Turda


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Turda

 

a city in Rumania, in Cluj District. Population, 53,200 (1974). Turda is an important center for the manufacture of ceramic products and building materials, such as cement, lime, brick, and reinforced concrete. The city has a plant that produces chlorine and soda. Industries include metalworking and food processing.

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Birinci turda yuz yuze gorusme, arastirma hakkinda bilgilendirme, degerlendirmelerin kendisine tekrar donecegini ifade etme, daha sonraki turlara yanit verme oranini arttirmaktadir.
In the southern part the area is bounded by Turda Street which intersects with Ion Mihalache Boulevard and Calea Grivitei Road (DN 7).
In order to understand how the racial past influences the present, authors Marius Turda and Maria Sophia Quine (both affiliated with the Centre for Medical Humanities at Oxford Brookes University, UK) analyze the historical, political, scientific, and cultural roots of ideas about race in Europe.
Some of the museums, such as The Black Church in Brasov, Turda Salt Mine near Cluj Napoca or Astra Museum of Traditional Folk Civilization in Sibiu have ramps or elevators and accessible toilets.
On the occasion of Marcomanic wars the emperor Marcus Aurelius transferred in Dacia the 5th legion Macedonica, establishing its garrison at Potaissa (today Turda, Cluj county).
Trosan et al., "Scientific investigation of the Imperial Gates belonging to the wooden church from Sacel, Turda County, Romania," Spectrochimica Acta--Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, vol.
There are numerous villages subordinated to the three main wine-growing centres--explained by the latter's superior possibility of processing, stocking and distribution of the products: Lunca Mures, Noslac, Uioara, Ocna Mures, Farau, Unirea, Miraslau, Livezile, Aiud, Radesti, Lopadea Noua, Hoparta, Sancrai, Ciumbrud, Bagau, Beta, Ciuguzel and Gambas for the wine-growing centre of Aiud; Campia Turzii, Mihai Viteazu, Turda, Viisoara, Moldovenesti, Tureni, Plocos, Aiton, Copaceni, Sandulesti, Calarasi and Luna for Turda; Tritenii de Jos, Frata, Ceanu Mare and Boldut for Triteni.
Turda, Romania, December 21, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Known as The Old Ladies Road - Transbucegi is a narrow, sinuous road leading up to Bucegi Plateau, close to The Old Ladies and The Sphinx - famous Romanian rock formations shaped by the Wind.
38-55 ["Pact for 'Eternal Friendship,' or Has Bulgarian-Yugoslav Togetherness Been Accomplished"]; Marius Turda, "National Historiographies in the Balkans, 1830-1989," in Stefan Berger and Chris Lorenz, eds., The Contested Nation: Ethnicity, Class, Religion, and Gender in National Histories, Writing the Nation Series (Basingstoke, U.K., and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008; repr., 2011); and Frederick B.
Meanwhile, 19 of those hurt were identified as Arcenio Jacaba, Joel Divinagracia, Samuel Siriban, Rochel Kayas, Romeo Gabatin, Mark Jefferson Tuano, Aaron Judah Turda, Ernesto Africa, Kimber Sarmiento, Nimrod Cabulong, Alberto Babun, Ma.