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1. Japanese watchtower

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Short Description: The Japanese pavilion is a building where it used to sing the fanfare during the interwar period

2. The furnace from Govajdia

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Short Description: The first continuous flow furnace in Europe (the second in the world) to be built between 1806 and 1810.

3. Wooden bridges covered

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4. Tunelul celor 365 de Sfinti

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Short Description: Unicul tunel in care sunt pictati 365 de sfinti din calendarul ortodox.

5. Hrubé Botosani

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6. Hrubele Brailei

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7. Falansterul de la Scaieni

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8. Covered Staircase

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9. Career Travertine

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Short Description: It is the most important travertine deposit in the country

10. Haita de pe Bistrita

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Short Description: The concrete barrier, now with the disappearance of the abandoned Bistrita plank, a vestige of industrial archeology.

11. Grohot Natural Bridge

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12. The mystery of the rectangular stone

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13. Pietrele scrise ale lui Pata

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Short Description: Muzeul Megalitiilor unic in Romania

14. The Marne plane tree

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15. The dumb witness

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16. Muntele Verde

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Short Description: Unic in Europa

17. The plane tree on the road

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18. Step Gutai

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Short Description: It is found in the Gutai Mountains; connection between Baia Mare Depression and Maramures Depression; the Baia Mare-Mara-Sighetul Marmatiei highway;

19. Androchelu, the missing village

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Short Description: In the Middle Ages, the village would disappear mysteriously, as if swallowed by the earth.

20. The Great Bell from Ciumani

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Short Description: The old bell can also be seen today in the parish garden.