The Mud Volcanoes are a geological reservation located in the Berca commune in the Buzau County in Romania. The mud volcanoes from the Sub Carpathians are formed due to the underground eruptions of gases generated by oilfields.
Sunset on the lake #landscapephotograhy
Travel in Dubrovnik, Croatia 27 may 2010.
Traffic is seen crossing the Bosphorus Bridge on May 2011, in Istanbul, Turkey.
Eforie Nord is a resort near Constanta about 260 km east of Bucharest on Black Sea coast in Romania. The city has been a tourist destination during Romania's communist era.
A general view of Pirgadikia city in Greece on July 2012.
General view of the Parliament Palace building in Bucharest, Romania, March 2009. It was built by Nicolae Ceausescu, and originally intended as his personal residence.
Woman’s Cave was the last refuge for women and children in times of war. The Woman's Cave, is an elaborate cave system located in Baia de Fier commune, Gorj County, Romania.