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Daily Mail: The princely charms of Romania – Why one of Europe’s less-known countries is fit for royalty (and beautiful for everyone else too)

“Four hours north-west of Bucharest, in the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains, there is a converted stables with the Prince of Wales feathers painted on its chimney. It’s in the tiny hamlet of Zalanpatak, known locally as Valea Zalanului, at ...

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