Cazinoul, Constanta, Romania

Cazinoul (The Casino), Constanta, Romania Built in the Cazinoul looks like a huge mausoleum standing sentinel in the waterfronts of the Black Sea. architects: Daniel Renard and Petre Antonescu

Constanţa is a coastal Black Sea town in southern Dobruja, Romania, the second most important city in the country and, during summer, a beautiful touristic city. It is the capital of Constanta county and Romania's largest seaport, a great city to begin to explore the wonders of the sea.

Constanţa is a coastal Black Sea town in southern Dobruja, Romania.

Eglise de sto Ildefonso-porto by kling philippe, via Flickr. Decorated with azulejos.

Eglise de sto Ildefonso-porto by kling philippe, via Flickr. Decorated with azulejos.

Photograph Arch of Triumph (arch. Petre Antonescu) by Daniel Maracine on 500px

Photograph Arch of Triumph (arch. Petre Antonescu) by Daniel Maracine on

Piata Mare, Sibiu, Romania. It's so beautiful

Piata Mare, Sibiu, Romania.

Piata Mare Sibiu, Romania Piata Mare Sibiu is a city in Transylvania, Romania, with a population of Located some 215 km mi) north-west of Bucharest!

An old medieval street in Sighişoara © Gabriela Insuratelu, Shutterstock

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Abandoned casino in Constanta, Romania, on the Black Sea. It's been empty since the Communist era (built in 1905).

Abandoned casino in Constanta, Romania, on the Black Sea - empty since the Communist era - built in 1905

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