Bigăr Waterfall

Bigăr Waterfall

Bigar Waterfall is situated  in Caras-Severin country , located in reservation with the same name of the Anina Mountains . It was included, along with seven other waterfalls in different countries, in a top unique waterfalls in the world, produced by journalists from The World Geography. Only that brought international recognition and fame at home where, until now, showed no interest. Via:...
Romanian Army in World War I . Part II

Romanian Army in World War I . Part II

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Constantin Brancusi and his work

Constantin Brancusi and his work

Constantin Brâncuși (February 19, 1876 – March 16, 1957) was a Romanian-born sculptor who made his career in France. Brâncuși grew up in the village of Hobiţa, Gorj, near Târgu Jiu, close to Romania’s Carpathian Mountains, an area known for its rich tradition of folk crafts, particularly woodcarving. Geometric patterns of the region are seen in his later works. Considered the pioneer of modernism, Brâncuși is called the patriarch of modern. In 2002, a sculpture by Brâncuși named “Danaide” was sold for $18.1...
Barsana Monastery

Barsana Monastery

Barsana Monastery is situated on Iza Valley , in Maramures region . The monastery was built of wood by local tradition, under the direction of architect Cordoş Dorel. It is composed of specific Maramures gate, bell tower, the church (with a height of 57 m)  , summer altar, monk’s cells, chapel (built on several levels),  masters house and artists house. Recently the museum of the monastery was...
Bucharest In 1940 . By Margaret Bourke-White

Bucharest In 1940 . By Margaret Bourke-W...

Margaret Bourke-White was the first woman  photographer and war correspondent . She visited Romania and Bucharest in 1940 and her pictures are present now in the Life Collection.   Via:...
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