town in Timiș County, Romania
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Ciacova is a town in Timiș County, Banat, Romania.


Ciacova is located in Timiș River Plain, on Timișul Mort River, at a distance of 28km from Timișoara.

Get inEdit

Road access in the area is provided on the county road DJ 693, in length of 9km, connecting with international highway E70 Timișoara - Stamora Moravița. Connection between Ciacova and Timișoara is made also by the railway Jebel-Gier.

Get aroundEdit


Cebza Monastery
  • 1 Defense Tower (Cula Turcească). From the old fortress only the defense tower (14th century) still survives today. Locals call it "Cula".
  • Turkish Bridge (Podul Turcesc). On county road Ciacova - Cebza,therr is also found a bridge built by the Turks, also with specific architectural elements, called by the locals Turkish bridge, now unused.
  • Serbian church dedicated to Mother of God (Biserica Sârbeasca Maica Domnului). Built between 1746-1768, with an iconostasis and murals painted in 1771 by Dimitrie Popovici.
  • 2 Roman Catholic Church. Gothic church from 1871-1890.
  • Orthodox Church. In Byzantine style, is from 1907.
  • Memorial House of Dositej Obradović. Dositej Obradović important Serbian writer.
  • 3 Cebza Monastery (Mănăstirea Cebza).  







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