Latest News | Úz valley military cemetery

  • Animal remains, not Romanian soldier’s bones in Úz Valley

    transylvanianow.com - February 4, 2020 | Orsi Sarány Last year, the biggest interethnic conflict of Romania, between the Hungarian and Romanians living in the country, was triggered by the problems surrounding the Úz Valley cemetery, more...

  • Multinational delegation visits Úz Valley military graveyard

    transylvanianow.com - November 7, 2019 | István Fekete Delegations from Hungary, Germany, Russia, and Romania participated in an official on-site counseling meeting initiated by the Romanian National Office of Heroes’ Cult (ONCE) at the Úz Valley...

  • Exhibition of “civilian” WWI photographs from Úz Valley

    transylvanianow.com - October 31, 2019 | Attila Szoó The everyday life of WWI soldiers – especially their “civilian” moments – came to life via pictures exhibited in October for a limited time of just six days at the Csíkszereda/Miercurea Ciuc County Hall Gallery....

  • Prefect files lawsuits against Dărmănești over Úz Valley illegalities

    transylvanianow.com - October 28, 2019 | István Fekete The Bacău county prefect Valentin Ivancea has attacked the Dărmănești local council’s decision to hijack the Úz Valley cemetery (and adjacent land) from the Csíkszentmárton local authority. It...

  • Romanians decorated for “occupation” of Austro-Hungarian cemetery

    transylvanianow.com - October 28, 2019 | Attila Szoó Last Friday, the mayor of Dărmănești (Dormánfalva in Hungarian), Constantin Toma, decorated those who were the first to enter the Austro-Hungarian military graveyard of Úz Valley on June 6 after...

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