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1. Bran castle

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Short Description: The Bran Castle, a historical and architectural monument, is located in Bran-Rucar Pass, 30 kilometers from Brasov. The fortress, probably made of wood, was raised by the Teutonic Knights between 1211-1225, being assigned to Theodorikus.

2. A wooden church

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Short Description: The wooden church dedicated to "Saint Nicholas" in Cetăţeaua, Vâlcea county was built in 1792.

3. Castle from the Fortress of Balta

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Short Description: The Bethlen-Haller, castle in the Fortress of Balta dates from the end of the century. XVI - the first half of the century. XVII. It has a typical Renaissance plan, rectangular, without inner courtyard, with 5 covered towers.

4. Ladislau Fortress

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Short Description: The fortress of Ladislau was a fortification with defense role, dating from the 14th century. The fortress bears the name of St. Ladislaus of Hungary. Until 1435, the fortress was entrusted to the Teutonic knights.

5. Vityal Castle

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Short Description: The ruins of Vityal fortress, a citadel erected during the 14th-16th centuries, from Eremitu locality, Mureș County can be seen by those interested together with the wooden Orthodox Church, dating from the 18th century and the Roman-Catholic Church.

6. Cetatea Veche Roman

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7. Salasu de Sus noble court

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8. Royal Palace (ruins)

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9. Andreas Beuchel House

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Short Description: Andreas Beuchel's house in Bistrita dates back to the 18th-19th centuries. Andreas Beuchel, a member of a wealthy family of Bistrita, became a notary, sworn in town council, the mayor of Bistrita, beheaded in 1531.

10. Bastionul Croitorilor

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Short Description: It is one of the few fortification towers that were part of the Old Fortress of Cluj and which has remained intact until nowadays. It was funded by the Tailors' Guild.

11. The clock tower

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Short Description: The legend says that the clock in the tower is never behind, so tourists visiting the Fortress fix their clocks after the hour of the tower clock.

12. Semirotund Bastion

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Short Description: Colectia de sageti otravitoare

13. Tabla Butii Fortres

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Short Description: The Tabla Butii Fortress is located 220 m from the Crucea Mandii peak, near the Heroes Monument of the First World War. The fortress, which had the shape of an irregular quadrilateral, is today a ruin.

14. Agrisu Mare Fortress

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15. Agrisul Mare Fortress

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Short Description: Cetatea Egregh a fost construită între 1356 și 1375 de către Andrei Kolcsei, comite de Zărand și Bekeș.

16. Aiud Fortress

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Short Description: Aiud's fortress dates back to the 13th-16th centuries.

17. Alba Carolina Fortress

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Short Description: The bastion fortification of Alba Iulia is the largest fortress in Romania, whose foundation stone was laid in 1715, and the construction was completed in 1738.

18. Dezso Fortress

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Short Description: Dezső fortress was named after its 13th century owner, Borsa Dezső.

19. Cetatea Ceala

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Short Description: The Ceara citadel, mentioned in documents from 1486, had a rectangular shape, but all that was left of its defensive system is the wave of the earth and the ditch of defense.

20. Arad Fortress

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Short Description: The fortress of Arad was built in the second half of the eighteenth century, being considered as one of the most impressive military fortifications of the respective times.