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The Carpathian Mountains run in a great arc across Romania, rising to over 2500 metres in Transylvania and include some of the wildest mountain walking in Europe. www.romaniasfriends.com

The Carpathian Mountains run in a great arc across Romania, rising to over 2500 metres in Transylvania and include some of the wildest mountain walking in Europe.

A traditional Transylvanian outfit for Jitar, Goftul and Ivan. Costumes would be based on this, all dressed the same, but with differences. Maybe only one with the coat?

People from Răchițele, Poieni and Negreni, villages in Huedin zone in Vlădeasa Mountains (Roumanie), performing Colinde, winter custom originating in Roman Saturnalia (people going from home to home and singing good wishes to the owners)

Pestera Vadu Crisului, judetul Bihor, Romania Cascada Vadu Crisului

Pestera Vadu Crisului, judetul Bihor, Romania

Unknown Bucharest: Patrimoniul arhitectural

The Central School for Girls, Bucharest designed by the Romanian architect Ion Mincu, the promoter of a Romanian style in architecture

No.13 Romanian National costume

No.13 Romanian National costume

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