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Send fresh flowers to Romania

Send Flowers to Romania


Send flowers to Romania

Located in Eastern Europe and embracing the shore of the Black Sea, Romania is a country that finally emerged in the latter half of the 19th century (although disparate principalities had inhabited this land for millennia). After the Second World War, Romania was a part of the Soviet political conglomerate until its ultimate independence in 1989. Presently, Romania is experiencing a growing economy and many of its residents enjoy an upper-middle-class lifestyle.

Notwithstanding a healthy economy, Romania is rich in history and culture. Its capital city of Bucharest is a well-known financial centre that plays host to such attractions as the Palace of the Parliament and the National Museum of Contemporary Art. Similar advancements can be viewed in other districts. For instance, Craiova is a commercial powerhouse and offers visitors such attractions as the Madona Dudu Church, the Craiova Art Museum and a spacious botanical garden (one of the largest in Europe). These are some prime examples of the recent strides that Romania has taken towards a fully successful and integrated economy.

Family members, friends and colleagues living in Romania would appreciate the gift of flowers and thanks to modern technology and delivery options, such services, as send flowers to Romania, have never been more of a reality.

But we’re not just about flowers. Have a look at the ideas for international gift basket delivery and you’ll see that, whatever the occasion, FloraQueen can help you make that special day just a bit more special

From January to December, birthdays to new babies and Christmas, FloraQueen is the best way to arrange international flower deliveryor international gift basket delivery.

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