Eitiltí go Oradea (OMR)
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The history of the city of Oradea is a long and interesting one. It was first settled by the Celts in the 4th century BC, and it was known as Arad. The Roman Empire conquered the city in the 1st century AD, and it was renamed Oradea. The city flourished under the Romans, and it became an important cultural and economic center. The city was captured by the Huns in the 5th century AD, and it was later conquered by the Magyars in the 9th century AD. The city passed into the hands of the Ottoman Empire in the 16th century AD, and it remained under Ottoman rule until the late 19th century. The city was liberated from Ottoman rule in 1867, and it became part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The city flourished under Austro-Hungarian rule, and it became an important industrial center. The city was partitioned between Hungary and Romania after World War I, and it became part of Romania. The city suffered heavy damage during World War II, but it was rebuilt after the war. The city became part of Romania again after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.
Oradea is a city in northwestern Romania. It is the capital of Bihor County and the seat of the Bihor Local Council.
What makes the city of Oradea unique is that it is the only city in the world that is bilingual, speaking both Romanian and Hungarian.
The most popular attractions in the city of Oradea are: The Palace of Culture, The Great Synagogue, The Catholic Cathedral, The Orthodox Cathedral, The Banffy Palace, The Oradea Fortress, The Cetățuia Park, The Central Park, The Iza River.
The best attraction in the city of Oradea is the Cetatea Oradea.
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