Vișeu de Sus (in German Oberwischau, in Hungarian Felsővisó) is a city in Maramureș county, Transylvania, Romania. It is located in the northeast of the county of Maramureș, in the Depression of Maramureș, at the confluence between Valea Vișeului and Valea Vaserului.
Borsa town is a starting point for tourists to visit the lands of Maramures. It is located in southern Maramures, at an altitude of 850 m Rodna, Viseu River valley.
Relief Bor area is mountainous, very rugged, with steep and fast high-level differences. Heights are found in mountainous area covered by three parties: Rodna Mountains and Maramures Mountains Tibau.
Tourism in the area is developed, especially in winter, due to existing conditions for winter sports. For those interested in skiing, it can be practiced on two slopes for intermediates and one for beginners.
Held on the history and legend, set in a natural setting for an excellent landscape beauty, at the foot of Gutai, a vast panorama where you can admire the Maramures mountains that close like a fortress wall Depression Maramures, Ocna Sugatag lies at the crossing roads dating from historical times, today the area representing a famous tourist area.
The town was first attested in 1329 in an act of the chancery of King Charles and was developed as a center for gold in the 14-15 centuries. In 1446 the city became Hunyadi his family. In 1469, under the leadership of the Hungarian King Matthias Corvinus (son of Iancu de Hunedoara) is fortified city.
Baia Mare is located in the western county of Maramures, Săsar River. With the built-up area of 234.7 km2, includes administration and rural municipality Blidari, Firiza Valea Black Valley.
Because the city's position at the foot of the Eastern Carpathians, around town there are several hills and mountains, the Flower Hill (367 m), Morgue Hill (633 m) Cross Hill (501 m), Ignis (1307 m), Mogoşa (1246 m), gout (1443 m), Cocosului Ridge (1450 m) Falcon Stone (839 m), Pleştioara (803 m), Bulat Hill (683 m) etc.
Municipality belongs administratively Sighetu Marmatiei Maramures county, situated in northern Romania, on the border with the Republic of Ukraine. As it is positioned off center position against the territory or influence (Maramures History), but the convergence of five main valleys in the region (Iza Valley, Great Valley, Valley Cosău Tisza Valley and the Valley of dreams.
Sprie bath is a town in the county of Maramures, Transylvania, Romania. He was one of the important mining centers of Maramures. A mining activity in the city region is already reported in the Bronze Age. The exploitation of gold and silver is postponed by the Saxons in the years 1141 to colonize the region. In 1329 the area is known as the Mons medius. In 1774 published the first scientific research is the exploitation of minerals.
Sprie around Baia, are the most important places of tourist interest in the area. Whatever the season, tourist resort and cottage Suior Mogosa put at your disposal with rich and diverse recreational activities.
Located in the heart of Maramures county, a distance of 30 km from Baia Mare, situated in a narrow valley at the foot of Gutai Mountains (1445m) and Mogosa (1249), Cavnic stretches approximately 10km in length and 500 m altitude difference (550m to 1050m flotation Quarter-Wheel) crossed the valley from east to west, representing the last branch of the emptiness of the Baia Mare depression.
Maramures is a county in Maramures region in the north-western Romania, residing in Baia Mare. In terms of traditional culture, the current district consists of four areas (ethno-folklore) distinct Chioarului Country, Country Lapus, Maramures Country (half northeast of Maramures History) and Country Codrului (south-west) , plus Metropolitan Area Baia Mare.
Săcel is the last village in the Iza Valley upstream, and hence makes the transition to Viseu Valley over step Moisei Hill (north-east) and to Transylvania (specifically Nasaud south) by Hill Ştefăniţei step that separates Mountains Rodna (East) Tiblesului Mountains (west).
Iza Vadu village, situated at the confluence of the Iza and Mara valleys, is that all settlements from Maramures, a preserver of traditions and customs that are still transmitted to the young. But further, the most precious pride of the village is represented by the many carved doors - to be considered as the most beautiful in the area. Along with them - spirituality maximum rates around the holidays, customs, places, art and folk - that people regardless of the day wearing it.
Located on the Izei Valley, Ieud is a settlement that preserves a vast history and a land considered an open air museum. It is noted through story landscapes, through the many traditions that have been preserved over the years and through the folklore and ethnographic values.
Tasnad is a resort in the northwest of Romania, which is part of Satu Mare County was certified in 2000. The natural tourist potential is the one that led to the development of this area by the presence of the thermal waters collected and used for tourist purposes.
Sapanta village is located on the right bank of the Tisza River in the valley of the terrace, near the confluence Sapanta and Tisza, in the extreme north of Romania, Maramures Country. The village is situated about 18 km from Sighet Marmatiei.
Village area is approximately 150 square kilometers and includes meadows, terraced hills and mountains. The settlement is dominated by Sapanta Stone, an impressive volcanic formation.
Attested in the 1300s, known in 1373 under the name "Zapancha" Sapanta city, part of the historical Maramures, his name may be derived after the statement poet John Alexander, from the Latin Sapientia (wisdom).
Viseu de Jos commune is located in the south-east of Maramures Depression, settled on both sides of the Viseu River, at a distance of 117 km of county, city of Baia Mare and at a distance of 6 km from Viseu de Sus at a medium altitude, with an area of 5,600 ha. Viseu de Jos is composed of a single locality, namely Viseu de Jos, free and neighboring villages belonging to Viseu de Sus, Upper Salistea south, south-west by Bogdan Voda, east Rozavlea north Leordina-west to north under Ruscova and Mountain Meadows.
Viseu de Jos, the settlement is documented in 1353, the year recorded in several documents written as free village inhabited by kniezates and princes.
Barsana is one of the largest joint in Maramures, and one of the most important villages of the Iza Valley.
The term "Barsan" denotes a shepherd keeps his sheep in wool rich and long, the word became a name in medieval times. Barsana village was owned by Prince Stanislau, son of Stan Barsan, attested in documents between 1326 and 1346.