BRAN CASTLE: former art museum and medieval history, currently has a permanent exhibition that presents the history of the fortress / castle. In several rooms have been restored interior of the former private residence of Queen Marie of Romania (Queen Mary bedroom, music room, bedroom Ferdinand etc). In the round tower chapel can be seen on request tomb of Prince Mircea, the youngest son of Queen Maria, who died of typhoid fever during the First World War (1916).
Rasnov: is the largest peasant citadel in southeastern Transylvania. It was built in the thirteenth century and helped defend the inhabitants of Barsa for several centuries.
Bran Village Museum: Museum Bran ethnographic department, opened in 1962, 5 years after opening Bran Castle Museum. Designed as open-air museum, shows the evolution of traditional folk architecture of the villages of Bran area. The complex includes 18 households and housing, household annexes, economic construction and installation of wood and wool fabrics, hydraulically.
National Park: it is located in the counties of Arges and Brasov, respectively Zarnesti localities, Moeciu, Rucar and Dambovicioara, including Massif and Dambovita Gorges Gorges area including Ghimbavului. Located in the Southern Carpathians, the park about 25 km long massif between Zarnesti and Rucar, being bounded by the lane Bran-Rucar and Dambovicioara River to the east and southeast, the rivers Dambovita and Tamas Barsa river to the east and north.
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- Nature Reserves
- Museums and galleries
- Artistic and historical sites
- Churches and monasteries
- Bird watching
- Mountain bike