Romania is a country located in southeastern Europe, on the lower Danube course where it empties into the Black Sea. Its territory includes more than half of the Carpathian Mountains, as well as the Danube Delta, one of Europe’s most important wetlands. Because of these geographical coordinates, Romania has a varied natural capital, including 14 national parks, 17 natural parks, three biosphere reserves, 19 Ramsar (wetlands) sites, and a geopark included in the Global Geoparks Network (UNESCO). More than that, Romania owns about a third of the mineral springs existing in Europe, but these are yet to be used to their true potential.

Besides its natural attractions, Romania is also unique because of its ethnographic heritage, represented by the traditional architecture, traditional equipment and techniques, crafts, ...

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