Romania is a beautiful country located at the crossroads of Southeastern and Eastern Europe. It has 20 million inhabitants, a rich history and beautiful natural and human-made monuments. We’re bringing you the 6 fascinating facts about this beautiful country.
The Most Beautiful Delta in Europe
The Danube Delta in Romania has been titled the most beautiful river delta in Europe. The delta consists of a total of 23 natural ecosystems and is excellently preserved, boasting with a rich flora and fauna. It is one of Romania’s most popular tourist’s attractions and is a perfect place for explorers and wildlife lovers. The Danube Delta is not for everybody though. It still is one of Earths few preserved wilderness and a vast, open and quiet space.
7 Unesco World Heritage Sights
Besides its beautiful natural landmarks, Romania also has a total of 7 World Heritage Sights. From the Church of Moldavia to the villages and fortified churches in Transylvania, there are a lot of charming and stunning locations just want to be explored. Entire Romania, especially the western part of Walachia is especially rich in cultural monuments, beautiful spas and historical landmarks.
Home to Europe’s Largest Mammals
In an age when there are more and more extinct species, the Romanian government is trying to safeguard the largest European mammal. The European Bison, which can scale up to 1,300 pounds, is a magnificent and majestic animal. They are scattered all across the wide Carpathian range. In comparison to the popular American Bison, the European Bison is slimmer but taller in stature.
The Carpathian mountains are also the home to the densest bear population in all of Europe. The northern brown bears, which occupy this territory, number over 5,000 and are so numerous that they are often caught foraging for food in the nearby villages. The Piatra Craiului National Park is a perfect sight for bear watching, just be ready for this overwhelming experience.
Paris of the East
Bucharest, the largest city and the capital of Romania, is one of the most beautiful cities in all of Eastern Europe. There are many popular tourist attractions, classical and historical monuments, including the largest and most expensive administrative building in the world, which was built during the Ceausescu era. The Bucharest old town is famous for its concentrated strip of beautiful cafes and vibrant nightclubs. During the mid 20th century, the city obtained the name ‘Little Paris’, due to its industrial centres and elegant architecture. The French influence is more than obvious when you walk the amazing streets of Bucharest.
Romania is also a very well established and welcoming country for all of those who like to gamble, especially in online playing casinos. Many cities across Romania have land-based casinos, including the Grand Casino in Bucharest. Besides classic, land-based, gambling online casinos have become more and more popular over the last few years. There you can choose to play any game you can play in a regular casino, from slots and blackjack to poker and baccarat.
Gold Resources and the Gold Museum
Romania is the richest country in the world when it comes to having gold resources. The Romanian city of Brad is also home to a pretty unique museum, The Gold Museum. This museum contains over 2,000 different pieces of gold collected over a 100 year period. The pieces displayed in the museum are so uncommon and spectacular, that their value can’t be measured in weight.