We will also admire the Florentine room, where we will breathe a typically Italian and Renaissance atmosphere. Duration: 2 hours. Since it was arranged as a show cave and it is one of the few places in the world in which one can see the delicate crystals in a safe and accessible environment.
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Duration: 1 hourNo meals included on this day. No accommodation included on this day. Be picked up from your hotel by your guide as well as dropped back off at your hotel after your walking tour. See Oradea Fortress, an architectural monument in Romania and one of the few functional castles till now. They say that the city could not be conquered because of the vast underground network of links with the outside.
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The dike with water of the fortress was filled in case of siege with thermal water through supplies from Peta spring. The construction belongs to King Ladislau I who decided to build a monastery in honor of Virgin Mary, a place called Varad - Chronicle painted in Vienna Chronicon pictum Vindobonensae the cradle of the future Catholic bishopric.
Around the old fortress, of an irregular shape, slightly oval, the new fortress was built , of pentagonal shape, to protect the buildings inside and the settlements around. We' ll pick you up from your hotel situated in Oradea or Baile Felix at 9 o'clock and then we'll go in direction of Bride's veil waterfall. Once there we can take pictures and then we shall follow a scenic road among Apuseni mountains nicknamed "The Apuseni Transfagarasan".
At the end of this road we have the possibility to admire the Belis lake - an artificial lake with a dam situated in the middle of the mountains. Once there we can serve the lunch. Our way back lasts also around 2 hours. We shall leave you at your hotel from Oradea or Baile Felix. The tour includes :pick-up and drop off, tour guide in English and German and minivan transport Opel or Mercedes.
We pick you up from your Oradea hotel at o'clock in the morning and we are going to Bears cave situated around 90 km away. Our trip lasts around 2 hours. Once there, we are visiting the cave around 45 minutes with the guide which will translate from Romanian all the explanations.
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The admission ticket costs 20 Lei and is to be paid by every tourist. The cave was undisturbed until September 17 , when it was discovered during quarry works. The Bears Cave is 1 km in length.
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It is disposed on two-overlapped levels: one which is superior having m in length, fitted out for tourist reasons and an interior one, temporarily active, having m in length, being considered scientific reservation. We may stop somewhere to eat and drink at your choice. The retour lasts other 2 hours.
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Western Romania, with its geographic and cultural ties to neighbouring Hungary and Serbia and its historical links to the Austro-Hungarian Empire, enjoys an ethnic diversity that much of the rest of the country lacks. Launch map view. In he won an award for his manuscript  Westfalen und die theresianische Banatbesiedlung The aim was to research the origin of all settlers and to set up a card index regarding the ancestors of all German people in foreign countries.
During , Dr. Friedhelm Treude traveled  through the Banat villages and, together with his staff, filmed the church records of only Roman Catholic Parishes . Mainly, it seems, in the 's, from IfA. The original church records were not taken to Germany in These and the archive documents regarding the Donauschwaben villages in the Romanian Banat [and other Romanian, Serb or Hungarian villages existing in the region of Romanian Banat] can be found in the National Archives of Timisoara, Arad or Caransebes.
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Sometimes the research is difficult, and there is no golden rule. Every primary source of information must be checked [including the civil registration], in order to have success  in genealogical research:.
After the 2nd World War, the church or state authorities transferred some parish records to archives existing in Timisoara, Arad, and Caransebes because the villages were depopulated  or for other administrative or political reasons. In a very few cases it is possible that, over time, original books or part of them, disappeared or in some cases were destroyed. Only a few of the records were lost during the 2nd World War or in the first years of the communist regime. In fact, no one [not even the communists] planned to deliberately destroy these records and archives in Romania.
Based on our experience  we can tell that records were no more often destroyed in Romania than in Hungary, or in other Central European countries. Stories regarding destruction of records on a large scale are just a myth . Records up to the present are available on site.
Every primary source of information must be checked [including the civil registration], in order to have success  in genealogical research: the National Archives branch from Timisoara, Arad, Caransebes [church records before ], the parishes in the villages [records after ], the archive for the Bishopric of Timisoara [for the second copy  of the church records after ], the mayoralty from the villages [for the first copy of civil registration for period after ], the County Civil Registration [where the second copy of the civil registration is kept].
Genealogical Records available in Timisoara: B ; M , D with records up to the present being available on site. And a 62 years difference means 2 or 3 generations! Some Catholic Church records for the Diocese of Banat, mainly for the period after , are in the archives of Bishopric-Bishop's Office in Timisoara, or on site [in the Banat villages, in parishes and mayoralties records]. The Catholic Church introduced the obligation of registering all christened and married people after the Trent Council, in The registers for deceased persons started to be kept in Other religions, like Orthodox, Calvinists and Lutherans introduced these registers in , followed by the Unitarians in The Orthodox, as well as the Jewish people, also kept registers for newborn, married and deceased people.
Since all religions have been required to keep two copies of these registers and to periodically forward the duplicate register copy to the municipal archive authorities or to the superior church authorities.
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The Law from stipulated that starting on October 1st , the civil status duties in Banat, Transylvania and Hungary were subject to the Austrian-Hungarian State authorities. For example, in the villages it may be possible to gather information from cemetery tombstones, access the Romanian Police database, search into the Romanian Phone Company's database, etc. We can conclude that serious genealogical research can only be conducted by taking into account all the Romanian archives. The distance and language barriers can be surpassed only with the help of the Romanian researchers.