Churches and cathedrals in the city span four centuries, several denominations, and architectural styles ranging from baroque to neoclassic.
Arad County is also home to some important Orthodox monasteries, such as the ones from Hodos-Bodrog (dating from 1177), Bezdin (dating from 1334), Gai (built in 1760-1762), the Sf.
It was he who advocated a gradual process of changes in the ritual, the use of the German language during services, and even the introduction of organ music in the synagogue. Where: 15 miles east of Arad vineyards of Arad stretch on the hills bordering the western part of the Zarand Mountains, between Lipova and Pancota. In 1862, at a wine contest in London, Rosu de Minis was awarded the biggest prize.
Before World War II about 10,000 Jews lived in Arad; the community survived the Holocaust and most of them moved to Israel. Cozia) Built between 18 in typical Moorish style, the large Jewish Orthodox synagogue has stained glass windows and beautiful bronze doors showing Jewish symbols, including the Menorahs. More than a century before, the wines of Minis were exported to England, Sweden, the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland and even America.
At the end of the 1990s, the Jewish community in Arad was the second largest in the country (after the one on Bucharest). The door leads into the five-story synagogue, with a large cupola. The red, native variety Cadarca, displaying a ruby-red color with a stinging taste of fresh clove, was the wine of the imperial court of Vienna during the reign of Emperor Franz Josef, in the 18th century.
The town has two synagogues, both located in the picturesque old Jewish quarter with its characteristic low houses jammed tightly together amid quiet streets and squares. The Torah ark resembles a neo-classical church altar, very typical of the period. Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Cadarca are produced employing classical winemaking technologies, while the white wines like Italian Riesling, Traminer, Pinot Gris and Sauvignon Blanc, are obtained by using cooling zymurgy, resulting in fruity white wines of great finesse.
Other airports, near Arad: Timisoara (TSR) - 33 miles south Trams # 1 and 3 connect the train station with downtown Arad.
After 1699, the city was ruled by the Habsburg Monarchy and in 1834 Arad was declared a 'free royal town' by Emperor Francis I of Austria.