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ⓘ Cluj-Napoca, until 1974 Cluj, is the third biggest city in Romania, and is the capital city of Cluj County, in the north-western part of Transylvania. Bucharest ..




Cluj-Napoca
                                     

ⓘ Cluj-Napoca

Cluj-Napoca, until 1974 Cluj, is the third biggest city in Romania, and is the capital city of Cluj County, in the north-western part of Transylvania. Bucharest is about 330 kilometers away from Cluj-Napoca. About 330.000 people live in the city. It also has some famous universities and a rich history as the capital city of Transylvania.

In the west of Cluj-Napoca is the Hoia-Baciu Forest. There is a bicycle park and other sport activities like paintball, airsoft or archery.

                                     

1. Other websites

  • A virtual guide into the history,culture and sightseeing of Cluj-Napoca,the city in the heart of Transylvania, Romania English
  • Cluj-Napoca Hotels
  • Virtual trip of Cluj-Napoca Archived 2005-11-20 at the Wayback Machine
  • Events in Cluj-Napoca Romanian
  • Website of Cluj-Napoca Romanian
  • Hungarian website of Kolozsvar Archived 2019-05-09 at the Wayback Machine
  • Mobile webcam offering a good panorama over Cluj-Napoca
                                     
  • Cluj is a county judet of Romania, in Transylvania. The capital of Cluj County is Cluj - Napoca About 755, 000 people live in Cluj County. Cluj County
  • Club CFR 1907 Cluj CFR stands for Caile Ferate Romane, meaning Romanian Railways is a Romanian association football club from Cluj - Napoca in Transylvania
  • 2008 - February 2012. Now he is Mayor of Cluj - Napoca He finished The University of History and Philosophy Cluj and Law School. Romania PM Emil Boc resigns
  • 1942 is a Romanian gymnastics coach. He was born in Kolozsvar now Cluj - Napoca At the time it was part of Hungary. He helped coach several gymnasts
  • Bishop of Cluj - Gherla. Crihalmeanu died on 12 January 2021 of COVID - 19 in Cluj - Napoca Romania at the age of 61. in Romanian PS Florentin Crihalmeanu at
  • heavy and light industry in the major regional industrial centres of Cluj - Napoca Oradea, Baia Mare, Bistrita, Satu Mare and Zalau. There are also several
  • Romanian professional footballer. He played as a striker. He was born in Cluj - Napoca Romania. In January 2013, he joined VfL Osnabruck. He scored two goals
  • de Gabriel Marcel in Romanian Homepage of Romanian Writer s Union, Cluj - Napoca in Hungarian Homepage of Hungarian Scientific Academy This short article
  • north and south by the Carpathian Mountains. Transylvania s main city, Cluj - Napoca is seen as the region s informal capital. But Transylvania was also
  • to become a weightlifting coach. Tașnadi died on 28 February 2018 in Cluj Napoca at the age of 65. Ștefan Tașnadi. Romanian Olympic Committee John Nauright