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History Museum

Ethnographic Park Romulus Vuia

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Adel
Adel
January 29, 2020
Heritage museum featuring an indoor pavilion & an outdoor park with traditional houses & structures. A great place to spend half of the day in the nature!
Apartmentrentals
Apartmentrentals
January 29, 2020
A great way to spend half a day in the nature.
Calin
Calin
October 17, 2019
Tiny little glimpse of the ancient Transylvanian villages.
Andrei & Anca
Andrei & Anca
July 21, 2019
Different types of Romanian houses and wooden churches
Sunny Pad
Sunny Pad
February 16, 2019
First open-air museum in Romania, founded in the 1930ies, featuring a number of traditional households and wooden churches, complete with indoor traditional furniture. Charming park on the outskirts of Cluj. Favorite spot for wedding photos and insta-fans. Check their website to make sure it opens…

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Park
“"Cetatuia" is a hill beneth it beeing a fortress. The view over the city is very beautifull 🙂”
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Park
“The central park of the city and the home of the untold festival. Walking distance 13-15 minutes.”
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Park
“The garden is over 14 hectares in area, with over 10,000 plants from throughout the world. It is divided into ornamental, phytogeographic (geobotanical), systematic (taxonomical), economic, and medicinal sections. Romanian flora and vegetation are represented by plants from the Transylvanian plains, the Carpathian Mountains, Banat, etc. Among the Botanical Garden's interesting attractions are the Japanese Garden (a garden in Japanese style, with a brook and a Japanese-style house), the Roman Garden with archeological remains from the Roman colony of Napoca, among them a statue of Ceres, goddess of cereals and bread, alongside cultivated plants that dominate contemporary Romanian agriculture. Jablonovszki Elemér[1] was its head gardener for 45 years.”
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Stadium
“ Cluj Arena is a multi-use stadium in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. It was ready as of October 2011 and is to be ranked as an UEFA Elite Stadium (Category 4). The stadium is the new home ground of FC Universitatea Cluj.[4] The owner, Cluj County Council, and the Government of Romania paid about €45,000,000 for the new stadium, which is able to hold 30,000 people. The stadium is composed of 4 two-tier covered stands and a new running track. The seats are grey coloured, with different nuances depending on their position. The building is located next to the Polyvalent Hall.”
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Alışveriş Merkezi
“Vivo is big mall with a wide variety of stores , including clothes, electornics , restaurants , phone stands etc.. Very crowded on sunday, so it might be better to visit during the week.”
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Konum
Cluj-Napoca, CJ
Telefon+40 264 586 776
Çalışma saatleri durumuKapalı · Açılış saati Thursday 10:00 AM
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