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Old December 30th, 2013, 08:30 PM   #101
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Oradea / Nagyvárad












I visited only one of the countless of the city's Baroque churches, as I didn't visit most of the main landmarks, like the City Hall, the Theatre etc, because of lack of time. In fact, what you see in these photos is a very small part of the city's amazing buildings and streets.









"Olosig" Catholic church built in 1743, the tower added in 1876. In 1903-1905 was rebuilt the nave. Olosig was Oradea's Italian neighborhood (in Hungarian, Váradolaszi means "Italian part of Oradea").
























The Premonstratensian Monastery might have existed in 1130, when this Catholic monastic order was present in the city. The present complex of buildings dates from 1760. Presently, in the buildings (except the church) functions the Mihai Eminescu College.
























Roman Ciorogariu Street

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Oradea / Nagyvárad













Ady Endre Museum. Ady Endre (1877-1919) was the first modern Hungarian poet.

























The Reformed Synagogue (1890), one of city's two main synagogues (the other being the Orthodox Synagogue).

In 1870, the Jewish community of Oradea split and the Reformed community built a monumental temple on Criș River's bank.

In 1944, the 27,000 Jews of Oradea (then for a short time under Hungarian fascist administration) have been deported to extermination camps where most of them perished.




























Vulturul Negru Palace - 1908






























The Fortress of Oradea.

In 11th century, King Ladislau I(1077-1095) built a fortified monastery on this place and later a Catholic bishopric inside the fortress. In 1192, as Ladislau I was consecrated as Saint by the pope, the fortress became a pilgrimage center. In 1370 was inaugurated an impressive cathedral. In 1401, the pope raises the cathedral at the same rank as the basilicas San Marco of Venice and Santa Maria Portiuncula of Assisi, thus, Oradea became one of the major pilgrimage centers in Europe. Between 12-15th centuries, seven kings and queens have been buried inside the cathedral.


Between 1569-1598 and 1618-1648 the inner fortress is rebuilt in its present form.

In 1660, after a 46 days siege when 850 defenders faced 45,000 Turks, the fortress is conquered as result of treason; Oradea becomes the seat of a pashalic for 32 years.


Between the inner (a barracks -looking circular structure) and outer (a stellate fortification) ring there is a wide ditch, now converted into a park.



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Old December 30th, 2013, 08:33 PM   #103
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The Baroque Complex is composed by the Episcopal Palace, the Catholic Cathedral and the Canon's Row. Is the most significant Baroque ensamble in Romania and one of the most important in Europe. It is situated outside of the historical part of Oradea.







Canon's Row - is a 250 m long building with 57 arches. Between 1758 -1780, 7 of the 10 buildings were finished, the remaining three being added in 1863 and 1875.
























The Episcopal Palace - built between 1762-1777, it was damaged in 1956 when Greek communist revolutionaries have been lodged here with their animals, children and families. Between 1971 and until recently, it housed the Museum of Crișana (the western province of Romania) and presently was returned to the Catholic Church and awaits restoration.




























The Catholic Cathedral was built between 1752-1780. Is the largest Baroque building in Romania: 70 x 30 m, with 61 m tall towers. In 1991 it was raised to the rank of a minor basilica, one of the four of its kind in Romania.



























Ștefan cel Mare Boulevard - connects the old city with the Baroque Complex and the main train station.

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Old December 30th, 2013, 08:38 PM   #104
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Fantastic thread. I especially am intrigued by the images of Transylvania.
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Old December 30th, 2013, 08:42 PM   #105
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Romania is very intriguing indeed. Quite wonderful and atmospheric. Fantastic colours.
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Defile of Jiu National Park











Some more photos from my 2012 trip. Third photo: Locurele Skete with a church from 1859.


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very nice photos from your trip. Romania is a beautiful country and its cities too.
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Târgoviște, 6th April 2016

SPRING AT PRINCELY COURT, TÂRGOVIȘTE





Târgoviște was Wallachia's capital in its heyday, between 1418–1659.
The Princely Court is a complex of buildings, some in ruins and some still functional.







View from Chindia Tower, Târgoviște by Classic Bucharest, on Flickr







Princely Church (1585), Târgoviște by Classic Bucharest, on Flickr









Princely Church (built in 1585, painted in 1698), Târgoviște by Classic Bucharest, on Flickr








Princely Court, Târgoviște by Classic Bucharest, on Flickr







Chindia Tower (15th-19th century), Târgoviște by Classic Bucharest, on Flickr









Chindia Tower (15th-19th century), Târgoviște by Classic Bucharest, on Flickr








Sfânta Vineri Church (1450), Târgoviște by Classic Bucharest, on Flickr
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Cozia Monastery and Olt River

COZIA MONASTERY AND OLT RIVER




Built in 1388, chapels at corners added in 1583 and 1710





Cozia Monastery by Carpathianland, on Flickr








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Izvoarele Nerei old-growth forest, Semenic Mountains National Park

IZVOARELE NEREI OLD-GROWTH FOREST, SEMENIC MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK





A national reserve, Izvoarele Nerei extend on 50 km˛ between the Semenic Plateau and the southern & eastern limits of the national park, along the southern ridge of Semenic Massif. Semenic Massif is the main massif of Semenic Mountains. From its top, that reaches 1,440 m, a tens of km panorama opens to the eyes in all directions, over the endless forests of Banat Mountains. Semenic Mountains extend on 1,180 km˛. Semenic - Caraș Gorges extend on 356 km˛ in both Semenic and Anina mountains.

The area of Izvoarele Nerei ("Nera River's Springs") is characterised by several tumultous rivers with deep, hard passable canyons that join together forming Nera River. Nergănița Stream, which appears in these photos, is a longer tributary of Nera and flows on east side of the southern ridge of Semenic Massif, while Nera flows on the west side. Beside the main streams, in Izvoarele Nerei Forest there are tens of relatively big creeks and thousands of brooks.

If on the badly marked touristic trail on top of the ridge few tourists ever go, on the bottom of the valleys even less. In some valleys, only administration personel may ever passed in years. The place is not known even for well informed mountaineers and nature lovers but recently some articles appeared online, because there is an initiative to make the forest an Unesco World Heritage site.

The forest is huge and if you get lost, you can wander for days or die, as happened with some people in last years, because the valleys resemble each other.

After a 40 km across the western part of Semenic Mountains in previous day (from Anina to Văliug, with reaching of several objectives), in the morning I climbed from Văliug - Crivaia Resort to the Semenic Plateau and from there I got on the touristic trail crossing the Izvoarele Nerei Forest. I walked for a while following the trail blaze on top of the main southern ridge then I lost the blaze and descended on the bottom of the valleys of several brooks. One of these brooks finally got me to Nergănița Stream. I walked along / through water for around 4 km downstream and at the nightfall I climbed the step slope of the eastern bank most of the night I wandered among the silluetes of the huge, 50 m tall, 1.5 m thick trees at the pale light of a head flashlight. In the morning, I decided to follow any valley downstream to a human settlement. It happened to be Flămânda Valley, on which I walked 30 km until the first village - Pârvova. It was afternoon and all three shops closed and I haven't eaten for 30 hours, while in previous two days I walked 40 + 40 km on mountains, Overall, I walked / climbed 120 km in three days.







Izvoarele Nerei old-growth forest, Semenic Mountains National Park, Romania by Carpathianland, on Flickr









Izvoarele Nerei old-growth forest, Semenic Mountains National Park, Romania by Carpathianland, on Flickr











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... continuing:





Nergănița Stream, Izvoarele Nerei old-growth forest, Semenic Mountains National Park, Romania by Carpathianland, on Flickr










Nergănița Stream, Izvoarele Nerei old-growth forest, Semenic Mountains National Park, Romania by Carpathianland, on Flickr








Nergănița Stream, Izvoarele Nerei old-growth forest, Semenic Mountains National Park, Romania by Carpathianland, on Flickr









Nergănița Stream, Izvoarele Nerei old-growth forest, Semenic Mountains National Park, Romania by Carpathianland, on Flickr









Nergănița Stream, Izvoarele Nerei old-growth forest, Semenic Mountains National Park, Romania by Carpathianland, on Flickr










Izvoarele Nerei old-growth forest, Semenic Mountains National Park, Romania by Carpathianland, on Flickr












Nergănița Stream, Izvoarele Nerei old-growth forest, Semenic Mountains National Park, Romania by Carpathianland, on Flickr










Nergănița Stream, Izvoarele Nerei old-growth forest, Semenic Mountains National Park, Romania by Carpathianland, on Flickr










Izvoarele Nerei old-growth forest, Semenic Mountains National Park, Romania by Carpathianland, on Flickr










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The movie of the trip:



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The only jungle railway in Europe: Anina - Oravița

THE ONLY JUNGLE RAILWAY: ANINA - ORAVIȚA




Built between 1860-1863 by the Austrian administration, is considered the finest railway in country. The 34 km track goes through the ancient forests of Anina Mountains, on a level difference of 340 m. There are 16 tunnels - the longest having 660 m - and 10 viaducts with a total lenght of 843 m. The authors of this magnificent trail: engineers Anton Rappos and Karl Dülnig; architects Karl Maniel, Johann Ludwig Dollhoff-Dier.






The only jungle railway in Europe: Oravița - Anina, Romania by Carpathianland, on Flickr

















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Fantastic landscapes, interesting architecture, great photos!
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Caraș Gorges, Anina Mountains

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CARAȘ GORGES, ANINA MOUNTAINS





19 km long and up to 200 m deep, the gorges are cut in a relatively low and flat limestone plateau by Caraș River, creating one of the finest canyons in Romania, with almost vertical walls covered in thick vegetation, on which no less than five hundreds caves are found. The gorges have a very meandrous course, with countless turns of the river on one or another side, as you can see on the map.
Caraș Gorges and surrounding area was declared a national reserve and together with Izvoarele Nerei primordial forest is one of the two main features of Semenic - Caraș Gorges National Park. Situated in Semenic and Anina Mountains, the specific of this park is the lush vegetation, the great biodiversity and high quality of primeval ecosystems. There have been identified 1,086 plant species and there is a rich & healthy population of carnivores: bear, fox, lynx, otter, marten, badger, wildcat, but also wild pigs, carpathian deer, deer, birds: golden eagle, peregrine falcon, common buzzard, red kite, white-throated dipper and northern goshawk.







Caraș Gorges, Anina Mountains, Romania by Carpathianland, on Flickr










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Oravița and Anina towns

ORAVIȚA AND ANINA TOWNS







Catholic church in Oravița / Deutsch-Orawitz / Oravicabánya, built by the German colonists (originary from Tirol) in 1722. A Romanian village for centuries, Oravița became a mining settlement in the first half of 18th century, one of the earliest industrial centers of Europe.





Catholic church in Oravița / Deutsch-Orawitz / Oravicabánya, Banat Province, Romania by Carpathianland, on Flickr












"Mihai Eminescu", oldest theater (1817) in Romania was built in 1816 and inaugurated in the presence of the Emperor of Austria Francisc I, and Empress Augusta Carolina, as a sign of special consideration given by the Austro-Hungarians to the development of the mining areas, both economically, and culturally. The theater is a smaller scale copy of the famous, now vanished ‘Burgtheatre’ in Vienna and was the first construction in Europe enlightened by acetylene lamps. The building is preserved in its original form with all elements, including the golden stucco decorations. The initiative to build the theatre belonged to Ion Niuni, an Aromanian (Balkan Vlach). At that time, Oravița was having a cosmopolitan population of colonists of German, Romanian (from Oltenia), Aromanian, Roma, Hungarian, Serbian and perhaps other origins brought here by the Austrian administration for the exploitation of mines.
In photo is seen the loggia used by the imperial family at 1817 inauguration as well as the stage where the 18 years old Mihai Eminescu (national poet of Romania) performed as prompter during an 1868 tour with a troup from Bucharest.







"Mihai Eminescu", oldest theater (1817) in Romania, Oravița, Banat Province by Carpathianland, on Flickr


















Anina - a distant view with the actual center of the locality and the industrial (mining) facilities, from the road toward Steierdorf.





Anina, Banat Province, Romania by Carpathianland, on Flickr












Steierdorf, the initial district of Anina. Founded in 1773 by colonists from Steiermark, Austria, Steierdorf is the original nucleus of Anina, situated at 5 km from present town's center. Steierdorf preserves an ensamble of historical buildings which together with the picturesque natural settings makes it one of the finest settlements in Banat. Presently, the population of Anina and the main institutions is concentrated in the area of the mines and Steierdorf remained as an isolated, rural locality.





Steierdorf, the initial district of Anina, Banat Province, Romania by Carpathianland, on Flickr
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