Prof. Emil Aluaş, the Founder-President of the Pro West Foundation in Cluj-Napoca, in partnership with the Association Korzo, invites you at the project: “Tourist in Cluj: 700 years of history in terms of tourism” that would take place on Saturday, 19th of March, starting with 11 a.m. in the Diet Hall (Reduta) of the Transylvanian Museum of Ethnography (Memorandum Street no. 21). After student Szilágyi Adrien Rebeka’s brief presentation (cultural tourism specialization, Faculty of History, BBU), the public is invited to a thematical walk throughout the city being guided by Kerekes Etelka, a tourist guide. The highlights would be Matthias Corvin House, St. Michael Church, Reformed church on Kogălniceanu Street (Farkas) and the Tailor’s Tower.
The participation at the event is free of charge.
Sponsors: Romanian Lottery, Napolact, Farmec.
Partner: Transylvanian Museum of Ethnography.
Media Parteners: Paprika Radio, Szabadság, Krónika, Cluj Radio, TVR3 Cluj, TVM1 (Hungary), Cluj Gazette, Agero, Stuttgart (Germania).
Prof. Emil Aluaş
Founder - President
PRO WEST Foundation