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  • The Danube-Black Sea canal in south-eastern Romania, is the world’s third longest man-made navigation route, after the Suez and the Panama Canals.

  • The earliest homo sapien fossils, were discovered in 2002 in south-western Romania, in the “Cave with Bones“. The ages of the fossils is estimated at 37,800 to 42,000 years old.

  • The Merry Cemetery (or the Happy Graveyard) in the village of Săpânța - Maramureş is one of the world's most unique resting places and it is famous for its over 800 colorful gravestones, carved in oak, and decorated with colorful paintings and funny epitaphs about the deceased.

  • Romania hosts seven Unesco World Heritage sites.

  • Romania has the largest population of Brown bears in Europe.

  • Bucharest's Palace of the People is the largest and most expensive civil administration building ever built.

  • Universal literature has found valuable sources of inspiration in Romania's castles – the most famous novels written are "The Castle in the Carpathians" by Jules Verne, and "Dracula" by Bram Stoker.

  • iso9001-sISO 9001, Pirgroup Romania is the first Pirgroup destination that has received this prestigious world wide certification.

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