Ținutul Reghinului | Reener Ländchen

Traffic plan of Reghin 1977, elaborated by Institutul de Proiectare Județean Mureș, as Traffic study for cities and towns of Mureș county.

Scale 1:5000

Source: Townhall of Reghin

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Reghin_Planul organizarii circulatiei_5000_1977_s

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Local action groups around Reghin and in Mureș county, including some communities of neighbour counties.

open data source:AFIR and ANCPI

map author: Klaus Birthler

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Main proposals for Reghin area:

  • Modified bypass of Reghin
  • Development of Apalinei street as urban street
  • Electrification of the Railway
  • Development of the road towards Gurghiu as a touristical road
  • Development of old aerodrome nea Mocear Forest

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source: Mureș County Council www.cjmures.ro/Hotariri/Hot2012/Patj/CUPRINS2012.htm

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Published in: TRANSYLVANIAN REVIEW, Vol. XX, Supplement No. 4, 2011

Author: Dr. Dorin-Ioan Rus

THE AIM of the present article is to reveal the manner in which the authors of this chronicle viewed the world and the environment, on the one hand, and to analyze the perception of natural phenomena in a family chronicle, on the other.

The chronicle of the Elsen family, entitled “Familienbuch und Hauschronik des Herrn Samuel Elsen, Tischlermeister (und Turner) in Sächsisch-Regen,” extends over the period 1704-1853, and it is authored by several of its members. There was a copy of the original manuscript which was initially owned by Professor Hellwig1, but which later came in the ownership of Helmut Czoppelt.2 The latter, during his large-scale data collection on the town of Reghin, managed to make a transcription of the manuscript on four A3 format typewritten sheets. The new manuscript can be found at the Siebenbürgische Bibliothek/Archiv, Nachlaß Helmut Czoppelt, Sächsisch-Regen, Band 8, A VIII 169, A2244.

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