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Airports nearest to Tirnaveni are sorted by the distance to the airport from the city centre.

   Tirgu Mures Airport (distanced approximately 18 km)
   Havadarya Airport (distanced approximately 45 km)
   Sibiu Airport (distanced approximately 63 km)
   Cluj Napoca Airport (distanced approximately 68 km)
   Devar Airport (distanced approximately 120 km)

Key places to visit
Wooden Church of St. Nicholas in Custelnic, Wooden church of St. Archangels Custelnic, Wooden Church Bobohalma, Unitarian Church


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Wooden Church of St. Nicholas in Custelnic

Custelnic wooden church, city Tarnaveni, Mures County was built in the eighteenth century. Is dedicated to " Saint Nicholas ". The church is located on historic monuments, MS-II-15 647 mA.Custelnic City is right next to the city Tarnaveni of which belongs to the past years as part of the village Ganesti. The cemetery located on the hill bordering the town are two wooden churches and spiritual testimony of the past history of the Romanian community of yesteryear: the Orthodox Church "St. Nicholas" and the Greek-Catholic "Archangel Michael".

Wooden church of St. Archangels Custelnic

Greek-Catholic wooden church of Custelnic, city Tarnaveni, Mures County was built in the eighteenth century. Is dedicated to " Archangel Michael ". It is an edifice of a type rarely seen in Transylvania. Ship rectangular circumscribing narthex and nave, apse semicircular eastern and decrosata.

Wooden Church Bobohalma

Bobohalma wooden church, Mures County is dedicated to "St. Archangels Michael and Gabriel". Church is on the new list of historical monuments under LMI code: MS-II-mB-15609.The church was built in XVIII (1743). The building is constructed of solid oak. The vessel has a rectangular shape finished with nedecrosata altar apse, polygonal three sides.

Unitarian Church

Unitarian Church (Latin 'unus' one) appeared in the context of the Protestant Reformation as a criticism of the Trinitarian dogma (belief in the Trinity ). Therefore followers of this religion are known as antitrinitarieni.In the middle of the sixteenth century, influenced by Italian physician Giorgio Biandrata and under the leadership of Francis David, took place in Transylvania a strong Unitarian movement, which finally led to acceptance of the Unitarian Church in Transylvania, for the first time in the world, as officially recognized religion.

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