Must Visit Places In Romania | UNESCO Heritage
There are some Must Visit Places In Romania | UNESCO Heritage!
If you ever find yourself in Romania -the country with all you can get- there are some places you must visit. Romania is a beautiful country; everyone who’s been there knows it.
It has beautiful places but the most important- beautiful people! Our girls are one of the most beautiful girls in Europe.
Romania is the country with all you can find, as I said earlier. When I say that I mean, here (because I am from Romania) you can find anything you want, from tasteful food to beautiful landscapes.
We are also known for the Dracula myth, the beautiful girls, tasty food and the road which Jeremy Clarkson from Top Gear UK said is the best road in the world, our Transfagarasan road.
As I said, Romania has beautiful places, but today I’m only going to talk about the ones in the UNESCO Heritage. Let’s see which Must Visit Places In Romania | UNESCO Heritage!
The Danube Delta (1991)
It is the oldest Romanian place in the UNESCO Heritage.
The Danube waters flow into the Black Sea. It’s been a part of UNESCO Heritage since 1991 because it’s the largest and best preserved of the Europe’s deltas.
Over 300 species of birds have a home in the Danube Delta and 45 freshwater fish species.
Churches of Moldavia (1993)
All the eight churches of northern Moldavia were built from the late 15th century to the late 16th century.
With their external walls covered in fresco paintings inspired by Byzantine art and well preserved. They represent complete cycles of religious themes.
Monastery of Horezu (1993)
Another one of the beauties of Romania, the Monastery was founded in 1670 by Prince Constantine Brancovan.
Known for its architectural purity and balance and the richness of its sculptural detail. Also for the votive portraits and it’s painted decorative works, all of the “Brancovan” style.
The Monastery is located in Vâlcea County, Region of Wallachia.
Villages with Fortified Churches in Transylvania (1993)
The villages were founded by the Transylvanian Saxons and by their fortified churches provide a vivid picture of the cultural landscape of southern Transylvania.
Seven villages are inscribed, dominated by their fortified churches, illustrating the building styles from the 13th to the 16th century. Visit the villages on the counties Alba and Hunedoara in Transylvania.
Dacian Fortresses of the Orastie Mountains (1999)
In the 1st centuries B.C and A.D. under Dacian rule, the fortresses were built.
With an unusual fusion of military and religious architectural techniques and concepts these fortresses were the nucleus of the Dacian Kingdom. Just like the previous objective you can visit the fortresses in the counties Alba and Hunedoara in Transylvania.
Historic Centre of Sighisoara (1999)
The Historic Centre of Sighisoara was founded by German craftsmen and merchants known as the Saxon of Transylvania.
Sighisoara is a good example of a fortified medieval town. Also it is known to play an important strategic and commercial role on central Europe. You can visit them in Mure? County, Region of Transylvania.
Wooden Churches of Maramures (1999)
These amazing wooden Churches of Maramures stand up because their design.
Reminding us all of the different periods and areas by their standing wooden architecture.
Their particular variety of designs and craftsmanship make from these churches the cultural landscape of the mountainous area of northern Romania.
Many people have come to our country and then they fell in love (with the women or the landscapes) and never left; care to be one of them?
We, the Romanian people are proud of the seven UNESCO Heritage places and invite you to come visit them.
What do you think of them? Which one of the Must Visit Places in Romania | UNSECO Heritage do you like best? Leave your comments in the section below ‘cause I’d love to hear what you think! Also, don’t forget to share!