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July-September 2010

Braşovul: 775 de ani
Brasov City: 775 years
Braşov: 775 Jahre
Brassó 775 éves
Un` te duci tu mielule?La Bran!
?Whereto dear lamb?? ... to Bran!
Wohin geht?s, Lamm ? Nach Bran!
Hová mész te, báránykám? Törcsvárra!
Maialul la Codlea
?Maial? from Codlea
Das Kronenfest in Zeiden
Majális Feketehalomban
Balul Mestecenilor, la Cristian
The Birch Trees` Holiday from Cristian
Der Neustädter Birkenball
Corul cantorilor din Ierulasim
The Jerusalem Cantors Choir
Der Kantoren-Chor aus Jerusalem
A jeruzsálemi kántorok kórusa
Ghimbav: Reafirmarea trecutului
Ghimbav: Reassertion of the past
Weidenbach: Die Vergangenheit wird nicht vergessen
Vidombák: a múlt vállalása
Turism ecologic la Mândra
Ecological tourism in Mandra
Ökotourismus in Mândra
Ökoturizmus Mundrán
Din peisajul cultural predelean
An outline of the cultural landscape of Predeal
Aus dem Kulturangebot in Predeal
Predeál kulturális élete
Sânpetru: Ruşcuţa de primăvară
Sanpetru: Spring Bird?s Eye (ruscuta in Romanian)
Petersberg: Das Frühlings-Adonisröschen
Szentpéter: tavaszi hérics
Multiculturalism la Tărlungeni
Multiculturalism in Tarlungeni
Multikulturalismus in Tărlungeni
Turism culinar cu melci, la Teliu
Gastronomic tourism with snails in Teliu
Schnecken-Gastrotourismus bei Teliu
Csigagasztronómia Keresztváron
Viscri: ?Satul de sine stătător?
Viscri, A free-standing village
Deutsch-Wei?kirch: ?Das selbständige Dorf?
Szászfehéregyháza: az önálló falu
Festivalul ecvestru - Râşnov 2010

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Ecological tourism in Mandra



Mandra is a village in the county of Brasov, Transylvania, Romania. Within the plan of sustainable development of Brasov county, Mandra village is part of the Microregion Dumbrava Narciselor (The Grove of Daffodils) together with villages Comana, Parau, Sinca Noua, Sinca and Sercaia, aiming at promoting the region and developing common projects.
European way
Mandra village lies in the Region of Faragas, on the National Highway DN1 (E68), about 5 kilometers far from Fagaras towards East. It is bordered by villages Sercaia (to the East), Toderita (to the South), Rausor (to the South-West), Sona (to the North) and town of Fagaras to the West. In the Northern side, in Olt meadow, there is a natural peat-bog reserve. Many tourists stop in this village to meet the locals and see the area. Another reason is that it is located on the highway connecting Brasov to Sibiu, former European Capital of Culture.
Tourist attractions
?To promote the local customs and traditions, we have organized the Days of Mandra event where we invited folk dance and music groups from the surrounding areas. The dances and songs specific to the Region of Fagaras are unique and well performed by local artists. Another purpose of the event is to bring together the sons of the village, with folk costume parade and custom ceremony. We intend to attract as many tourists and regional sustainable development projects as possible,? said Mr. Ioan Serban Taflan, Mayor of Mandra village.
Development of agricultural tourism

Another goal is the development of agricultural tourism and attraction of tourists to spend unforgettable holidays in the houses of the locals. The ecological tourism is a great advantage of this village because it is a low polluted area and organic food can be found here.
Other opportunities: hunting, horse riding and carriage trips, trips to the wetlands nature reserve, Mandra peat-bog, an area of great biodiversity, the Orthodox Church built in 1779, which was declared a historical monument, the surrounding forests with rich and varied flora and fauna. Tourists can also take one-day mountain trips and enjoy the multiple activities offered by the Mountains of Fagaras.


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