By Glau Gasparetto and Thaís Lopes Aidar
In Transylvania, the famous region of Romania, what draws attention are not only the gothic legends – did someone mention Dracula? -but also the resignation of the spaces.
There, a disused underground salt mine was transformed into a park with several attractions.
The Salina Turda attracts visitors from the region and tourists worldwide interested in the unique scenery.
Located in Turda, a town in Romania’s Cluj district, Salina is about 40 kilometers from Cluj-Napoca, roughly 450 kilometers from Bucharest, and 280 kilometers from Bran, home of Dracula Castle.
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