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Dacian Fortresses of the Orastie Mountains

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beautiful cultural site

the place is amazing, a Romanian Stonehenge. the area is famous for its legends about the energetic... read more

Reviewed November 19, 2015
12Mihaela25
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Limassol, Cyprus
a beautiful historical place, but no facilities

the place is amazing, a real romanian stonhenge. there are plenty of legends about the energy, the... read more

Reviewed January 15, 2013
littlekimms
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bucuresti
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Nov 19, 2015
“beautiful cultural site”
Jan 15, 2013
“a beautiful historical place, but no facilities”
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Reviewed November 19, 2015

the place is amazing, a Romanian Stonehenge. the area is famous for its legends about the energetic fields here and the hidden Dacic treasures. Fortunately, the road towards Sarmisegetusa was finished and the access is easier now. Accommodation can be booked in the village nearby:...More

1  Thank 12Mihaela25
Reviewed January 15, 2013

the place is amazing, a real romanian stonhenge. there are plenty of legends about the energy, the hidden tresures and all kind of things. the view is great, too bad that the acces is not very friendly. either you go by foot, either by a...More

1  Thank littlekimms
Reviewed April 9, 2010

This is one of the UNESCO World heritage sites filled with mistery and little known. http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/906 The legends of the Dacian gold treasures are everywhere in the Hunedoara county, central Romania. The greatness of the almost 3000 years old history of the Dacians (Romanians ancestors)...More

6  Thank DianaVenusiana
Reviewed December 29, 2009

I've seen Egyptian, Maya and Inca sites , and the Dacian site Sarmisegetusa doesn't compare to any of these, because there's only a very small part of the ancient greatness of this place that is still standing . After conquesting Dacia, the Romans made sure...More

8  Thank danacostea
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Kim B
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Response from Philippe P | Reviewed this property |
Je n'ai pas connaissance de guides particuliers consacrés aux citadelles des Daces.
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