Romanian faces

Another photo gallery in place: Romanian faces – friends, neighbours, visitors, strangers…

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Typing in gloves

First mention of the forthcoming book in this piece, published today in Viitorul Romaniei

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Tell us!

 The village of Magura in the Carpathian Mountains, Transylvania, RomaniaWhat do you love about Magura? Tell us!

Were you born here? Do you live here now? Do you spend time here but live elsewhere?

Have you visited this year?

Tell us… in Romanian, in English, in German, in your language. (If you’ve got any good photos, let us know and I’ll give you an email address to send them.)

Do you know good people, good places to stay, good cooks, things to do, presents to buy, places to go? Tell us, please – we can add links and info here.

If you know Magura well, tell readers a bit about the place from your point of view. What you hope the village will be like in 10 years’ time, what you think the village needs most, your best stories about life here…

Hello world!

Looking south towards Bucegi  from Magura

Looking towards the southern end of the village, and the Bucegi mountains

We are based in the village of Magura, near  Bran, in Transylvania, Romania.

Like many other villages in this lovely region, Magura is a nice place but needs more facilities, jobs for local people and the right kind of development. Magura / Transylvania does not need quad bikes, asphalt roads and loud music day and night. Nu, multumesc!

We’ll keep you posted on our activities and ideas. We hope to see you here one fine day…

Română: Masivul Piatra Craiului 3D. Fisier med...

Română: Masivul Piatra Craiului 3D. Fisier media realizat cu date SRTM furnizate liber de NASA si textura World Imagery. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)