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DEJ - ROMANIA. Dej is a city in northwestern Romania, 60 km north of Cluj-Napoca, in Cluj County. Dej. city`s steam. High School "Alexandru Papiu Ilarian". The town Hall. House of Culture. Big park. Little park. Hotel "Somes". Heroes Monument. Town square at night. Romania. Flag.

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city`s steam Cluj-Napoca, in Cluj County


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High School "Alexandru Papiu Ilarian" Cluj-Napoca, in Cluj County


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The town Hall Cluj-Napoca, in Cluj County


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House of Culture Cluj-Napoca, in Cluj County


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Big park Cluj-Napoca, in Cluj County


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Little park Cluj-Napoca, in Cluj County


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Hotel "Somes" Cluj-Napoca, in Cluj County


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Heroes Monument Cluj-Napoca, in Cluj County


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Town square at night Cluj-Napoca, in Cluj County


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Romania Cluj-Napoca, in Cluj County


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Flag Cluj-Napoca, in Cluj County


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Coat of Arms Cluj-Napoca, in Cluj County


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  • Romania Cluj-Napoca, in Cluj County is a country located in Southeastern and Central Europe, North of the Balkan Peninsula, on the Lower Danube, with in and outside the Carpathian arch, bordering on the Black Sea


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  • Romania destinations such as Cluj-Napoca, in Cluj CountyMangalia, Saturn, Venus, Neptun, Olimp, Constanta and Mamaia (sometimes called the Romanian Riviera) are among the most popular attraction during summer. During winter, the skiing resorts along the Valea Prahovei and Poiana Braşov are popular with foreign visitors. For their medieval atmosphere and castles, Transylvanian cities such as Sibiu, Braşov, Sighişoara, Cluj-Napoca, Târgu Mureş have become important touristic attractions for foreigners. Rural tourism focused on folklore and traditions, has become an important alternative recently, and is targeted to promote such sites as Bran and its Dracula's Castle, the Painted churches of Northern Moldavia, the Wooden churches of Maramureş, or the Merry Cemetery in Maramureş County. Other major natural attractions in Romania such as Danube Delta, Iron Gates (Danube Gorge), Scărişoara Cave and several other caves in the Apuseni Mountains have yet to receive great attention.


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Bran Castle Cluj-Napoca, in Cluj County



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Glacial lakes with in Retezat National Park Cluj-Napoca, in Cluj County


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Pelicans in the Danube Delta Cluj-Napoca, in Cluj County


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Palace of the Parliament Cluj-Napoca, in Cluj County


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Sports Cluj-Napoca, in Cluj County

  • Romanian gymnastics has had a large number of successes – for which the country became known worldwide. In the 1976 Summer Olympics, the gymnast Nadia Comăneci became the first gymnast ever to score a perfect ten. She also won three gold medals, one silver and one bronze, all at the age of fifteen. Her success continued in the 1980 Summer Olympics, where she was awarded two gold medals and two silver medals.


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  • Football (soccer) Cluj-Napoca, in Cluj County is by far the most popular sport in Romania. The governing body is the Romanian Football Federation, which belongs to UEFA. The top division of the Romanian Professional Football League attracted an average of 5417 spectators per game in the 2006–07 season. At international level, the Romanian National Football Team has taken part 7 times in the Football World Cup, and it had the most successful period throughout the 1990s, when during the 1994 World Cup in the United States, Romania reached the quarter-finals and was ranked by FIFA on the 6th place. The core player of this "Golden Generation"[197] and perhaps the best known Romanian player internationally is Gheorghe Hagi (nicknamed the Maradona of the Carpathians).[198] Famous currently active players are Adrian Mutu and Cristian Chivu. The most famous football club is Steaua Bucureşti, who in 1986 became the first Eastern European club ever to win the prestigious European Champions Cup title, and who played the final again in 1989. Another successful Romanian team Dinamo Bucureşti played a semifinal in the European Champions Cup in 1984 and a Cup Winners Cup semifinal in the 1990. Other important Romanian football clubs are Rapid Bucureşti, CFR 1907 Cluj-Napoca and FC Universitatea Craiova.


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