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1. 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.

2. 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.

3. 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.

4. 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.

5. Ardud Fotress

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Short Description: It was built in 1481 by Bartolomeu Dragffy, at that time the future voivode of Transylvania. After about 200 years it came into the possession of Prince Francis Rakoczi II, the one who led the Courts' Rally against Habsburg domination.

6. Cetatea Capruta

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Short Description: The Capra Fortress was erected around 1470 by the Abramffy family.

7. Chioarului Fortress

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Short Description: he fortress of Chioarului, dating from 1319, belonged to the Gutkelec family, and in 1718 it was destroyed by the Austrians.

8. The fortress of Snail

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9. Vapa Fortress

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Short Description: The Vapa fortress is located on the right bank of the Olt, near the town of Bixad. It was built in the 14th century as a shelter for the population in this area.

10. Fortress of Bufnitelor

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Short Description: The owl fortress is a mix of high peaks of rock formations, rock walls and steep slopes.

11. Cetatea Bucurestiului

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Short Description: The fortress of Bucharest was erected in the period 1884-1900, having as its role the defense of the country's capital, in case of danger. The Belgian general Henri Alexis Brialmont is the one who designed the construction, which was completed in 10

12. Bulci Fortress

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Short Description: The fortress of Bulci was mentioned in 1551, as a fortification, which may show that it was to be restored, but it was not realized.

13. Crăciuna Fotresss

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Short Description: The Christmas fortress dates from the XIII-XV centuries, being conquered and fortified by the ruler Stephen the Great after 1482.

14. Ciacova Fortress

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Short Description: The Ciacova fortress was built near an old river of the Timiş river. There were only traces of defense ditches and the dungeon tower.

15. Ciceu Fortress

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Short Description: The medieval citadel of Ciceu was built at the end of the 13th century on a volcanic hill, it was in the possession of Stephen the Great with his sons, Petru Rares took refuge here in 1538.

16. Ziridava 2

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Short Description: n Cladova, in the county of Arad, numerous stamped Roman bricks were discovered. It is believed that here was the Dacian fortress Ziridava.

17. Urban Settlement Cucuteni

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Short Description: Most settlements of this civilization, which occupy a large area from northern Moldavia to Bessarabia and Ukraine, lie on the territory of Botosani County.

18. Cetatea Dabaca

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Short Description: Dăbâca Fortress was a royal fortress of Dăbâca County. It has been erected in several stages since the 9th century. It was destroyed at the invasion of the Tartars in 1241 then rebuilt. It is assumed that it was the residence of the local leader Gelu

19. Location Cucuteni Draguseni

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Short Description: The culture was originally named after the village of Cucuteni in Iasi County. In 1884, Teodor T. Burada saw ceramic fragments in the gravel used to keep the road from Târgu Frumos to Iaşi and investigated the Cucuteni career.

20. The Dacian fortress Aizis

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Short Description: Aizis was a Dacian city, located near the Ruieni Hill, Fârliug, Caraș-Severin county.