Stopped by on a Sunday afternoon and the front gate was closed. I was quite disappointed, but a friendly gentleman let me in to take a look around although the interiors of all the buildings wouldn't be accessible. Once you are inside the park, it feels like you have changed the location and the era. It is nice and quiet in the park, with lovely fields surrounding the buildings. The park has done a great job painstakingly collecting, dismantling and resurrecting the historical buildings from around the region. The buildings match quite well although they are from different locales. Even if you are just passing by Cluj, I would recommend a visit.
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