Romania's landscapes

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Romania's landscapes

  1. 1. BYCRACIUN ALEXANDRAIONESCU MARIUSSERBAN GEORGESANDICA DENIS
  2. 2. The Danube is a riverin Central Europe,the continents second longestafter the Volga. it originates inthe Black Forest of Germany.
  3. 3. The Danube was known in Latin as Danubius (namewas translated: "the bringer of luck“).Romania is also one of the lucky countries where you can see theDanube, Galatz being the largest port town on the DanubeIn Galatz, the Danube’s delta is well visited, being one of themost crowded areas during national events and a place where allpeople , old or young, children or their parents love spendingtheir free time.
  4. 4. THE SPHINXThe Sphinx is a natural rock formation in the BucegiMountains. It is located at an altitude of 2216 m. The image ofthe sphinx appeared when the rock (having an 8 m height anda 12 m width) was watched from a certain angle.
  5. 5. BICAZ VALLEYJust like every year, autumn creates a fairy taleenvironment in Bicaz Valley that impresses any tourist.Bicajel Valley is a hidden heavenly place, behind themassive stone walls from Bicaz..
  6. 6. BICAZ VALLEYThe picturesque sceneries from Bicaz Valley never seizeto amaze every person that discovers this beautifulplace. During summer hundreds of field flowers are adelight to watch and during autumn, only thebeautifully colored leaves impresses the tourists
  7. 7. BRASOVBrasov is the favourite tourist destination in Romania.Winter sports, mainly skiing and snowboarding, bringin the winter season thousands of tourists coming fromall over Europe.
  8. 8. BRASOV
  9. 9. BRASOV Being an old medieval city, Brasov gives you the opportunity to visit a lot of old historical monuments and museums.

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