Șuvara Sașilor Reservation
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A protected area of national interest, which was included, starting from the year 2000, in the category of botanical natural reservations from the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and in the Natura 2000 sites list, also known as a site of Community importance, the Șuvara Sașilor Reservation has a total surface of 20 hectares and it belonged to the Saxon colonists from Transylvania.
It has numerous rare species of plants with flowers, an herbaceous plant which inspired the name of the reservation, orchids, daffodils, crocuses, goldenseals, and irises. All these flowers grow in the grassland. The natural reservation also includes alders, silver birches, as well as common sallow, a type of shrubs that grow to a maximum height of approximately 5 metres.
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