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21. The New Roman Fortress

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Short Description: The new fortress of the Roman was a fortification made exclusively of stone, as opposed to the first fortress of the Roman, which was built of wood and earth. What is special about this fortress is the fact that it is located on a straight plane.

22. Gherla Fortress

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Short Description: Gherla Fortress or Martinuzzi Fortress dates from 1540, being built by the command of Bishop Gheorghe Martinuzzi. Initially it had a defense role, but later the emperor Joseph II turned it into a prison.

23. Cetatea Cuvin

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Short Description: In the tenth century, in Cuvin, the commune of Ghioroc existed the fortress Cuvin or the Citadel Chev, which belonged to the Glad voivodship.

24. Giurgiu Fortress

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Short Description: Giurgiu Fortress was built in the 14th century by a Genoese colony.

25. Ineu Fortress

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Short Description: Lost in the cards

26. Location Cucuteni Liveni

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Short Description: The culture was originally named after the village of Cucuteni in Iasi County

27. Mediaș Fortress

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Short Description: In the eighteenth century, the fortress of Mediaș was surrounded by high defense walls, it had 7 access gates, 19 towers.

28. Moldovenești Fortress

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Short Description: Moldovan Fortress is one of the oldest medieval settlements, dating from 1075.

29. Barajul Dacic

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Short Description: Lake Oaşa is a reservoir lake on the Sebes river, at the border of the Alba and Sibiu counties, in the Sureanu Mountains.

30. Dezna Fortress

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Short Description: The fortress dates from 1318, when it was part of the defense system of western Transylvania, especially after the fall of the Ineus in 1566 by the Turks.

31. Piatra Șoimului Fortress

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Short Description: The fortress of Piatra Șoimului in the village of Pisesti, the commune of Aleşd dates back to 1242. It was erected at the initiative of the judge Geregye Pal, who came from a noble family who had served the Hungarian crown during the Tatar invasion.

32. Castru Purcareni

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Short Description: The Roman fort in Pucăreni was mostly destroyed by the waters of the River Doamnei.

33. Râșnov Fortress

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Short Description: Cetate ridicata de cavalerii teutoni

34. Dacian fortress Sarmizegetusa Regia

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Short Description: The fortress Sarmizegetusa Regia is located in the village of Grădiștea de Munte, Orăștioara commune. At the foot of the hill was the civil settlement, above, the fortress and the sacred area.

35. Slatina Historical Center

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Short Description: In the historical center of Slatina we find the Albanian Athlete's Confectionery, the Communal Palace, which houses the City Hall, Vereș House, Police headquarters, Victoria Cinema and other old buildings.

36. Ciorii Fortress

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Short Description: The fortress of Ciorii or Varjúvár is a miniature castle, with a special architecture, made largely of stone, which belonged to the architect Károly Kós, built in a popular architectural style, made of stone and wood.

37. The Fortress of the Seat of Suceava

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Short Description: The seat fortress of Suceava is located on the eastern edge of Suceava and was erected during the reign of Petru Mușat, in the 14th century.

38. Neamț Fortress

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Short Description: Neamt Fortress is a medieval fortress that was part of the fortification system built at the end of the 14th century in Moldova. The fortress is located on Timus Rock on Culmea Pleșului, known as the Fortress Hill.

39. Timișoara Fortress

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Short Description: The fortress of Timișoara was initially a Roman fortress, then a fortress of avaricious land, mentioned in the 13th century for the first time. It was owned by Carol Robert de Anjou, Ioan de Hunedoara, Ottomans, Habsburgs.

40. Dacian fortress Sangidava

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Short Description: Sangidava Fortress, a leading settlement of the free Dacians in Transylvania, which would have existed during the state of Burebista, but later during the Roman rule was in Jigodin.