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Weitere Literatur:

  • “The Saxon Villages of Transylvania, Romania. A Future for the Mediaeval Landscape”, originally produced in 2001 by Kim Wilkie Associates, on behalf of HRH The Prince of Wales and The Mihai Eminescu Trust. Revised 2007. Available from the MET, tel. +44 20 72297618.

  • “A Study of the Buildings in the Saxon Villages of Transylvania”
    by Marianne Suhr. Available from the MET, tel. +44 20 72297618.

  • “Malancrav. Notes on the Village and its History”
    by Jessica Douglas-Home. Available from the MET, tel. +44 20 72297618.

  • “The Historic Countryside of the Saxon Villages of Southern Transylvania”
    by John Akeroyd, available from the Tourist Information Centre, Saschiz, tel. +4 0265 711635.

  • “Exploring Malancrav”
    and “Exploring Viscri”, two brochures with detailed walking routes and descriptions of places and activities of interest in the areas around these two villages. Available from the MET, tel. +44 20 72297618.

  • “The Plight of the Saxons of Transylvania and their Fortified Churches”
    by William Blacker.  Available from the MET, tel. +44 20 72297618.

  • “Siebenburgische Gastehauser”
    von Anselm Roth. Herausgegeben von HoRa, erhältlich bei der Schillerbuchhandlung Hermannstadt, www.schiller.ro

  • “Fauna Survey of the Saxon Villages of Transylvania, Romania”
    , produced by Ilf Jacobs and Pieter Blonde for the MET. Available from the MET, tel. +44 20 72297618.

  • “Wild Flowers of Saxon Transylvania. An Introduction for the Visitor”
    , produced by John Akeroyd for the MET. Available from the MET, tel. +44 20 72297618.

  • “Transylvania”
    by Bronwen Riley and Dan Dinescu. Published by Frances Lincoln Ltd, www.franceslincoln.com

  • “Transylvanian Libraries. Past and Present”
    . Available from the MET, tel. +44 20 72297618.

  • “Romania: Cross-roads of Cultures”
    by John Villiers. Available from the MET, tel. +44 20 72297618.

  • “Kirchenburgen der Sachsen in Siebenburgen”
    bei Augustin Ioan und Hanna Derer. Noi Media Print 2004, Bukarest