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Romania in UNESCO 65



In 2021 Romania celebrated a double anniversary: 65 years since the country's accession to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization - UNESCO and 65 years since the establishment of Romania's National Commission for UNESCO - CNR UNESCO. On this occasion, we presented a series of 10 short films about Romania's breathtaking UNESCO World Heritage which proved very popular with our viewers. We are pleased to remind you that all of them are still available online and can be watched (or rewatched) at the links below.



Ep. 1 / The Secular and Virgin Forests of the Carpathians and Other Regions of Europe / An impressive transnational site comprising nature reserves from 12 European countries


Ep. 2 / Villages with Fortified Churches in Transylvania / Architectural gems from the famous Saxon villages in central Romania


Ep. 3 / Horezu Monastery / A masterpiece of the so-called Brâncovenesc architectural style, founded by Prince Constantin Brâncoveanu in 1690


Ep. 4 / The Danube Delta / A rich and stunningly beautiful natural reserve


Ep. 5 / The Wooden Churches of Maramureș / Outstanding examples of traditional religious architecture from North-West Romania


Ep. 6 / Sighișoara Fortress / A marvel of medieval architecture still standing in the heart of Transylvania


Ep. 7 / Doina / A musical national treasure, inscribed in 2009 on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity


Ep. 8 / The Călușari Dance / One of the fastest and most spectacular traditional dances in the world, included in the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity


Ep. 9 / Horezu Ceramics / A unique traditional craft handmade in Vâlcea County not far from Horezu monastery, included in the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity


Ep. 10 / Roșia Montană / The historic site of Alburnus Maior, an archetypal example of Roman underground gold mining and home to Europe's largest gold deposits, added to UNESCO's World Heritage list in July 2021



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