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Oltenia

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Oltenia is a region of Romania. It consists of the counties of Dolj, Gorj, Valcea, and the eastern part of Mehedinti (the western part is in Banat).

Cities[edit]

Map of Oltenia

Other destinations[edit]

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Natural attractions[edit]

  • 1 God's Bridge (Podul lui Dumnezeu). The second-biggest natural bridge in Europe, and the biggest in Romania. (Q12738247) on Wikidata
  • Bistreț Lake.

Museums[edit]

  • 2 Cula Cartianu. (Q12726059) on Wikidata

Monasteries[edit]

  • 3 Tismana Monastery (Mănăstirea Tismana). (Q3320345) on Wikidata
  • 4 Baia de Aramă Monastery (Mănăstirea Baia de Aramă). Baia de Aramă Monastery on Wikipedia Baia de Aramă monastery (Q15079577) on Wikidata

Do[edit]

  • 1 Portul Cultural Cetate. Old port on the Danube, now owned by the famous poet Mircea Dinescu, where he organizes various artistic and culinary events, including the Dival Film Festival. They offer accommodation and delicious food, but better contact them in advance.

Ski[edit]

  • 2 Ski Vidra (drive Râmnicu Vâlcea -> Voineasa -> Vidra or Sibiu -> Brezoi -> Voineasa -> Vidra). Ski resort near the Vidra lake.
  • 3 Rânca. Ski resort in the Parâng mountains.
  • 4 Ski Perișani. Ski resort in the Fagaraș mountains.

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