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Viseu de Jos commune is located in the south-east of Maramures Depression, settled on both sides of the Viseu River, at a distance of 117 km of county, city of Baia Mare and at a distance of 6 km from Viseu de Sus at a medium altitude, with an area of 5,600 ha. Viseu de Jos is composed of a single locality, namely Viseu de Jos, free and neighboring villages belonging to Viseu de Sus, Upper Salistea south, south-west by Bogdan Voda, east Rozavlea north Leordina-west to north under Ruscova and Mountain Meadows.
Viseu de Jos, the settlement is documented in 1353, the year recorded in several documents written as free village inhabited by kniezates and princes. By the act of possession of Bogdan Voda Viseu de Jos attesting to the existence even before 1353, which was held as part of the principality of Bogdăneşti valley. Viseu de Jos currently has a population of 5515 inhabitants (the last census), their main occupation is agriculture, livestock and wood.
Geology in the municipality meet the following formations: metamorphic rocks, which form the basis petrographic area with tough constitution, as represented by Oligocene sandstones with alternations of clay and shale, sedimentary, with sporadic occurrence, being composed of sandstones, marly-clays, conglomerate, limestone, Quaternary, valleys and terraces, and alluvial deposits are represented by deluvionale, consisting of sand and gravel, covered with clays. Petrographic constitution is tough, made of Oligocene sandstones with alternations of clay and shale.
May appear meadows, composed of silt, sand and gravel and covered with gravel terraces consist of clays, which accompanies the Viseu Valley.
The hydrographic network is represented by one character Viseu River mountain, especially between the rich flow of melting snow, but with significant level changes from one period to another year and its tributaries on the northern and southern slopes, which Torrential rains and during spring floods. Acidic soils predominate, podzolic and podzolic brown soils, eroded slopes of the hills inclined. Existing mineral water springs in the village show even a former volcanic activity, and rich deposits of Polimet Waser Valley are evidence of past volcanic eruptions.
The climate is typical of depression, characterized by low temperatures (annual average is 7.6 C and -31 C minimum) and rainfall, annual average was 830 mm.
The connection is made with the county highway both ways, ie DN 18 (Baia Mare - Borsa) and DJ 188 (Viseu de Jos - Bogdan Voda), upgraded in good working order and on track with normal acartament (Sighet - Borsa).
''Wood "and" water "are two words that best define Maramures. History, tradition and life are carved in wood Maramures churches and gates, and many streams are spread throughout the area, like a spider web, forming valleys known: Mara, Iza, Viseu and Vaser. Among these, of particular interest to tourists is the Vaser Valley, crossing the mountains of Maramures in the middle of one of the most beautiful and wild landscapes of Romania. Vaser River is about 60 km long, forming a spectacular valley, a canyon, where steep cliffs alternate with dense forests, beautiful meadows and springs with mineral water.
Viseu De Jos | Viseu de Jos commune is located in the south-east of Maramures Depression, settled on both sides of the Viseu River, at a distance of 117 km of county, city of Baia Mare and at a distance of 6 km from Viseu de Sus at a medium altitude, with an area of
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