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CRISUL REPEDE VALLEY

It is an area crossed by the river Crisul Repede, a real spinal column of these parts and maybe the most known among the three rivers. Its course crosses both a part of the Padurea Craiului Mountains and a plain area, in order to reach its climax right in Oradea. The magic of the trip combines the landscapes beauty with the permanent temptation of the mountain and numerous routes coming down off its karstic plateaus which are also housing human settlements. It certainly is one of the most interesting combinations between human and nature in Bihor County. Obiective turistice din valea Crisului Repede.

   Touristic objectives in Crisul Repede Valley
   The major touristic objectives are located along the Crisul Repedes route in Bihor. The attractions follow the main roads in the area (DN1-E60) from Oradea to Cluj-Napoca and the county road Tileagd - Astileu - Vadu Crisului - Bulz - Stana de Vale.

   Route no. 1: Oradea - Osorhei - Tileagd - Alesd - Borod - Cornitel
   Osorhei: The Reformed Church in gothic style with its 1673 bell; Fughiu: Reformed Church, roman style, 18th century; Ineu: dam lake; Tileagd: Gothic style church built in 1507; Teleki Castle 1848; a model of taxus (Taxus baccata) natural monument; dam lake; Urvind: Reformed Church from the 17th century; Lugasu de Jos: Orthodox Church “Nasterea Maicii Domnului” (17th century); dam lake; Lugasu de Sus: the Wooden Church “Buna Vestire”, 18th century, with its painted shrine doors. Fossiliferous site “Gruiul Pietrii”, with marine reptiles from the Triassic – palaeontological protected area; Alesd: the Reformed Church holds a silver cup dated back in 1649; Batthyanyi Castle 19th century, with a beautiful baroque balcony; Letay Castle; dam lake; Tinaud: Orthodox Church “Sf. Dumitru”, 1659; Grosi: trout fishery on Grosilor Valley; Auseu: water mill, mid 19th century; Gheghie: Wooden Church “Sf. Apostoli Petru si Pavel”, 18th century, the interior paintings from mid 18th century; Petre Bodeuts popular art collection; Zichy hunting castle, built in 1860; Luncsoara: wooden church “Sf. Gheorghe”, 18th century, the paintings distinguish themselves through their great surfaces of narration, the compositional richness of the scenes, the motifs variety, the sarcasm and humor by means of which some morals are “whipped” on the scenes in the narthex. The church houses a chest to keep in the canonicals, handcrafted by the slovak artisans in the mid 18th century, traditional architecture and water mill; Borozel: water mill built in the 19th century; Borod: two water mills, 19th century; Delureni: Wooden Church “Sf. Arhangeli” 1723.

   Route no. 2: Tileagd - Chistag - Astileu - Josani - Vadu Crisului - Suncuius - Bratca - Bulz - Stana de Vale
   Tileagd (see Route no. 1); Posoloaca: Reformed Church, 1785; Tetchea: castle, 19th century. Astileu, “Lordly House” - 18th century; the caves in Valea Morilor; the water cave in Astileu; the cave under the Big Table; Cave: Igrita Caves, Pisnitei Waterfall; Cacuciu Nou: church, 18th century; Josani: Wooden Church “Sf.Arhangheli” 18th century, old cult books. Dobricionesti: trout farm, Izbucul de la Moara Conii Cave; Birtin: Birtin Big Cave; Condrovici Cave; Tomnatic: Batranului Cave; Vadu Crisului: Crisului Gorge Mixed Reservation; Vadu Crisului Cave which is electrified and can be visited in the presence of a guide; Casa Zmeului Cave; Vama Sarii Fair (first Sunday in June); pottery artisans in white ceramics; palaeontological reservation in Dinamitiera with Jurassic cephalopoda: ammonites and belemnites; Suncuius: Iron Age fortification, located on the Simionului Hill; Palaeobotanical reservation on Recea Hill, with plants from the Inferior Liasic, in refractory clays, the Wind Cave; the Hungarian’s Cave (0.55 km in length) is electrified and can be visited in the presence of a guide; Moanei Cave; Misidului Gorge, natural mixed reservation with caves, cavern fauna and fossiliferous sites; Balnaca: Piatra Soimului Caves; Bratca: water mill; Sancuta Cave; Damis: two water mills - 19th and 20th centuries; architecture and traditional popular customs; bugle violin players; Ponoras cave (spelaeological reservation); Stanul Ciutii Cave; Intorsuri Cave; Pascalau Cave; Valea Crisului (Valea Nagra): Wooden Church “Sf. Arhangeli”- 1795, architecture and traditional popular customs; fossiliferous sites; Lorau: Boiului Cave; Boiului Valley and Waterfall; Bulz: at no. 116 there is a complex of peasant industry composed of a water mill, a mill machine for peasant coats and a whirligig, all three of them engaged by the waters of Iadului Valley; architecture and traditional popular customs; Bulz Water Cave; Ponoare: karstic phenomena on the Ponoare Plateau (sinkholes, slopes, caves); Cociului Cave; Munteni: architecture and traditional popular customs; barrier lake located on the Iadului Valley; Remeti: very old water mill; over 250 caves: Dealul Lelii Caves, Crystal Cave, Water Line, with water in Remeti, Pobraz, Fata Arsa, Mihailui Hill and Gruiul Jderului. The water cave in Lesului Valley is a spelaelogical reservation; Lesu Ursului lake barrier lake, touristic and entertainment facilities; Carpathian Lilac Reservation (Syringa josikaea), rare endemic species. In the woods one often can find the lynx (Lynx lynx), species declared natural monument; Stana de Vale: mountain touristic spa; Botanic Reservation of Buteasa Peak (1792 m); numerous botanical rarities such as: columnar spruce or mountain marsh marigolds, Iadolina and Iedutului waterfalls, the Wonder Spring, a still water source.

   Route no. 3: Osorhei - Alparea - Surduc
   Osorhei (see route no.1); Alparea: the narcissus wood, botanical reservation (2 ha); Bucuroaia: Wooden Church “Adormirea Maicii Domnului”- 1754; Copacel: popular architecture; peasant granges with entrance in the barnyard, and pillars having geometrical forms at the base; Copacel Cave; Surduc: Wooden Church “Adormirea maicii Domnului”-1782.

   Route no. 4: Tileagd - Varciorog - Fasca - Subpiatra
   Tileagd
(see route no.1); Tilecus: Wooden Church “Sf. Arhangeli” 1785, with paintings dating back in 1793; Borsa: Wooden Church “Sf. Arhangeli”- 17th century; Varciorog, Wooden Church “Sf. Arhangeli” 1742; Osoi Cave, Stanul Biserica Gorge and Child’s Valley Gorge, with numerous caves located in the slopes ; Surducel: Biserica Huta, Handrii, Urzicarului Caves and sinkholes in Ciungii Chicului and Frantura Surdului; chestnut wood; Fasca: Wooden Church “Sf. Arhangeli”; architecture and traditional popular customs; Paraul Fastii Cave; Subpiatra: Subpiatra Cave, Wooden Church “Adormirea Maicii Domnului” 18th century; Hotar: Wooden Church “Sf. Gheorghe” 1714; traditional textiles and carol customs.

   Route no. 5: Alesd - Padurea Neagra - Sinteu
   Pestis: Piatra Jurcoaiei Cave (Valea Morii); the Cave Under the Piatra Soimului Fortress; Wooden Church Buna Vestire - 18th century; Piatra Soimului Fortress - Solyomkovar (Pestis) 1306 ; Padurea Neagra: the oldest glass factory in Romania, Poiana Florilor Castle (nun convent at the moment) was built between 1891-1894 on the edge of Rez Mountains (Plopis); Sinteu: traditional folk events, the Slovaks Fair in Huta (August), May Celebration, Potato Ball (October).

 

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