TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN DEJ
The oldest traces of settlement on the current territory of the city of Dej in prehistory, in connection with the resources of salt and Meadow Somesului fertility. The first documentary of the city under the name Dej dates back to the year 1214. In the year 1668 Dej is elevated to the rank of a "noble city".
The town has numerous churches, historical monuments and museums such as: the Church and the Franciscan Monastery of St. Anthony of Padua ", Jewish Synagogue, the Municipal Museum of history or the military museum, but the true symbol of the city is the reformed Cathedral, built in Gothic style between the years 1453-1536, with a high of 72 m.
The Park Of Tajik
The Park of Tajik it was opened in 2010 and is the main attraction of the town for the summer and beyond. It includes a natural pool with salt water pool with fresh water, mud pools, indoor swimming pool, children's pools, Jacuzzis, beach grass and sandy beach.
Salina Ocna Dej
Even if it is still in operation for the exploitation of salt, Salina Ocna Dej is a real tourist attraction. Positioned under the Hill at the edge of Dej, mina is drawn into a gigantic layer of salt (with a length of 5 km, width of 3 km and 150 m thick). Inside, 80 m deep, was built, starting with the year 2000, a church whose ornamental purposes made by sculpting in the walls of salt of brancusiene elements. Near the Church is a recreational space that includes a football field, with spaces as well as swings, slides and swings.
The Monastery Of Nicula
The Monastery Of Nicula it is an important pilgrimage center of Northern Transylvania. Here was the famous icon painted in 1681 by sowmya Luke from Iclod. According to a report prepared by Austrian officers, there would be lacrimat between 15 February and 12 March 1699.
The Church of the convent of the stone was erected between 1875 and 1879, at the expense of New York City. In the year 1928, Pope Pius XI granted this marian sanctuary status new....