Sighetu Marmatiei (also spelled Sighet), with its 41.000 inhabitants, is the main town of the Maramureş region (northern Transylvania, Romania). Inhabited since the Stone Age, the settlement was first mentioned in 1334, and as town, in 1352. Today, Sighet is the gate of Maramureş, and one of its most important tourist attractions.
Ah it's good to be alive. I said goodbye to Sighetu Marmatiei this morning, having suddenly decided last night, that I actually quite liked the town. I think it was something to do with the rather ...
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