Romania is a country of contrasts and diversity, an unspoiled territory of unique beauty where the latest trends and the oldest traditions are united only by the friendliness of its people. Travelers to Romania can admire the 16th century artistic treasures of the Bucovina Monasteries while listening to George Enescu' s "Romanian Rhapsody" which is brilliantly inspired from local folkloric themes. Romania is the home country of Constantin Brancusi, one of the most acclaimed modern sculptors of the XX century, a place in Europe waiting for its attractions and beauties to be discovered. English, French, German and Italian are taught in many schools and are the most common languages spoken in Romania. In a country of political, civil and social stability, travelers can feel safe and free to explore Romania's sights and wonders.