In south eastern Europe lies the former Communist state of Romania. The county was freed from the Iron Curtain in 1989 and has since become an affordable and popular destination for European tourists. Bucharest, the capital, was once known as Paris of the East, and the countryside boasts some of E
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Bulgaria, Hungary, Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus, Russian Federation, Slovakia, Romania, and Poland.
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