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Hunedoara Haunting (Photos)

The Hunyad castle is one of Romania`s most beautiful monuments. The Gothic construction was built between the XIVth and, surprisingly, XIXth century. It is filled with history and legends, being a great touristic attraction for both non-Romanians and Romanians. Here are a few snapshots I took when I was there for the 2nd time (2012) Click on the first image to start the slideshow

Castelul Huniazilor este unul din cele mai frumoase monumente din România. Construcţia gotică a fost construită între secolele XIV şi, în mod surprinzător, XIX. Castelul este plin de istorie şi legende, fiind o mare atracţie turistică atât pentru români cât şi pentru străini. Aici vedeţi câteva fotografii pe care le-am făcut când am fost acolo a 2a oară (2012). Click pe prima imagine ca să vedeţi slideshow-ul



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Creative Director Iosif Trif takes interest in developing creative works as well as studying the impact works of art and cultural products have on people on both a personal and group level.


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