In the Hartibaciu valley from Sibiu to Agnita This line is now designated as a historical monument, so it is saved from being scrapped and the plans to revive it may now go ahead.
The word mocăniță is a term of endearment, derived from the Romanian word mocan, meaning shepherd or one who lives in the mountains, and suffixed as feminine and diminutive in keeping with the tradition of naming conveyances and indicating small size.
Hârtibaciu river in Sibiu County, Transylvania, central Romania. It is considered the locality in the center of the country.
The first document mentioning it is a land sale contract signed in 1280 by one Henric from Sancta Agatha. In 1376, Louis I of Hungary granted to the village the right to hold a market. In 1466, Matthias Corvinus granted to the village the right to carry trials (jus gladi) and built a fortress to defend the Kingdom of Hungary from the Ottoman Empire.