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1. Tulipanul gigant

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2. Rakoczi's oak

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3. Sequaia

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4. Giant Lime

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Short Description: The lime tree from Bârnova is around 670 years old. He witnessed foreign invasions such as the robbery of the Tartars in 1513 and the incursion of the Poles in 1686. In its vicinity there were over time wooden churches.

5. Bornis Dragomiresti Secular Oak

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6. Buzau Secular Oak

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7. The oldest living tree in Transylvania

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Short Description: The tea which has its roots under the building of the Saint John's chapel is considered to be the oldest living tree in Transylvania.

8. Fago-Molidul de Retezat

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9. Ulm of Capeni

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10. The Urias Tree

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Short Description: The Christmas Tree is on the road that connects the Cibinului and Păltiniş Gorges, and the access road to the fir tree is marked and signaled . The forest is about 40 m tall and it takes about 8 people to contain the trunk.

11. Tatar Tail

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Short Description: The lime that held the bell tower when the church was burned.

12. Sequaia Dealu Mare

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13. The Oak of Merchesa

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Short Description: One of the oldest oak in Romania, 900-1000 years old

14. Sequaia

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15. The king's oak from Pecica

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16. Stejar de balta din Posmus

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Short Description: Oak has over 600 years, 25 m and 7 m in circumference.

17. Lonely Oak

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18. Tree on the Lord's Hill

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19. Ady's lime

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20. The huge oaks in Taietura

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