The following photos were taken on a monthlong trip through Romania in June 2007.
Photo Gallery 28 - Constanta (1)
Constanta, Romania's third-largest city, on the Black Sea coast, was a
late addition to our itinerary -- a circuitous way of getting back to Bucharest,
requiring an 11-hour, 600 km minibus ride from Gura Humorului.
En route to Constanta. Possibly the face of the entire trip.
Constanta lay at the heart of Roman settlement in present-day Romania;
ruins are dotted around the city, like this pillar topped by the seagull motif,
ancient symbol of bird droppings.
All photos are copyright 2007 by Adam Jones. No copyright is claimed for educational or other non-profit use if the author is credited and notified. For commercial use, please contact the author. Photos are also available in large-size (3072 x 2304), high-resolution versions suitable for printing and framing.