Send beautiful fresh flowers anywhere in Baia Mare
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Infinite Love: 12 Red Roses
Sunset: Sunflowers and orange roses
Icecream: Chrysanthemums and Roses
Sunrise: Sunflowers and pink roses
Pink Bubbles: Roses and Alstroemerias
Harmony: Roses and Callas
Subtle Freshness: Roses and Lilies
Sundrops: Irises and chrysanthemums
Warm Sunshine: Sunflowers
Equilibrium: Chrysanthemums and sunflowers
Floral Wonderland: Gerberas
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Vibrancy: Yellow and Pink Roses
Tokyo: Sunflowers and Red Roses
The Perfect Match: Roses and Lilies
Breath Of Colour: Sunflowers and Carnations
FLOWER DELIVERY TO BAIA MARE
A Romanian city boasting a rich heritage, Baia Mare was inhabited during the Bronze Age by Thracians, and became part of the Dacian Kingdom when the Dacians began to mine for gold, silver and other non-ferrous metals. First mentioned in 1329 as Rivulus Dominarum (Ladies’ River) in Charles I of Hungary’s documents, this medieval town featured a prosperous mining industry, which contributed to the construction of some historic landmarks. The most imposing landmark that still stands today is St. Stephen’s Cathedral, with its neo-Gothic Stephen’s Tower, the city’s symbol.
Two millennia of mining exploration left their mark on this small, sought-after city, which was under Austro-Hungarian rule until 1919. It was also the imperial treasury of the Holy Roman Empire, and later the headquarters of the Austrian "Superior Mining". The only remnant of the medieval fortifications that protected the city in the 15th century is the Butcher’s Tower. In 1411, the Hunyadi family was given ownership of the town and its mines by the Hungarian king, Sigismund, in recognition of Janos Hunyadi’s efforts to hamper the Turkish invasion.
If you have loved ones in this gem of a city and are looking for a thoughtful gift, flower delivery to Baia Mare is the perfect choice.