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Red Hotel

Address: Str. Valeriu Bologa, Nr 3
 






 


Red Hotel Cluj is a ensemble of apartments with a hotel management, classified at 4 stars, which combines the subtle artistry of comfort and relaxation, the wide range of facilities that we have for our clients.


We are good at what we do, in the hotel management and we are in a continuous expansion and development of out staff, through a wide range of skills they have learned during our 5 years of experience.


Our staff goal is to create the perfect cure and remove any garment by combining typical luxury hotel in the hospitality and discretion with professionalism developed in the 5 years of life.


 

Adjustable heat and Air Conditioning, Daily Cleaning, Kitchen, Fitness, Washing and Ironing, LCD HD TV (130 channels MOVIE), Free WiFi,

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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Square Museum

Museum Square - Cluj Napoca

The square was transformed into a pedestrian zone, where during summer terraces are opened and where they organize events, especially in the Matthias Corvinus House.
The Market has a medieval air due to its paved street and old buildings which surrounds it. Theb Museum Square represents for many a place of tranquility in the bustle of the city.

Museum Square was named after History Museum of Transylvania which is in its end.

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Village Museum in Cluj Napoca

Village Museum in Cluj Napoca

The locals called it "Village Museum", the National Ethnographic Park "Romulus Vuia" is located near one of the largest and richest forests of Cluj, Hoia, continuation that starts with Citadel Hill in downtown Cluj.


Ethnographic Park "Romulus Vuia" in Cluj, is the first open-air ethnographic museum in Romania and the sixth in Europe, is part of the Ethnographic Museum.

The museum can be visited from Tuesday - Sunday (Monday closed) between the hours: 9.00 - 17.00 (last entry 16.00)

History of the Village Museum:

National Ethnographic Park "Romulus Vuia" was founded in 1929 and is named after the first director and founder, Professor Romulus Vuia. Located in the Hoia forrest in Cluj-Napoca, the park is divided into two thematic areas: "Technical installations and workshops" (30 technical installations and 6 case-workshop) and "regional types of households and monuments of folk architecture" (12 households complete peasant from different ethnographic regions of Transylvania).

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Museum of Art - Palace Banffy

Museum of Art - Palace Banffy - Cluj Napoca

Art Museum located in the building Banffy Palace in the old center of Cluj Napoca, in Union Square at no. 30, between the Melody hotel building and Twin Buildings on Maniu street corner.
It was founded in 1951 and since 1956 works in Bánffy Palace, the largest baroque building in Cluj-Napoca. The building was built as the residence of the governor of Transylvania - György Bánffy in the period 1774 - 1785 based on the plans of architect JE Blaumann. Stone architectural decoration was completed with a series of great sculptures in terms of art, made by Anton Schuchbauer.


Art Museum of Cluj Napoca is open


- Wednesday to Sunday from 10.00 - 17.00
- Monday and Tuesday public access is prohibited (the museum is closed)


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