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What to know about the Dendrological Park of Oradea, Romania

 
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added on 13th of April, 2009
Yesterday I took a visit to the newly Dendrological Park inaugurated last week by the Oradea City Hall.
The park is situated in the north of Oradea Fortress and is open to the public since April 10.

Because of it's location near the Oradea Fortress, an important historical monument, the City Hall added information panels with history of the Oradea Fortress.

The landscaping was made with organic materials only, such as tree bark and natural stone, there is also a vast collection of plants, which is giving it's dendrological value.

Near the Golden Bastion of Oradea Fortress, is a small lake with aquatic vegetation and water lily flowers

This is a small step in giving back it's value, there is plenty of restoration needed to be done to the Oradea Fortress.

If you ever come near Oradea, you shouldn't miss this park.
 

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cipristb wrote on Apr 13, 2009:
Nice, I'm will visit the Dendrological Park of Oradea one day, when I will have a litle bit of free time
 
 
 
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You have only to cross the street and you can visit another church: the Greek-Catholic Cathedral, built in Classic Baroque style. The building of the cathedral meets the Eclectic-styled Palace of the Greek-Catholic Bishopric. Continuing your way across the Main Square, you must visit St. Ladislaus Church. This simple and clear-out Baroque styled Roman-Catholic church was once the cathedral of Oradea, from 1733, the year of its finalization, to 1780, when the Basilica was built and took over this function. The City Hall, a monumental building from the beginning of the 20th century, designed by Oradea’s then chief architect... Read more »

 
 
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Recent reviews for Oradea

My trip to Oradea - Jun 13, 2009, by MadSuh
I left Cluj with some sort of relieve. I did have a nice time there with grandad, but then it's still sometimes tiring to take care of a 96 year-old :) Anyway, I bought a first class InterCity ticket from Cluj to Orade, which is a 2 1/2... Read more »

Brief presentation of Oradea - May 23, 2009, by bicska
An old and interesting city in the northwestern part of Romania, it played an important role throughout the country's history, as a major cultural, economical and military location. It is worth a visit because of the large number of... Read more »

My visits to Oradea - Oct 12, 2006, by MadSuh
There is not too much I can say about Romania. Lots of fun at night and lots of work during the day. I usually get to the office at around 11-12 and I stay until about midnight. I had my new iPod with me, so I can listen to some music when... Read more »

The best restaurants in Oradea - Apr 30, 2009, by erato
Oradea's medieval restaurant ‘Leonesse’, the first specifically medieval restaurant in Oradeaoffers a totally new alternative for gourmets and for those who are looking for a way to remark a special event. The two knights at the... Read more »

Da Vinci exhibiton in Oradea - Apr 30, 2009, by erato
Leonardo Da Vinci’s inventions resurrect in a small Transylvanian village. Lajos Antal lives in Hegykozkovacsi (Cauaceu in Romanian), a small village in Bihor County, Romania. He is a carpenter and woodcarver craftsman and for over... Read more »

 
 

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