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61. Dacian Fortress Itadeba

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Short Description: The Dacian fortress Itadeba was a Dacian city, on the territory of the fortress with an unknown name near Burgaraca.

62. Dacian Fortress Malva

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Short Description: The Malva Fortress was an old Dacian settlement, which was on the Teslui valley, near the right bank of the Olt.

63. Fortress Napoca

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Short Description: Ptolemy, the Greek geographer named Napuca as one of the most important localities in Dacia.

64. Dacian fortress Rusidava

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Short Description: The Roman settlement Rusidava was built on the site of a Dacian settlement.

65. Dacian fortress Setidava

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Short Description: Setidava was the place of origin of the Costoboci tribe who ruled areas in Poland, possessing areas in what is now Poland, since the 19th century. 170 AD

66. The Dacian fortress Tibiscum

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Short Description: Tibiscum was a Dacian settlement, near Caransebeș, on the territory of Jupa.

67. Dacian fortress Zisnedeva

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Short Description: Zisnedeva was a Dacian settlement. It was known as Zisnudeva or Zisnudeba.

68. Dacian fortress Zurobara

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Short Description: Zurobara was discovered 25 km from Timisoara, outside Unip village.

69. The fortress on the Șprenghi hill

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Short Description: The fortress on the Șprenghi hill in Brasov dates back to the second half of the 13th century, was destroyed in the invasion of the Tartars in 1335, rebuilt a century later.

70. Felnac Fortress

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Short Description: Felnac Fortress was built in the 14th century, but was demolished in 1699.

71. The beautiful fortress

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Short Description: The beautiful citadel was a fortress of wood and earth built during the reign of Mircea cel Bătrân.

72. Frumuseni Fortress

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Short Description: It may be that the fortress was located on the "Schanzberg" hill, located to the northwest of the village, where you can clearly distinguish the ancient ditches, which were guarding a square construction of earth, beams and stone.

73. Lipova Fortress

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Short Description: It was erected by a family of nobles at the end of the 13th century. It changed several masters over time, becoming after 1315, royal domain.

74. Nadab Fortress

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Short Description: The fortress of Nadab, mentioned in 1481, belonged to the Nadaby family. It was on the right bank of the White Crișul,

75. Nadlac Fortress

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Short Description: The fortress of Nădlac existed in 1192, but was destroyed by the Tatars in 1241.

76. Pancota Fortress

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Short Description: Pâncota fortress is a Turkish fortress with an outer wall, located in the east of Pâncota city in Arad county.

77. Șimand Fortress

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Short Description: The fortress of Șimand belonged to the domain of the Gyula fortress. It was a gift to John Corvin. It was destroyed in 1514, during the peasant war led by Gheorghe Doja.

78. Tomis Fortress

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Short Description: Tomis Fortress, today the city of Constanta, was founded 2500 years ago by Greek sailors and merchants from Miletus.

79. The fortress Varadia de Mures

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Short Description: The medieval fortress Vărădia de Mureș appears in documents in 1479. It was large enough to house dwellings inside it, and its center was fortified with palisades.

80. Zarand Fortress

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Short Description: The footprints of the Zărandului Fortress can be seen on the place called Chereptel and it is assumed that on the place of this fortress there was one of the land that would have belonged to the Menumorut Voidodate.