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Called by the poets "sweet Bukovina", the region is known for its magnificent painted monasteries.

Monuments of Bukovina >>

Transylvania, "the land beyond the woods", is home to an impressing number of monuments, among which countless castles, fortresses and citadels.

Monuments of Transylvania >>

Not far from Bukovina monasteries, Moldova monasteries are amazing masterpieces.

Monuments of Moldova >>

Banat is a region where Romanians, Serbs, Hungarians, Germans and others put their mark on the architecture.

Monuments of Banat >>

Muntenia hosts the capital, Bucharest, once known as "the little Paris". But that's not all: plenty of small mountain towns and villages enrich the landscape.

Monuments of Muntenia >>

Maramures, the land of wooden architecture boasts with its wonderful wooden houses, gates and especially wooden churches, for the building of which a single nail wasn't used.

Monuments of Maramures >>

Like Bukovina, Oltenia is known for its beautiful monasteries, built usually at the foot of the mountains.

Monuments of Oltenia >>

Dobrogea is a relatively small region, but it features traces of several cultures, starting with old Greeks, Romans and Dacians and continuing with Turks, Tatars, Italians, Russians, Bulgarians and, of course, Romanians.

Monuments of Dobrogea >>
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