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The town of Turda is one of the six rowns in Cluj county and the second in population number, after Cluj-Napoca. It has 8.31% from the total county population and 14.57% from its urban population.

It lies in the southern part of the county, in the valley of the lower Arieș. It borders the town Câmpia Turzii in the east and the communes Călărași, Mihai Viteazu, Săndulești, Tureni, Ploscos and Viișoara. It is crossed by one of the most important roads in Romania - DN1-E60-E81 – and is near highway Transilvania A3.

Its history is very rich, and the archaeological discoveries of very much worth. For detailed information, please visit the website of the Mayor’s Office in Turda:

Turda Gorge

Turda Gorge up a protected area of national interest corresponding IUCN category IV (mixed-type nature reserve), located in Cluj, at a distance of 6 km west of Turda, along the valley Hasdate.

They have a length of 2,900 m and a height of up to 300 m walls. Keys occupy an area Of 324 ha and were formed by erosion Jurassic limestone rock by the river Hasdate.

Turda Gorge offers a karst landscape of rare wild: high cliffs and steep, sharp ridges, stone towers, rocky valleys, debris, arcade, etc. It contains more than 1,000 species of plants and animals, some rare items representing as wild garlic and rock eagle.

The Ciucaș Waterfall

The Ciucaș Waterfall is situated in the Hășdate Valley, on its lower course, not far from the village Cornești, Mihai Viteazu commune, Cluj county.

It has many features, such as rock breaks with rapids and cascades. It is circa 5 metres high. At its bottom, water gathers into a stone pool, where it is wonderful to bathe. Water temperature often exceeds 25 degrees Celsius.

The river coming from the Turda Gorge makes a turn through the rock and has created a natural jacuzzi where you can relax in the best way possible. Those who like massage can just sit in the water and let the waterfall do the best massage ever, that you cannot find for sure anywhere else in the world.

The Roman castrum Potaissa

The most important historical and archaeological monument in Turda, ancient Potaissa, is the castrum of the Vth Macedonica Legion, on the Fortress Hill plateau. Its ruins were still standing in the middle ages, and its walls were used as a very cozy quarry for the building needs of Turda until the 19th century. It was also a very important source for antiquities of all kinds – architectural pieces, sculptures, mosaics, stone inscriptions, coins, small objects -, discovered in the area by various means and gotten into private and museum collections. În 1574, the French traveler Pierre Lescalopier described a gate of the castrum, maybe the same described by the Transylvanian humanist Zamosius/Szamoskozy. The gate was arched, built from large stone blocks. The collapse of the gate in 1657, mentioned by historian W. Bethlen, was probably only partial, as the same gate is mentioned again in 1677 by Fr. Fasching.

The Szekely Stone

The Szekely Stone Peak, 1171 metres high, lies in the Trascău Mountains, between the communes Moldovenești and Rimetea. It is very popular among the tourists coming in the area, who want to climb to the top or at least to its bottom.

The way to the top, from Moldovenești, Podeni or Pietroasa, or on the steep slpoes of Rimetea, is worth every penny, as they say. Once on top, the view from the place pleases the eye and make you stunned, as you watch the 3560 degrees line of the horizon.

You will surely meet paragliding fans, which you can admire circling the top and the villages below, like vultures searching for prey. Also, Enduro fans are always present here.

The village and fortress Colțești

In the north-eastern part of the Trascău Mountains, at a height of 575 metres, lies the Trascău depression, surrounded by the peaks Ardascheia (1249 m) and Szekely Stone (1128 m), a huge limestone massif.

Colțești village is one of the four villages in this depression.

Colțești fortress is very near to the village Colțești in Rimetea commune, Alba county. The fortress was built in 1296 by vice-voivod Thoroczkay, as defence and refuge from Tatar hordes. After a few times when they were attacked and plundered by Tatars, the villagers from Rimetea and Colțești built the fortress on a limestone rock, making it very difficult to besiege and conquer. On its northern tower, over 20 metres high, there still lies an inscription about the builders of the fortress, the Thoroczkay family.