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  Transylvania | Travel To Romania
The city is situated in Arad county in western Romania, a couple of tens of kilometres east of Romania's border with Hungary.
Almost half the surface of the county is occupied by the Gutai, Tibles and Rodna Mountains with its tallest peak Pietrosul (2303 m).
Sibiu, home to 170000 people and known in German as Hermannstadt, is the capital of Sibiu county and one of the most important Romanian cities.
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 SIBIU The Official Internet Site
Sibiu remains for centuries the cultural capital of Transylvania.
Surrounding Sibiu are a number of lovely villages with historic fortified churches...
Sibiu is a vibrant city which offers plenty of opportunities to spend your time out...
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 The Old Town Hostel Sibiu :: Transylvania Dracula County :: Romania :: Christmas Accommodation in Transylvania :: New ...
The hostel is located in the heart of the historical centre, in Piata Mica ("Little Square"), the oldest and most romantic of Sibiu squares, in a 450 year old building with Renaissance style arcades, at the first floor above the Pharmacy Museum.
The historical centre of Sibiu is an important example of medieval architecture in the Central and East European context, both in wideness (about 80 ha) and the richness and complexity of urban shapes; it preserves unique characteristics of Transylvanian architecture.
All of Sibiu’s amenities (museums, the historical centre with its narrow crooked alleys and venerable old houses) as well as the best restaurants and pubs are at a stone’s throw from our hostel.
www.hostelsibiu.ro   (320 words)

  
  locr - locate your photos
Sibiu (si"biw, German: "Hermannstadt"; Hungarian: "Nagyszeben") is a city in Transylvania, Romania with a population of about 155,000.
Sibiu International Airport or Aeroportul International Sibiu serves the historic city of Sibiu; it is located in southern Transylvania, about 360 km northwest of Romania"s capital city, Bucharest.
Sadu (Cód) is a commune in Sibiu County, Transylvania, Romania, at the foothills of the...
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 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sibiu's climate is temperate-continental with average temperatures of 8 to 9° C. The multi-annual average of rainfall is 662 l/mp, and there are about 120 days of hard frost annually.
Common opinion in the 17th century ascribed Sibiu the quality of being the easternmost city to be part of the European sphere; it was also the eastern terminus of postal routes.
Sibiu is one of the most prosperous cities of Romania, and also receives one of the highest rates of foreign investment in the country.
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 Sibiu County at AllExperts
Sibiu (; Hungarian: Szeben) is a county (judeţ) of Romania, in the historical region Transylvania, with the capital city Sibiu.
Sibiu County has one of the most dynamical economies in Romania, being one of the regions with the highest level of foreign investment.
The biggest natural resource in the county is natural gas, especially in the north side, having one of the largest sources in the country.
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 Sibiu County   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sibiu is a county (judeţ;) in the center of Romania, in Transylvania region, with the capital city Sibiu (population: 170,038).
The south side of the county, closer to the mountains was mainly inhabited by Romanians (Mărginimea Sibiului), and the north side of the country - the Transylvania Plateau was inhabited evenly by Germans and Romanians, but most German villages are now deserted.
Sibiu County has one of the most dynamical economies in Romania, being one of the regions with the highest level of foreign investment.
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 Eurostat
Sibiu, as documented in 1192-1196, became administrative and politic centre of the shire in a bull emitted by Pope Celentin III.
Concerning the telephone network with direct access to the international network, Sibiu County is located in the 2nd place in the country (after Bucharest), by the number of the private subscribers per 1 000 inhabitants.
In 2000, the average age of the county's population was 36.0 years, 1.2 years less than the average age of the population from the whole country.
forum.europa.eu.int /irc/dsis/regportraits/info/data/en/ro076_geo.htm   (1396 words)

  
 SIBIU County   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sibiu county is situated in the centre of Romania at the crossroads of the commercial routes between the East and the West, between the Balkans and Central Europe.
Waterways are evenly distributed all over the county and include rivers, of which the main ones are: the Olt, the Tarnava, the Cibin and the Hartibaci, natural lakes — glacial and salted, and artificial for fishery, irrigations, hydropower, storage and recreation.
The abundant natural patrimony of Sibiu county is represented by six natural preserves of high scientific and recreational value: the Bottomless Lake at Ocna Sibiului, the limestone at Cisnadioara, the Eocene limestone at Turnu Rosu, the steppe preserve at Valea Sarba, the alpine gulf and lake Balea, Iezerele Cindrelului (Cindrel alpine lakes).
www.clubromania.ro /romania/counties/sibiu/index.htm   (908 words)

  
 Romania Travel   (Site not responding. Last check: )
3: Atel, Sibiu County — A Gothic church from the second half of the 14th century surrounded by a peasant fortress with an oval precinct and towers.
19: Mosna, Sibiu County — The church was built in a late Gothic style (1480-1486) by the master Andreas from Sibiu.
25: Sighisoara, Mures County — The church from the hill (1345-1515) is a Gothic construction hall-type, combined with a Romanic vault.
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 Visit Transilvania
Situated in the south-west of Transylvania, Sibiu County, together with Brasov County, is the most representative as far as the historical vestiges and the natural landscape are concerned.
The Medieval Fortress of Sibiu as large as the Fortress in Vienna at a certain time, is the greatest medieval monument in Transylvania, consisting of walls, fortifications and towers which remained intact after the two World Wars, still preserving the spirit and the atmosphere of the long ago.
Sibiu, the capital city of the Sibiu County, 272 km far from Bucharest is set on the foundations of an ancient establishment permanently inhabited since the Stone Age.
www.visittransilvania.ro /show_atractions.php?language=english&district=Sibiu   (877 words)

  
 Sibiu   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sibiu (German: Hermannstadt),(Hungarian: Nagyszeben) is a city in Transylvania, Romania with a population of 170,000.
The city is built near the Roman city of Caedonia, that was probably deserted at the beginning of the Dark ages, after the Roman withdrawal.
As of approximately 2002, Sibiu's has a population of about 170,000.
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 University of Sibiu
Sibiu remains for centuries one of the most important cultural and social center of Romania.
Sibiu is regarded as one of the most beautiful and best-preserved historic cities in Romania and Europe, possessing an architectural heritage stretching on over 80 hectares.
Sibiu County boasts a great variety of natural resources, including important sights for tourists, as well as a rich ethno-folkloric heritage.
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 Sibiu
Sibiu is a county residence; Daco-Roman settlement; documentary attestation from the 13th century.
Sibiu is located in central Romania in the Southern part of the Transylvanian plateau, 170 miles northwest from Bucharest.
Medieval Sibiu was the site of a fortress built in the 13th century, which was destroyed by the Tartars in 1241, rebuilt a century later, and three times assaulted by the Turks during 1400's.
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 Sibiu Budget Romania accommodation in Romania tourism ANTREC
Sibiu County Few Romanian cities are as pleasant as Sibiu.
The city has two easily walkable levels: the ?upper town?, which contains most of Sibiu?s historic sights, and the ?lower town?, which is a charming area filled with old houses and cobbled squares.
The city of Sibiu is surrounded by a number of charming villages with fortified churches and brightly colored houses.
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 Sibiu County - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Administrative map of Romania with Sibiu county highlighted
Copşa Mică;, a city in the county, is regarded as one of the most polluted communities in Europe, mostly due to its carbon fl and chemical industries.
This county has a total area of 5,432 km².
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 Sibiu, Romania, Pictures
Sibiu is of Roman origin, having been founded as the colony of Cibinium.
The subsequent history of Sibiu is merged with that of Transylvania.
In 1940 Sibiu was included in the territory of Northern Transylvania ceded to Hungary by Romania.
www.greatestcities.com /Europe/Romania/Sibiu_Nagyszeben_Hermannstadt_city.html   (231 words)

  
 Technology in Romania
Sibiu County employee Maria Lalu uses technology to help residents access assistance.
And the county council now has access to that data, which means they can more easily analyze social services figures and develop budgets.
This project is the result of a collaborative effort between AED’s dot-ORG project, the Sibiu County Council (local government), one of Romania’s leading software developers, Sobis, and the Peace Corps.
www.aed.org /TechnologyApplications/techinromania.cfm   (571 words)

  
 Romania Travel   (Site not responding. Last check: )
16: Ighisul Nou, Sibiu County — A strengthened church, placed in the middle of the village and surrounded by a defensive precinct in the 16th century.
18: Miercurea Sibiului, Sibiu County — In the beginning Romanic, the church was transformed in accordance with the Baroque style with a strengthened oval precinct with fire pipes and devices meant to deflect the melted tar
23: Viscri, Sibiu County — The fortress church dominates a peak from the edge of the village.
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 Welcome to the SIBIU County!
The town of Sibiu is documentary attested at the middle of the 12th century.
In 1376 Sibiu known as an important town among other towns in Europe, having 25 handicrafts organized in 19 guilds (corporations) - in Ulm there were only 17 guilds, in Augsburg 15 guilds, in Colonia 22 and in Strassbourg 25 guilds.
The urban evolution of Sibiu bears the stamp of Viennese baroque style but also of the new and modern aehitecture.
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 Sibiu - Agnita Railway
Years of hard work have been rewarded yesterday, when the Sibiu Culture Department announced in a press conference that the Sibiu-Agnita Railway, along with the branch line to Vurpar and the station buildings and bridges from the Agnita-Sighisoara section is now officially declared a historical monument.
The Sighisoara - Sibiu Local Railways Company (SCFL) as it was then known, began construction from Sighisoara, which was then in Hungary, in 1895, and despite delays caused by severe flooding, had reached the 48km to Agnita by the end of 1898.
What remained of the 388, 389 and 399 series were taken to the Sibiu museum and to Brasov, while at the end of the 1990s two fortunate Resita locomotives (764.155 and 764.205) were restored for tourist trains, which have yet to materialise.
www.sibiuagnitarailway.com   (1691 words)

  
 Sibiu
Tepes signed an agreement with Sibiu Municipality, in order to support each other against the Ottomans (1456).
Even if they had many diputes, in 1475 Tepes ask the inhabitants of Sibiu to allow him to build a house in Sibiu.Probably, he was even thinking to move in that town.
Sibiu preserves since those times the Old Citty Hall, and Thomas Altemberger (1470-1491) House with an residence tower and valuable Gothic frames.
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 F&P Sibiu County
This variety of relief, and temperate climate make possible to be snow in the mountain localities 5-6 monthes per year, and turned, this county into a place of a special tourist attraction for both Romanian and foreign tourists.
In Sibiu, the capital city of this county, there are a lot of points of tourist interest and museums.
Sibiu was one of the towns of Luther's reform: here great humanist Nicolae Olahus lived for a long time.
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 Sibiu County - Definition, explanation
Sibiu is a Romanian county (Judeţ;) in the Transylvania region, with the capital city at Sibiu (population: 170,038).
Copşa Mică;, a city in the county, is regarded as one of the most polluted communities in Europe, mostly due to its carbon fl and chemical industries.
This county has a total area of 5,432 km².
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/s/si/sibiu_county.php   (97 words)

  
 Hotel and guesthouse reservation in Sibiu
The Guesthouse Cioran is a nice pension near Sibiu situated in Rasinari, an agroturistic area with a beautiful mountain panorama and warm people.
The Hotel Pension Mai is situated 16 Km far from Sibiu, on the way to the ski resort Paltinis, in a wonderful panorama, having all the facilities at a high level.
The guesthouse Dornrosehen is situated near the Castle in Biertan, a place lost in the middle of the mountains breathing a medieval atmosphere.
www.ciaoromania.com /hotel_sibiu.html   (172 words)

  
 Travel Guide Romania - Sibiu County
The Evangelic church dedicated to Saint Michael is mentioned in a document dated 1223 (November 20), which donated the church to the Cistercian monastery of Carta.
The Slimnic commune was attested in documents dating from 1282 and shelters one of the most important tourist attractions in Sibiu county: the peasants’ fortress which was built before the 15th century.
The church of the fortress was built on a hill in the commune, where the ruins of a feudal fortress can still be seen.
www.travelguide-romania.ro /county.php?lang=en&id=48   (688 words)

  
 Mediaş, Sibiu, natural, located, glass, County, Category - Mediaş
It is located in the heart of Transylvania, on the valley of Târnava Mare river in the Sibiu County.
It is the second industrial center after Sibiu in the couty, being an important centre for automotive components production, glass production (the biggest industrial glass producer in Romania) and electrical ecomponents production.
Also, the area is the biggest natural gas production area in Romania and in Mediaş lies the headquarters of the Romgaz the national gas xploatation enterprise and also Distrigaz Nord the natural gas distribuitor for the north side of the country.
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Starting point towards the village of Breaza (18km), from where the path to the Urlea chalet starts; it is the closest settlement to the east part of the Fagaras Mountains.
Village from the Brasov county, situated on the national road no.1 and on the Brasov - Sibiu railway.
Situated in the Sibiu county, in the west of the Fagaras Depression
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 Sibiu_County - SiteTracer.com
County: Sibiu County: Status: County capital: Mayor: Klaus Johannis, from the Democratic Forum of Germans of Romania, since 2000: Area: 121 km²: Population (2002) 171,535
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