Although the Dobrogea region is rich in museums, unique architecture of housing in the area is being preserved since ancient times. However, tourists are available for visitors, Casa Panait Cerna, then enjoy traditional peasant households kept certain localities in Dobrogea.
Traditional household dobrogeană of Enisala
Cottage traditional household was well preserved site in the village Enisala Sarichioi town of Tulcea County, and is the synthesis of traditional architecture in northern Dobrogea from the early twentieth century.
Dobrogea specific dwellings are made of clay, stone, wood and reeds.
The architectural ensemble includes the house with pantry (storage) and some annexes, typical for a household in the area, such as stables, sheds, kitchen and oven, cote and fountain.
The facade and on the side street, the house has a porch with railing and pillars. On the back side (north) on almost the entire length of the house is pantry. This room was used as storage space.
Outside traditional household has colored ornaments, floral, geometric and zoomorphic very common in the traditional architecture of the area.
Enisala traditional household in the village belonged to a farmer named Joseph P. Dumitru and became a tourist attraction in 1971 after being restored.
The traditional architecture of Luncaviţa
Luncaviţa traditional household is evidence of the relationship between the environment and the occupations of the inhabitants, following the typology of households with a double courtyard closed: the cattle or animals and the cattle yard or yard.
The house is arranged facing north, and space to house livestock being delimited space for man.
Luncaviţa traditional house shows similar elements, and specific notes with other villages in the area north of the Danube, old models are still present with only two rooms, but also classical models with three rooms and verandah. Also still preserved in the village shop houses in the nineteenth century.
A particularly Luncaviţa architecture is printed decorativeness achieved fretted technique (wood) and ordered the fascia of the house.
Dobrogea specific architecture preserved in the village Jijila
Jijila commune includes villages and Garvan Jijila where the houses are lined up on the road and agro-pastoral households were impressive courtyards. Jijila is an important historic county map and also an old Romanian settlement in which there are many houses with specific architecture.