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    (Original post by retro_turtles)
    oH i bEg to differ i think the author Loves romania and its People
    see...witty.
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    (Original post by Google22)
    One of my friends says Macedonia is the beautifulest country she's been to.

    Is Romania similar to Macedonia?


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    Yes, they both have marvelous green landscapes, mostly mountainous and the diversity of the wildlife is rather unique. The scenery is also combined with dense forests, lakes and untouched nature which comes with breathtaking views. There are many attractions, the rich culture, the castles, the museums, but also the nightlfe and most people are warm-hearted and hospitable.

    Romania is said to be the last place in Europe that has the same landscape that existed in the 18th century or even in the medieval times. "It’s like the Cotswolds would have been in the 18th century."
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    see...witty.
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    (Original post by aminoff)
    I know where I'm going next year now
    You should visit, I bet you'd be amazed and wouldn't want to leave.
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    I am a simple Romanian. I see Romania, I rep.
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    Does it look like a village in Kazakhstan? Maybe. But it's in Romania.

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    (Original post by EC)
    If you stopped believing everything The Daily Mail says, you'd be surprised.
    so then..why do they keep coming to uk if it's all in Romania..
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    (Original post by EC)
    Yes, they both have marvelous green landscapes, mostly mountainous and the diversity of the wildlife is rather unique. The scenery is also combined with dense forests, lakes and untouched nature which comes with breathtaking views. There are many attractions, the rich culture, the castles, the museums, but also the nightlfe and most people are warm-hearted and hospitable.

    Romania is said to be the last place in Europe that has the same landscape that existed in the 18th century or even in the medieval times. "It’s like the Cotswolds would have been in the 18th century."
    Cheers, def sounds interesting! Both countries do have a nice peaceful vibe to it. What cities apart from Bucharest would you recommend?


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    Does it look like a City in Spain? Maybe. But it's in Romania.

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    (Original post by Palmyra)
    Beautiful.

    Every country has its slums etc, but every country has a story to tell also.
    Yes, indeed, what's weird is that there's always the basic confusion between gypsies who are actually Roma people and Romanians who are the citizens of Romania.
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    (Original post by WoodyMKC)
    Does it look like a village in Kazakhstan? Maybe. But it's in Romania.

    :nah::rofl:
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    (Original post by Michiyo)
    I am a simple Romanian. I see Romania, I rep.
    The memes in this thread though....:rofl:
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    (Original post by retro_turtles)
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    Hmm. I dont know how i feel about romania. Seems a bit cold
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    (Original post by Google22)
    Cheers, def sounds interesting! Both countries do have a nice peaceful vibe to it. What cities apart from Bucharest would you recommend?


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    This is informative if you're interested. Personally, I'd recommend to visit Timisoara, Cluj, Brasov and Constanta.

    http://travelaway.me/city-break-in-romania/

    The west of Romania is the most beatiful imo.
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    (Original post by EC)
    The memes in this thread though....:rofl:
    The memes are too strong :rofl:

    New meme: Does it look like it's in (country)/a (something) in (country)? Maybe, but it's in Romania.
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    (Original post by S2M)
    Whilst the U.K. has nothing...
    HOW
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    Hmm. I dont know how i feel about romania. Seems a bit cold
    During the winter, it is indeed very cold (around -10 degrees to -20 degrees, even up to -30 rarely). In summer, though, the average temperature is 30-35 degrees.

    The records are -38.5°C and 44.5°C
 
 
 
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