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Bocicoel, o bijuterie a Maramuresului...

Bocicoel is a commune in Maramureş County, Transylvania, Romania. The village lies in the northern part of Maramures and connects Viseu Valley Iza Valley, located between Bogdan Voda and Viseu de Jos.

Before the communist regime was common self-reliant, and less time belonged to Viseu de Jos commune, then was switched to common Bogdan Voda.
The city is historically attested for the first time in 1365 as the property of Prince Simon, as evidenced by the “History of Maramures Mariana Sustiva, p. 65 and “History of Maramures Alexandru Filipaşcu, p. 87.

In 1444 is the property of another “Simion of Bocicoelrewarded for his bravery by Hunyadi and his son Matthias (“History of Maramures Al. Filipaşcu, p. 65). Bud Titus on page 27 in his “Historical Data deaneries, parishes Romanian monasteries from Maramures from ancient times until 1911“, which mentions the village Bocicoel (Kisbacsko) records: In 1365 already are reminded that once donaţiunea Louis Balc his son Sas Voda and his brothers, “which meant that Simon (Simon) is the son of Sas Voda‘s brother Balc.
The city was formed by placing forest workers; very probably have been the first Bocicoiu Mare, near Sighet, which gave the name. We can deduce that all the “History of MaramuresAl. Filipaşcu (p. 51), which shows that his companions Bogdan Voda, when they dwelt in Moldova, founded new villages and gave them their baptismal name or the name of Maramures villages they left (near Ileanda going to Cluj-Napoca, a few miles on the left is a village called Dolheni, probably made all the forestry workers come from village Dolhasca-Bucovina).

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The Peleş Castle was built at the initiative of King Charles I of Romania, outside the commune Podul Neagului that covered an area of 24 km in 1874, which received the name of Sinaia at the initiative of the sovereign. A year later, the first houses were built in the city centre. In 1876, it the construction of the railway from Ploieşti to Predeal began, which passed through Sinaia. Simultaneously, between 1873 and 1875, the foundation of the Peleş Castle was built. This led to a ceremony that took place on 10/22 August 1875.

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The complex is northwest of the town of Sinaia, which is 60 kilometres (37 mi) from Braşov and 135 kilometres (84 mi) from Bucharest. Nestled in the southeastern Carpathian Mountains, the complex is composed of three monuments: Peleş Castle, Pelişor Chateau, and Foişor Huntin