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Buzau

Country
Romania
State
Judetul Buzau
City
Buzau
Type of Location
Multiple
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How to Reach

By air

International airport closest to Buzau is Henri Coanda International Airport in Otopeni, city located 110 km away.

By railway

Buzau is an important railway, linking Bucharest and Ploiesti of Focsani, Galati and Constanta. Station in the city was opened in 1872 with the railway Bucharest-Galati. A branch of this railway, from Buzau Marasesti opened a few years, on 13 June 1881, becoming the first railway designed by Romanian engineers.Buzau-Nehoiasu line, opened in 1908, Buzau link many of the localities on the Buzau Valley, including cities Nehoiu and Patarlagele

By road

In Buzau can be reached on DN2 ( European route E85 ) from Bucharest and major cities in Moldova. DN1B (European route E577) links Buzau of Ploiesti and DN10 cross the Carpathian Mountains on the southeastern bend them by Step Buzau to Brasov. Galati and Braila can reach DN2B. Two bus stations, one located north of the city and one in the south, near the train station, are used by private transport companies operating scheduled services connecting road to other towns or villages nearby.
 

Key places to visit
Crang Park, House Vergu-Manaila, House Vergu-Manaila, Salt-Monteoru, Buzau, Hoard Pietroasele


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Places to Visit

Crang Park

Crang Park is the largest and most important park in the city of Buzau. The park was landscaped in the second half of the nineteenth century, in a forest on the outskirts of Buzau, Buzau initially owned by the Diocese, and gradually came in possession of the municipality. In Crang is a monument to history Buzau, a restaurant whose building is built in a style typical of this region Chiojdu, a lake, a few discos, playgrounds and a corner of chess.

House Vergu-Manaila

Vergu-Manaila House is a historic building located in the city of Buzau, Romania. Aristocratic family mansion belonged Vergu. Documented in 1794, the building was nationalized in 1948 and became derelict, was restored later in the period 1971-1974. The building houses the collection of Ethnography and Folk Art Museum of Buzau County.

Monastery Ciolanu

Monastery is a monastery of monks Ciolanu Orthodox Christians in Buzau, Romania, located in the vicinity of Camp Sculpture from Magura, on the southern slope of the hill Ciolanu, the brook Niscov. The monastery is attested in the sixteenth century. The monastery has two churches, located at a distance of 100 meters. The old church is dedicated to St. George. Archaeological research in the 1970s showed that it dates from the second half of the sixteenth century. The new church is dedicated to the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul and was built in 1828. It contains icons painted in 1886 by painter George Tattarescu.

Salt-Monteoru, Buzau

Salt-Monteoru is a seaside resort in central-western county of Buzau, Wallachia, Romania, about 14 km away from the city of Buzau. Place the administration of joint Apple and was first known among locals for healing waters of salt springs.The late nineteenth century, the town and surrounding land were bought by the Greek Monteoru Gregory, who then took the name of the village as a surname, he successfully exploited oil fields, then used the profits to to finance investment in a resort.

Hoard Pietroasele

Hoard Pietroasele is a treasure discovered in archaeological 1837 in the town Pietroasele, Buzau, consisting of 22 pieces. Much of the component parts were lost. Today is exposed to the National History Museum. Pietroasa Hoard, popular known as "Hen with Golden Chickens" was found in March-April 1837 two peasants (John carpenter and Stan Abraham) while taking Istria stone hill (750 m).

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