Iglesia Reformada Calvinista- Izvorul Crisului

Biserica Reformat – Calvină Izvorul Crișului

La chiesa riformata-calvinista d’Izvorul Crișului, situata in un’area ricca di storia della contea di Cluj, è stata documentata nel XIV secolo. Fa parte del gruppo delle imponenti chiese di Paese Călata, una zona che rappresenta la culla di tradizioni popolari secolari.

La chiesa è costruita in pietra ed è cinta da un muro risalente al XIV secolo. Qui troviamo importanti elementi dell’architettura, che per la loro bellezza mantengono viva la storia di questi luoghi. Il campanile, il soffitto a cassettoni dipinti in policromia, l’organo, i tessuti con motivi particolari, illustrano le tradizioni e gli usi della comunità.

Nel patrimonio della chiesa è presente un tappeto turco di inestimabile valore, donato alla chiesa nel 1754 da un locale. Questo tappeto gli fu donato dal principe György Rakóczi II, in segno di gratitudine per il suo aiuto nel curare le ferite del principe, dopo una battaglia.

Museo La Casa de la Abuela

Muzeul Căsuța Bunicii

Correos: Pueblo Răcătău, Commune de Măguri Răcătău 

Telefon: (004) 0759-192.642

Web: https://www.facebook.com/casuta.bunicii.98

Horario: Sábado: 10:00-17:00, Domingo: 13:00-18:00

La historia de este museo comienza con la pasión de un estudiante de Cluj, que por amor a las tradiciones y a la vestimenta tradicional, logró cumplir su sueño de mantener viva la memoria de sus abuelos, conservando los objetos antiguos dejados por ellos.

El museo «La casa de la abuela» se abrió inicialmente en la casa de la abuela del estudiante, pero, al estar en un área de difícil acceso para los visitantes y con el apoyo de las autoridades, los objetos se trasladaron a un espacio en el centro del pueblo de Răcătău, Măguri Răcătău. Quien llega aquí puede admirar objetos auténticos, recogidos con mucho esfuerzo e implicación: platos, toallas, servilletas, trajes típicos, bolsos, objetos tradicionales utilizados para tejer, cojines decorativos con motivos tradicionales y muchos otros objetos que ilustran los viejos tiempos.

“Cuando abrí por la primera vez el museo al público, sentí una sensación de alegría y plenitud al saber que algo hermoso había salido de mis manos, un pequeño museo que deleitaría y aliviaría el anhelo infantil de muchos visitantes”. -Tudor Mihai

 

Las Montañas de Gilau

  • Ladera izquierda de Tarnița (marca de franja azul, duración 5-7 horas, longitud 14 km, dificultad media);

  • Circuito Piatra Corbilor (marca de punto amarillo, duración 2-3 horas, longitud 4 km, grado de dificultad bajo);

  • Circuito La Piedra de Lucaci (marca de punto rojo, duración 4-5 horas, longitud 10,5 km, grado de dificultad media);

  • Mărișel (Rusești) – Desfiladero Someș Cald – Dâlboaca – Mărișel (Rusești) (señalización con doble punto rojo, duración 2-3 horas, longitud 6 km, grado de dificultad bajo);

  • Circuito Mărișel (Iglesia) – Mirador (Belvedere) – Trei Pâraie – Mărișel (Iglesia) (marca de punto amarillo, duración ~ 2 horas, longitud 5 km, grado de dificultad baja).

Făgetul Clujului – Feleac

  • Pico Peana – Las Casas de Micești (marca de franja amarilla, duración 30 minutos, longitud 2 km, grado de dificultad bajo);

  • Mănăștur – Râtul Popii – Râtul Penii – Pico Peana (marca de cruz azul, duración ~ 3 horas, longitud 8,5 km, grado de dificultad bajo);

  • El Pozo de Sant Juan (Izvor Sf. Ioan) – Pico Peana (marca de cruz roja, duración ~ 2 horas, longitud 5,3 km, grado de dificultad bajo);

  • El Pozo de Sant Juan (Izvor Sf. Ioan) – Mirador (Belvedere) – Râtul Penii (marca de triángulo rojo, duración ~ 2 horas, longitud 5,2 km, grado de dificultad bajo);

  • Camping Făget – El Pozo Bilașcu (Fântâna Bilașcu) – Pico Peana (marca de banda azul, duración ~ 2 horas, longitud 6,5 km, grado de dificultad bajo);

  • Mănăștur – Cabo Dealului (marca de franja amarilla, duración 30 minutos, longitud 2 km, grado de dificultad bajo);

Montañas Trascaului

cheile Turzii
  • Cluj – Napoca – Tureni (marca de banda roja, duración 7 – 8 horas, longitud 23 km, grado de dificultad alta)

  • Tureni – Gargantas de Turzii– Moldovenești (marca de banda roja, duración 8-9 horas, longitud 21 km, grado de dificultad alta);

  • Moldovenești – Colmillos Trascău (marca de banda roja, duración 4-5 horas, longitud 10 km, grado de dificultad bajo);

  • Cabana Buru – Colmillos Corbului – La boca Jigău (marca de franja azul, duración 1,30-2 horas, longitud 3 km, dificultad baja);

  • Gargantas de Turzii – El Corriente Arinei – Cornești (marca de banda amarilla, duración 3-4 horas, longitud 9 km, grado de dificultad bajo);

  • Turda – El Camino de los Caballeros – Gargantas de Turzii – Petreștii de Jos (marca de banda amarilla, duración 3: 30-4: 30 horas, longitud 11 km, grado de dificultad baja);

  • Circuito Gargantas de Tureni (marca de punto azul, duración 2-3 horas, longitud 5 km, grado de dificultad bajo);

  • Circuito de las Gargantas de Borzești (marca de punto rojo, duración 1-1.30 horas, longitud 2 km, grado de dificultad bajo);

  • Circuito de las Gargantas de Turzii (marca de punto rojo, duración 4-5 horas, longitud 8 km, grado de dificultad media);

  • Tureni – Gargantas de Turenilor – La Fuente de los Rumanos – Vapa – Gargantas de Turzii (marca de triángulo azul, duración 3-5 horas, longitud 9 km, grado de dificultad baja/media);

  • Gargantas de Turzii– Ciuma Goală – Cascada Ciucaș – Cornești (marcado con triángulo amarillo, duración 3-4 horas, longitud 8 km, dificultad baja);

  • Gargantas de Turzii – Gura Jigăului – Gargantas de Borzești – Chalet Buru (marca de triángulo rojo, duración 4-5 horas, longitud 10 km, grado de dificultad baja).

Macizo Vladeasa

Lacul Dragan
  • Base de rescate de Vlădeasa – Estación meteorológica – Pico de Vlădeasa – Piedras Blancas – Colina Petrieni – Base de rescate de Vlădeasa (marca de punto rojo, duración 5 horas, longitud 13 km, nivel de dificultad medio)

  • Base de rescate Vlădeasa – Cresta Vlădeasa – Pico Plaiului – Colina Prislopu – Pico Poiana Mica – Valle Zarnii – Lago Floroiu (Drăgan) – Represa Drăgan (marca de triángulo azul, duración 5 horas, longitud 15 km, grado de dificultad media)

  • Valle Draganului – Tranişu – Dealul Mincii – Piatra Bănişorului – Pico Teşiturilor – Colina Stânişoara – Base de rescate Vlădeasa (marca de cruz azul, duración 6 horas, longitud 12 km, grado de dificultad medio)

  • Valle de Răchiţele – Pico Cuciulat – Valle de Firea – Doda Pilii – Base de rescate de Doda Pilii (marca de cruz amarilla, duración 3 horas, longitud 7 km, grado de dificultad bajo)

  • Punto de rescate de montaña Răchiţele – Valle Stanciului – Ponorul de Valea Seacă – Chalet Vlădeasa – Iglesia de Frăsinenilor – Valle de Cetăţii – Pico Lespezi – Punto de rescate de montaña Răchiţele (marca de punto azul, duración 12 horas, longitud 32 km, alto grado de dificultad)

  • Negreni – Pico Păltiniș – Bucea – Negreni (marca de punto rojo, duración 6 horas, longitud 19 km, dificultad media)

  • Negreni – Pico Merișorului – Pico Măgura Mare – Bucea – Negreni (marca de punto azul, duración 12 horas, longitud 26 km, grado de dificultad media)

  • Negreni – Pico Comului (marca de triángulo amarillo, duración 3-4 horas, longitud 6 km, grado de dificultad)

  • Negreni – Pico Păltiniș (marca de triángulo rojo, duración 3 horas, longitud 3 km, grado de dificultad)

  • Base de rescate de montaña Doda Pilii – Molhașuri – Valle Someșului Cald – Base de rescate de montaña Doda Pilii (marca de punto amarillo, duración 1 hora, nivel de dificultad leve);

  • Cueva de Alunului – Valle de Alunul Mic – El Claro de Onceasa (marca de cruz azul, duración 3 horas, grado de dificultad);

  • Cascada de Vălul Miresei – Cueva de Șușman-Cascada de Vălul Miresei (marca de cruz azul, duración de 1 a 2 horas, grado de dificultad medio);

  • Claro de Lespezi – Pico de Lespezi – Cueva pequeña de Lespezi – Valle de Stanciului (marca de cruz roja, duración 1-2 horas, dificultad media);

  • Valle Seacă -Cresta las Piedras Blancas – Claro Stânișoara – Valle Seaca (marca de punto amarillo, duración 2-3 horas, nivel de dificultad medio)

  • Cueva de agua de Valea Firii – Cueva de Humpleu – Cueva de Șura Mare – El Claro de Mărului – El Claro de Vârtop – El Glaciar de Vârtop – Codo Firii (marca de triángulo amarillo, duración 6 horas, grado de dificultad difícil);

Arkhai Sculpture Park

Parcul de Sculpturi Arkhai

Address: Main Street, no. 442, Vlaha

E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]

Phone: (004) 0751 – 016.692; (004) 0722 – 230.407

Web: www.arkhaisculpturepark.ro

Schedule: Saturday–Sunday: 10:00 – 20:00

Arkhai Sculpture Park was built by sculptor Ernő Bartha, a nationally and internationally recognized artist. Its construction began in 2008 and has been in continuous development ever since. The park is unique due to the monumental size hay sculptures it hosts. The works and the remodeling of the land were made in 3 years, with stones brought from Leghia and Vişta and rocks from Valea Ierii.

The first construction was the stone fence which does not divide, but defines, showing that here begins another world, different from the life we live in.

The Bacchus Sanctuary (50 m²) is located on the right side of the park, on the facade is a sculpture, carved in 2012, after a relic of Bacchus from the Roman Age, found in Dobrogea. The central figure is Bacchus, then, in the upper right side is the Thracian Horseman, and in the lower part is the Fruit Pan. On the left are the nymphs, dancing. In front of the cellar is the summer pavilion (60 m²) and a traditional beehive oven.

Also, we can find a 100-year-old oak house, brought from Maramureș, which has a traditional beehive oven inside.

The park officially opened its doors in 2014, and has hosted ever since numerous events, such as: concerts, outdoor movie screenings, creative camps and workshops, programs for children and youth (horseback riding, textile workshops, ceramics, theater, etc.).

Visiting this open-air museum is possible only by making an appointment in advance.

Science Factory – Museum of Illusions, Turda

Fabrica de Știință Muzeul Iluziilor, Turda

Address: Romană Square, no. 17-19, Turda

Phone: (004) 0740-365.699

E-mail: [email protected]

Web: www.facebook.com/muzeuliluziiloroptice

Schedule: Saturday – Sunday: 10:00 – 17:00

The Museum of Science and Optical Illusions is the latest project of the Pluto Astronomical Association, following the same educational line that can be found at the Mobile Planetarium or the Museum of Mobile Illusions.

Being a permanent location with a generous space of 700sqm, the volunteers of the Pluto Astronomical Association managed to build the only maze of mirrors in Transylvania, the longest Vortex tunnel, a huge Ames room, an UpSideDown room, teaching holograms, a virtual sand box and many other exhibits that combine science and optical illusions. The guides are supported by the well-known «astronomical storytellers» from the Mobile Planetarium, Dan Coltea and Adi Filpisan shows.

At the same time, there are live experiments that complete the school curriculum, being a real support for students, teachers and parents.

The location of the museum is an unconventional one, the former Turda Brewery, currently a historical monument. In the arrangement of the museum, an attempt was made to preserve and enhance the building, the resulting space being one in which the brick together with wood and metal helps build an authentic industrial atmosphere, but at the same time full of warmth and hospitality.

The Monumental Ensemble from Tăușeni

Ansamblul monumental de la Tăușeni

Address: Tăușeni village, Bonțida commune

The idea of creating this concept started in 1994, with the launch of a project competition for Contemporary Art. The ensemble “Signs to the sky for rain and rainbow” in the actual form, was created over the years, starting from the arrangement of the space destined for the monumental complex, to the placement of the component “signs” in their final form.

Located on a hill in the native village of the author Alexandru Chira, the monumental ensemble originally entitled «Installation for remembrance, for suggesting rain and rainbow», delights our eyes with 18 different pieces. To find out the meaning of each piece, to enter the author’s mind and understand the idea of creating each work, you can access the link www.alexandruchira.ro/ansamblul-monumental.

If we made you curious, do not hesitate to visit the open-air museum, where you can admire all the exhibits that are part of this project. It is located in the Tăușeni village, Bonțida commune, about 40 km from Cluj – Napoca. The entrance is free of charge, and when climbing, visitors will be greeted by a message from the author: “Remember, when climbing this hill bring with you a cup or a cup of spring water, empty it into the Mirror Fountain. The water of the spring will meet the water of heaven and together – the depths of the earth and the sky – will give birth to the ladder of the rainbow, of the last ascension ”….

Muzeon – Jewish History Museum, Cluj-Napoca

Muzeon – Muzeu de istorie a evreilor, Cluj-Napoca

Address: Virgil Fulicea Street, no. 3, Cluj – Napoca

E-mail: [email protected]

Phone: (004) 0364-100.472, (004) 0364-153.654

Web: www.muzeon.ro

Schedule: Tuesday – Sunday: 10:00 – 18:00

Muzeon is an innovative and interactive museum that tells the story of the Jewish community in Cluj, Romania. As you get there, you will realize that you are not stepping into a traditional museum, but into a space focused on the experience of personal, real, lived life stories, rather than on exhibits. During your visit to the museum, you will be able to listen to the personal story of a person who lived in the last century, as if he were there, next to you and who will accompany you throughout the route.

The stories you will hear from them have been reconstructed on the basis of archive materials and performed by professional actors. You can listen to them in the language that is most comfortable or dearest to them: Romanian, English or Hungarian. In addition to the audio guide, which enlivens the experience, the museum has, in addition to numerous interactive exhibits and Virtual Reality glasses. You will learn a lot about Jewish customs and traditions, about the impact of the Jewish community on local culture and how important historical events (told in chronological order) were felt and experienced by the three guides.