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Cluj-Napoca has long been recognised as one of the most expensive places to live in Romania, but this 11sqm apartment has both the locals as well as others from around the country, scratching their heads and became the focal point of some absolutely hilarious comments.

We first picked up on the announcement, posted in Facebook groups and pages by Panoramic Imobiliare Cluj on February 6th. By the time we had encountered it, the comments were already starting to gather 100’s and 1000’s of likes.

Any Publicity is Good Publicity…. Or is it?

Vlogger and Festival Touring, Alin PandaruPandutzu“‘s comment stood out first, where he said, “I like that mirror that gives the illusion of extra space” and so far, his comment alone has fetched 1.7k likes!

11sqm Apartment for €200 in Cluj-Napoca
I like that mirror that gives the illusion of extra space
Translated: I like that mirror that gives the illusion of extra space

However, some of the comments have exploded, fetching 10-20k likes or more in less than 48 hours!

Here’s a list of some of the best comments we’ve found so far:

“Ar trebui scoasa masuta, da impresia de spatiu mic”

The table should be removed, it gives the impression of small space – 20K 👍

“Dacă-ți pui un film pe telefon ai impresia că ești la cinema”

If you put a movie on your phone, you feel like you’re at the movies – 7.3K 👍

“Sunt femeie și am venit să zic ce mică e.”

I’m a woman and I came to say how small it is. – 27K 👍

“Daca comand o pizza family, ma intreb daca intra pe usa sau trebuie luata felie cu felie?”

If I order a family pizza, I wonder if it will fit in the door or should it be sliced?. – 12K 👍

“Am fost s-o vizionez. A trebuit sa ma dau cu lubrifiant ca sa intru.”

I went to see it. I had to use lubricant to get in.. – 13K 👍

Even the official page of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (Ministerul Afacerilor Interne, Romania) commented “Nu ne interesează garsoniera. Vrem să angajăm fotograful!”, which translates as We’re not interested in the studio. We want to hire a photographer!.. Not quite on-topic, but certainly amusing to see a government body engage with this post.

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Translated: We’re not interested in the studio. We want to hire a photographer!

The post has also caught the attention of various national news services, such as Stirile ProTV, DigiFM, MediaFax and Libertatea.

It’s GONE!

The apartment was reported to have been taken by a young lady who will live alone with the price being negotiated down to €180 per month.

Rooms in shared apartments in Cluj-Napoca often tend to fetch between €130 – €200 depending on the area, and when you consider that this room, although small, has everything that someone might need and the added bonus of privacy and low expenses, the price, though at face value might seem ridiculous, isn’t actually a bad trade-off for your own private space.

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On 3rd and 4th of September 2002, Mihai Cuibus, a resident of Cluj-Napoca, took his first digital camera out to the streets of the city.
After having spent more than five years in Romania, Ingo Tegge decided to collect all the weird, funny, and astonishing facts that he’s learned about this country.
On 3rd and 4th of September 2002, Mihai Cuibus, a resident of Cluj-Napoca, took his first digital camera out to the streets of the city.
After having spent more than five years in Romania, Ingo Tegge decided to collect all the weird, funny, and astonishing facts that he’s learned about this country.
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