Coordenadas 1144

Fecha de subida 23 de febrero de 2015

81 m
-3 m
234,94 km

Vista 614 veces, descargada 1 veces

cerca de Şase Martie, Tulcea (România)

A pleasant route that connects two activities: cycling and kayaking. A form of slow tourism through which you can know the Delta and all its wonders, closely.

Day 1 – Arrival in Jurilovca

Day 2 – Jurilovca-Enisala - 17 km by bike/9 km by kayak

Day 3 – Enisala-Dunavatul de Jos – 55 km by bike

Day 4 – Dunavatul de Jos-Black Sea shore – 35 km by kayak

Day 5 - Black Sea shore-Dranov channel – 20 km by kayak

Day 6 - Dranov channel-Dunavatul de Jos – 27 km by kayak

Day 7 – Dunavatul de Jos-Jurilovca – 72 km by bike

Day 8 - Leaving Jurilovca
Heracleea Stronghold placed on the hill that dominates the surroundings of Enisala village, at the crossroads of some important water and land roads. The stronghold was built by the Byzantine Imperial power and by the Genovian commercial one at the end of the XIIIth and the beginning of the XIVth century. During Mircea cel Batran’s ruling the stronghold was owned by Tara Romaneasca and at the end of his ruling when Dobrogea was conquered by the Turks, an ottoman military guard house established in the stronghold. As an architectural element the main gate’s bastion is imposing, with a double arcade followed by a blind one. In the 90’s the stronghold was the object of an ample restoration process.
The paleologic and geologic reservation from Agighiol the only reservation of sea fossiles from Europe is well-known for the reachness in fossile fauna especially anonits And for the fossile point with ichtisauri recently discovered by proffesor Eugen Gradinaru.
Saratura I,II,III lakes from the natural reservation of Murighiol have black terapeutic sapropelic mud. The water of Saratura I lake is terapeutic due to the mineralization with a averahe of 6.7% g/l. Saratura III lake is also known as Lacul Sarat (the Salty Lake) and it was declared a natural reservation of biological interest.
The antic city of Halmyris, placed at 2.5 km east from the Murighiol village in the place knows as “Bataraia”, “Geneviz-Kaleh”, “The Stronghold” or “The Sshorel Stronghold” on the road that leads from Tulcea to Duvesseltul de Jos. The archeological researches that took place here starting with the year 1981 brought to light a roman settlement built in an area with inhabitance traces from the VI-Vth and IV/III-II/I centuries BC that knew mannier levels in its evolution: roman fortification from dry land (the last quarter of the Ist century) rock camp -Headquarter of the I Italica and XI Claudia Pia Fidelis Legions and station of Classis Flavia Moesica fleet-the beginning of the IInd century- the third quarter of the IIIrd century; late roman stronghold- the third quarter of the IIIrd century- the first quarter of the VIIth century. The Romano-Byzantine stronghold has a trapezoidal shape, with a surface of approximately 2 ha, with 15 towers, three gates and three protection waves.
The museum of Peasantry Household from Enisala represents a synthesis of traditional household from Northern Dobrogea, the area of Razim Lake, from the beginning of the XXth century. The architectural assembly contains the house with chiller and some annex typical for this area: the kitchen and the summer cooker, the anishores’ stable, the cote lean-tos the fountain. There can be seen: agricultural instruments, dobrogenian painted cart, fishing tools, cooperage tools and products, smithy, culture of bees, pottery, instruments for house making textiles’ industry. The inside of the house reveals the beauty and the wealth of the traditional fabrics being organized in its traditional variant.


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