Sorcova is an old Romanian popular custom practised on the morning of January the 1st.
This custom is spread throughout the entire country and is practised mainly by children.Continue reading “Sorcova”
A great natural phenomenon taking place in Romania is known as “living fires”. The name “Living Fires” is given because the fire is always active.
One of the places where you can see it is Lopătari, in Buzău County.Continue reading “A little bit of Heaven (176)”
Lepșa – Little Switzerland
Lepșa is called Little Switzerland by many tourists, due to its beauty.Continue reading “A little bit of Heaven (174)”
Muddy volcanoes are formations created by natural gas from 3,000 meters deep, which pass through clay mixed with groundwater. The gases push water mixed with clay to the surface. The mud formed by them comes to the surface. In those places, it dries in contact with the air, forming conical structures of different heights similar to volcanoes. Coming to the surface from layers of clay the mud is cold. (Wikipedia)Continue reading “A little bit of Heaven (173)”
Watching movies, probably you do not know they have scenes or they are entirely filmed in Romania. Some of the movies below are listed in my previous articles about Romanian filming locations: Transylvania, Corvin Castle, Peleș Castle. It seems that the picturesque landscapes of Romania make it more and more popular with movie producers.Continue reading “10 Movies with scenes filmed in Bucharest”
Beauty and history are my words to describe a place where you would think you were into an old medieval castle: Corvin Castle.Continue reading “10 Movies filmed at Corvin Castle”