19 Unusual Things Exclusive to Moldova! – Video

19 Unusual Things Exclusive to Moldova! – Video

19 Strange Things That Only Exist In Moldova!
The place with the world’s largest wine cellar, a country that went without a president for 3 years, home to over 400 thousand immigrants from Ukraine, and the poorest in Europe… That is Moldova, a small Eastern European country and one of the least visited in Europe.
Join me through the following video to discover the 19 weirdest and most interesting facts about Moldova. You will be impressed by the truths related to the country’s wine!

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19 strange things that only exist in mdova the place with the world’s largest wine seller a country that went without a president for 3 years HED to over 400,000 immigrants from Ukraine and the poorest in Europe that is mdova a small Eastern European country and one of the

Least visited in Europe join me through the following video to discover the 19 weirdest and most interesting facts about Moldova you will be impressed by the truths related to the country’s wine number 15 Mulan wine is banned in Russia in 2006 Russia and mova experienced diplomatic tensions leading

To Russia imposing a ban on movan and Georgian wines this had a devastating impact on moldova’s economy as Russia had been importing nearly 90% of moldova’s Total Wine production the ban was declared by Russia’s Chief sanitary inspector jened onishchenko who claimed that heavy metals and pesticides were found in

Mulan wine labeling them as counterfeit alcoholic products however mova argued that the Russians provided no evidence and many other countries around the world had been importing Mulan wine without reporting any issues mova contended that the ban was Unjust number 14 mdova is the poorest country in Europe the Republic of mdova is a beautiful country with open-minded locals and significant untapped potential unfortunately it is also the poorest country in Europe this is attributed to mdova enduring centuries of rule under the former Soviet Union now Russia and suffering significant economic setbacks

After the dissolution of the Soviet Union due to the relatively inexperienced leadership moldova’s primary economic activities are centered around agriculture despite facing challenges such as lack of access to the Sea and modest land area mova possessed is favorable natural conditions for Agricultural Development despite the initial difficulties the country is making daily

Efforts to improve its economic situation and join the European Union consequently the local population continues to maintain hope and accept a standard of living that is only a few dollars per day the dire economic situation and high unemployment rates Force many local residents to migrate abroad this results in a lack of care

For the elderly population within the country consequently the Czech Republic has contributed to supporting Ukrainian refugees in mova as well as providing social services and health care for the elderly population number 13 rapid population increase due to Ukrainian migration as mentioned earlier the Republic of Moldova has an estimated

Population of only about 4 million people a decrease from over 4 million in the late 1980s this decline is primarily attributed to Citizens migrant ating to other countries in search of employment however the population experienced a sudden increase overnight this was because approximately 400,000 people fleeing across the border from

Ukraine to mova chose to stay in the country the movan people warmly welcomed them with some movans even hosting refugees in their own homes many others from Ukraine sought refuge in Romania therefore the governments of mova and Romania established a green Corridor between the two countries the purpose

Was to enhance the flow of Ukrainian refugees with free bus transportation moving people from one country to the Other number 12 National wine Day celebrated annually mdova boasts three renowned and historically significant wine producing regions Val Lou trien codru and Stefan voder with a profound love for wine mova dedicates a special day to it national wine day usually Falls on on the weekend and often extends into a weekl long

Event in October each year wine producers open their Vineyards and sellers to show how they make wine they also organize tasting sessions many of which are affordable you can get there by a free bus that takes you between wineries Wine sellers tasting rooms underground exhibition rooms and other wine

Destinations because no one should drive while drinking wine this is moldova’s most famous Festival attracting a large number of tourists while tasting some of M doa’s finest wines you can also experience live folk and modern concerts the festival offers up to 300 types of wine from over 40 major

Wineries if anyone feels like attending this Festival after hearing about it feel free to let me know in the comments number 11 world champion in alcohol consumption moldova’s culture is heavily influenced by its alcohol production industry with rural areas of the country standing out with Vineyards and FL flower

Gardens moldovans take great pride in their wine production industries with many individuals growing their own grapes and making wine at home for personal consumption on average each moldan consumes about 1 16.8 L of alcohol per year there was even a time in the former Soviet Union where every two bottles of

Wine consumed equated to one produced in mov and vignettes according to numerous studies moldova’s traditional wine making has a history Banning thousands of years making it one of the first places in the world to process wine due to favorable soil conditions and weather for grape cultivation number 10 special bathtubs

For newborns the arrival of a new family member is celebrated traditionally in mova according to the Customs the first bath for the baby is given by the eldest woman on the Father’s Side besides warm water the bathtub is adorned with flowers symbolizing the wish for a good life honey and milk

Signifying a sweet and prosperous life for the baby including Financial abundance number nine national animal of mdova is the European bison have you ever heard of the European bison if so try commenting to see if you can identify this species the ancient wild bison once roamed across

Europe for thousands of years until the last specimen died in the 17th century this colossal looking creature is the national animal of mova the people’s affection for this animal is so profound that they depict the Majestic head of the European bison on the shield in the middle of the movan

Flag number eight world’s largest wine seller in central mova there is an extensive network of underground tunnels stretching for hundreds of miles filled with wine the tunnels beneath the mesty mighty Winery in mova are vast and captivating spanning approximately 240 km the tunnels are wide enough to use

Small trucks as a means of exploring the wine Celler although only about 56 km of the tunnels are currently utilized the owners believe that road signs should be placed to prevent tourists from getting lost the Guinness World Records recognizes this as the largest wine seller in the world there are over 2

Million bottles of wine stored here averaging to about half a bottle of wine for each person in mova to drink to finish the entire collection originally this Cellar was an old Limestone mine closed in 1960 it was later repurposed into a wine cellar maintaining humidity levels between 85

To 95% and a temperature fluctuating between 12 to 14° C throughout the year these conditions are considered ideal for the storage of red wine number seven mova is the least visited country in Europe mdova a country located at the the edge of Eastern Europe bordered by Romania and

Ukraine is a Young Nation gaining independence on August 27th 1991 with an area of only 33,8 46 km and a population of just over 4 million mova has several attractions however it remains a relatively unknown destination for most Travelers estimates suggest that around 110,000 tourists visit mova annually

This may be attributed to its and fewer tourist attractions nevertheless those who have visited mdova often happily return for another trip the best time to visit this country is during the wine harvest season in October when many wine festivals are held number six Russian is considered one of the main languages of

Mova the majority of the population in mdova can still speak Russian as their native language similar to people in Russia and Ukraine as mentioned earlier the Republic of mova declared its independence in 1991 after years of communist rule however prior to that like in all former communist countries Russian was

The primary foreign language taught in schools today most people can still communicate in Russian with their families and friends in addition to Russian and Romanian English is also being introduced as a compulsory subject in moldova’s educational system moreover many residents of the country also speak Gago a turkic

Language so if you ever have the opportunity to visit mova and know some Russian don’t hesitate to use it to communicate with the locals and if you don’t know Russian maybe try learning some basic phrases before your trip number five majority of the population lives in rural areas is

Anyone here fond of The Quiet life in rural areas please share your thoughts with me mova is primarily a rural Society according to data from the World Bank in 2018 about 57% of moldova’s population lives in rural areas this is the highest percentage among any country in Europe except for

Leen Stein Agriculture and wine production are the main industries the rural landscape of the country is tranquil and beautiful with vast Vineyards for wine production number four unique Cuisine of mdova moldovan Cuisine is heavily influenced by neighboring Eastern European countries especially Romania Ukraine Russia and Poland most moldovan

Dishes consist of a variety of meats potatoes and vegetables with Rich and diverse flavors the most common movan dish is made from cornmeal and is called mamala in mdova cornmeal is prepared similarly to neighboring Romania and is akin to Italy’s palenta mamala is made from yellow cornmeal and and traditionally served

With delicious stews and meat dishes toed with cheese and sour cream sometimes it is also ground into a hot porridge or served with pork fried fish and a sauce made from garlic oil water and vinegar this simple and nutritious dish is present on most molden tables even in upscale

Restaurants orbe it with more sophisticated preparation in addition you can try kinasi Hub bronza or the cheese dumplings when you come here kinasi bronza is a cheese dumpling made from wheat F filled with various types of cheese and boiled in salted water cultas CU bronza is often served with sour

Cream instead of cheese similar dumplings can also be found in mova with fillings such as mash potatoes meat or even sweet fillings like cherry or Jam SEL cabbage rolls are also quite tasty and worth trying when in mdova cabbage leaves are stuffed with seasoned meat served at celebrations and special

Occasions I they are often filled with rice minced pork or chicken caramelized onions and various vegetables like carrots in mova grape leaves are commonly used to roll the filling but sometimes cabbage leaves are used as well just hearing about it makes you hungry right if any of you have tasted

Moldovan Cuisine or plan to visit feel free to comment and let me know number three interesting festivals in mova do you know about the festivals in mdova try commenting below to let me know mdova has many festivals that offer unique experiences alongside its history you should explore moldova’s Rich cultural heritage including fantastic

Folk music dance forms pottery and Cuisine while sipping on the country’s finest wines if you get the chance to visit one of Moldova spring festivals is the Marza Music Festival this music festival starts in mdova with with the arrival of spring celebrated hand inhand in March this Festival has been a part

Of the country for over half a century the best concert halls in chiso including the Phil harmonics opera house and organ Hall organize up to 40 concerts to welcome spring additionally voo horror is another intriguing Festival this Festival brings benefits to humanity in some way it marks world carf free day

With a 20 km public bike ride being the main event where people cycle through the capital chiso the cycling activity starts at the Grand National Assembly Square and an outdoor concert is also organized for people to dance together if you are a fan of pumpkins you’ll surely enjoy the bostani festival

You’ve never seen so many uses and forms of pumpkins anywhere in the world as everything is made from pumpkins and shaped like pumpkins such as lighters wine containers pumpkin-shaped musical instruments the essence of this Festival number two mdova boasts the world’s largest bottle Museum that’s right you’re not mistaken although mova

Is a relatively poor country in Europe its architecture never fails to impress visitors the strong drinks museum a bottle-shaped museum located in the village of tanoa was built in 1988 with bottles reaching a height of 28 M inside the bottle there is a five-story structure comprising five exhibition rooms showcasing over 10,000

Bottles of wine and alcoholic beverages from more than 100 countries around the world Additionally the surrounding area of the museum includes a complex with a fourstar hotel featuring six rooms a restaurant five bars two tasting rooms a gift shop a dry sauna room a swimming

Pool a large tennis court a gym and of course a wine tasting room do you find this Museum interesting feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments number one stru geodetic Arc The stru geodetic Arc is a chain of triangulation points stretching from northern Norway

To the Black Sea this chain of stations was established and used by the Russian German scientist Friedrich jorg Wilhelm Von stru from 1,816 to 1855 to accurately measure the size and shape of the earth its total length is over 2,820 km this geodetic AR runs through 10 countries in 2005 UNESCO recognized this

Chain as a world heritage site comprising 34 baseo monuments marker columns and reference points so we have discovered 19 strange and fascinating facts about mova but most of all mdova is not the only country with the strangest things we invite you to follow us and continue to visit

Romania a place that will really surprise you 17 strange things that only happen in Romania Rania Romania is an Eastern European country with diverse nature and friendly people however it is also a place with numerous dark truths featuring Eerie locations such as the castle of the vampire haunted bent trees

Forest or underground temples Romania is also the origin of many peculiar Customs like bride kidnapping and Lively cemeteries for The Departed join me on a journey to Romania through the following moments to discover countless interesting aspects of this country number 17 The Haunting forest in Romania ohay bashu is dubbed the scariest forest

In the world iing many Mysteries that scientists have yet to explain located just outside the city of cluan apoca in the Transylvania region the forest is the most mysterious place in Romania explorers who have ventured into this Forest report feeling an unusually rapid heartbeat and intense feelings of anxiety some have even experienced

Symptoms such as rashes unexplained Burns and strange scratches on their bodies there are accounts of people vomiting experiencing headaches and going missing some tell stories of a young girl who disappeared in the forest and reappeared many years later looking the same as when she disappeared but unable to remember where she had been

Hoab bashu Forest gained International attention 1968 when eil bar a military technician discovered a strange disc shaped object near the forest looking at the eie photos here you probably understand why this Forest is so terrifying imagine being lost here overnight it’s likely to be an Indescribable fear as you go deeper into

The forest the scenery becomes even more chilling with twisted and deformed tree trunks there are even areas where plants cannot grow scientists explain that the region has unusually high levels of radiation number 16 birthday customs in Romania birthdays are special occasions in Romania celebrated with joy and happiness however there are also customs

And superstitions associated with this event depending on the age and gender of the person for example according to Romanian Customs it is common to give flowers to women on their birthdays but one should avoid giving an even number of flowers as it is considered unlucky additionally women should not celebrate

Their birthdays before the actual date as it is also seen as lucky for men receiving a bottle of wine or a cake on their birthday is normal but not both as it signifies greed men should also avoid shaving on their birthday as it is believed to shorten their lifespan

Another tradition is to pull the birthday person’s earlobe several times corresponding to their age plus one extra pull for good luck this is believed to bring health and happiness to the birthday person number 15 unique living statue Festival in Romania statues that seem motionless suddenly come to life teasing

The audience and leaving Spectators astonished and amused these are the fascinating experiences that tourists encounter at the uniquely unparalleled living statue Festival in Rome male and female artists adorned in colorful costume transform into frozen works of art in the Oldtown famous parks and the gardens within the filipescu seanu estate then the

Unexpectedly come to life and interact with visitors a appro children particularly enjoy this living statue Festival however some statues have a creepy appearance and movements that can be frightening to tourists in addition to admiring the living statues tourists also get to witness amateur street performers reenacting scenes from 17th

Century Parisian street life right in Romania if you happen to be in Romania during these festivities don’t be too surprised if you see a statue along the road sides suddenly come to life playfully engaging with passes B number 14 the first electrically equipped castle in the world peele’s

Castle is one of the most iconic landmarks when visiting Romania located in the beautiful mountain resort of Saia this architectural Marvel has more to offer than just its beauty one lesser known fact about Romania’s pis Castle is that it’s the first castle in European history to be fully equipped with

Electricity this Innovation not only reflects the country’s Progressive mindset during that era but also solidifies the Castle’s position as a unique blend of traditional architecture and modern technology number 13 the self- birthing Rock in Romania perhaps many of us have read or heard mythical stories about magical Stones capable of growing moving

And even reproducing similar to living creatures however these Legends are indeed real the small town of costesti in Romania is home to some truly unique geological phenomena rocks that are actually growing in the literal sense these Stone formations resembling potatoes have Long Peak the Curiosity of the locals researchers

Believe that these unusually shaped Stones formed due to prolonged and intense seismic activity during the meos epoch the shock waves generated by significant earthquakes compressed l of sand and cemented Limestone into spherical masses commonly known as trovant trovant vary in size and shape with some fitting in the palm of a hand

While others Tower over a person’s head reaching up to 4.5 M over 100 trovant have been documented in at least 20 locations with some rocks being Unearthed as the surrounding sand was excavated travant often have smooth edgeless shapes and can be cylindrical or spherical they start as small Pebbles

And grow by about 5 cm every 1,000 years these Stone formations are unique mineral structures that mimic the life of plants and mammals their sizes can range from a few millimeters to the largest ones measuring 10 m visitors to cesd can encounter various types of trovant primarily consisting of a hard

Rock core surrounded by a layer of sand minerals in rainwater trigger a chemical reaction from within creating pressure that causes the large Rock to swell and sprout however it’s not just their structure and growth capabilities that make trovant unique they can also move from one place to another furthermore

They exhibit extensions resembling roots and concentric Rings visible when the rocks are cut despite these features scientists have not yet been able to explain these unique characteristics in terms of perception it may seem that these trovin are a clear combination of plant and rock features making it unclear whether they should be

Classified as living beings beings regardless of their Vitality these growing rocks offer a magnificent spectacle I wonder if these rocks can proliferate the extent of taking of the earth if you have thoughts like mine feel free to leave a comment number 12 houses with eyes in Romania cibu is one of the most

Beautiful medieval cities in Romania situated on the banks of the sibin river a tributary of the ult river it is the capital of C County approximately 280 km Northwest of Bucharest it was also the historical capital of Transylvania what leaves a particularly unique impression on tourists in CIA is

That while wandering through the city’s streets one can’t help but feel strange and a bit spine chilling as if being watched by some mysterious Force interestingly this feeling is not a product of your imagination but is genuinely caused by the eyes on the houses here fortunately L these eyes are

Just Windows designed in the shape resembling human eyes on the roofs of houses in cibu they are mostly found on houses in the Southern and Eastern parts of the city this unique architectural style not only stimulates the Curiosity of tourists also creates a sense that the city never sleeps almost like houses

That know how to see and speak in animated movies reason behind this distinctive architecture is that the local people believe that ey shaped Windows serve to cool the attic often used as a storage place for meat cheese and cereals additionally this window style facilitates more effective ventilation reducing direct sunlight

Into the house another surprising reason you might not have guessed is that these houses with eyes were originally built with a purpose of actual surveillance Legend has it that during the mid-5th to the 19th century when the authoritarian Nikolai siscu came to power these houses with eyes were constructed to make

People feel fearful of being watched reminding them to behave properly and avoid any suspicious activities consequently this architectural style caused quite a bit of inconvenience for the residents specifically if they did not build their houses in this manner they would be questioned and placed on a blacklist over many decades these pairs

Of eyes on the rooftops continued to remain continuing their mission of observation of the local people so when passing through these streets you may not be able to escape the Eerie feeling of being seen through by these eyes but you can’t help but be intrigued by their peculiar and unique appearance the

Tranquil and Silent atmosphere of an ancient Town coupled with the legendary stories of vampires adds an extra layer of mystery to this place number 11 Cemetery with overflowing colors epitaphs making jokes about anyone who has passed away is considered Taboo in many places around the world right especially in cemeteries

Which are often associated with somber colors and a melancholic atmosphere to remember the deceased however at the merry Cemetery the living often right interesting and sometimes scandalous things about The Departed even revealing shocking Secrets when visiting sapanta in Northern Romania tourists are recommended to explore the Mary cemetery

A famous graveyard in the town the living expresses their remembrance for The Departed with a cheerful and even teasing tone underneath each wooden cross made of oak is an eye-catching decorative Tombstone predominantly in sky blue the first person to engrave humorous verses gain enthusiastic support from the locals was the

Carpenter Stan Iowan petus Stan’s task was to craft crosses and tombstones from oak wood for the deceased by the time of his death Stan had adorned over 800 graves in the cemetery after his passing his disciple demitro pop took up the The Unfinished work of his master and

Continues it to this day today when someone in the village passes away their family seeks out dumitru and asks him to decorate the cross in Tombstone dumitru is the one who decides what to write or Draw on each grave and no one has ever complained about his creative work his poems are often

Humorous making many visitors burst into laughter during their visits number 10 birthplace of vampires and for those who have watched movie Hotel Transylvania you are likely familiar with the existence of vampires in this Castle Transylvania is a very famous location in Romania the region is home to Bran Castle also known as the

Dracula Castle mysterious and Eerie place that attracts numerous tourists Bran Castle nicknamed the Dracula Castle is an enigmatic appearance as if it stepped out of the terrifying novel Dracula written by Irish author Brahm stoker in 1897 revolving around the fictional character Count Dracula a blood sucking vampire regarding the

Vampire character in bra Stoker’s Dracula It is believed to have been inspired by fad the Impala a real life prince who ruled over walha a part of present day Romania in the 15th century Vlad the Impaler was Notorious for his cruelty enjoying torturing and killing his enemies in Invasions he employed

Ruthless tactics ranging from poisoning water sources to burning entire forests Braun Castle is perched on a rock at an altitude of 760 m above sea level surrounded by mountains forests and valleys giving bran a mysteriously enchanting Ambience fitting its name the architecture of bran has been largely

Preserved with its red tiled roof white washed walls defensive Towers Stone paved paths and a well with a 20 M deep shaft penetrating the Hard Rock over the years this castle with its mysterious and bewitching atmosphere has become an ideal tourist destination attracting more than 600,000 visitors annually

Whether you dare to set foot here and experience it for yourself is another question as the mention of vampires can be quite frightening number nine underground amusement park a former salt mine known as Selena turta dating back to the 17th century has transformed into an underground amusement park situated 120

M deep before ceasing operations in 1993 Selena turta had extracted over 3 billion tons of salt afterward the mine served various purposes such as bomb shelters and cheese storage facilities eventually Selena Tura was renovated to become an excellent amusement park in 2009 since then the mine area has been

Open to the public for exploration serving as both a museum and an amusement park attractions include a bowling alley a hall regularly hosting live concerts and an underground ferris wheel moreover the salt mine features an underground saltwater lake that visitors can explore using rowboats touring around the mine additionally there is a

Unique underground mini golf course the sports arena at Selena turta is a place where people can engage in activities such as table tennis badminton and basketball the park is not only beautiful but also offers numerous entertaining activities visitors descend into the mine using an elevator for the

Tour however one might wonder what would happen if an earthquake occurred while inside number eight the tradition of kidnapping the bride on the wedding day you might think that kidnapping the bride on the wedding day only happens in movies right well you’re wrong because this is a common practice in Romania

Kidnapping the bride is one of the distinctive customs in Romania the tradition of seizing the bride right in front of the groom and the wedding guests is becoming increasingly popular in the capital but Romanians in enjoy doing this every week in the triumphal arch of the city there’s a way to spice

Up ordinary wedding ceremonies every Saturday evening Brides from Bucharest and the surrounding areas are playfully abducted by their friends they are taken to the triumphal Arch and become hostages there in white wedding dresses the brides dance and pose in front of cameras The Ransom price for the groom

To reclaim his bride varies it could be a few bottles of whiskey or more romantically an official declaration of love the kidnappers negotiate the details of the bride’s Ransom via phone calls sometimes there are strong Brides who use hotline communication to free themselves before the groomer in addition peculiar inscriptions in an

Unclear style appear on wall throughout the area and in one of the conservation areas an impressive portrait resembling Jesus Christ catches the attention of many modern tourists the Sacred Space is illuminated by a series of low windows in a high Skylight many residents believe that the cave Temple is

Connected to a nearby Castle through a secret tunnel notes from the 1700s indicate that the cave Temple was used as a resting place for Transylvanian monks number seven the heaviest building in the world standing proudly in the historic City Center of Bucharest Romania is the Colossal Palace of the

Parliament a lavish and extravagant construction project of the 20 20th century this is renowned as the heaviest building in the world the Palace of the parliament serves as the headquarters for the parliament of the Republic of Romania designed by the famous Romanian architect Ena petcu in the neoclassical

Style the construction commenced on June 25th 1984 was inaugurated on September 12 1989 initially named a people’s house the building has dimensions of 270 m in length 245 m in width 84 m in height and a depth of 93 m including 8 above ground floors and 12 underground levels notably

The eighth floor of the building was specifically designed to withstand Atomic bars to complete this massive structure approximately 1 million cubic M of rock 990,000 sare M of wood 55,000 tons of cement 20,000 tons of sand 7,000 tons of steel Fel 3,500 tons of glass and an equivalent budget of 1.75 billion

US did that time were used besides holding the record for the heaviest building in the world the Palace of the parliament in Romania is also recognized by the Guinness World Records as the administrative building with the most rooms globally featuring 1100 rooms and the largest Administrative Building in

Europe covering an area of 365,000 square m the Palace of the parliament is is currently the venue for the meetings of the Senate and the Chamber of depute of Romania alongside hosting a contemporary art museum open to visitors on the ground floor despite facing criticism for its extravagance during

Construction the building has become a top tourist destination in Romania number six residents have to find a way to coexist with brown bears second only to Russia Romania is home to the most brown bears on the planet incident of brown bear attacks on humans are increasing as they venture out of

The forests to find food from tourists or an improperly sealed garbage bins becoming quite common brown bears in Romania make up more than half of the total brown bear population across Europe while other countries promote the protection of brown bears Romanian citizens find it cumbersome due to their overwhelming presence the reason for

Such a high number of brown bears in Romania can be traced back to the former president Nicolai sisu siscu was a nature enthusi who created feeding stations for bears by instructing citizens to dispose of annual carcasses and poultry into the forests he also ordered a ban on be hunting but he and

His group were exempt however solis’s self-serving actions did not significantly reduce the brown bear population throughout history the people of Romania and brown bears have formed a unique relationship both sides constantly struggle to coexist while humans DeForest impacting the bear’s habitat these gentle Giants often retaliate by attacking villagers so if

You plan to visit this country be prepared for a potential greeting from a brown bear number five the longest bridge in Europe with a length of 4,879 M upon completion in in 1895 the angel Salini Bridge became the longest bridge in Europe and the second longest in the world spanning the danu

River the Railway Bridge a National Monument is adorned with two Bronze Statues of soldiers cast in Lion to demonstrate his confidence in the newly built Bridge Romanian architect Angel salagi stood beneath it on a boat during the inauguration accompanied by his Engineers as 15 locomotives raced across

The bridge at a speed of 80 km per hour number four Mara Festival marur is a Spring Festival that takes place on March 1 marking the end of winter and the beginning of a new season the name comes from Marti meaning March in Romanian marur is a festival that

Celebrates friendship where people give friends family members especially women and little girls a red and white string with an attached trinket the red color symbolizes love and life while white symbolizes Purity and snow the string serves as an expression of respect and admiration It is worn on the chest or

Wrist route Marsh and then the wearer ties it to a fruit tree or a rose bush hoping for a fruitful year some people even throw it into a river or a lake to make a wish marur has ancient Origins dating back to the dacian people who

Celebrated the new year on March 1 they believe this day was ruled by the planet Mars the god of war and agriculture bringing renew and prosperity number three the 7,000 year-old Underground temple in addition to the underground Park you can explore a fascinating underground Temple when in

Romania this Temple is over 7,000 years old and holds numerous Mysteries hidden within the Lush Hills above the village of sinche near Pai origin of the mysterious sinche Temple has captured the interest of many researchers beneath the sunlight surface World there is a place tucked away in these mountains

Unlike anywhere else on Earth known locally as the wishing well the destiny Temple the stone Monastery and the alien Temple the ancient origins of this underground Temple consisting of five Chambers still perplex the Romanian archaeological Community while some believe it originates from the dacians others think this secretive chamber

Dates back about 7,000 years two Chambers form the Primitive preservation areas and their walls are engraved with various traditional symbols including the six-pointed Star of David with the yin-yang motif of China at the hexagon Center number two bear dance to welcome the New Year in Romania do you agree

That every country has its own unique and peculiar Customs to welcome the New Year Romania is no exception with a distinctive and unique New Year celebration tradition in Romania people welcome the new year with the be dance the procession involves hundreds of participants of all ages dressed in bare

Costumes with red tassels dancing annually to the sound of lively drums and wandering through Villages and towns in Romania as they March they Roar and sway to the beat of the drums and Melodies of flutes on the streets of commonest Eastern Romania on December 30 participants in the festival say that

Most of the bear skin used as costumes have been preserved through many generations and are carefully treated wearing a large bear first suit is not an easy task as it includes the head and Claws and the costume can weigh up to 50 kg according to local media the most

Expensive bare skin suit can cost around €2,000 according to folk tradition ritual dates back to pre-christian times when villagers dawned animal Furs and colorful costumes moving from house to house to ward off evil spirits as they prepared to enter the new year for the local people the image of the bear has

Flowed in their blood for a long time and is considered their mascot brown bears are widely present in the traditions and culture of Romania and locals can often spot this animal in the mountains and forests number one world’s largest stone sculpture on the riverbank in Romania there is a stone sculpture on the

Riverbank that is the largest in the world this sculpture depicts the face of King debilis by the danu river to shape the rock over a ton of dynamite was used this stone sculpture took 10 years to complete 12 sculptors worked continuously from 1994 to 2004 to finish

It the sculpted face of King deblis is 55 M tall and 25 M wide the only way to reach this sculpture is by boat we have just explored 17 strange and Airy secrets and facts about Romania which peculiar fact impressed you the most don’t forget to comment and share your thoughts

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