bordering the Cismigiu Park, the first public garden in Bucharest. Located in the city center, Cismigiu is arranged in the style of English parks. Alexander Ypsilanti ordered in 1779 the construction of two fountains in Bucharest.…
The Biological Research Centre – the "Vasile Fati" Botanical Garden, of Salaj County is located in the north-east section of Jibou, on the second terrace of Somes River. Built during the years 1959-1968 after the project and the idea of the biology teacher Vasile Fati, the garden is today consideared…
The Library of the Technical University of Iasi was designated the most beautiful library in the world, the ranking resulting from a survey conducted by the portal: http://www.boredpanda.com/extraordinary-libraries/ where the vote is open. Library Gheorghe Asachi Technical University of Iasi The most beautiful in the world At least this is…
Rasnov city’s history begins over 2000 years when the cumidavian Dacians were living within the locality territory. The ancient name of Rasnov is "Comidava" latinized to "Cumidava" and under this shape appeared first, mentioned on a stone monument from the time of Emperor Alexander Severus. Traces of habitation within the…
World rankings quality of life, conducted by Numbeo, a specialized publication mentions Cluj Napoca as one of the places worth living in. Considering the parameter "Quality of Life", Cluj-Napoca is ranked 53 worldwide, thus, surpassing surprisingly cities like New York, London, Rome and Paris. "Quality of Life” is an estimate…
Romania holds many records, both at European and global level – and this, for many reasons: from artifacts unique in the world, to exceptional natural wealth, from remarkable inventions, to outstanding artistic achievements. Our country is well acknowledged at European levelwith a unique track record in the field of music…
Bucharest was the first city in the world illuminated with kerosene in 1857. The idea belonged to the pharmacist Adolf Steege, and the concession was attributed to Theodore M. Mehedinteanu. Also in 1857, in Rafov, near Ploiesti, it was opened the first industrial refinery and Romanian oil became the first…
Targoviste, the city where the old citadel used to be in old times, is located in the central-southern part of Romania on a high terrace of 260m above the valley of Ialomita, on the border between the Carpathian foothills region and the High Plain of Targoviste, that comprises the region…
When it comes to the very best European destinations, bigger does not always mean better. While travelers typically gravitate toward larger cities like London and Paris, some of the region's most rewarding and best-kept secrets are alternatively set well off-the-beaten path. From a tiny Albanian cliff town with stunning mountain…
The city with the cleanest air in Europe is Cluj Napoca, one of the most important cultural and academic center of Romania. According to the ranking made by the French magazine 'We Demain' in cooperation with the 'Respire' association, Cluj-Napoca is the European city with the cleanest air. In more…
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The ‘Wonderful Romania’ project sets itself to be a place where everyone can fill one’s soul with the beauty of these lands, a place in which Romanians will be able to rediscover their identity, and also an instrument of acknowledgment for the foreigners that want to know more about our country.