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Delaf

Address: str. Progresului nr. 18, Cluj Napoca
 






Delaf Hotel in Cluj Napoca offers its customers 62 3-star accommodation in comfortable rooms with double beds and suites each with a unique design and modern.

The rooms are equipped with minibar, telephone, shower, cable TV, internet access.
Locating:
Delaf Hotel in Cluj Napoca is in carteierul Marasti close to Iulus Mall, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, University "Dimitrie Cantemir" and Expo Transylvania in Cluj.
Free services offered by Hotel Delaf:

Internet
Guarded parking at night
taxi
tourist information
Train Ticket
flight booking
Ticket clubs, museums
Doctor on call
Storage room

Paid services

Laundry
secretariat
car rental
hairdresser / barber
hygiene items
room service
meeting room rental
telephone
TARIFE
TIP CAMERA PERSOANE       TARIF       TARIF WEEKEND
Single *** 1 150150 LEI 150150 LEI
Double *** 2 181181 LEI 181181 LEI
Triple Room *** 3 308308 LEI 308308 LEI
Apartament 2 rooms 2 260260 LEI 260260 LEI
Afiseaza tarifele in: LEI USD EUR

Avram Iancu Monument

Avram Iancu monument Cluj-Napoca, Romania


The Avram Iancu Monument is located in the center of the square with the same name. On one side and the other is the Orthodox Cathedral and National Theater "Lucian Blaga" with the Romanian Opera.

Around the statue was built a beautiful fountain which jets of water moves on melodic lines and different colors.
The sculpture which is found today in Avram Iancu Square was created by sculptor Elias Berindei.

Full article: Monument Avram Iancu – ClujTravel.com

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National Theatre Cluj Napoca, Romania

National Theatre Cluj Napoca, Romania

The National Theatre Cluj is the leading theater in Transylvania and among the largest in the country. It was built between 1904-1906, its purpose being at the time to host the first theater of Cluj. The theater was inaugurated in 1906 by a representative of the Hungarian Theatre. The building was built in Baroque-Rococo style, and its capacity was one thousand and three rows of balcony seats. In 1919 the theater entered in the heritage of Roman Ruling Council. The same year he had his first show in romanian language in the building of the National Theatre in Cluj, on Romania's national day. In 1940 the theater took refuge in Timisoara, due Vienna Dictate.

There he remained until 1945, when he returned to Cluj led by Aurel Buteanu. The hall has a capacity of 928, which is designed in the style of Neo-Baroque. The Romanian Opera and the The '' Lucian Blaga '' National Theatre are hosted this time by the National Theatre building. Every two years the National Theatre Gala takes place here.


Address: No. 24 Stefan cel Mare Square
Contact:
Phone: 0264592826
E-mail: contact@teatrul-lucian-blaga.ro
Official Site: www.teatrulnationalcluj.ro

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Museums in Cluj Napoca

The Ethnographic Museum - Str. Memorandum 21.
It was founded on June 16, 1922, one of the main museums of our country. The museum has a collection of over 65,000 pieces. Exhibits are organized strictly in a modern design, offering visitors a realistic depiction of material and spiritual culture of the population of Transylvania. In this building took place between 1894-1895 the famous Trial Memorandum, which were written in all European newspapers of the time.



NATIONAL MUSEUM OF HISTORY OF TRANSYLVANIA - Ctin Daicoviciu Street 2
It was founded on November 23, 1859, composed of a rich heritage of 336.130 pieces depicting the history of Transylvania. Here is presented a metallic object found in Aiud in 1973, whose age has been established as minimum 3000 years.



MUSEUM Emil Isac - Str. Emil Isac
It was founded in 1955, a year after his death. Located on the street that bears his name, the museum works in the house inhabited by Isaac family since 1895. The museum includes three rooms. First exposed documents on the life and work of the poet, the second being dedicated to his father Dr. Aurel Isac, lawyer, is the room of the poet, preserved exactly. In this room is an impressive library with about 1700 books in different languages, many of them autographed by the authors

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Square Mihai Viteazu

Michael the Brave Square

Michael the Brave Square held before the name of Széchenyi tér. In 1918 in was named after the Romanian ruler, and later in his honor was erected an impressive statue.

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