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  • Jill Cutler

    Bucket List - Visit Hunyad Castle, Transylvania, Romania

  • David Beagin

    ARCHITECTURE – another great example of beautiful design. Hunyad castle, Transylvania, Romania

  • Bob & Sara

    The greatest strength of good architecture is it's ability to immediately generate a sense of *place*. - Hunyad castle, Transylvania, Romania

  • Lindsay Hebel

    Hunyad castle, Transylvania, Romania Visiting this place would be a dream!!

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