In 1568 John II Sigismund Zápolya, Prince of Transylvania, issued the Edict of Turda here first decree of religious freedom in the modern history of Europe.
Turda, you can visit: The Roman Potaissa of the Citadel, Princely Palace (Museum of History), Calvinist Reformed Church in TurdaOld Calvinist Reformed Church in TurdaNine Nine Turda, Turda Roman Catholic Church the Center, in Turda Orthodox Cathedral the Centre, the Municipal Theatre in Turda the Center or Tomb of Michael the Brave located on Rich street.
If you are in Turda, do not miss the opportunity to visit Turda Gorge! Nature Reserve is just 6 km away from the city, is known for a rare wild karst landscape: stone towers, cliffs and steep rocky gullies, debris, sharp ridges, arches, and more.Immagine

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