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03

Jul
2019
Sighisoara
Posted by: cao_GB /280
The origins of Sighisoara date back to Roman era. During the first century AD, the Dacians (the ancient inhabitants of the territory of modern Romania, which eventually develop into the Romanian people) they built a fortification called Sandava. Under the Roman administration it was known as Castrum Stenarum. In the 12 th century the Transylvanian […]
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03

Jul
2019
Cluj-Napoca- the heart of Transylvania
Posted by: cao_GB /140
This western city of the Transylvanian region originates in the Dacian settlement of Napuca in the 2nd century AD. After taking over Dacia by the Romans, it was renamed Napoca, and in 124 AD. has received the rank of “municipium”. The city has rapidly advanced socially and economically, and during the reign of Marcus Aurelius […]
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03

Jul
2019
ABOUT TRANSYLVANIA … beyond the forests
Posted by: cao_GB /150
Transylvania is the historical region in the center of Romania and comprises 10 counties: Alba, Bistrita-Nasaud, Brasov, Cluj, Covasna, Harghita, Hunedoara, Mures, Salaj and Sibiu. The notion of Transylvania has two distinct meanings. The first refers in a restrictive sense only to the inter-Carpathian region, and the second meaning of the name refers, by extension, […]
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