"Heroes’Cross" Monument on Mount Caraiman
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Heroes' Cross on Mount Caraiman
The Heroes' Cross on Mount Caraiman, officially called the Commemorative Cross of Romanian Heroes of World War Iis a historical monument located in the Bucegi Mountains. It is in the shape of a Latin cross, with a height of 39.3 meters and was built between 1924-1928 near caraiman peak, at an altitude of 2291 m, to honor the memory of the 30,000 Romanian soldiers fallen in the battles of Prahova Valley, in the First World War. Other names under which the monument is met are: The Cross of the Heroes of the Nation, , the Heroes Monument on Caraiman or popular, the Cross on Caraiman.In the few documentary information left about this monument, it is stated that the metal structure was built of metal elements from the dismantling of the bridges destroyed in the First World War. From the researches undertaken, it has clearly emerged that the sleepers of the metal structure do not come from contorted metal elements. Following an in-depth analysis of the relationship between the builder of the monument, the C.F.R. Bridges Authority, and the Anonymous Society of the Iron Factories and Resita Domains (U.D.R.) it was found that in the first decade after the end of the great world conflagration, there was an important interest in recycling ferrous materials resulting from war destruction. As the Reșița Plants were the only ones able to ensure the processing of scrap metal, processing that was based on agreements concluded with the C.F.R. Bridges Authority, it follows that the metal structure of the monument was made of recycled iron, which considerably reduced the construction costs. The author of the project was the architect Ludovic Dolinschi, a quasi-famous artistic personality.
This monument was designated in 2013 by GUINNESS WORLD RECORD: The largest summit cross that sits at highest mountain altitude
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The investment project entitled << "Restoration, rehabilitation, conservation and arrangement of an exhibition space within the Monument The Commemorative Cross of Romanian Heroes of the First World War (Heroes Monument "Caraiman Cross" / Heroes Monument (The Cross) on Caraiman Peak)" >>, SMIS code: 116377, was co-financed through the Regional Operational Program 2014-2020, Priority Axis 5 – Improvement of the urban environment and the conservation, protection and sustainable valorization of the cultural heritage, Investment priority 5.1 – Conservation, protection, promotion and development of the natural and cultural heritage, Call for projects POR 2016/5/5.1/1. The project was carried out between 2018 and 2021 and had a total value of 19,159,031.29 lei, of which 15,946,043.78 lei from the FEDR and 3,212,987.51 lei for own co-financing for eligible and ineligible expenses. the project is implemented by the General Secretariat of the Ministry of National Defense, with the support of the Department of Domains and Infrastructures. The general objective of the project is to promote the history and national identity by preserving, protecting and valuing a reference cultural and historical monument for Romania, the Commemorative Cross of the Romanian Heroes of the First World War, and the specific objectives aimed, on first part, restoring, rehabilitating, preserving the monument and arranging an exhibition space within the Monument and, on the second part, increasing the number of visitors to the monument by at least 6% in the first year after the completion of the works.
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prin Programul Operațional Regional 2014-2020
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