Collected by Jorge Franco IV
Aleea Peleșului 2, Sinaia 106100, Romania
Peleș Castle is a Neo-Renaissance castle built for King Carol I of Romania between 1873 and 1914. The Castle was used as a location for the film The Brothers Bloom. The exterior of the castle is breathtaking and married flawlessly to the...
Strada Sforii, Brașov, Romania
At 1.32 meters wide and 83 meters long, "Rope Street" is one of the narrowest streets in Europe. Strada Sforii brings a quaint "je ne sais quoi" to Romania's already charming medieval city. The tiny cobblestone road and pleasant pastel walls lend...
Sector 5, București 050563, Romania
Bucharest is like an elderly woman who refuses to age, but is loosing the battle. Every turn of a corner reveals architectural wonder. The Buildings have as much detail as they do dirt, and the cobble-stone streets as much charm as litter. Nothing...
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