Graffiti, Murals and Vandals in Romania

I have traveled to Romania and roamed the cities of Vaslui, Piatra Neamt, Brașov (Transylvania), Bucharest and others. It is quite fascinating to see new things around you, such as the old and new infrastructures and bustling people.

I cannot help but notice as well how the Romanian people, like other people in the world, express their creativity and some things they believe in and fight for. And this is through graffiti, murals and vandals. The first and third ones mainly connote negativity. It is because they do certain damage to some public or public property. But still, I do see art in this whole kind of (though twisted) expression.

In Bucharest

The capital city of Romania, which is part of the European Union.

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In Brașov, Transylvania

Transylvania is very well-known as the home to Vlad “The Impaler” Tepeș’ Bran Castle or commonly known as Dracula’s Castle. It is flocked with both foreigners and locales, especially during summer.

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In Piatra Neamț

It is about 6 hours away from Bucharest via train and about 5 hours away by bus. It is the capital city of Neamț county, Moldavia’s historical region in eastern Romania.

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Taken in Piatra Neamț
Taken in Piatra Neamț

In Vaslui

Still in the eastern part of Romania, Vaslui is the historical region of western Moldavia.

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Photos: Author’s

Amber McLean

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I love to watch K-dramas and write articles and novels.
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