Address: Poiana Marului 81, Poiana Marului, Romania | Hotel
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Old Theatre "Mihai Eminescu" , Oravita

A travel blog entry by cristiang. on Jun 10, 2015

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... actors and professional protagonists, thus
constantly keeping alive the idea to erect a building designed to accommodate dramatic and musical stagings. The theatre also had impact upon Romanian language, fact resulted from visits performed by many theatrical and musical bands who came from all over Europe. All
artistic elements were kept intact, confessing the priority of the building itself, the first of ...

Empress Elisabeth / Sissi at Oravita

A travel blog entry by cristiang. on Jun 09, 2015

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At Oraviţa can be visited only monument in the Romanian provinces integratedl until 1918 the former empire, dedicated to the holy Empress Elisabeth / SISSI

Empress Elizabeth (1837-1898), the consort August Franz Joseph, king of the nations of Central Europe, before and during the year 1887 in Oraviţa surroundings. In Marila, Sissi was often brought to supervision and treatment from Dr. Moritz Hoffenreich, whose niece sister, ...


A travel blog entry by cristiang. on Jun 03, 2015

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... in the middle of a breathtaking mountain, amazing landscape.
The thermo-mineral water complex from Oravita is a recent private investment; The therapeutic properties of this thermo-mineral waters works mainly on skeletal and articular degenerative diseas. The waters contain: chloride, sodium, potassium, magnesium, iron, methylsalicylic acid, etc., ...

Oravita Why visit?

A travel blog entry by cristiang. on Jun 02, 2015

2 comments, 11 photos

Dear friend,
If you want to know why we are much more European than other Europeans,
If you want to know why we've had always been integrated, including the creation of Greater Romania in 1918, in Mitteleuropa, in the history of Central Europe and not in the Balkan Peninsula (southeast) where we've had been situated, sometimes humiliating, the communist schedule,
If you want to find ...

What I'm Grateful For

A travel blog entry by altlast on May 08, 2015

... a train ticket to Budapest. Later we all hung out and talked. 11 Spanish guys showed up to the hostel and tried to get us to go out clubbing. The 3 of us decided to go to a bar and have a drink while talking. I split this guy's drink on his lap. I felt like such a ****. The Australian I found out later was only 18. She was one of the most mature people I have ever met. I heard her story of traveling to Mongolia and staying there for a ...