Dambovicioarei Keys - are a significant component of the largest key complex in the country, totaling over 20 keys, with a total length of over 30 km. The deepening of the Dambovicioara river in the Jurassic limestones of the Pieti Craiului generated a key sector over 8 km long, with the appearance of a true canyon, cut in the rock pile of the limestone bridges at the end of the massif.
Rasnov Fortress is the largest peasant fortress in southeastern Transylvania. It was built in the 13th century and helped to protect the inhabitants of Tara Barsei for several centuries.
Bran Castle is the most famous fortress, due mainly to the legend that this was the residence of the vampire Count Dracula. Built in sec. XIV, the castle is the main attraction of the area
The open air ethnographic museum was set up in the park in the vicinity of Bran Castle. In this museum some of the oldest and most typical constructions in the Tara Barsei area were brought and reconstructed.
Church of Cheia - Moeciu de Sus Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary from Cheia built in 1813 from river stone, wool (instead of mortar) and lime.
Piatra Craiului National Park - is located within the counties of Brasov and Arges, respectively Zarnesti, Moeciu, Rucar and Dambovicioara, including the Piatra Craiului massif and an area comprising the Dambovitei and Ghimbavului Gorges. Located in the Southern Carpathians, the park comprises a massif about 25 km long between Zarnesti and Rucar, being delimited by the Bran-Rucar corridor and the Dambovicioara river to the east and south-east, from the Dambovita and Tamas rivers to the east and from the Barsa river to the north. The massive access can be done either through the Plaiul Foii or through Curmatura.
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