The Romanian Principalities saw a boost in trade in the first part of the 19th century.
One of the oldest medieval citadels preserved to date in Romania.
Arcalia, a Moorish-Byzantine castle, is not something you encounter very often in Romania
Located in central Romania, some 50 km from the city of Cluj-Napoca, Gherla is considered the first modern town in Transylvania.
Close to the Romanian Patriarchal See on Mitropolia Hill, on the outskirts of the Bucharest’s oldest quarters lies a street today known as 11 Iunie (“11th of June”).
A literary community extremely active in the 1970s in Romania.
Romanian-born writer Herta Muller was granted the Nobel Prize in 2009, also putting the Banat Action Group into the limelight.
Herastrau, one of the lakes in the north, and the surrounding plots of land covering a surface area of 110 hectares were drained so as to create a very large park.
Following the union of the principalities of Moldavai and Wallachia, Ruler Alexandru Ioan Cuza implemented radical reforms with the help of his wife, Elena Cuza.
Evidence of monetary circulation in and around Bucharest goes back before the city’s first mention in historical records in 1459.
The early history of telephony in Romania
Ion Heliade Radulescu is considered one of the founding fathers of Romanian modern culture
Hosted today by a neo-Gothic palace built in the first half of the 19th century, the museum was founded in 1921.
A short history of one of Bucharest's iconic buildings.
After acceding to the throne of the Romanian Principalities in 1866, King Carol I set out to turn Bucharest into a modern capital.
One of the emblematic buildings of mid 19th Century Bucharest
Today's edition features prominent documentary filmmakers from Romania.
European Commission report shows Romania had one of the fastest growing GDP rates in the EU.
We invite you to visit Buzias spa in Timis County, western Romania
Romania remains optimistic about the future of the EU
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Today's feature looks at a growing industry in Romania
Great Britain's leaving the EU has triggered talks on the future of the Union
A look at the main sporting events this past weekend
For decades, the life of Romania's communist elites was a mystery for the common people.
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