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Targu Mures is located in north-central area of Romania is located at the intersection of three geographical areas of Transylvania Plain, Niraj Mures Valley and Valley at an altitude of about 320 m above sea level. Built initially on the lower terrace on the left river Mures, the city has developed over time and occupying the slopes and hills. Presently, the city lies on both sides of the river Mures and Corneşti hills and studying.
Excavations carried out by archaeologist Stephen Kovacs confirmed that the city's territory Targu Mures was inhabited since prehistory. They discovered a series of prehistoric dwellings, remains of bones, pottery, flint and bronze objects, small statues dated to the 2000 Earth BC. The archaeological excavations Ch revealed traces of Stone Age human polished to the bronze and iron, were discovered vestiges of the old Cris culture neolithic culture in Romania.
Archaeological discoveries from Cristeşti, City of Moreşti, Cipau, Santana de Mures proving continuity of the native population after the Aurelian withdrawal. Near the city of Targu Mures Moreşti confirms the existence of some form of administrative organization at the time of invasion of migratory tribes.
In 1332 - 1370 Targu Mures appear in the tithe records of Popes as Siculorum Forum Novum (New Fair of Szeklers), then the degrees of Louis I. Also the city can be found in historiography as ungurescă Székelyvásárhely or Vásárhelyi.
Tamás Borsos In 1616, the mayor, received the Gabriel Bethlen, Prince of Transylvania, the rank of town for the city and also is fixed and the Hungarian name Marosvásárhely.
In 1786 it established the first printing house in Targu Mures.
In 1848 the city supported the Hungarian revolutionaries, and in November Targu Mures Habsburg troops occupied the Székely soldiers.
End of 1989 found the city filled with fever desire for change. The communist regime, as in other cities of the country is viewed with hostility, so that when the collapse of communism gave the Timisoara tone was heard across the country, mureşenii and they brought their contribution to the demolition of old structures.
On February 22, 2000 as a sign of reverence for the sacrifices and heroism shown to fight for victory in the Revolution of December 1989, the city of Targu Mures city is declared a martyr.
Tirgu Mures has a very rich offer in terms of specific tourism activities. Besides recreation, the city's population or tourists have provided a number of objectives that can be known history of visits to places and people living in this area.
Targu Mures Although not particularly old buildings have been preserved, the city passed through several fires over time, the old city manages to keep its medieval air, at least in the central city. Here in Rose market, a series of beautifully decorated buildings, reminiscent of the old medieval market town or booming during the interwar period.
Targu Mures | Targu Mures is located in north-central area of Romania is located at the intersection of three geographical areas of Transylvania Plain, Niraj Mures Valley and Valley at an altitude of about 320 m above sea level
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