The Palace of the Parliament in Bucharest (before the revolution known as the House of the Republic or People's House), measures 270 m by 240 m, 86 m high and 92 m underground. It has 9 levels in surface and other 9 in the underground. According to the World Records Academy, Palace of Parliament is the largest administrative building for civilian use as the surface of the world, the most expensive office building in the world, and the heaviest building in the world.


Horezu Monastery is the largest of Wallachia and among the few in Europe of this scale built between 1690 and 1693. You can find it in the village of Romanii de Jos, bordered by Capatanii mountains and Negreuleştilor, Costeştilor and Tomşanilor hills. The monastery has been transformed into a refuge for nuns, and it is visited by over 60,000 tourists annually.


Rasnov Citadel is 15 km from Brasov city and it was built between the years 1211-1225, under the rule of the Teutonic Knights in Barsa. Even if there is no document attesting this, archaeological materials speak for themselves. Boxes for over 400 years, buckles, rings, arrowheads, pieces of ceramic stoves, mugs imprinted with the year1600 or silver coins from 1500 are just some of the objects that were found in lands under the fortress.