Caras-Severin County

Situated in the Banat, on the Danube left side, between the Southern Carpathians and the south part of the Western Carpathians Area 8,520 sq km (third largest county after Timis and Suceava) 366,296 inhabitants (1995) Relief of a karstic type; spectacular (west of the Southern Carpathians – Cernei and Mehedinti Mountains and south of the Western Carpathians – Banatului Mountains) 65.4%; depression areas (valley of the Timis-Cerna and Bistra rivers) 16.5%; hills (west and north-west 10%; flat areas (west and north-west) 7.3% Climate temperately-continental.

in the Banat, on the Danube left side, between the Southern Carpathians and the south part of the Western Carpathians 8,520 sq km (third largest county after Timis and Suceava) 366,296 (1995) of a karstic type; spectacular (west of the Southern Carpathians – Cernei and Mehedinti Mountains and south of the Western Carpathians – Banatului Mountains) 65.4%; depression areas (valley of the Timis-Cerna and Bistra rivers) 16.5%; hills (west and north-west 10%; flat areas (west and north-west) 7.3% temperately-continental.

Caras-Severin-County

Caransebes

Landmarks lies at the junction of the Timis and Sebes rivers; area 10.8 sq km; 31,218 inhabitants (1995); railway and road junction 98 km from Timisoara; airport.

lies at the junction of the Timis and Sebes rivers; area 10.8 sq km; 31,218 inhabitants (1995); railway and road junction 98 km from Timisoara; airport.

Highlights The Museum and the Archaeological Site of Tibiscum-Jupa with monuments of Roman architecture, i.e. ruins of the Roman camp, of military and civil buildings; ruins of the Medieval Fortress and of a near-by Church (13th-14th centuries) in the town’s historic centre; ‘St. George’ Church (1444) large size; valuable murals and iconostasis carved in golden wood (1862); ‘St. John the Baptist’ Church (1780-1781) baroque decorations and murals; Franciscan Church (1725); Synagogue (1893) neo-Gothic style; Town Hall (1903) Gothic style with baroque elements; Former Barracks of the Border Guards (1753) – at present, County Museum collections of archaeology, history, ethnography, folk art.

Theandthe with monuments of Roman architecture, i.e. ruins of the Roman camp, of military and civil buildings; ruins of the and of a near-by (13th-14th centuries) in the town’s historic centre; (1444) large size; valuable murals and iconostasis carved in golden wood (1862); ‘ (1780-1781) baroque decorations and murals; (1725); (1893) neo-Gothic style; (1903) Gothic style with baroque elements; (1753) – at present, collections of archaeology, history, ethnography, folk art.

Tourist Interest Events Festival of the Plum Liquor (November)

Lodging and Meals

hotels Simescu 3*, Twerasco2*, Tibiscum2*

hotels Simescu 3*, Twerasco2*, Tibiscum2*

Surroundings of Caransebes

Folklore Borlova (13 km away from Caransebes) embroideries and traditional peasant weddings; Measuring of the Milk Festival (29th of April)

(13 km away from Caransebes) embroideries and traditional peasant weddings; (29th of April)

Leisure Muntele Mic Mountain Resort (1545 m high) amateur skiers can use the longest chair-lift in Romania, i.e. 35 km

(1545 m high) amateur skiers can use the longest chair-lift in Romania, i.e. 35 km

Resita

Landmarks situated in the Resita Depression, on the Bârzava river sides, 105 km away from Timisoara; 95,471 inhabitants (1995); old industrial traditions the first furnaces and the first steam engine in Romania were recorded at Resita in the 18th c.; the builders of the Eiffel Tower in Paris made use of steel produced at Resita Access by train – Caransebes (43 km), Timisoara (98 km); by road – Caransebes (41 km), Timisoara (105 km)

situated inthe Resita Depression, on the Bârzava river sides, 105 km away from Timisoara; 95,471 inhabitants (1995); old industrial traditions the first furnaces and the first steam engine in Romania were recorded at Resita in the 18th c.; the builders of the made use of Caransebes (43 km), Timisoara (98 km); – Caransebes (41 km), Timisoara (105 km)

Highlights

Resita County Museum with sections on history – interesting collection of figurines and artifacts of worship from the neolithic period, exhibits of ethnography and fine arts; Collection of the Romanian Orthodox Archpriest District, i.e. old books, icons on wood, objects of worship from the 17th-19th centuries; Open-Air Museum of the Steam Engines collection of 19th c. engines

with sections on history – interesting collection of figurines and artifacts of worship from the neolithic period, exhibits of ethnography and fine arts; , i.e. old books, icons on wood, objects of worship from the 17th-19th centuries; collection of 19th c. engines

Surroundings/ Semenic Mountains

Leisure Valiug Lake and Crivaia Resort (21 km from Resita); Semenic Resort provides leisure and ski conditions between November and April

and (21 km from Resita); provides leisure and ski conditions between November and April
Speleology Comarnic Cave (north of Anina Mountains) 4,040 m long; 400 m of two levelled galleries; specific limestone structures

(north of Anina Mountains) 4,040 m long; 400 m of two levelled galleries; specific limestone structures

Lodging and Meals

Hotels Bistra 3* and Semenic 2* Surroundings hotels, villas and cabanas at Secu, Breazova, Crivaia and in the Semenic Mountains

Bistra 3* and Semenic 2* hotels, villas and cabanas at Secu, Breazova, Crivaia and in the Semenic Mountains

Cerna River Valley

Baile Herculane Health Resort and its Surroundings

Landmarks situated along the Cerna valley, against a picturesque background, between the Mehedinti Mountains (east) and the Cernei Mountains (west); average height 160 m; 9 springs of thermal mineral waters (38ş-60ş C) and a Mediterranean climate; 6,263 inhabitants Access by train – Caransebes (71 km), Drobeta-Turnu-Severin (41 km); by road – (Caransebes (76 km); Drobeta-Turnu-Severin (45 km). Its present name, as well as that used by the Romans, i.e. Ad aques Herculi sacras derives from the legend in which Hercules cured his wounds made by the Hydra of Lerna, by bathing there; the therapeutic value of the resort’s springs and climate have been known since ancient times and turned to good account from the 15th c.

situated along the Cerna valley, against a picturesque background, between the Mehedinti Mountains (east) and the Cernei Mountains (west); average height 160 m; 9 springs of thermal mineral waters (38ş-60ş C) and a Mediterranean climate; 6,263 inhabitants – Caransebes (71 km), Drobeta-Turnu-Severin (41 km); (Caransebes (76 km); Drobeta-Turnu-Severin (45 km). Its present name, as well as that used by the Romans, i.e. derives from the legend in which Hercules cured his wounds made by the Hydra of Lerna, by bathing there; the therapeutic value of the resort’s springs and climate have been known since ancient times and turned to good account from the 15th c.

Highlights

Baile Herculane History Museum / former Casino (19th c.) baroque style; exhibits pertaining to the Roman civilization, i.e. aqueducts; ‘Severin’ Hotel with the ‘Hebe’ bath (19th c.); Roman-Catholic Chapel; Hercules’ Statue (1847) made of marble; Roman Bath and Hygeea’s Spring; Neptune Bath; Apollo Bath.

Surroundings Cernei Falls (300 m high); Steam Cave; Natural Reserve of the Domogled Mountain with different species of flowers and fauna, i.e. horn adders, turtles, scorpions, 1300 species of butterflies.

/ former (19th c.) baroque style; exhibits pertaining to the Roman civilization, i.e. aqueducts; ‘with the bath (19th c.); ;(1847) made of marble; and ;; (300 m high); ; with different species of flowers and fauna, i.e. horn adders, turtles, scorpions, 1300 species of butterflies.

Lodging and Meals

Hotels Roman 2*, Afrodita 2*, Apollo 2*, Cerna 2*, Dacia 2*, Diana 2*, Minerva 2*; a great number of villas

Roman 2*, Afrodita 2*, Apollo 2*, Cerna 2*, Dacia 2*, Diana 2*, Minerva 2*; a great number of villas in the Banat, on the Danube left side, between the Southern Carpathians and the south part of the Western Carpathians 8,520 sq km (third largest county after Timis and Suceava) 366,296 (1995) of a karstic type; spectacular (west of the Southern Carpathians – Cernei and Mehedinti Mountains and south of the Western Carpathians – Banatului Mountains) 65.4%; depression areas (valley of the Timis-Cerna and Bistra rivers) 16.5%; hills (west and north-west 10%; flat areas (west and north-west) 7.3% temperately-continental. lies at the junction of the Timis and Sebes rivers; area 10.8 sq km; 31,218 inhabitants (1995); railway and road junction 98 km from Timisoara; airport. Theandthe with monuments of Roman architecture, i.e. ruins of the Roman camp, of military and civil buildings; ruins of the and of a near-by (13th-14th centuries) in the town’s historic centre; (1444) large size; valuable murals and iconostasis carved in golden wood (1862); ‘ (1780-1781) baroque decorations and murals; (1725); (1893) neo-Gothic style; (1903) Gothic style with baroque elements; (1753) – at present, collections of archaeology, history, ethnography, folk art.(November) hotels Simescu 3*, Twerasco2*, Tibiscum2* (13 km away from Caransebes) embroideries and traditional peasant weddings; (29th of April) (1545 m high) amateur skiers can use the longest chair-lift in Romania, i.e. 35 kmsituated inthe Resita Depression, on the Bârzava river sides, 105 km away from Timisoara; 95,471 inhabitants (1995); old industrial traditions the first furnaces and the first steam engine in Romania were recorded at Resita in the 18th c.; the builders of the made use of Caransebes (43 km), Timisoara (98 km); – Caransebes (41 km), Timisoara (105 km) with sections on history – interesting collection of figurines and artifacts of worship from the neolithic period, exhibits of ethnography and fine arts; , i.e. old books, icons on wood, objects of worship from the 17th-19th centuries; collection of 19th c. engines and (21 km from Resita); provides leisure and ski conditions between November and April(north of Anina Mountains) 4,040 m long; 400 m of two levelled galleries; specific limestone structuresBistra 3* and Semenic 2* hotels, villas and cabanas at Secu, Breazova, Crivaia and in the Semenic Mountains situated along the Cerna valley, against a picturesque background, between the Mehedinti Mountains (east) and the Cernei Mountains (west); average height 160 m; 9 springs of thermal mineral waters (38ş-60ş C) and a Mediterranean climate; 6,263 inhabitants – Caransebes (71 km), Drobeta-Turnu-Severin (41 km); (Caransebes (76 km); Drobeta-Turnu-Severin (45 km). Its present name, as well as that used by the Romans, i.e. derives from the legend in which Hercules cured his wounds made by the Hydra of Lerna, by bathing there; the therapeutic value of the resort’s springs and climate have been known since ancient times and turned to good account from the 15th c. / former (19th c.) baroque style; exhibits pertaining to the Roman civilization, i.e. aqueducts; ‘with the bath (19th c.); ;(1847) made of marble; and ;; (300 m high); ; with different species of flowers and fauna, i.e. horn adders, turtles, scorpions, 1300 species of butterflies. Roman 2*, Afrodita 2*, Apollo 2*, Cerna 2*, Dacia 2*, Diana 2*, Minerva 2*; a great number of villas

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