Academia Română, Filiala Cluj, Colectivul de Geografie,
str. Republicii nr.9, Cluj-Napoca, România.
Religious touristic potential in the Getic Subcarpathians (Olt – Olteţ sector)
morphology and the other conditions, climate, fluid, soil, biogeographically
have created a favorable climate for the emergence and development of
settlements. Valleys, small depressions in contact with the mountain,
depressions between hills, meadows rivers were the main points of attraction in
the establishment of settlements. With the advent and evolution of settlements
occurred in the landscape and facilities of public interest generated by the
needs of the population. Monastic settlements occurred in the spiritual need of
people to have a place to find peace of mind to reflect on the facts good or
bad, to clear their thoughts clear, however making them through the call to
As token of gratitude brought divinity, people have dedicated place of worship which vary in size from the hermitage to the monastery, according to the material and the possibility of historical conjuncture. The Getic Subcarpathians have spread along them many places of worship. Monasteries and hermitages are different, by the numeric character and architectural monuments of anthropogenic nature.
Cuvinte cheie: turism religios, flux turistic, infrastructură, Subcarpaţii Getici.
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