Cultural outing @Mogoșoaia, a beautiful Romanian castle

Cultural outing @Mogoșoaia, a beautiful Romanian castle & domain Romania is a very beautiful country with a lot of potential. I know it, my husband knows it, my colleagues, friends and family members know it. Some Romanian people know it. Some foreign people who have […]

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Why I left Romania

Why I left Romania Whether in Romania or in France, where I currently live, people are often curious to know why I left my home country. Especially at such a young age: I was only 18yo when I left Botoşani (Moldova County, northern Romania) to […]

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A short autumn hike to Omu Peak

A short autumn hike to Omu Peak Omu Peak is an easy hike for those days when you want to go on the mountains but you don`t have enough time. All you need is a day off and a tiny bit of motivation. For those […]

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Biking in Romania: Bunești-Viscri

Biking in Romania: Bunești-Viscri Since I was talking about Transylvania Bike Trails Network in one of the previous articles, I am coming up now with another suggestion of a track worth following around the area. There is a 7km country road that goes to Viscri […]

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About hair styling in Romania

About hair styling in Romania Our hair contributes a lot to the first impression one person leaves on other people. Just as the way our face looks, the way we are dressed and our body language. Nonetheless, many people don’t really treasure their hair, even […]

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Biking in Romania: Bunești-Sighișoara

Biking in Romania: Bunești-Sighișoara Currently, the track from Bunești to Sighișoara is probably the longest in the entire Transylvania Bike Trails Network. Although it is almost 60 km long, it is well made on the level curve so it does not require a lot of […]

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I’m Romanian – Magda David

I’m Romanian – Magda David 38yo Romanian, originary from Bârlad and living in Iaşi My studies oriented me towards the field of wearing apparel and leather designs. But I am most proud of my job as a mother of two extraordinary daughters! I don’t really […]

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Biking in Romania: Azuga-Doftana Valley

Biking in Romania: Azuga-Doftana Valley The following trail transits a part of Bai Mountains and descends further into the forest towards Doftana Valley. We took the train to Azuga and used the gondola to go up the mountains and then we went all the way […]

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Crazy Donut: lovely yummy Romanian donuts

Crazy Donut – lovely yummy Romanian donuts In the last few years I have that noticed that many promising Romanian entrepreneurs have started to create their own business. If you go through the category “Made in Romania” on our website, you can have a look […]

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Negoiu Peak in one day

Negoiu Peak in one day For those who don’t know, Negoiu Peak is the second largest peak in Romania after Moldoveanu Peak. Located in Făgăraș mountains, it has an elevation of 2535m (8317 ft). The mountain trail I am going to present here can be […]

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Biking in Romania: Cheile Vârghișului

Biking in Romania: Cheile Vârghișului Somewhere in the heart of Romania, on the eastern edge of Transylvania, there is a less known but amazing place: Cheile Vârghișului or Vargyas-Szoros. The second name is the Hungarian version as the whole region is inhabited mostly by the […]

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Interview with Romanian graphic designer Alina Giorgiana Neag

Interview with Romanian graphic designer Alina Giorgiana Neag Some time ago, last year in 2016, I had the opportunity to meet a young Romanian woman I liked from the very instant. We met online; we did not have a coffee in a proper café yet. […]

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Biking in Romania: Sinaia – Cheile Orzei

Biking in Romania: Sinaia – Cheile Orzei The is a quote saying: “It is not the destination, but the journey that matters”. But in the MTB trail I am going to present in the following lines it is exactly the opposite. The route itself is […]

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PlatFerma – 100% natural products originary from the Romanian countryside

PlatFerma – 100% natural products originary from the Romanian countryside Mens sana in corpore sano. Healthy mind, healthy body. There is a strong connection between the body and soul. We think more positively and we feel better on the long run when we have a […]

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Biking in Romania: Transylvania Bike Trails Network

Biking in Romania: Transylvania Bike Trails Network Right in the heart of Transylvania, somewhere in between Brașov and Sighișoara, you can find all you need for mountain biking: Transylvania Bike Trails Network. The network is the biggest in Romania. It includes 100km of trails, connecting […]

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Biking in Romania: Făget Forest

Biking in Romania: Făget Forest Few days in Cluj worth doing some biking. For those who live around Cluj or for those who may want to visit Cluj, there are some good news: there are few MTB tracks around Făget forest, readily accessible. The trail […]

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I’m Romanian – Marinela

I’m Romanian – Marinela I am Marinela, but I answer to several different nicknames. People call me “Mari”, “Zamfir”, “Marlene” or “Marlenski”. I was born in a very small town in the county of Mehedinți, I grew up in Drobeta Turnu Severin and the city […]

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“Ceva Dulce”: sweets for all tastes

“Ceva Dulce” – sweets for all tastes I don’t know how other people are made, but I am a “candy person”. Whenever I need a break, a comforting reward, a trick to lift me up and help me spend an enjoyable moment, may it be summer […]

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Laura Chiriță talks about women and fashion in Romania

Talking about women and fashion in Romania with Laura Chiriță, a young talented fashion designer Femininity is characterized by a set of features and attributes that women have and expose in different contexts and manners, with more or less sensuality. A woman can present herself to […]

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I’m Romanian – Ștefan Paraschiv

I’m Romanian – Ştefan Paraschiv, law student originary from Constanța Frames I am writing from the cellars of my soul. Where the marginals and the marginalized are banished. Definitely, loneliness is an overwhelming cross. Yet how else to withstand compromise and wasted life lived amid […]

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I’m Romanian – Laura Chiriță

I’m Romanian – Laura Chiriță Hi, I’m Laura Chiriță. I work as a fashion designer in Romania and have a PR spirit. I am a dog lover and I am also a volunteer in an animal protection association. My friends would probably describe me as a workaholic and […]

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Christmas gift: a handmade PohhShop doll

Christmas gift: a handmade PohhShop doll A short time ago we have shared with you an article presenting the beautiful dolls PohhShop handmade by Magda. She creates for boys and girls of all ages all sorts of toys. Beautiful gifts for anyone.   Today, for Saint Nicholas […]

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I’m Romanian – Alina Giorgiana Neag

Alina Giorgiana Neag, founder of OneGiraphe, a branding & design studio Proud to be Romanian! I grew up in a traditional family, with my grandparents living right in the heart of Bucovina County. They taught me to appreciate the smell of the fresh homemade bread, […]

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Pohh Shop: beautiful Romanian handmade toys & dolls

Pohh Shop: beautiful Romanian handmade toys & dolls Iaşi is Magda’s home city. Magda is the fairy of handmade dolls and toys for children of all ages. Since February 2013, she creates in her small workshop beautiful and cheerful cushions designed in different shapes and colours, dolls, toys […]

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Say NO to corruption & illegal deforestation in Romania!

Say NO to corruption & illegal deforestation in Romania! I have recently discovered the RISE Project. It is a Romanian NGO created by investigation journalists who fight against corruption and organized crime in Romania & nearby countries experiencing the same issues. One of their latest investigation files focuses […]

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Discover Mehedinți County

Discover Mehedinți County Mehedinți County is not one of the top tourist destinations in Romania. Although it has all it takes to offer dream vacations: lakes, mountains, caves, monasteries, boat trips on the Danube river, peaceful places, amazing landscapes, outdoor activities, authentic nature and culture. […]

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About femininity and shoes

About femininity and shoes There’s a saying: “Diamonds are a girl’s best friends” but I have some doubts about this. Please let me explain: I am not saying I disagree with the fact that women love diamonds. Or that they are amazing gifts which suit […]

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From Nepal, a Romanian souvenir

From Nepal, a Romanian souvenir One year and a half after the devastating earthquake in Nepal, the country is still under ruins, over four million people still live in shelters and the Government seems to be overwhelmed. Before the earthquake hit, the country was swarmed […]

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Welcome to the salt mine in Praid!

Welcome to the salt mine in Praid! A salt mine is not really a top of mind sightseeing destination. However, it can be a fun and interesting thing to do in Romania. A very famous salt mine is the one located in Praid, which is, […]

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Urzeală, an emblematic Romanian streetwear brand

Urzeală, an emblematic Romanian streetwear brand Oana Ivan, the founder of the Romanian streetwear fashion brand Urzeală (= weaving) once said: “From my grandmother I understood that everything we are is strongly connected to our traditions and cultural roots. This is the most valuable thing […]

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I’m Romanian – Olimpia Melinte

Olimpia Melinte, Romanian born in Iași but currently living in Bucharest “Olimpia Melinte. Originary from Iași. Non-smoker. I enjoy reading books with a rigid spine; Eliade, Rebreanu, Cărtărescu or Chivu are only some of my favourite Romanian authors I read. Actress. I’ve started the artistic […]

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Illustrations with a human touch: Liliana Arnăut

Illustrations with a human touch: Liliana Arnăut I think we have all heard about motivational speeches and motivational literature. Things that inspire us, positive thoughts, incentive words. Liliana Arnăut managed to combine all these things together with her passion for painting, creating some sort of […]

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Cutia Ţăranului (The Peasant’s Box)

Cutia Ţăranului (The Peasant Box) Natural healthy food is nowadays a worldwide issue. Commodity, lack of time or lack of awareness bring more and more people into the position of consuming processed foods from supermarkets. The traditional markets started to loose ground in the favor […]

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Up to Moldoveanu Peak

Up to Moldoveanu Peak Summer is approaching slowly but surely. In order to take advantage of this marvelous season and to escape the high temperatures one can experience in the heart of the city, what better idea than withdraw for a moment in the heart […]

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Hundred Percent Romanian

Hundred Percent Romanian Lately there have been more and more articles regarding the food we eat. Several case studies pointing at the way foods are processed and the amount of substances that are injected in them in order to stimulate crops growth. More and more videos […]

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Some Romanian proverbs and sayings

Some Romanian proverbs and sayings Although there are proverbs in all languages and cultures and most of them have the same meaning, some translations may sound funny or at least weird. Here is a list of Romanian proverbs which are translated into English word by […]

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A few things Romanian people already know

A few things Romanian people already know Some facts about Romania Probably one of the most used Romanian expression to describe the country is: “Romania is such a beautiful country but it`s too bad that it is inhabited.” Romania is a very privileged country regarding […]

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About cartooning and caricature with Bogdan Covaciu

About cartooning and caricature with Bogdan Covaciu Caricature is an old and well-known art often used in the international press and literature. Just think of the existence and success of Charlie Hebdo (Paris) and the scandal it created and you will quickly understand that it […]

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I’m Romanian – Anca Ștefănescu

Anca Ștefănescu, Romanian “ Sylvia Plath once wrote: ‘I am wondering what did my hands do before touching you?’. I am now wondering what did my hands do before drawing? What does my hand draw? A drawing has a starting point, a beginning. Or at least the […]

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Happy 8th March to all the women out there !

Happy 8th March to all the women out there ! 8 March, the International Women’s Day. But not everybody celebrates this event. Some people believe it is ridiculous to have only one day out of 365 dedicated to women, while they are these amazing creatures worth celebrating […]

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Two Romanian travellers: Into the world

Overseas or… Into the world When I first wrote to Ana and Ionuț, sometime in October, I had in mind a portrait within the I`m Romanian campaign. After some exchanges of words and e-mails, I realized how natural it was for them to express their […]

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The scent of a Romanian woman – Guest Blogging

The scent of a Romanian woman (Guest – Blogger : Silvia – silvisme.ro) Last year I went to a conference where one of the topics in the agenda was the typical Romanian qualities and features. People were asked to come up with words that best describe both […]

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A new way of recycling: Sigurec

A new way of recycling: Sigurec Not too long ago, a Japanese colleague was telling me about the strict way of recycling in Japan. Apparently, in Japan, not only people must recycle, but also, in order to benefit from the sanitation system, each citizen needs […]

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About acting in Romania with Olimpia Melinte

About acting in Romania with Olimpia Melinte Acting is both a passion and a job. Not many people can state and be proud of doing a job they are passionate about, they absolutely adore and wouldn’t give up for anything in the world. But actors can. It […]

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A short getaway to Sulina, into the Danube Delta

A short getaway to Sulina, into the Danube Delta Many places are worth visiting in Romania, but today I have decided to focus on the Danube Delta. A very beautiful area, even if lately it has lost a little bit of its wilderness and completely […]

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I’m Romanian – Andra Ojog

Andra Ojog, Romanian from Botoşani, established in Bucharest A friend of mine who knows me even better than I do once told me that she appreciates me because I always know exactly what to do. I have very good instincts, I am smart and I put my […]

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About Romania and the Romanians, from Sweden

About Romania and the Romanians, from Sweden Many things have been written or said about Romania and the Romanians. A few are positive, others are negative. Some are driven by specific political views or personal interests. Others highlight only negative aspects. Only few are favourably […]

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Biking in Romania: Poiana Mărului

Biking in Romania: Poiana Mărului Today we`re going to have a ride in Brașov county, through hills and valleys, through forests and meadows. Zărnești is the starting point. And the foothill of Piatra Craiului mountains and Brașov is the ending point. This is a 1 day […]

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About contemporary Romanian authentic spirit

About contemporary Romanian authentic spirit We could discuss for hours about authenticity, Romanian spirit or essence, old customs and traditional products. The quality of certain products made in Romania is not argued anymore. Not since big international companies have relocated in the country their manufacturing […]

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I’m Romanian – Viorel Ciurea

Viorel Ciurea, Romanian from Piatra-Neamț and currently established in Montreal My friends tell me that I have a rich imagination and I dream too much. Indeed, ever since I was a kid, I loved reading books. This passion made me yearn for exploration and seek what is […]

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(Re)Discover Romanian traditions in the heart of Bucharest !

(Re)Discover Romanian traditions in the heart of Bucharest ! Big news everybody! Starting today, September 14th, and until Sunday, September 20th, in the Old City Centre of Bucharest, on Lipscani Street number 47, you can join the very first event of the series called “Connect […]

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“Colours of my life” : quality prints and leather items made in Romania

“Colours of my life” by Anca Ștefănescu. Quality prints and leather items made in Romania In the past few years, there have been lots of money invested in Romania, most of them coming from abroad. Indeed, many successful foreign companies have opened offices & shops or have bought goods […]

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Soleta – the house that brings a new lifestyle

Soleta – the house that brings a new lifestyle Secluded into a green oasis, somewhere in the north of Bucharest, lays Soleta zero Energy One, the prototype of a house with a particular appearance. Different, but at the same time using common traditional Romanian architectural […]

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Biking in Romania: around Cluj-Napoca

Biking in Romania: around Cluj-Napoca Let`s go somewhere we haven`t been before! Let`s go to Cluj county! Today`s tour goes around Apuseni National Park. And when I say “around” it means that it won`t get too far in the heart of the park, just a […]

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I’m Romanian – Maria Dermengiu

Maria Dermengiu, Romanian in Bucharest “I am a visual artist, meaning that I am both a painter and a designer, more of a painter at specific moments and more of a designer in other occasions, depending on the context and the mood. Thanks to my […]

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Where to go in Romania

Where to go in Romania Usually, when you plan to go to a certain place or country, the first thing you search on Google is “where to go in…” or “what to see/to in…”. If you plan to come to Romania, I will make your […]

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I’m Romanian – Ana Puşcă

Ana Puşcă, Romanian in Paris “My name is Ana – that was the easy part when it comes to describing myself… I’ve been in Paris for 16 years now, where I have studied mathematics. I have a specialization in Financial Modeling and I’ve being working […]

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About those “airplanes without engines”

About those “airplanes without engines” I remember so well those high-school times when I used to fly those “engine-less” aircraft. For free. Every holiday, every weekend or off days I would have a well organized schedule, going to the airfield from early morning until late […]

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Proud Romanians

We’re Romanians & we’re proud There have been many controversies regarding Romanians abroad. So many TV news, so many newspapers writing about them, so many rumors. Romania`s reputation has been considerably shaken. In most of the European countries, when one has to acknowledge his nationality and […]

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Discover Maramureş County

Discover Maramureş County Many people have heard about Maramureş. The Happy Graveyard from Săpȃnța is known both in the country and abroad. A lot of pictures and images have circulated on the internet. But Maramureș is so much more than that. For those having trouble locating the […]

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Biking in Romania: Bai Mountains

Biking in Romania: Bai Mountains Bai Mountains is one of the most visible mountain ranges in Romania, being just across the road that connects Bucharest to Brașov. Unfortunately, most people don`t even know of their existence, as on the opposite side lies a more spectacular […]

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Discover the city of Oradea

Discover the city of Oradea Oradea, at the immediate border with Hungary, the residence of Bihor county, is a nice city, but not necessarily well-known in the country. On the other hand, many people have already heard about the spas Băile Felix and 1 May, located at a distance […]

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Biking in Romania: Comana Forest

Biking in Romania: Comana Forest Just 30km away from Bucharest, on the way to Giurgiu, there is a green biking spot, perfect for a weekend escape. Comana Natural Park, as this is its name, consists of Comana Forest, Neajlov Delta and many other fauna small […]

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Discover Satu Mare County

Discover Satu Mare County Have you ever heard about the county Satu Mare ? Did you know that some archaeological researches claim there was life in this region since the Paleolithic Era and trails of the Celtic civilization have also been found here? Did you […]

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About freedom & co

About freedom & co The notion of freedom is truly interesting because its limits are perceived differently by each culture, each country, each religion and each person. Everybody has their own definition of freedom. The events from January 2015 and especially the attempt at the satiric […]

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Some hiking to Curmătura Cottage

Some hiking to Curmătura Cottage There should be a break from the biking tours from time to time. And what else can be nicer than some hiking ? 🙂 Because I absolutely love the Piatra Craiului mountains, today I am going to recommend you an […]

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Anamaria Antoci or the refusal of being a mediocre artist

I’ve known Ana for a long time, since I was a child actually and played together at the Children’s Palace in Botosani, where she also joined the gymnastics class. Then we met again in high school, at the ‘Drama Club’ at the A. T. Laurian National College, when […]

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Biking in Romania: Peștera and Măgura villages

Biking in Romania: Peștera and Măgura villages Peștera and Măgura are “must see” destinations in Romania! Located in Piatra Craiului National Park, having Piatra Craiului Massif on one side and Bucegi Mountains on the other,  Peștera and Măgura villages amaze us through their simplicity and […]

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Biking in Romania: Târnava Mare

Biking in Romania: Târnava Mare I have told you about Târnava Mare before, in a previous article. And I will tell you about it in the future, as well, as it`s such an amazing place! Today`s tour comprises 2 smaller bike trails, especially created for […]

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Zig Zag around Romania

Today we have the pleasure to present you a brave initiative of a dynamic team of Romanians that are attached to the geographic and cultural inheritance of the country and have the ambition to open to you every gate of every county and to show you […]

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Missing

Missing I never thought I will miss Romania. That Romania that was being unfair to me me every single day. Incorrect. Corrupted. Impolite. That Romania, whose behavior was putting me away. Because there was no room for anything else than nepotism, favoritism or acquaintances.  Because […]

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Biking in Romania: Brașov-Cheile Grădiștei

Biking in Romania: Brașov-Cheile Grădiștei Today`s route is going to be a little bit longer, so you`ll need about two days if you come from Bucharest. The biking trail starts from Brașov and ends in Cheile Grădiștei, after going through Poiana Brașov, Râșnov and Bran. […]

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Partying at home vs Clubbing

Partying at home vs Clubbing Everybody goes clubbing nowadays for dancing, picking up, having a drink, meeting new people, having fun, having a small chitchat… Everybody crams around endless lines from Thursday to Saturday to book a table or the VIP corner, to enjoy themselves, […]

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Biking in Romania: a ride in Piatra Craiului Mountains

Biking in Romania: a ride in Piatra Craiului Mountains Piatra Craiului Massif is, probably, one of the most stunning mountains from Romania. Having a longitudinal bearing, displayed from North to South, it amazes us through its limestone summits, its sharp-edged peaks, its mountain gorges (such […]

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Biking in Romania: the Elderflower juice from Saschiz

Biking in Romania: the Elderflower juice from Saschiz Not so many know about Saschiz, an old saxon settlement dating from the XIIIth century, just 20 km away from Sighișoara. The place is found approximately half way between Sighișoara and Bunești – the start for the […]

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Seaside break

Seaside break Summer has been here for a while and I’m so excited! I absolutely love sunny days and green spaces, walking in the park in the evening, eating ice cream at lunch and dinner, wearing light dresses and skirts, colourful clothes, going to picnics… […]

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Biking in Romania: picnic near Sighișoara

Biking in Romania: picnic near Sighișoara Sighișoara is that Romanian town where “you feel a if you weren’t in Romania”. In a good way, obviously. The bustle of foreigners, the medieval architecture, the friendly cafes, everything makes you feel that you are somewhere in western Europe, […]

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About couples, friendship and outings with the girls

About couples, friendship and outings with the girls Generally, when two people meet and begin life as a couple, friends and girlfriends are often relatively bent on the sidelines (especially girlfriends more often, because boys maintain their outings to a certain extent). Women, however, once they stumble […]

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Biking in Romania: Sighișoara-Biertan

Biking in Romania: Sighișoara-Biertan Sighișoara and the whole Târnava Mare County are beautiful all year round but they reach their peak in spring and autumn, when the landscape looks amazing. The seasons` colors from here cannot be compared to anywhere else. The next tour I […]

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About Maria Dermengiu and metaphorical painting

About Maria Dermengiu and metaphorical painting Everybody wants to earn money, to support the family, to pay the invoices, the rent, to succeed in going on holidays to beautiful places where they can rest, to go to a performance occasionally, to change their minds, to […]

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Biking in Romania: greeny Tocile village

Biking in Romania: greeny Tocile village Late spring. The sun is shining, the birds are singing. We are looking for some biking, now that we reached Tocile. 🙂 Today I am gonna suggest a short tour in the surroundings: through the meadows behind the guest […]

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Biking in Romania: up, to Păltiniș

Biking in Romania: up, to Păltiniș Since we have arrived arround Sibiu, I`m gonna take advantage of this and I will take you to Păltiniș this time. No, not using the regular road, but through the forest, where we can even pick some blueberries and raspberries. […]

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Moldavians are beautiful, aren`t they ?

In a world where careers are more important than people, true values hardly find a place. We are craving for stunning CV`s, for money and popularity, management jobs, social recognition or a big number of Facebook likes. But we forget what`s more important… to be […]

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Let me see your living room to tell you who you are

Let me see your living room to tell you who you are A work  colleague told me a few days ago he saw a French article about Romanians’ awful taste in interior design. It wasn’t a personal critic, but it was the actual title of the article. […]

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Biking in Romania: Sibiu-Cisnădie

Biking in Romania: Sibiu-Cisnădie I don`t know yet if it`s due to the magical landscapes around Sibiu, to the fresh green or the warm people, but the whole biking trip to Cisnădie was one of the most beautiful ones and it would be such a pity […]

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The urbanizing of folklore

The urbanizing of folklore Until recently, when associating the words “Romania” and “folklore” in the same paragraph, the images that spontaneously came to our minds immediately were those of our grandparents’ house, the rustic villages, the towels and rugs woven on looms, the folk costumes with […]

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Biking in Romania: “Emil Cioran” cyclotouristic route

Biking in Romania: “Emil Cioran” cyclotouristic route Another trail that we enjoyed takes us to Sibiu, this time. More exactly, the surroundings of Sibiu, towards the saxon village Rășinari. This route – the “Emil Cioran” cyclotouristic route – was launched on November 9, 2013. We also […]

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Biking in Romania: Moldavia

Biking in Romania: Moldavia When I say Moldova, not many people know what it is, where it is situated or how it`s like. Mainly because just across the border there is the Republic of Moldova. Well, to clarify things, there are two different regions: Moldova or […]

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There’s no one in the whole wide world like your mum

There’s no one in the whole wide world like your mum I intended to write this post a long time ago, as a compliment to my dear and sweet mum. But I couldn’t find the right words. I didn’t know how to begin. I had hard […]

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Biking in Romania: Bison Reservation

Biking in Romania: Bison Reservation We all know that Romania isn`t the most perfect country to live in, we all know its con`s and I think every Romanian faced, at least once, the corrupted system, the lack of justice or the deficient public system. But we`re […]

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The Alpine Sea of the Ceahlău Mountains

The Alpine Sea of the Ceahlău Mountains The first time I heard about the Alpine Sea was a couple of years ago, when one of my friends was lucky enough to see such an event in the Ceahlău Mountains. To be honest, at the beginning I didn`t […]

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Traditional motifs are fashionable again

Traditional motifs are fashionable again Strangers often ask me about the typical Romanian customs, the aspects that make our country different. Usually, the questions are directed to the culinary aspects and people wish to try our traditional dishes. However, what inspires me the most about Romania […]

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Andra Ojog plants eco-friendly thoughts in Romania, too

Andra Ojog plants eco-friendly thoughts in Romania, too We continue the series of portraits and interviews with a young woman from Botosani who succeeded in arousing the admiration of many people in the past years all over the country, both because of her physical appearance, but […]

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Romania, an ambivalent country

Romania, an ambivalent country The year 2014 started with fireworks, champagne, wishes for happiness, health, prosperity. A year that theoretically started pretty well for Romanian people. Not for having won the lottery. But because of that optimism and hope that conquer our souls at the […]

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Lucina Stud

Lucina Stud Beyond the hills of Transylvania, beyond the forests of Bucovina, in the far north of Romania, far away from everything, there is a little  peaceful and quiet corner of nature where the birds sing, the horses play joyfully and time seems to have stopped. […]

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Warm places for cold weather

Warm places for cold weather The winter has officially come so all the outdoor activities are now limited. If we leave aside skiing and snowboard breakaways and we stay in Bucharest, here are few indoor places we can enjoy: 1. Green Tea (tea house) It […]

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Romanian faces

Romanian faces In the city or in small villages. On the street. In the park. Simply going to work or to school. Happy or sad. Curious. Furrowed. Smiley. Expressive. Or just.. Romanian. A small collage of Romanian faces. Natural. Simple.           […]

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