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Cluj

(klʊʃ; kluːʒ)
n
(Placename) an industrial city in NW Romania, on the Someşul-Mic River: former capital of Transylvania. Pop: 297 000 (2005 est). German name: Klausenburg Hungarian name: Kolozsvár
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TOURISTS are being given the chance to travel to the heart of Transylvania with a new route being launched from Birmingham Airport to Romania's second largest city Cluj.
Blue Air, one of Romania's leading carriers, has announced a new thrice-weekly flight service from Birmingham to Cluj, the second largest city in Romania.
Cluj finished in the bottom half but, conversely, finished strongly in the relegation round.
The Cluj IT Cluster announced its intention to create an Open Data platform in Romania that should allow free access to the information posted by governmental agencies and make possible to have consultations with citizens and the business environment.
Man Utd 0 Cluj 1 MANCHESTER UNITED were humiliated ahead of Sunday's derby when they lost to the Romanian minnows Cluj.
With the visitors to Old Trafford, CFR Cluj, needing a result to stand a chance of making it through to the knockout phase for the first time, though, United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is aware of his responsibilities to the competition.
NEMANJA VIDIC could be a shock contender for the Manchester derby next Sunday - if he comes through a planned start against CFR Cluj on Wednesday.
However, Ferguson dashed any suggestion Cluj may end up facing a substantially stronger team.
BE[pounds sterling]KREE[currency] (CyHAN)- With already qualified leader Manchester United winning 3-1 at Braga, Galatasaray moved up from last to second place, Cluj dropped from second place to third and Braga from third to last.
Auto Business News-February 7, 2012--Tata Motors Limited to produce cars in Cluj, Romania(C)1994-2012 ENPublishing - http://www.
The decision follows the airline's recent dispute with Cluj Airport management, which announced the introduction of new additional airport charges.
UK property investor Carpathian (LON:CPT) said Tuesday it has struck a deal to sell some of its subsidiaries, which own the Arad and Cluj development sites in Romania, for "nominal sums" to Glarstyle Limited.