The Romanian culture is rich in complexity and traditions, a result of the country's particular geography and historical evolution. The Dacian people, one of the major indigenous populations of Central and Southeast Europe are one of the predecessors of the Proto-Romanians, and it is believed that a mixture of Dacians, Romans, and Illyrians are the predecessors of modern Romanians. Modern Romanian culture visibly reflects a tremendous amount of both Central and Western European influences but does also share several similarities with other ancient cultures outside of Central Europe.
One of the most mysterious locations in Romania is Iulia Hasdeu Castle, located in the town of Campina close to Bucharest. Built on the principle of the magical numbers 3 and 7 the castle brings history, mistery and paranormal together.
Sturdza Castle from Miclauseni, also known as the Sturdza Palace, is a Neo-Gothic castle built between 1880-1904 by Gheorghe Sturza and his wife Maria, in the village of Miclauseni, at about 65 km from Iaşi. It is currently owned by the Metropolitan Church of Moldavia and Bucovina and included on the List of Historical...
This was the capital city and the most important military, religious and political centre of the Dacian state. You will be amazed to discover how technically skilled dacians were - just look at the ceramic pipes they used to transport water for water, the water drainage, the paved roads and of course the fortifications.