Romania is home to the legendary Bran Castle, often associated with the fictional character of Count Dracula.
The ancient kingdom of Dacia was located in present-day Romania and was conquered by the Romans in the early 2nd century AD.
The Palace of the Parliament in Bucharest is the world’s heaviest and most expensive administrative building.
The life-saving drug insulin was discovered by Romanian scientist Nicolae Paulescu in 1916.
Romania is home to some of Europe’s last remaining large carnivores, including brown bears, wolves, and lynxes.
The Scarisoara Ice Cave in Romania contains a glacier and is the second-largest ice cave in Europe.