Cluj-Napoca


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Cluj-Na·po·ca

 (klo͝ozh′nä-pô′kä)
A city of west-central Romania northwest of Bucharest. It was founded by German colonists in the 12th century and became part of Romania in 1920.

Cluj-Na•po•ca

(ˈklʊʒ nɑˈpɔ kɑ)

n.
a city in NW Romania. 318,000. Hungarian, Kolozsvár. Formerly, Cluj (klo͝ozh).
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The Hungarian airline is now flying to Cluj-Napoca in the north west of the country.
Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air has announced the relaunch of a direct route to Romania's Cluj-Napoca from Birmingham Airport.
Although it is not so aged to write his memories and it has been known rather as a biblical researcher (through works like: Chirila 2009; Chirila 2002; Chirila 2003; Chirila 2001; Chirila 2010; Chirila 2000; Chirila 1999a; Chirila 1997; Chirila 2000; Chirila 1999), preacher (Chirila 2017a), or poet (Chirila 2014; Chirila 2016), essayist (Chirila 2017), or, recently, through his iconographical approaches (Chirila, Pasca-Tusa, Popa-Bota, Trif 2018, 96-108), Ioan Chirila, Orthodox priest who teaches at the Faculty of Orthodox Theology from "Babes-Bolyai" University in Cluj-Napoca, accepts the challenge of Diana Suciu and speaks about himself and his experience as student, professor and pilgrim in Israel.
TO CELEBRATE Blue Air offering flights to Romania from Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA), the airline is giving ECHO readers the chance to win two return flights to Cluj-Napoca, Transylvania's unofficial capital, as well as accommodation located in Cluj-Napoca.
Cluj-Napoca is the unofficial capital of Romania's Transylvania region, which has long been linked with the legend of Count Dracula, and is around the same size as Coventry.
Located in Cluj-Napoca, a popular tourism destination, the new build 109 guestroom hotel makes for a superb base from which to explore the region made famous by Bram Stoker's Count Dracula.
Wizz Air, a European budget carrier, yesterday announced that Cluj-Napoca Airport will be closed between 12 May 08:00 and 16 May 08:00.
ING Group (NYSE: ING) has announced that it has closed its regional service centre in Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
During the last decade, in Cluj-Napoca city the auto park substantially increased and the noise pollution problem is of high actuality.
Based in Cluj-Napoca, a fast-growing information hub in Transylvania, the former railworkers club were playing in Dibision Three six years ago.
Price decreases for studios located in apartment blocks built before 1989, were also reported in Bucharest (-5.2 percent EUR 1,085/sqm), Cluj-Napoca (-2.2 percent, EUR 998/sqm), Timisoara (-0.9 percent, EUR 852/sqm).