on to the John Sigismund Unitarian Academy, Kolosvar (Cluj-Napoca) (1570–1574), where he married the daughter of Ferenc Dávid. Biography Born in Porumbenii Mari, a small village in the region Transylvania, to a family of Hungarian farmers, he moved to Cluj-Napoca in 1950. Nowadays, he spends his time in both Budapest and his cottage in the Transylvanian countryside. A short documentary, ''The price of gold'', showing views of both sides was released in 2004 http
of the motion picture. Documentary and mockumentary productions set in the city include Irshad Ashraf's ''St. Richard of Austin'', a tribute to the American film director Richard Linklater, WikiPedia:Cluj-Napoca Commons:Category:Cluj-Napoca
din Transilvania last Szabó first Attila m. accessdate 2008-03-15 language Romanian the latter being the case in Mihai Eminescu's ''Poesis''. In 1974, the Romanian Communist authorities (Communist Romania) added "-Napoca" to the city's name as a nationalist gesture, emphasising its pre-Roman roots.
title Nested Identities: Nationalism, Territory, and Scale origyear url http: books.google.com ?id ikVCJQIJsNoC&pg PA267 accessdate 2008-05-26 edition series volume year 1999 publisher Rowman & Littlefield location isbn 0-8476-8467-9 oclc doi id page 275 chapter Transylvania: Hungarian, Romanian, or Neither? chapterurl quote
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'') The Treaty of Versailles placed Transylvania under the sovereignty of Romania, an ally of the Triple Entente, and the Treaty of St. Germain (1919) and the Treaty of Trianon (signed in June 1920) further elaborated the status of Transylvania and defined the new border between the states of Hungary and Romania.
on to the John Sigismund Unitarian Academy, Kolosvar (Cluj-Napoca) (1570–1574), where he married the daughter of Ferenc Dávid. Biography Born in Porumbenii Mari, a small village in the region Transylvania, to a family of Hungarian farmers, he moved to Cluj-Napoca in 1950. Nowadays, he spends his time in both Budapest and his cottage in the Transylvanian countryside. A short documentary, ''The price of gold'', showing views of both sides was released in 2004 http: quartzfilm.ro ?p 137&fb_source message . Worthy persons like Ionel Haiduc, President of the Romanian Academy, Ioan Piso, Director of the National History Museum of Transylvania in Cluj-Napoca, Ștefan Răgălie, General Director of Industrial Economics Department of the Romanian Academy, Corina Borș, archaeologist, etc. expressed their firm disapproval regarding the mining project. thumb right 260px The Black Church in summer (Image:Brasov Biserica Neagra.jpg) Completed during the 15th century (soon after 1476), the church belongs to the final stages of Gothic architecture. Vătăşianu, p.228, 229, 230-231 The result was a three-nave basilica, all the same height, as was preferred during the 15th and 16th centuries in the German lands (Holy Roman Empire), where most of the architects and masons originated. Many parts of the building show similarities with the church in Sebeş and St. Michael Church (St. Michael's Church, Cluj-Napoca) of Cluj-Napoca, Vătăşianu, p.229-230, 231, 238, 526 as well as with the ''Dominikánsky kostol (Dominican Church (Košice))'' in Košice. Vătăşianu, p.231, 237, 239 The design was itself an inspiration for other religious buildings in the region, and it is possible that a stonemason originally employed on the site later worked on the church in Ghimbav. Vătăşianu, p.237-238 Generally, the ethnic Hungarian population welcomed the troops and regarded separation from Romania as liberation. The large ethnic Romanian community had nothing to celebrate though, as for them the Second Vienna Award represented the return to the times of Hungarian rule. Upon entering the regained territory there were incidents between the Hungarian Army and the Romanian population: * On 9 September in the village of Treznea (Treznea massacre) ( WikiPedia:Cluj-Napoca Commons:Category:Cluj-Napoca
the local noblemen of the need for supporting a modern technical school in Romania. The Caritas company, which organized the scheme, was founded by Ioan Stoica in April 1992 in Braşov as a limited liability company with just 100,000 lei (500 USD, or $ WikiPedia:Cluj-Napoca Commons:Category:Cluj-Napoca
'') is a paratroopers battalion of the Romanian Land Forces, established on 30 November 1990. It was previously subordinated to the 4th Infantry Division (4th Infantry Division (Romania)) (HQ Cluj-Napoca) and its headquarters are located at Bacău. The battalion was part of the 2nd Paratroopers Brigade (HQ Clinceni), which was disbanded in 2005 due to a reorganization program of the Romanian Land Forces, in order to reach NATO standards. The Romanian cultural association ASTRA
in 2007, takes place at the Hungarian Theatre. The Peninsula Félsziget Festival, the country's largest event of its type and formerly held at Târgu Mureș, moved to Cluj-Napoca starting in 2013.
Theatre Festival"'' while in filmmaking, the ''"TIFF" Film Festival'' in Cluj (Cluj-Napoca), the ''"Dakino" Film Festival'' in Bucharest and the ''"Anonimul" Film Festival'' in the Danube Delta have an ever stronger international presence. In music, the most important event is the ''"George Enescu" Classical Music Festival'' but also festivals like ''"Jeunesses Musicales" International Festival'' and Jazz festivals in Sibiu
'''Cluj-Napoca''' ( ). Located in the Someșul Mic River valley, the city is considered the unofficial capital to the historical province (Historical regions of Romania) of Transylvania. From 1790 to 1848 and from 1861 to 1867, it was the official capital of the Grand Principality of Transylvania.
As of 2011, 324,576 inhabitants live within the city limits, marking a slight increase from the figure recorded at the 2002 census.
The city spreads out from St. Michael's Church (St. Michael's Church, Cluj-Napoca) in Unirii Square (Unirii Square, Cluj-Napoca), built in the 14th century and named after the Archangel Michael (Michael (archangel)), the patron saint of Cluj-Napoca.
Cluj-Napoca experienced a decade of decline during the 1990s, its international reputation suffering from the policies of its mayor of the time, Gheorghe Funar.