In February 2016 we visited Cosna, a very beautiful village in Dorna County. Next to my hailadorna.ro colleague, Damian, we visited the local church, we met with Dan Cobuz, an ex-military pilot who flies tourists above Bucovina in his private two-person plane from Floreni Aerodrome, and then we visited Bucovina’s Horses in Dorna Arini, another beautiful commune nearby.
We reached Cosna at about 9:00 AM in a freezing Saturday morning. There were about -10 degrees Celsius, a very „warm” temperature for that time of the month in Cosna. The icy road made our ability to maintain a straight posture almost impossible, and we nearly fell down a couple times. But that’s all right, we like a challenge.
You can take a look at this map in order to get a better idea of where Cosna is located.
We didn’t give in to cold, so we took our photo camera from the car and starting to shoot the beautiful landscapes around. The icy road, the old garden fountains you can still find in some rural parts of Romania, the outhouses people build in order to keep the grass they cut during summer and many more beautiful sights.
Walking down the rural roads in such a freezing temperature we also met a horse. That’s right, a horse. You can see him down below, in one of the images. We met him and we politely asked him to raise his head and take a break from his meal in order to pose for us. And so he did. We actually took no less than 14 images of him, but we’ll show you just one. We’ll keep the rest for us.
Nevertheless, we truly hope that you will enjoy the photo gallery, because we took them for you. We also hope that these images and our articles will convince you that a visit in the Dorna County is mandatory next time you’re in Romania.
Come to Dorna. Come to Cosna.
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Now I leave you with these photos. Hope you enjoy them as much as we do.