Christmas-y decorations in Campulung.
(Câmpulung (also spelled Cîmpulung, /kɨɱpu'luŋg/), or Câmpulung Muscel, is a city in the Argeş County, Romania. It is situated among the outlying hills of the Transylvanian Alps, at the head of a long well-wooded glen traversed by the river Târgului, a tributary of the Argeş.
Its pure air and fine scenery render Câmpulung a popular summer resort. In the city there are more than twenty churches, besides a monastery and a cathedral, which both claim to have been founded, in the 13th century by Radu Negru, legendary first Prince of Wallachia.)