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Major airports located in: Cluj (CLJ) - (SBZ) - Mures (TGM) - with service to the region: Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa, Tarom, Wiz Air There are several daily trains and buses from/to Bucharest and other major cities in Romania to Transylvania region.

About the name: Transylvania or Transilvania (from Latin – "the land beyond the forest") Location: Central Romania - surrounded by the arc of the Carpathian mountain chain Area: 34,177 sq miles Population: Approximately 5 million Main cities: Alba Iulia, Bistrita, Brasov, Cluj Napoca, Medias, Miercurea Ciuc, Sebes, Sibiu, Sighisoara, Targu Mures Transylvania is home to some of Europe's best-preserved medieval towns, most notably Brasov, featuring Old Saxon architecture and citadel ruins; Sibiu with its cobblestone streets and pastel-colored houses, and Sighisoara, adorned with a hilltop citadel, secret passageways and a 14th century clock tower.

Tiny shops offer antiques and fine hand-made products by local artisans and artists.

With its cool climate and sloped terrain that stretch from the Tarnava Mare to the Tarnava Mica rivers, Tarnave is ideal for fruity white grapes with mild acidity.

The area has a long tradition of producing excellent dry, and medium-dry flavored wines such as Feteasca Alba, Feteasca Regala, Sauvignon Blanc, Muscat Ottonel, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Traminer.

Meats, such as pork, mutton, veal, are among the most popular ingredient in Transylvania's cuisine.

The soups, to which sour cream and egg yolk are ofted added, also include flour dumplings or homemade pasta.

The Apuseni Mountains with Scarisoara and Focul Viu glaciers, Chiscau Bears' Cave and Vartop Cave as well as other 400 caves.

Unification Museum in Alba Iulia Ethnographic Museum in Brasov Art Museum in Brasov Brasov History Museum Weavers' Bastion Museum in Brasov Ethnographic Museum of Transylvania in Cluj National Art Museum in Cluj – collections of weaponry and Romanian paintings dating from the Middle Ages National History Museum of Transylvania in Cluj Skezely Museum in Miercurea Ciuc ASTRA Museum of Traditions and Folk Art (ASTRA) in Sibiu – original dwellings, workshops, and churches from around the country Bruckental Museum in Sibiu – Transylvania's finest art museum History Museum in Sighisoara, featuring the Torture Room Brasov: National Theate, State Philharmonic Sibiu Targu Mures: Philharmonic Orchestra at the Hall of Mirrors Apuseni Nature Park – caver's paradise Gradistea Muncelului-Cioclovina Nature Park - site of the Sarmisegetuza archaeological ruins Piatra Craiului National Park – spectacular rocky steep walls, virgin forests, and one of the world's deepest underground abysses (Coltii Grindului shaft, - 1771 feet) Biking, Camping, Caving, Climbing, Fishing, Hiking, Nature walks, Rafting, Skiing, Wildlife and Bird Watching Transylvania's cuisine displays a variety of flavors with dishes spiced with thyme, red pepper or tarragon.

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The Stone Age is a broad prehistoric period during which stone was widely used to make implements with a sharp edge, a point, or a percussion surface.

The period lasted roughly 3.4 million years, and ended between 4500 BC and 2000 BC with the advent of metalworking.

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