Wooden buildings, traditional ports, and MOCANITA-steam train from Maramures
On this page we will present you pictures with some traditional wooden buildings, one of them is a wood carving church – The tallest wooden church in the world, with a height of 78 m, erected at Sapanta Village, Maramures, Romania.
But besides buildings and traditional clothing worn by people, women and men from the same area, we gladly show you some of the photos taken with a steam train. Please enjoy!
The tallest wooden church in the world 78 m high, erected at Sapanta Village, Maramures, Romania
Sapanta-Peri Monastery, Maramures County, Romania
Base of the Sapanta-Peri monastery, the tallest wooden church in the world.
Another house with traditional motifs of Maramures area.
Traditional peasant house in Maramures, Romania.
Chain mail shirt attributed to Pintea the Brave, known also as Pintea the Outlaw in Budesti Village, Maramures, Romania.
Translated form inscription in the photo above
Grigore Pintea of Magoaja (1670-1703). Complex personality, a famous outlaw and army captain, lover of freedom and justice for the many and oppressed who have praised in legend and history.
Food in Maramures
Merry Cemetery, Sapanta Village, Maramures County, Romania
Sapanta Village, Maramures County, Romania – Map sights.
Road from Maramures County
Picture steam train, front view.
Picture steam train, side view.
Steam train in motion.
Steam train transport equipment and transport for tourists in the mountains of Maramures
Photo panoramic with steam train
Landscape camera captured while traveling steam train.
Landscape from Maramures
Landscape photo river in Maramures
Sky slope in Cavnic, Maramures region, Romania.
Local traditions and customs – Men and women wearing traditional folklorical costumes
Horse-drawn carriages where there are young people dressed in traditional costumes from Maramures, in the Sighetu Marmatiei town.
Men dressed in warm clothing made of sheep hair. Maramures traditional clothing.
Ports traditional Rosia Village, Bihor County, Romania.
The locals dressed in traditional costumes from Maramures.
Traditional costumes from the Sisesti village, Maramures county, Romania.
Traditional costumes from the village of Budesti, Maramures, Romania
Traditional costumes from the village of Vine Valley Valea Viilor, Sibiu County, Romania.
Traditional folk dances, Rosia Village area, Bihor County, Romania.
Winter Traditions. Holiday traditions in Maramures, Romania.
Women dressed in traditional costumes from Maramures region.
Young man riding a horse, dressed in traditional clothes from the Maramures area.
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