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Interesting facts about the Romania
Its official. Romania has the most beautiful waterfall in the world.

The mass transit network in Bucharest is the fourth largest in Europe.

Romania is the ninth largest wine producer in the world.

Romania was a source of inspiration for two very famous novels: “The Castle in the Carpathians” by Jules Verne, and “Dracula” by Bram Stoker.

People that enjoy a good coffee will be surprised to know that Francesco Illy, the founder of Illycaffè was born in Timisoara, Romania in1892. He also invented the first automatic steam espresso coffee machine.

Timisoara became the first city of Europe to have electric street lighting in 1889.

The modern jet engine was invented by the Bucharest-born inventor Henri Coanda in 1910.

The city of Brasov is home to the largest Gothic church between Vienna, Austria and Istanbul, Turkey.

Peles Castle was the first European castle entirely lit by electrical current. The electricity was produced by the castle’s own plant. The castle’s central heating system, built in 1888, is still functional and in use today.

Europe’s second largest underground glacier, the Scarisoara glacier, is found underneath the Bihor Mountains in Romania. It has a volume of 75,000 cubic meters and has existed for more than 3,500 years.

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