7 Aug, 2013 | From Eduard of Romania
(clockwise from upper-right top: Piaţa Sfatului, Brașov; Castelul Bran; Biserica fortificată Biertan; Turnul cu Ceas, Sighișoara; Mănăstirile Rozavlea, Maramureș; and Piata Mică, Sibiu)
Romania, in southeast Europe, is mountainous in the north while the main feature in the south is the vast Danube valley. The river forms a delta as it approaches the Black Sea, which is a wildlife reserve for countless native and migratory birds. Eduard wrote that his country is filled with beautiful castles and mountains. Their primary religion is Christianity, they have colorful national costumes, and plenty of holidays.
Eduard lives in a small town in North Fălticeni. He likes to read, travel, listen to music, cycling, and do extreme sports. He is also fond of chocolate cakes, biscuits, and ice cream.