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1. Nalatvad park

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2. The Green Paradise

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3. Amara dendrological park

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Short Description: The dendrological park of Amara occupies an area of 64 hectares, and can be considered a real green paradise.

4. Arcalia dendrological park

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5. Balc dendrological park

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6. Arboretum

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7. Braesti dendrological park

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8. Parcul dendrologic Dofteana

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Short Description: The second forestry collection in Romania, after Simeria Arboretum

9. Sylva Arboretum

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Short Description: In the park set up in 1970, various large trees and plants were brought and planted from other countries and even from overseas.

10. Parcul Dendrologic Gurghiu

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11. Hemeius Dendrology Park

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12. Macea Arboretum

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Short Description: The natural reserve located in the village of Macrea, near county road 709J, with an area of 20.50 ha.

13. Bazos Arboretum

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Short Description: The Basoş dendrological reserve is spread over 60 hectares, at the border of Bazoşu Nou and Bucovăţ, Timiş.

14. Arboretum with Chamaecyparis lawsoniana

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Short Description: The Chamaecyparis lawsoniana tree is located in Sangeorgiu de Mures, on the administrative territory of Fantanele commune, the village of Sangeorgiu de Padure.

15. Arboretum Simeria

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Short Description: Arboretum Simeria is the largest dendrological park in Romania, with over 70 hectares, being the 3rd in Europe and 11 in the world.

16. Beech stands from Raul Mic

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Short Description: Many trees are between 110 and 160 years of age. The trees have an impressive diameter of up to one meter and heights of 35 meters.

17. Edible chestnut tree from Baia Mare

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Short Description: According to some researchers it seems that this tree was brought to our country in Maramures by the Greek monks or the Romanian colonists, the presence of which was documented in the XIV century.

18. Dendrological park Gura Humorului

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19. Bazos Arboretum Nature Reserve

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20. Dendrological Park Roman Catholic Cemetery

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