Villages

Șișești Village
Vasile Lucaciu Memorial Museum

Desești Village
“Pious Parascheva” wooden church 18th century – UNESCO Heritage

Șurdești Village
“St. Archangels Michael and Gabriel” wooden church 1721 – UNESCO Heritage

Plopiș Village
“St. Archangels Michael and Gabriel” wooden church 18th century – UNESCO Heritage

Budești Village
“Saint Nicoara” or “Josani” wooden church 1643 – UNESCO Heritage and Susani Church 1628

Rogoz Village
“St. Archangels Michael and Gabriel” wooden Church 17th century, UNESCO Heritage

Bârsana Village
The “Holy Mother’s Entrance” wooden church – 18th century, UNESCO Heritage -
and “Synaxis of the 12 Apostles” Barsana Monastery

Ieud Village
“Birth of Holy Mary” wooden church or “The Church on the Hill”, beginning of the 17th century – UNESCO Heritage

Poienile Izei Village
“Pious Parascheva” wooden church – 17th century, UNESCO Heritage

Moisei Village
Martyr`s House – illustrates the sad episode held on 14 October 1944 when 29 Romanian patriots were killed in this house.

Săpânța Village
Merry Cemetery – famous for its colorful, carved oak crosses, featuring carved portraits or scenes from the deceased’s life.

Băița Village
Memorial House Ion Siugariu – contains original pieces of the parental home, photos, documents, manuscripts, books belonging to the poet.

Cernești Village
Florean Museum – is a contemporary art institution. The museum contains many collections of contemporary art from all continents.

Coltău Village
Sandor Petofi Museum is hosted by the castle built between 1740 – 1760 by the Teleki family.

Rohia Village
Rohia Monastery Museum – hosts an old religious book collection as well as and a collection on icons painted on wood and glass.

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