Ialomița River
The Ialomița (Romanian: râul Ialomița [ˈjalomit͡sa]) is a river of Southern Romania that rises from the Bucegi Mountains in the Carpathians and flows into the Danube.The upper reach of the river i...
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Dâmbovița River
Dâmbovița ([ˈdɨmbovit͡sa]) is a river in Romania. It has its sources in the Făgăraş Mountains, on the Curmătura Oticu. The upper reach of the rivers, upstream of the confluence with the Boarcăşu River...
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Pătârlagele
Pătârlagele (also spelled Pătîrlagele; [pətɨrˈlad͡ʒele]) is a town in Buzău County, Romania. In 2002 it had a population of 8,414.
Pătârlagele is located in the western part of the county, along t...
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Oravița
Oravița ([oˈravit͡sa]; Hungarian: Oravicabánya; German: Orawitz; Czech: Oravice; Serbo-Croatian: Oravica/Оравица) is a town in southwestern Romania, in Caraș-Severin County, with a pop...
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Topalu
Topalu is a commune located on the right bank of the Danube in Constanţa County, Dobruja, Romania.
The commune includes two villages:
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Nădlac
Nădlac (Hungarian: Nagylak, Slovak: Nadlak) is a town in western Romania, Arad County. A former part of the town lies across the border with Hungary; this village is called Nagylak. An interna...
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Ialomița County
Ialomița ([ˈjalomit͡sa]) is a county (județ) of Romania, in Muntenia, with the capital city at Slobozia.
In 2011, it had a population of 258,669 and the population density was 58.08/km².Romanians ...
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Snagov
Snagov (population: 6,041) is a commune, located 40 km north of Bucharest in Ilfov County, Romania. According to the 2002 census, 99.2% of the population is ethnic Romanian. The commune is compos...
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Dâmbovița County
Dâmbovița (also spelt Dîmbovița, [ˈdɨmbovit͡sa]) is a county (județ) of Romania, in Muntenia, with the capital city at Târgoviște.
In 2011, it had a population of 518,745 and the population densit...
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Somova
Somova is a commune in Tulcea County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Mineri (formerly Câşle), Parcheş and Somova.
The Delta Nature Resort, Somova
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Luncavița, Tulcea
Luncaviţa is a commune in Tulcea County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Luncaviţa and Rachelu. It also included Văcăreni village until 2003, when it was split off to form Văcăreni Commune.
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Jurilovca
Jurilovca (Russian: Журиловка; Unirea from 1983 to 1996) is a commune in Tulcea County, Dobrudja, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Jurilovca, Vişina and Sălcioara (6 Martie during the Co...
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Brestovăț
Brestovăț (Brusturi in 1924-1925; German: Brestowatz; Hungarian: Aga, Bresztovác prior to 1892) is a commune in Timiș County, Banat, Romania. Brestovăț first appears in written history as Brez...
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Ceatalchioi
Ceatalchioi is a commune in Tulcea County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Ceatalchioi (Turkish: Çatalköy), Pătlăgeanca (historical name: Principesa Ileana), Plauru (historical name: Las...
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Beștepe
Beștepe is a commune in Tulcea County, Romania. Its name comes from Turkish, meaning "five hills/peaks" (beş - five, tepe - hill/peak), due to a chain of hills which lie nearby.In 2004, the commune wa...
Nițchidorf
Nițchidorf (German: Nitzkydorf; Hungarian: Niczkyfalva) is a commune in Timiș County in the Banat region of Romania.
It is located in the southwest of Romania, at 30 km (19 mi) f...
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Liebling, Timiș
Liebling (German and Hungarian: Liebling) is a commune in Timiș County, Romania about 30 km south of Timișoara. It is composed of three villages: Cerna (Temescserna), Iosif (Józsefszállás) and Li...
Lenauheim
Lenauheim is a commune in Timiș County, Banat, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Bulgăruș, Grabaț and Lenauheim.
The name Lenauheim is official since 1926. It was also called Cetad or Cet...
Casimcea
Casimcea is a commune in Tulcea County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Casimcea, Cişmeaua Nouă (historical name: Ramazanchioi), Corugea, Haidar, Rahman and Războieni (historical name: Alif...
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Borsec
Borsec (Hungarian: Borszék, [ˈborseːk]) is a town in Harghita County, Romania. The town and the surrounding areas are well known for their spas and mineral waters.
It was historically part of ...
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Gottlob, Timiș
Gottlob (German: Gottlob; Hungarian: Kisősz) is a commune in Timiș County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Gottlob and Vizejdia (Wiseschdia; Vizesd). These were part of Lovrin Commune...
Bucovăț, Timiș
Bucovăț (Hungarian: Bükkfalva) is a commune in Timiș County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Bazoșu Nou (Újbázos) and Bucovăț. Part of Remetea Mare Commune until 2007, it was established ...
Râfov
Râfov is a commune in Prahova County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Antofiloaia, Buchilaşi, Buda, Goga, Mălăieşti, Moara Domnească, Palanca, Râfov and Sicrita. 26°8′E / 44....
Morunglav
Morunglav is a commune in Olt County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Bărăşti, Ghioşani, Moruneşti, Morunglav and Poiana Mare. 24°07′E / 44.467°N 24.117°E / 44.467; 2...
Bistra, Maramureș
Bistra (Romanian: Bistra; Ukrainian: Бистрий/Bystryi; Hungarian: Petrovabisztra) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. The Ukrainian border is located to the north of the commune.The ...
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