Deva Citadel

Historical and architectural monument, the medieval fortress of Deva (Hungarian: Déva vára, German: Diemricher Burg) was built in the middle of the 13th century on the Citadel Hill, a volcanic cone with an altitude of 378 m. With its special strategic position, the fortress guarded from the height

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The castle is located in the center of Hunedoara County, in the south-western part of Hunedoara, on the last eastern branches of Poiana Rusca Mountains. In absolute coordinates, the castle has the following position: 45 ° 44 'north latitude and 22 ° 53' east. Access can be made via DE 7 to the village

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