Gârda de Sus
|Gârda de Sus|
Location in Alba County
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Gârda de Sus (Hungarian: Felsőgirda; German: Obergierd) is a commune located in Alba County, Romania. It has a population of 1,865, and is composed of seventeen villages: Biharia, Dealu Frumos, Dealu Ordâncușii, Dobrești, Gârda de Sus, Gârda Seacă (Alsógirda), Ghețari (Jégbarlang), Hănășești, Huzărești, Izvoarele, Munună, Ocoale, Plai, Pliști, Scoarța, Snide and Sucești.
The main village of the comune is located 30 kilometres (19 mi) northwest of Câmpeni. It houses a wooded church built in 1792 with naive paintings inside. It is also the starting point for the hikes to the Ordâncușa gorges, the glacier of Scărișoara and the Padiș plateau.
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