5 Sights in Turda, Romania (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Turda, Romania. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Turda, Romania.

1. Biserica Ortodoxă Turda Veche, a Răteștilor

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Biserica Ortodoxă Turda Veche, a Răteștilor

The Church of the Ducks in Turda, dedicated to "The Assumption of the Virgin Mary", is a church built through the effort of the Greek-Catholic archpriest Basiliu Raţiu in 1839. The works were financed by the Raţiu family, one of the prominent Romanian families from Turda. The name of the church evokes the family of the founders Raţiu. Currently, the place of worship is still not returned to the United Romanian Church, being owned, since 1948, by an Orthodox parish.

Wikipedia: Biserica Rățeștilor din Turda (RO)

2. Biserica Reformată-cetate

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Biserica Reformată-cetate

The Reformed Church of Turda-Veche is the oldest place of worship in Turda, founded before 1331. Originally it was the church of an Augustinian monastery, next to which a school functioned. The founder of the settlement, dedicated to Saint Mary, was King Carol Robert of Anjou. The sanctuary is located in the center of the city, in the vicinity of the Princely Palace of Turda.

Wikipedia: Biserica Reformată-Calvină din Turda-Veche (RO)

3. Salina Turda

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Salina Turda is a salt mine in the Durgău-Valea Sărată area of Turda, the second largest city in Cluj County, northwest Transylvania. Opened for tourists in 1992, the Salina Turda mine was visited by about 618,000 Romanian and foreign tourists in 2017.

Wikipedia: Salina Turda (EN), Website

4. Sinagoga din Turda

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Sinagoga din Turda

The Synagogue from Turda was a place of Orthodox mosaic cult (non -reformed) in the municipality of Turda, located on Mihai Eminescu street no. 24-28. It was built between 1921-1926. Currently, due to lack of believers, it is non -functional.

Wikipedia: Sinagoga din Turda (RO)

5. Biserica Reformată

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Biserica Reformată

The Calvinist-Reformed Church in Turda, Poiana district, built in the fifteenth century, is included on the list of historical monuments in Cluj County, elaborated by the Ministry of Culture of Romania in 2015.

Wikipedia: Biserica reformată-calvină din Turda-Poiana (RO)


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