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Sapanta Cemetery in Maramures, Romania

Sapanta Cemetery in Romania is know for its unique wooden gravestones, carved by local craftmen. Each one is personalized and it shows the life of the person, or how he died. It is located in the region of Maramures, one of the most traditional in Romania.

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I like to say that I'm a gypsy traveller. In 2009 I quit my job to chase my dream of exploring our wonderful planet in a sustainable way; thanks to my itchy feet, I had a lot of incredible adventures and I got closer to my goal of becoming a travel photographer. I love nature, sustainability, outdoor and hiking, and I never stop dreaming. More about Davide Vadala'. Content attribution on Google +

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Danube Delta in Romania

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Davide Vadalà and Otilia Lefter

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