Our northwesternmost destination was Deva, where we visited an outdoor lapidarium, played with kitties, paid homage to Decebalus and were entertained by a group of dancers performing for Children's Day.
|Look at all the different types of stone and marble!|
|Obligatory cat picture - what would the internet be without cats?|
We returned to Bucharest via the oldest stone church in Romania, built from plundered Roman stones and via the World War I Monument in Târgu-Jiu, featuring sculptures by Romanian born artist Constantine Brâncuși.
|Brâncuși's Gate of the Kiss (note bride!)|
End of Part II.
P.S. Apparently SOMEONE was allowed to take pictures of the Dacian bracelet hoard!
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