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Market Corner: Bundle of 5 x LAD Romania - Transfagarasan - top quality approved by specialists
Market Corner: Bundle of 5 x LAD Romania - Transfagarasan - top quality approved by specialists

A002 Market Corner: LAD Romania - Transfagarasan Waterfall N194-10

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SKU: N 194-10-1
The A002 Market Corner: LAD Romania - Transfagarasan Waterfall N194-10 postcard is a stunning representation of the natural beauty found in Romania. The image captures the majesty and power of one of nature's most impressive creations, as water cascades down from great heights into a crystal-clear pool below. 🌊💦🏞️ This postcard is perfect for anyone who loves to travel or appreciates beautiful scenery. It would make an excellent addition to any collection, whether you're just starting out with your hobby or have been collecting for years.

When you receive this postcard in your mailbox, it will be like receiving a little piece of magic! Imagine opening up your mailbox on an ordinary day only to find this breathtaking scene waiting inside. You'll feel transported away from whatever stresses are weighing on you and taken instead into another world entirely!

The target audience for this product includes people who love traveling and exploring new places, but also those who appreciate artistry through photography. They may even collect different types, such as vintage ones too! This particular card could appeal more towards individuals interested specifically in Romanian culture, history, and nature enthusiasts since it showcases some unique features about their country which not many other countries can offer (such as its famous waterfall).

If someone were planning a trip to Romania soon after seeing this card online at, they might imagine themselves standing right there next time when visiting these falls while admiring them firsthand rather than simply viewing pictures online beforehand – making memories last forever by capturing moments via photographs/postcards exchanged between friends/family members back home during travels abroad!

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The Transfagarasan Waterfall postcard is not just a beautiful image but also has cultural and historical significance. The waterfall itself is located on the famous Transfagarasan Highway, which was built in the 1970s as a strategic military route through the Carpathian Mountains during Romania's communist era.

In conclusion, this A002 Market Corner: LAD Romania - Transfagarasan Waterfall N194-10 postcard from will bring joy to anyone who receives it! It captures both natural beauty and human ingenuity while providing an opportunity for people all over the world to connect with each other via travel experiences shared through exchanging these little pieces of artistry that can be treasured forever.

The product is printed by a third party - to offer also "touristic postcards" of Romania.

15 x 10 cm

Transfagarasan is a famous mountain road located in Romania, known for its stunning scenery and challenging driving conditions. It is often referred to as one of the most beautiful and exciting driving routes in the world.

The road was constructed between 1970 and 1974 as a military route and is named after its two main endpoints: Transylvania and Wallachia. The road is 90 kilometers (56 miles) long and reaches an altitude of 2,042 meters (6,699 feet) at its highest point.

Transfagarasan is famous for several reasons. Firstly, it offers breathtaking views of the Carpathian Mountains, with winding roads that twist and turn through stunning landscapes, including steep cliffs, rushing waterfalls, and alpine forests.

Secondly, the road is an engineering marvel, with tunnels, viaducts, and bridges that were built to withstand extreme weather conditions, making it one of the most challenging roads in the world to drive.

Finally, Transfagarasan is famous for its association with former Romanian dictator, Nicolae Ceausescu. It is said that he ordered the construction of the road as a strategic military route, but also to boost the morale of the Romanian people following the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968. It is also rumored that he used military personnel and prisoners to build the road, resulting in many deaths and injuries.

Today, Transfagarasan is a popular tourist destination, attracting visitors from around the world who come to experience its stunning scenery, challenging driving conditions, and rich history.