Sulina – one of the 3 channels through which the Danube river (longest river of Europe) flows into the Black Sea.
The Danube river begins its long journey flowing from Germany’s Black Forest through Austria, Slovakia, Croatia, Hungary, Serbia, Romania, Ukraine and Moldova.
In Romania, Danube finds its gateway into the Black Sea through 3 channels, where it also forms the Danube Delta nearby.
‘The mouths of Danube”, where the river flows into the Black Sea
Lighthouse (built XVIII century)
Old abandoned structures lie everywhere in Sulina
Not far from the beach lies the old cemetery of Sulina, where people of Christian, Muslim and Jewish religion are buried. Also, various different nationalities and other denominations found their resting place here.
The old carriage which used to be drawn by 4 black horses
Italian – “Pregate per lui” meaning “Pray for him”
Entire English crew
Princess Ecaterina Moruzi
“The two drowned sisters”
“K island”, island formed in 2000, also called “Birds Island” due to the fact that colonies of thousands of birds usually gather here
See more photos of nearby Danube Delta
Old postcards/ photos of Sulina
(XVIII, XIX and early XXth century)