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:...
Romanian army in World War I . Part I

Romanian army in World War I . Part I

Ministry of Culture of France published on its website a series of original photographs from World War in Romania. The images were taken by the Romanian Army Photographic Service. In pictures appear different Romanian personalities such as King Ferdinand, Queen Mary and general Averescu. A bunch of Huns helmets captured. trophies Visit a French captain on the forehead, stopping in front of a shelter Work of railway track maintenance View of the valley or Caschin Casin Two soldiers in their shelter, earth mound Trophies taken from the...
Black Sea Lighthouses

Black Sea Lighthouses

Romania has roughly 250 km of coastline on the northwestern side of the Black Sea. The southern half of the coastline has the country’s major port, Constanţa, with its satellite ports Mangalia and Midia. The northern half is occupied by the large delta of the Danube River. Source Source Source Source Source  Source Mangalia Northeast Breakwater . Inactive. 7 m high . Round masonry tower with lantern and gallery Source   Via:...
Romanian peasants in the early twentieth century

Romanian peasants in the early twentieth...

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Romania in 1890-1900

Romania in 1890-1900

These photos were found in the Detroit Publishing Co.. , Catalogue J foreign section, Detroit Publishing Company, 1905. Besides Bucharest and Sinaia are also several cities which at that time were part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, such as Brasov, Sibiu and Cluj Napoca. Via: loc.gov
Pre World War II Basarabia. Part II

Pre World War II Basarabia. Part II

  We continue the last post , with some new photos   Via:...
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