Built in the second half of the XIXth century, the Transylvania Building is an example of an eclectic style building.
The County Directorate for Culture Building was erected around 1900 and had a commercial purpose for most of its existence
The Town hall of Zalău was built during 1872 – 1889, most probably after the plans of the architect from Cluj Debreczeni Balasz.
In 1854, the city administration of Zalău assigned 1.200.000 crowns for the construction of public buildings, among which a new barracks
Created after 1854, when the city administration allotted the amount of 12 646 K 75 FIL to build it.
The bronze statue of Wesselényi Miklós is seated on a pedestal covered in white marble plaques
Porolissum Archeological Site The Roman camp of Porolissum lies on the administrative territory of Moigrad, Mirşid commune and of Brebi and Jac, Creaca commune, Sălaj County
More than 5.000 plant species coming from different geographical areas of the world, an attraction for visitors
The "Dragons’ Garden" is a protected natural reserve, from a geological and landscape point of view, stretching on almost three hectares, unique in the world and impressive through its aspect and the complexity of the rocks.
The Strâmba Monastery is one of the old orthodox monasteries of Transylvania, founded, according to some sources, in the XVth century in Păduriș, Sălaj County
The synagogue was built in 1883 and transformed into the first Holocaust Memorial in Romania.
We invite you to discover the beauty and richness of Romanian traditions and the spirit of the place in the Traditional Art Museum of Ileana Graţiana Pop
The Tusa-Barcau reservation is a mixed natural reserve from a landscape and forest point of view, of national interest, in the administrative area of the Tusa village, Plopis Mountains