[smiles] How nice it is to see a familiar face.
Hi, dad. Good to see you.
Good to see you as well, my son. How have you been?
The ancient Dacian fortress Sarmizegetusa Regia in central Romania was recently reopened to visitors, after having been closed for several months, during which work was conducted in the area to highlight its value. (via ri on March 4, 2014)
- “We already had 120 visitors at Sarmizegetusa Regia in the first two days of March. The weather is nice, the cleaning is impeccable, and tourists have only good words to say about the way this historic monument looks like now, and about what was done there during winter, when it was closed,” administrator of Sarmizegetusa Regia archaeological park, Vladimir Brilinsky, told local news agency Agerpres.
- The fortress was closed to the public between December 1 and March 1. During this period, the administration of the archaeological park conducted several necessary cleaning operations.
- The Dacian fortress may be visited daily between 7:00 and 17:00, and tickets cost RON 5 for adults, and RON 2 for children, students and pensioners.
- Some 25,000 people visited Sarmizegetusa Regia last year, and the administration of the park hopes to increase the number to 35,000 this year.
- The fortress Sarmizegetusa was the most important military, religious and political center of the ancient Dacians. The fortress, which was on top of a 1,200 meter high mountain, was the core of the strategic system in the Orastie Mountains, which comprised six citadels.
I missed this piece of news a few months ago, but I’m publishing it now - better late than never.
ah im not sure how accurate that is darling- and people will be skeptical when they see it unless you offer actual proof? or if you say its your headcanon with some romeyeah, i was thinking of that
and since i’m here, i’m wondering
the whole ‘dacia is rome’s dad’
should i just forget about it?
I doubt that Mircea will call him that. Maybe as a kid, but not today XD
Dad or father is good enough XD
"I do not recall meeting you before. State what your business is here, stranger."
"Neither have I. I suppose the only business I have is just trying to find my way back home the long way around."
"And where exactly is this home you’re searching for?" He asked, before grumbling something about how youths of today cannot use maps or had no sense of direction.
"The Bran Castle in Romania. I know where I’m going anyways."
"… Bran is quite a long way from here, child."