Malancrav is a locality situated in Sibiu county, with a population of 1102 inhabitants.

Malancrav

Malâncrav

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GPS Coordinates:
46.10996 N, 24.64709 E

The Malancrav village is certified since 1305, and its history is linked to the Apafi noble family, whose mansion can be admired after being restored by the Prince Charles Foundation. Malâncrav became the home of the Apafi family. Here were buried Apafi Mihaly I and wife Bornemissza Anna and Apafi Mihaly II, but in 1916 they were exhumed and buried in Cluj in the church on Farkas street. In 1848 the rebellious peasants destroyed the princely buildings. At that time only the mansion, the church, and another building were made of stone. The inhabitants began to build their stone houses after their release from serfdom. Around 1900, the Haller and Ugron families still had important mansions in the locality, but in 1918 the Haller family sold its estate to the local community.

Malancrav , Photo: Florin Arjocu Malancrav , Photo: Cristian Laubach
Malancrav , Photo: Cristian Laubach Malancrav , Photo: Sárkány Noémi Malancrav , Photo: Florin Arjocu Malancrav , Photo: Sárkány Noémi Malancrav , Photo: Ferenczi Zoltán Sámuel Malancrav , Photo: Nicu Perlea Malancrav , Photo: Nicu Perlea Malancrav , Photo: Nicu Perlea Malancrav , Photo: Hermann Fabini
Malancrav , Photo: Nicu Perlea Malancrav , Photo: Cristian Laubach Malancrav , Photo: Florin Arjocu Malancrav , Photo: Florin Arjocu

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