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  2. History of Cluj-Napoca - Wikipedia

    The history of Cluj-Napoca covers the time from the Roman conquest of Dacia, when a Roman settlement named Napoca existed on the location of the later city, through the founding of Cluj and its flourishing as the main cultural and religious center in the historical province of Transylvania, until its modern existence as a city, the seat of Cluj County in north-western Romania.

  3. Cluj-Napoca - Wikipedia

    Cluj-Napoca ( Romanian: [ˈkluʒ naˈpoka] ( listen) ), or simply Cluj ( Hungarian: Kolozsvár [ˈkoloʒvaːr] ( listen), German: Klausenburg ), is the second-most populous city in Romania. [7] It is the seat of Cluj County in the northwestern part of the country. Geographically, it is roughly equidistant from Bucharest (445 kilometres (277 ...

  4. Cluj County - Wikipedia

    Cluj County lies in the northwestern half of the country, between parallels 47°28' in north and 46°24' in south, meridians 23°39' in west and 24°13' in east, respectively. It covers an area of 6,674 km 2 unfolded in the contact zone of three representative natural units: Apuseni Mountains, Someș Plateau and Transylvanian Plain. Cluj County ...

  5. Cornești, Cluj - Wikipediaști,_Cluj

    It is located in the central-north part of the county, at a distance of 28 km (17 mi) from Gherla and 45 km (28 mi) from the county seat, Cluj-Napoca. Cornești borders the following communes: Bobâlna to the north, Dăbâca and Panticeu to the west, Iclod to the south, and Aluniș to the east. Demographics. According to the census from 2002

  6. Cluj International Airport - Wikipedia

    Avram Iancu Cluj International Airport [4] ( IATA: CLJ, ICAO: LRCL) is an airport serving the city of Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Initially known as Someșeni Airport, it is located 9 km (5.6 mi) east of the city centre, in the Someșeni area, which is now within the Cluj-Napoca city limits. [2] The airport is named in honour of Romanian ...

  7. Mihai Viteazu, Cluj - Wikipedia,_Cluj

    Mihai Viteazu (archaic: Sânmihaiu; Hungarian: Szentmihály; German: Michelsdorf) is a commune in Cluj County, Transylvania, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Cheia ( Mészkő ), Cornești ( Sinfalva ), and Mihai Viteazu. Mihai Viteazu village, which is named after the medieval ruler Michael the Brave ( Romanian: Mihai Viteazu), was ...

  8. Apahida - Wikipedia

    Apahida is an important road junction in Cluj County, as it links Cluj County with Mureș County, through DN16. It also provides quick access (approximately 20 minutes) from Cluj-Napoca to Băile Cojocna, famous for its salt waters and their curing properties.