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Decebalus, king of Dacia, defeated by Trajan.  Kazam Gorge on the Danube River, Romania. Completed 2004 as part of a campaign to rescue Romania's historic identity.

Decebalus, king of Dacia, defeated by Trajan. Kazam Gorge on the Danube River, Romania. Completed 2004 as part of a campaign to rescue Romania's historic identity.

Old Romania Salt Mines Converted Into 370ft Deep Museum ( http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/salina-turda-salt-mines-museum )

Old Romania Salt Mines Converted Into 370ft Deep Museum

Old Romania Salt Mines Converted Into 370ft Deep Museum ( http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/salina-turda-salt-mines-museum )

Arad, Romania  People from Ministries who go and help REBUILD Romania.  Class of 2003.  My daughter was 15 when she went for 2 weeks with the Church.  I am sure there are plenty more.

Arad, Romania People from Ministries who go and help REBUILD Romania. Class of 2003. My daughter was 15 when she went for 2 weeks with the Church. I am sure there are plenty more.

Transylvania, Romania - Lovers of myth, superstition and awe will love a vacation to Transylvania. You can see Bran Castle which was supposed to be the home of Dracula. A trip to this region is one that you will remember for a lifetime as there are so many attractions and the countryside is so beautiful. (https://www.facebook.com/TravelingWarrior) #Romania #attractions #Transylvania

Transylvania, Romania - Lovers of myth, superstition and awe will love a vacation to Transylvania. You can see Bran Castle which was supposed to be the home of Dracula. A trip to this region is one that you will remember for a lifetime as there are so many attractions and the countryside is so beautiful. (https://www.facebook.com/TravelingWarrior) #Romania #attractions #Transylvania

Hunyad Castle, Transylvania, Romania via Dan Hiris 
Stories say that Vlad Tepes, the person that inspired the Dracula character, was imprisoned here for 7 years after being deposed in 1462  @Rob Bokkon

Hunyad Castle, Transylvania, Romania via Dan Hiris Stories say that Vlad Tepes, the person that inspired the Dracula character, was imprisoned here for 7 years after being deposed in 1462 @Rob Bokkon

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