Lázár Castle was built between 1450 and 1532 in several stages. There was grown up the future prince of Transylvania Gábor Bethlen.
A historycal church in Szárhegy, was built in the 16's century.
Red Lake (also known in Hungarian: Gyilkos-tó) is a natural dam lake formed following the collapse of a slope due to the earthquake of January 23, 1838 at the foot of Hasmasul Mare Mountain.
The gorge was excised by the waters of Bicaz River and it serves as a passageway between the Romanian provinces of Moldova and Transylvania.
The underground visiting place is on "Level 50” which is on 120 m deep from the surface.During a year the salt mine is visited by about 400 000 people.
An annual Whitsunday pilgrimage gathering in the village called, in Romanian, Şumuleu Ciuc and Csíksomlyó in Hungarian attracts between 50,000 and 100,000 attendees each year.
The range is about 80 kilometers long and 20 kilometers wide, and is the “largest andesite mass” and the “largest volcanic body in the whole of Europe”.
Lake Szent-Anna ( meaning "Saint Anne Lake") is the only crater lake in Romania located in the volcanic crater of the volcano named Ciomatu Mare of the Eastern Carpathians.
Observation of wild bears with a guide, within a three-hour program.
Szerzői jog © 2020. Minden jog fenntartva.(under construction)