Petrosani, Romania

Petrosani is a city in Hunedoara County, Romania. Petroşani is located in the Jiu Valley, which is the entrance to the Retezat National Park and provides access to the Vâlcan, Parâng and Retezat mountains. The city administers four villages: Dâlja Mare, Dâlja Mică, Peştera and Slătinioara. Enjoy the video dedicated to beautiful Petrosani.

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Lugoj, Romania

Lugoj is a city in Timiş County, Banat, western Romania, situated on both banks of the Timiş River (which divides the city in two halves, the Romanian on the right and the German on the left bank). It is the seat of the Eparchy of Lugoj in the Romanian Church United with Rome, Greek-Catholic. The city administers two villages, Măguri and Tapia. Take a look at the video below and enjoy Lugoj

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Targoviste, Romania

Targoviste is a city in the Dâmbovița county of Romania. It is situated on the right bank of the Ialomiţa River. As of 2003, it had an estimated population of 89,000. One village, Priseaca, is administered by the city. The city was first founded during the period of the Second Bulgarian Empire in the 12th century, the Royal Court ("Curtea Domnească"), was probably built during this time by the early Vlach Voievods. It became the capital of the Wallachian voivodship, probably during the reign of Mircea cel Bătrân. Vlad III Dracula later added the Chindia Tower, now a symbol of the city. Enjoy the city through the video below.

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Ramnicu Valcea, Romania

Ramnicu Valcea is situated in the central-south area of Romania. Set at the foothills of the Southern Carpathians, the city is located at about 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) the Cozia Mountains and about 40 kilometres (25 mi) from the Făgăraş and Lotrului Mountains. The southern limit of Râmnicu Vâlcea is formed by the Getic Plateau and the Oltului Valley. The city administers thirteen villages: Aranghel, Căzăneşti, Copăcelu, Dealu Malului, Feţeni, Goranu, Lespezi, Poenari, Priba, Râureni, Săliştea, Stolniceni and Troian. Goranu, Feţeni, Lespezi and Săliştea were a separate commune, Goranu, until 1996, when they were merged into the city. Take a look at the video below.

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