The National Arena

A football stadium in Bucharest, the venue holds 55,611 people. The stadium has a retractable roof, which can be opened or closed in 15 minutes. It is also endowed with a floodlight system and 2100 parking spaces.
C: "Stadionul National - National Arena 3" by Mihai Petre - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons

Basarab overpass

The Basarab Overpass in Bucharest has a length of 1,9 km and is the widest cable stayed bridge in Europe, measuring a width of 44,5 meters. It is transited by almost 50 000 vehicles daily.

C: "Бессарабский мост" by Nicu Buculei - Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons

Floreasca Sky Tower

Located in Bucharest, functions as office building.

C: „Floreasca SkyTower” de CARPATHIANLAND - License CC BY-SA 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons -

Cathedral Plaza

Located in downtown Bucharest, it functions as an office building.

C: „Cathedral Plaza” de CARPATHIANLAND - Licensed CC BY-SA 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons -

Calea Victoriei

A major avenue in central Bucharest, Calea Victoriei is lined with new fashion shops, art boutiques, coffee shops and restaurants, making it an upmarket shopping strip in Bucharest.

C: "Hotel Continental - Calea Victoriei" by Mihai Petre - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 ro via Commons


Part of the famous Romanian region, Transylvania, Sibiu is the most important ethnic German city in Romania. It can be a perfect location for depicting a German / Austrian town in the 18th and 19th century, due to its architecture and ambiance.


Constanta is the fourth largest port in Europe, and apart from the sea-side city, the county hosts traditional villages, vineyards, ancient monuments and the Danube Delta, a bird-lover's paradise. The city offers great historical monuments locations, ancient ruins, the grand Casino by the sea, and proximity to beach resorts by the Black Sea.


Resplendent with gothic, baroque and renaissance architecture, as well as a wealth of historical attractions, Brasov is one of the biggest cities in Romania. It hosts the largest gothic church in Romania (the Black church), as well as historic citadels in the mountains. Due to its medieval ambiance, it has been used as backdrop in many recent period films.

Cluj Napoca

Cluj Napoca is a western city in Romania. Here you can find buildings of Gothic, Baroque and Rennaissance architecture, such as The Banffy palace, St. Michael's Church or the Szecki Palaces. Part of the city is also built in Communist architecture, as well as "more efficient" high-density apartment blocks.


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