Daia and the Daphne cneorum flower


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Daia 537341, Romania

About

The daughters of a great lord, Klára, Dála and Ramócsa, married young shepherds. Today, the place where Dala setled is called Daia. A flower, named after the third daughter - Ramócsa’s flower (Daphne cneorum) grows at Dârju.

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