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  • Romanian literature
    Mihai Eminescu (1850-1889) - Romanian poet - Two poems on the Sea.

  • Romanian food

  • Romanian literature
    A Finnish artist walking the paths of art and literature in Romania.

  • Romanian Relief
    Geography and History: a few Observations about Romanian Relief

  • Romanian Literature part II
    This article is about Ovid, Roman poet in exile in Romania.

  • Romanian folk costumes

  • The First Meeting - Romanian diary
    Go Back To The Origins

  • Romanian people in the universal history

  • Braila – a Romanian cosmopolitan city

  • The glacial lakes from the Romanian Carpathians
    The lacial lakes - a great natural heritage

  • About Romania

  • About ROMANIA
    A short description of my country.

  • Romanian/Greek Orthodox Byzantine Chants

  • The Gothic architectural elements in the Romanian architecture
    Symbiosis and artistic influences in medieval Transylvania

  • Romanian translations of The incomparable earth and Snow
    Romanian translations of the Quasimodo poems The incomparable earth and Snow by Cristian Vatamanu

  • Mihail Sebastian - A Romanian writer from Braila
    Poetry and literature

  • Deva - Romania

  • Peles Castle, a jewel of the Romanian cultural Heritage

  • Preserving Romanian historical traditions within European context

  • Christmas Traditions in Romania
    Christmas Traditions in Romania

  • Byzantine art and its influence in Romania
    Byzantine art and its influence in Romania

  • Easter Traditions in Romania
    The Easters And the Easter Eggs

  • Monasteries in Moldavia - Romania
    Religious heritage in Romania.

  • The Greeks in Romania: Phanariotes

  • World Heritage Sites in Romania

  • Christian monotheism and its influences in Romania
    Nicaea (Iznik) Council, Arianism and Romanian orthodoxy.

  • Saint Andrew - the protector of Romania
    Europa and the sea

  • Water resources and their management in Romania

  • Dacians, the inhabitans of modern-day Romania
    Dacia, the territory of a polytheistic religion and the sacred area of Sarmisegetuza Region.

  • Piatra Neamţ, Neamt County, Romania

  • Piatra Neamt (Romania) and the roots of a very special unknown civilization: the Immortal Dacians
    Geography, History, Religion

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