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Korond

Korond

Inside the old Salina Turda Salt Mines located in Transylvania, Romania, stands the world's largest salt mine museum. Originally established in the 17th century, the massive mines were formed completely by hand and machine rather than by using explosives. Visitors are invited to descend as far down as almost 400 feet into the Earth in order to witness the history of the trade.

Inside the old Salina Turda Salt Mines located in Transylvania, Romania, stands the world's largest salt mine museum. Originally established in the 17th century, the massive mines were formed completely by hand and machine rather than by using explosives. Visitors are invited to descend as far down as almost 400 feet into the Earth in order to witness the history of the trade.

When in Transylvania, Fagaras fortress is a must see: http://romania-to-go.com/fagaras-fortress/

When in Transylvania, Fagaras fortress is a must see: http://romania-to-go.com/fagaras-fortress/

Rasnov

Rasnov

Visit the enormous    in #Bucharest which is one of the most extravagant and expensive architecture projects in the world. Book your #hotel with https://www.traveltura.com and see the heaviest  building.

Visit the enormous in #Bucharest which is one of the most extravagant and expensive architecture projects in the world. Book your #hotel with https://www.traveltura.com and see the heaviest building.

Ciudad del Este, Paraguay, and Puente de La Amistad, over the Parana river, separating Foz de Iguaçu, Brasil and Paraguay.

Ciudad del Este, Paraguay, and Puente de La Amistad, over the Parana river, separating Foz de Iguaçu, Brasil and Paraguay.

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