Ariesulii Street 51, Alba Iulia, Romania
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Janos Hunyadi Hungarian Hero buried in Catholic Ch
proud roman legacy
I'm looking to do some family/geneology research at the regional archive in Alba Iulia and at a church in the small town of Berghin nearby. However, I don't speak Romanian or German, but do speak some Hungarian. Can anyone give any advice as to finding someone who can do some translation/interpretation for me?
Ha meg ervenyes a hirdetes, es meg szuksege lenne forditora, segithetnek ebben az ugyben. Mar 2 eve a turizmusiban dolgozok, es a kulfoldieknek ingyenes informaciokat szolgalok. Szallas meg egyeb gondokban is segithetunk.
Kerem irjon a email@example.com cimre szukseg eseten. Maskulonben en Kolozsvari vagyok, de amugy romania teruleten barhol segitsegere lehetek.
Sok sikert a kutatasaban.
Udv, Bazso Tibor
Travel Tips for Alba Iulia
Visit the citadel
The one thing of interest to visit in Alba Iulia is the citadel and the buildings in it. The citadel walls are very old, the buildings inside are of more recent date. Though on occasion and if you look well, you can spot an old medieval window frame still embedded in a wall.
On the hill in front of the citadel the 3 peasants that rebelled against the romanian serv-dom were executed. There is a memorial statue fro them there
The hiden Alba Iulia
"The more important city in history of Transylvania"
For understand the importance I tell you thet in XVI century Transylvania was a place for religious refugees of all Europe and John Sylvan in Heidelberg was decapitated only because he was surpresed with a book which was edited in Alba Iulia , capital of Transylvania.
Try to look this city trouh his history and you must visit it to understand Transylvania even if many building are very silent.The catholic chiurch is the memory of the city. Is an romanesque -gothic church. It was reformed church too before the austrian occupation.
Here are the sculptured sarchophages and the memorial of all important (catholic, calvinist, unitarian) voievods of Transylvania that remember their Golden Age. (Hunyadi Iancu and his brother Laszlo, Isabella Queen and his son John Sigismund, Stephen Bocskai) and priest who suffered cause of communist persecution because they defended the jews and the greek catholics from persecution, by example Martpon Aron
"The austere royality palace"
The Palace of Principality is near the catholic chiurch, but is austere and not visitable too.Here was a kind of athenian democratycal system. Prince Bethlem Gabor builded schools (today house of army- not visitable).
For undertand the importance I tell you thet in XVI century Transylvania was a place for religious refugees of all Europe and John Sylvan in Heidelberg was decapitated only because he was surpresed with a book which was edited in Alba Iulia , capital of Transylvania.
Try to look this city trouh his history and you must visit it to understand Transylvania even if many building are very silent.
Historic Alba Iulia
I had the privilege of spending several days in Alba Iulia, and played an organ recital on the instrument in the Roman Catholic Cathedral of St. Michael. It is a fascinating city, with a handsome historic citadel - in this setting are two of the city's cathedrals, and a
library with a number of rare manuscripts. True enough, Ceaucescu managed to destory a bit of the city, but two significant buildings which escaped intact are a charming old Roman Catholic church, and a gracious synagogue.
VT member Dunmaire and her family were my gracious hosts during my visit in Alba Iulia.
A cow strolling along a street in Alba Iulia, on her way home from grazing in a grassy area of the city.
Capital of Romanians from Heart
"Romanian Union City"
Alba Iulia is an old town of Dacia ( placed in middle of Transilvania ) conquered by the romans at begining of first century a.C. and named Apullum till the name is changed in Alba Iulia. Therein the three province of Romania has united in 1600 ( by Michael The Brave ) and later December 1, 1918 ( by people will ). The City is full of history and archaelogics sites. Two hotels: Transilvania ( in downtown ) and Cetate ( beside de stronghold ). More information ( and better ) on www.apulum.ro. Foto: stronghold scheme.
"The Third Gate"
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