PROPOSAL AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AGROTOURIST ROUTE "SALT ROAD" ON THE MURES RIVER

Cornelia Petroman, Ioan Pet, Diana Marin, Ioan Petroman

Abstract


Reinventing the route "salt road" has the purpose to promote through cultural tourism, ecotourism, rural tourism and agrotourism, natural and anthropic resources on the navigable part of Mures River between the localities Bulci and Igris with possibilities for cross-border expansion until this river flows into Tisa and upstream to Alba Iulia, because the historical sources make reference to this occupation regarding salt trade since the time of Ahtum, the master of Urbs Morisena, and the existence of some traces of Christian life of Eastern rite at Cenad, Igris and Bulci. The most significant and accurate news about the Romanians living in the Western Region of Romania (Timis and Arad) in the Middle Age, of Turkish and Austro-Hungarian oppression are included in the Hungarian chronicles and other large works, which attest the transport of salt on Mures, even since the year 1138.

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