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Between the Danube, the Black Sea and the Carpathian Mountains, Romania has countless riches. It presents itself as a verdant country comprised of agricultural land, mountain pastures and picturesque villages with their incredible original charm still intact. To the south of the country, the Romanian capital of Bucharest blends medieval, communist, art nouveau and neo-classical architecture. The parks and gardens serve as the lungs of the city, like Timisoara – also referred to as "Little Vienna" – renowned for its abundance of parks and gardens and for having instigated the collapse of Communism in Romania in 1989.