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Sarmizegetusa Regia, Sarmizegetusa

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Ruin Tourist Spot
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  • It is not only the energy of such a place that transmit you the skills of our ancestrals. It is much more, but is almost impossible to define.... Just be there and feel it...  more »
  • I really felt the energy in this mystic place. So proud of this truly important heritage that clearly shows the Romanians linkage to its truly ancestors and the path of our history.  more »
  • A place filled with history, mystery and emotion. A sacred place for Romania and a treasure for world heritage.  more »
  • the road is repaired and practical, there's a parking where you can leave the car; from here you have a 2 km walk until the ruins site. great historical place to visit, still you should consider that there is no place to eat or sleep nearby. drinkable water from a spring inside the site.
  • Easy access via the very good road,nice historic place.Do not expect a traditional touristic place - no restaurant or something like this near it.In the end it is a historic place in the wild and something like this will destroy the place.
  • The archeological site of the old Dacian Capital. Situated about 21 km from Costesti, Hunedoara (another Dacian site with 2 other fortresses) it is accesible by a road wich is in very good condition. The site is not fully excavated, but you can see the remains of the fortress and Sacred Zone with its sanctuaries.
  • Now you have a parking place from where you have to walk about 2-3 km. Is very nice to see the stones and the relicve old from 2000 years.
  • An ancient Dacic place from the first century, a strong symbol for Romania, a restored and great place to visit, now asphalt access