On the middle of Trotus, at the foot of the Gosman Mountains in the Eastern Carpathians, at the western end of the Darmanesti-Comanesti Depression, the conditions constituted the environment favorable to the founding of human communities many millennia ago. Here, in this area is the town of Comanesti, former mining and forestry center. The city is surrounded to the north by the Gosman Mountains, to the east of the Berzunti Mountains, to the south of the Nemira Mountains and to the south-west of the Ciuc Mountains. The historical monuments of Comanesti are real historical documents, testimonies of the evolution of this city. The cultural heritage of the city still preserves many historical and architectural monuments of definite value. The size of Comanesti is of category IV, having a population of 23,670 inhabitants in an administrative area of 6,387 ha of which 1168.10 urban and 5218.90 extravilan. The administrative site of Comanesti lies about 10 km along the Trotus River valley, on its middle segment. Of the tributaries of Trotus, most importantly, with a 24kmp hydrographic basin in the area of the administrative territory, is the sovereign. The geographical position of Comanesti, crossed by DN 12 A and the built railway for more than 100 years, included it in the transit circuit, through Ghimes-Faget, linking Moldova with Transylvania. The climate is characterized by a moderate regime of air temperature oscillations through annual thermal amplitudes between 10-12 degrees C. Usually in the valley, the mass of cold and humid air is located, while the sunsets and higher temperatures predominate between the peaks.