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The Evening Standard Lists Sighisoara as a Top October Destination

The mystical Transylvanian city of Sighisoara is becoming one of the top destinations in Europe to visit. The city dates back to the early 12th century, when the invading Magyars occupied Transylvania. Wanting to consolidate his power and defend the ...

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Restored Deva Fortress to re-open for tourists

After it underwent revamping works for the past three years, Deva Fortress is ready to open its gates again for visitors as of April 1st. During the last 3 years, the access to the fortress was restricted to a belvedere ...

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The first Living Museum in Romania available soon

The first Living Museum in Romania will be commissioned this summer, Groove ON Cultural Association informed on Thursday. The project has been launched in December last year. The museum is located in a remote village in Apuseni Mountains, Tecșești, Alba ...

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The medieval city in Romania boasting the lowest unemployment rate

Located on the Mureș River valley in Alba county, 15 km away from the county capital Alba Iulia, Sebeș is another picturesque medieval city of Romania. During the middle ages, Sebeș was a flourishing economic and political centre, which preserved ...

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Medieval festival toes the line in Sibiu

“Transylvanian Fortresses” medieval festival toes the scratch on Friday in Sibiu to celebrate the days of the city. Over 100 artists from several countries, knights, princesses, handicraftsmen and minstrels will attend the big event rejoining the traditional parade of medieval ...

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Medieval churches in Târgoviste promoted with EU money

The medieval churches in Târgoviste dating back in the 17th -18th centuries will be promoted with European funds of EUR 200,000 by the local authorities, Târgoviste City Hall informed on Thursday during the presentation press conference. Six churches will be ...

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Rasnov, the high-pitched medieval fortress winking on the hilltop

Located on a rocky hilltop in the Carpathian Mountains, nine miles northeast from Brasov in Transylvania, Rasnov Fortress is a wonderful landmark piece of history framed by nature. Beyond the citadel’s impressive gate, the imagination goes off the track unveiling ...

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The Early Music Festival, Bucharest, the 9th edition

Praxis Antique and Medieval Association hosts between October 30 – November 21 the 9th edition of The Early Music Festival, the most important early music event in South Eastern Europe. Romanian musicians and dancers, next to guests from France and ...

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