Mehedinţi County is located in the south-west part of Romania, in the southeastern Oltenia region, on the left bank of the Danube river, at the exit of the gorge. This region attracts many visitors thanks to its numerous historical monuments, archaeological remains, medieval churches, and memorial houses. The county will surprise you with its unique nature and beautiful landscapes and with great number of folklore festivals and annual celebrations. The area of the Danube Gorge is a spectacular natural landscape along the entire river, which reveals magnificent views of the river and the steep rocks rising above it. One of the most impressive monuments here is the statue of the leader of the Dacians – Decebalus, representing the highest rock sculpture in Europe.