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41. The Roman fortress Turris

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Short Description: It is located on the left bank of the Danube, in the municipality of Turnu Magurele. The history of the fortress dates from the Roman period, from the time of Emperor Trajan. De Turris, important fortresses in the fighting with the Turks.

42. Unguraș Fortress

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Short Description: The Unguraș Fortress was built on the Fortress Hill after the Mongol invasion of 1241.

43. Dacian Fortress Arcidava

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Short Description: The Arcidava fortress was a civil settlement, located near the Roman road Lederata - Tibiscum, which developed around the Roman fort where Cohors I Vindelicorum was located.

44. Place Cucuteni Vornicei

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

45. The Dacian fortress Acmonia

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Short Description: The name of the Acmonia fortress is of Thracian-Dacian origin and was mentioned by Ptolemy in Gerographia. The name Agnaviae is mentioned in the Tabula Peutingeriana, and the name Agmonia is mentioned by the geographer from Ravenna.

46. Dacian fortress Aedeva

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Short Description: The fortress of Aedava, Aedeva, Aedava or Aedadeba was a Dacian settlement located south of the Danube, today in northern Bulgaria.

47. Dacian fortress Amutrium

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Short Description: Amutrium was a Dacian fortress near the Danube.

48. Dacian Fortress Aquae

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Short Description: The existence of Aquae was attested by the inscription "Genio Pagi Aquaensis", located on a stone in the altar of the church in Streisîngiorgiu. Aquae was a stopping point on the road that made the connection between Ulpia Traiana and Apulum.

49. Dacian Fortress Arcinna

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Short Description: The Dacian fortress was probably built in the Bronze Age, by arranging 8 terraces cut in the mountain, seven on the northern slope and one on the southern one.

50. Dacian Fortress Arcobadara

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Short Description: The Dacian fortress Arcobadara was mentioned by Ptolemy in his work Geographia.

51. Dacian Fortress Arutela

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Short Description: The Dacian fortress Arutela extended its existence under Roman rule. The Roman settlement Arutela was near Călimănești.

52. Dacian Fortress Cedoniae

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Short Description: Cedonia was on the Roman road that connects Romula, the capital of Dacia Malvensis, to Apulum, the capital of Dacia Apulensis. It is believed that this fortress was in the area of Gușterița neighborhood in Sibiu.

53. Dacian Fortress Cladova

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Short Description: The Dacian settlement dates from the IV / III AD, and its fortification from the 12th century. II BC In the 1st centuries AD. - I d.Hr. It was destroyed by a violent fire..

54. Fortress Diacum

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Short Description: Traces of the Roman camp Dierna were discovered in the area of ​​Orșova, which was raised to the rank of municipality in 193.

55. Dacian Fortress Dierna

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Short Description: In the area of the town were discovered the traces of the Roman settlement Dierna, which was elevated to the rank of municipality in 193.

56. Dacian Fortress Docidava

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Short Description: At the foot of Măgura hill, during the Dacian era, was the Dacidava Fortress, the area being inhabited by the free Dacians at that time.

57. Dacian Fortress Genucla

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Short Description: Genucla was a Gothic fortress, located on the banks of the Danube or on an island on the Danube. It was the capital of the king get Zyraxes.

58. Cetatea dacica Gildova

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Short Description: The Dacian fortress Gildova was also known as Gildoba or Gildava.

59. Dacian Fortress Giridava

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Short Description: Giridava was a Dacian city, located in Moesia, in northern modern Bulgaria. It was also called Giridaua or Geridava. and under the name of Gildoba or Gildava.

60. Dacian Fortress Helis

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Short Description: Helis has represented in the ancient times of history a true commercial center. The Geto population - if inside the city Helis made numerous trade on the river Ialomiţa .