Red boots complete her costume, the general appearance of which proclaims her a walachian.
He entered the walachian army in 1838, and visited Paris in 1841 for purposes of study.
In 1659 it was again burned by the walachian prince Mircea, and for the time the Turks were expelled, but afterwards returned.
It is said that this and a subsequent shock were both predicted by a walachian almanac maker.
Besides these, there are two walachian frontier regiments, and a third part of the Szekler hussars is formed from this nation.
Then she mentioned the walachian, who ought by now to find time hanging heavy on his hands in the bedroom.
The walachian is short in stature, but of a compact muscular frame of body.
A distinct walachian style developed, and schools emerged in Bucharest and other cities.
The most notable achievements of the walachian school are the interior frescoes of the Hurez Monastery.
The town is of little commercial importance, but the vineyards on the neighbouring hills produce some of the best walachian wines.