The Archaeology Park is situated in the yard of the Orthodox Cathedral.
It contains a lot of ruins of stone walls, from the 6th century BC until the 6th century AC
The ruins were discovered in the time period 1971-1974, and it represents a millennium of the Tomis fortification history and of the Constanta City.
The Park is situated on the Ferdinand Boulevard.
It was made in the year 1963.
Here, there are the 600 metres long walls of the ancient fortress, and many ceramic pieces, and other ancient historic vestiges.
This is a big attraction for the many tourists that come here, to visit the old city and to see with their own eyes the enduring attestations of the history.
The Park lies between the Summer Garden Tomis and the edifice of the Municipal Library.
B-dul Mamaia, nr. 255, Constanta, Romania
The Dolphinarium in Constanta was founded in the year 1972, and is a great attraction for the many tourists that come here, but especially for the children.
It is placed on the Mamaia Boulevard, not far from the entrance into the Mamaia station.
In the Delphinarium, there are a inside pool of 4,5 metres deep.
The water of the pool is from the Black Sea.
There is also an open air pool, for the summer season.
The star of today, the dolphin named Mark make the artistic program, for the visitors of the Dolphinarium.
The statue of Ovidiu is placed in the Ovidiu Square, at the front of the History Museum of Constanta.
The Roman poet Publius Ovidius Naso, lived in exile on the shore of the Bleak Sea, in the Tomis fortress, since the year 8 AD.
He lived here for nine years, and died in Tomis, in the year 17 ad.
Here, he had written many of his poems; for example Tristia, Epistulae ex Ponto.
The statue was made in the year 1887, by the Italian sculptor Ettore Ferrari.
The stone pedestal is 2, 68 m high and the bronze statue is 2, 60 m high.
A copy of this monument was made in the year 1925 in Sulmona, Ovidiu’s home town.
The Monument of Victory placed in the Archaeological Park of Constanta, was discovered in the year 1968, and is the creation of the sculptor Boris Caragea.
The bronze monument is 7,3 m high and its rock-solid pedestal is 2,8 m high.
The statue represents a woman with an oak branch in her hand, symbol of freedom, liberty and victory.
This is the victorious motherland.
On the bas-relief of the monument there are some war scenes from the Romanian soldiers’ fights for the liberty of the country.
This statue is placed on the shore of the Black Sea, near of the Casino Constanta, in front of the first gate of the Constanta Harbour.
Anghel Saligny was an engineer that has built many important edifices in Dobrogea.
He was the constructor of the Constanta Harbour and of the Cernavoda Bridge.
The bronze statue is the creation of the sculptor Oscar Han, and it was made in the year 1957.
In the year 1965 the statue was discovered on the shore of the sea.
The statue of Vasile Parvan is placed at the entrance gate into the Archaeological Park of Constanta, on the Ferdinand Boulevard.
The monument was discovered in 1957, in honour of the great archaeologist and historians Vasile Parvan.
It is a creation of the sculptor Ion Irimescu.
The name of Vasile Parvan is connected with the most important archaeological discovers of Constanta and Dobrogea.
He lived in the time period 1882-1927, and he played an important role in the historical life of Romania.
This statuary ensemble is a creation of the sculptor Corneliu Mendrea, and it represents a group of fishers that bring the full fish net on the shore.
The statue was placed on the shore of the Black Sea, near the Casino, in the year 1960.
The statue of Mihai Eminescu is the creation of the sculptor Oscar Han, and it was placed on the shore of the Black Sea, in the year 1934.
On the pedestal of the monument there is the statue of an antique woman.
The statue was placed on the shore of the sea, because this was the last wish of the poet, to be put in the ground on the coast of the sea.
This was not possible, but his statue is there, with the face at the blue sea.
This statue is placed on the shore of the Black Sea, near the hotel Perla.
For me, this statue has a special importance.
My deceased father showed me this statue as I was five years, and he explicated to me that the name of the station comes from this mother with child.
I don't know whether this explanation is right, but for me, it is an unforgettable memory.
Unfortunately, I am no more five, and my father is not here, to answer to my questions.
If you drive ~45minutes north of Constanta, and follow the coast line, you will eventually come to Cetatea Histria. Its hard to go much further since the road ends.
This is an ancient site of the Roman capital of the region. It was a vital hub of agriculture, trade and patrol of the the Black Sea.
Its not huge, but definately not crowded. You can walk around and see everything in ~1.5hrs.
Of course if you come in summer in Constanta is not good for you to miss the beach but in winter if you come you'll have to avoid it becouse of the wind,but if the weather permit it you can go there is nice and lonely.
The Ovidiu’s statue, placed in the Ovidiu Square since 1887, is for many people, the rendezvous place.
By night, the monument is spectacular illuminated and has a special grandeur.
This monument was built, as commemorative plaque for the Romanian sailors, whose grave is the sea.
It is placed on the shore of the Black Sea, not far from the Casino.
the majority of the tourists are enchanted by the mamaia's beach or by the 'modern beach'. still there are also some nice beaches in the city's line that are worth mentioning ;)