Once in a year it is possible to discover Transylvania by train. It is a region and, above all, a country that deserves to be looked at from another perspective. Romania is, by default, associated with a number of commonplaces. Things like being the land of the gypsies, being dangerous, and having nothing special to see. However, this is no true. At the very least, it is an exaggeration.
The country has problems like any other, but it also has many good things. The largest surface of virgin forests in the European Union? It's in Romania. Medieval towns full of churches, castles, fortresses and well preserved centers? Brasov, Sibiu and Sighisoara are just three of the best examples. They are in Transylvania. [...]
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