Locals of Romania

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View from an old defence tower

Hello fellow Globetrotters!

Janet already told you that you will see some pictures of the locals living conditions and there life, so here we are.

In the first picture you can see an old defence tower in the church-fortress Seligstadt, which is one of the oldest in Transylvania.
If you like the picture and are interested in the history, you can either write us (you see how this works at Contact us) or you can visit the website of the activity centre in Seligstadt, if you want to do so click here.

The other pictures are made in the Carpathian mountains, where I visited a farmers family. The experience to be able to talk to locals and even to visit there home with that kind of friendliness – all of that is a long lasting experience. If anybody wants to know more, feel free to contact me via the ways listed up in Contact us.

 

 

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route to the locals home
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flock
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At a farm in the mountains
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cabin of the locals – living, working and laughing

 

See you soon at our next destination!

 

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5 thoughts on “Locals of Romania

  1. Girls, your pictures are great! I like to remember the time in Romina to. The landscape of Transylavien is pretty awesome!
    At every journey you have to visit some locals. In this way, you can learn something special more about culture and country 🙂

    I’am looking forward and waiting for the next post about Bran! A little city with something mysterious like this is soooooo cool!

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    1. Thank you so much! Yes of course, Romania is absolutely beautiful. I also love thinking back of my time there so much! well, then stay tuned about our next post. Hope you will like it. xo

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