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„Timpul Omului” Museum

The „Timpul Omului” ("The Ages of Man") museum in Mânzăleşti includes in its 2 rooms objects specific to the Lopătari area and represents an important identity card of the local community.

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National Museum of Contemporary Art

The National Museum of Contemporary Art, or MNAC, in short, includes a permanent exhibition and several other temporary ones with a series of defining works for the Romanian artistic landscape, starting with the communist period, and ending with our times.

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The Princely Court

The Princely Court in Târgoviște is an ensemble of historic buildings and medieval fortifications that was used as a residence and administrative center for some Wallachian prices.

Kendi - Kemény Castle

Kendi - Kemény Castle at Brâncovenești is one of the best preserved Hungarian noble residences in Transylvania, with high tourist potential.

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Teleki Castle

Considered one of the most beautiful noble residences in Transylvania, the Teleki Castle in Gornești is an excellent example of late Baroque architecture also found in Hungary.

Bran Castle

The fortress, located on the border between the Transylvania and Muntenia historical provinces, between the Bucegi and Piatra Craiului Mountains attracts numerous tourists due to the Legend of Count Dracula.

Mikes–Szentkereszty Manor House

The Mikes–Szentkereszty Manor House in Zagon counts as one of the most notable heritage pieces of the Mikes family, and as one of the most important attractions in Covasna County.

Sükösd-Bethlen Castle

Sükösd-Bethlen Castle in Racoș dates from the 17th century and is a standing example of Renaissance architecture specific to Transylvania. After extensive delapidation, very little of the actual castle remains, so many consider it a "well-maintained ruin".

Cetățuia de pe Strajă (Little Fortress on the Hill)

„Cetățuia” or Brașov's fortress played a defensive role outside of the main medieval town (now the Old Town). As it stands perched up on Straja Hill, it represents the perfect place for short, relaxing walks. 

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Poenari Castle

Poenari Castle is a ruined castle, notable for its connection to Vlad the Impaler. Access to the ruin is made by climbing the 1,480 concrete stairs.

Peleș Castle

The castle located on creek Peles Valley was the summer residence of the kings of Romania and was built during the time of King Carol I of Romania, being finalized in 1914.

Ocna Sibiului

Put the spa resort Ocna Sibiului on your list of things to do in Sibiu County!The rich aerosol air, the renovated bathing pools and the spa complex have given the resort back its former charm.

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