Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve – first Romanian objective included in Unesco
Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve is ranked third in the world in terms of diversity of the biosphere, with over 5,500 species of animals and plants. Delta was included in the UNESCO World Heritage in 1991, being the First Romanian objective included in Unesco.
Other objectives of the Convention which are protected in Romania: Monastery Horezu, painted churches of northern Moldavia, Saxon settlements with fortified churches in Transylvania, the Dacian fortresses in Orastie Mountains, the wooden churches of Maramures, the old town of Sighisoara and the Church of the Resurrection from Monastery Suceviţa.
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