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Villages of Măgura, Peștera & Șirnea

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Villages of Fundata, Moieciu & Șimon

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Transfăgărășan Road

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Transalpina Road

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Villages of Poiana Mărului & Holbav

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Hamlet of Fundătura Ponorului

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Trails from Cârnic in Retezat

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Șipot Waterfalls on Strei Valley

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"Thousands and thousands of travelers rush by as the muezzin breaks the constant humming of the crowds with his thundering voice, calling Muslims to prayer. You sit there, in what seems to be the center of the Universe, surrounded by voices and faces, smells and colors that you’ve never seen together. Istanbul is noisy and crowded, but it’s also more alive than everything I have ever seen. With its eclectic mix of visitors, tiny streets packed with lamp shops and ice cream stands, rushing peddlers magisterially balancing their tea trays, colorful cats that everyone seems to love…Istanbul gets into your soul and makes you fall in love. Istanbul smells of roasted corn and chestnuts, of fried lamb and a plethora of unknown spices. It seems to speak all the languages of Earth at once and it sounds of Adhan calls and merchants yelling their offers, of cars and trams and ships that create a dizzying scene that is constantly changing and always mesmerizing. Istanbul has culture and nature, it has history and religion, gastronomy and diversity, it descends from great empires and clings over two continents; it is the capital of small commerce and heaven of cats..."
Getting Lost in Istanbul
Travel Story

Glacial Lakes of the Carpathians

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Silent Winter Dreams

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"In clear days, the solitary silhouette of Monte Titano can be seen from far away, as far as the elegant resort of Rimini, the preferred departure for travelers that wish to reach San Marino. As you get closer, the rocky titan becomes even more imposing. The three towers perched above are a magnificent reminder of its troubled past. According to legends, the oldest republic of the world was established by a woodcutter named Marinus. The splendid cathedral atop the mountain is dedicated to him. San Marino is not only the city in the clouds, sculpted into the rock, it also includes eight other surrounding settlements, or castles as they are officially known. There are many things to say about how fascinating and special this corner of the world truly is, cold and chained within its own walls, yet so vibrant in its freedom and perfection ideals. A walk through the labyrinths of cobblestone streets can take you to another world, back to a time of armored knights, hidden treasures and medieval intrigue. San Marino is unique and spectacular destination, maybe too popular for its own good, with thousands of tourists climbing the steep road towards the city to visit the dozen attractions marked on a map. But to really reveal the soul of San Marino it takes more, you have to explore the secluded alleys, to spend some time admiring the endless rolling hills from the top of the towers..."
San Marino - Where the eagles fly
Travel Story
"It’s a strange feeling landing inside this huge Lego world made of steel and glass, and cement and sweat and blinking lights and ear busting horns. The first time, I truly felt like being stranded in the future, where everyone seems to know where they are going and the rush never ceases, day and night, summer or winter. I’d imagine some people even experiencing vertigo or at least some twisted neck pains for the first minutes of only looking up. I visited Manhattan New York three times, the third time all by myself so that I’d have time to explore the city on my own terms, blending in the thousands of tourists walking like zombies through the urban canyons. If you have a map, it’s easy to get around and if you can bear the pains of walking and the constant heat of summer, New York can even be explored on foot. I only took the subway two times during my three visits and still managed to see the most important points of interest..."
Manhattan
Travel Story

Heroes Path Monumental Complex

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