Răcari is a town located in Dâmbovița County, Muntenia, Romania. It administers seven villages: Bălănești, Colacu, Ghergani, Ghimpați, Mavrodin, Săbiești and Stănești. It was declared a town in 2004. The town is located in the southeastern part of the county, 40 km (25 mi) northwest of Bucharest, on road DN7. It lies in the Wallachian Plain, at an altitude of 140 m (460 ft), and is […]

Sărmașu is a town in Mureș County, central Transylvania, Romania. It administers seven villages: Balda (Báld), Larga (Lárga), Moruț (Marocháza), Sărmășel (Kissármás), Sărmășel-Gară (Bánffytanya), Titiana (Titiána) and Vișinelu (Csehtelke). Demographics According to the 2011 census, the town has 6,833 inhabitants, divided among the following ethnic groups:[ Romanians (67.24%) Hungarians (22.36%) Roma (10.2%) Natives Alin Chibulcutean (born 1978), football player […]

Ungheni is a town in Mureș County, in Transylvania, Romania. Until 1925 its Romanian name was Nirașteu. Six villages are administered by the town: Cerghid (Nagycserged) Cerghizel (Kiscserged) Morești (Malomfalva) Recea (Recsa) Șăușa (Sóspatak) Vidrasău (Vidrátszeg) Location Ungheni is situated 10.6 kilometres (6.6 mi) from the county capital Târgu Mureș, 42.2 kilometres (26.2 mi) from Reghin, and 99.6 kilometres (61.9 mi) from Cluj-Napoca. The Târgu Mureș International Airport is […]

Pâncota is a town in Arad County, Crișana, Romania. The town is situated at a 37 km distance from the county capital (Arad), in the central zone of the county, at the contact zone of the Aradului Plateau and Zărandului Mountains. The administrative territory of the town is 70.9 square km. The town administers one village, Măderat (Magyarád). The […]

Săveni (Hungarian: Szöven) is a small town located in Botoșani County in the Western Moldavia region in northeastern Romania. There is an archaeology museum located in the town. Near Săveni at 47°56′2.27″N 26°50′19.58″E, there is a 210 metres tall guyed mast for FM-/TV-broadcasting. The town features two Orthodox churches, the “Saint Nicholas” church and the “Saint George” church. The town administers five villages: Bodeasa, Bozieni, […]

Segarcea is a small town in Dolj County, Oltenia, Romania. It has 7,019 inhabitants (2011 census), in an area of 120.08 km2 (46.36 sq mi). The town is located towards the western end of the Wallachian Plain, about 30 km (19 mi) north of the Danube and 25 km (16 mi) south of Craiova, the county seat. The town is famous for its white wines. The Segarcea vineyard belongs to the Romanian Crown […]

Buziaș is a town in Timiș County, Banat, Romania. As of 2011, it had a population of 6,504. Name In German: (Bad) Busiasch, in Hungarian: Buziás or Buziásfürdő, in Serbian: Бузјаш or Buzjaš. History The town was first mentioned in 1321 in a document of Charles I of Hungary. It was declared a city in 1956. It administers two villages, Bacova (Bakowa, Bakóvár) and Silagiu (Nagyszilas). Health spa Buziaș […]

Tismana is a town in Gorj County, Oltenia, Romania. It administers ten villages: Celei, Costeni, Gornovița, Isvarna, Pocruia, Racoți, Sohodol, Topești, Vâlcele and Vânăta.

Murgeni is a town in Vaslui County, Western Moldavia, Romania. It had a population of 7,674 in 2002 and acquired town status in 2003. The town administers six villages: Cârja, Floreni, Lățești, Sărățeni, Schineni and Raiu.

Tăuții-Măgherăuș is a town in Maramureș County, Romania. The town administers six villages: Băița (Láposbánya), Bozânta Mare (Nagybozinta), Bușag (Buság), Merișor, Nistru (Miszbánya) and Ulmoasa (Szilas). Tăuții-Măgherăuș was declared a town in 2004. The Baia Mare Airport is located in the town. Demographics In 2002, 84.3% of inhabitants were Romanians, 14.4% Hungarians and 1% Roma. 78.3% were Romanian Orthodox, 12.1% Roman Catholic, 3.9% Greek-Catholic and 3.5% Reformed.

Cehu Silvaniei is a town in Sălaj County, Crișana, Romania. Four villages are administered by the town: Horoatu Cehului (Oláhhorvát), Motiș (Mutos), Nadiș (Szilágynádasd) and Ulciug (Völcsök). Historic sites and monuments Hungarian Reformed Church of Cehu-Silvaniei – national monument Probably members of two families, Miklós Drágffy and his wife, and Eufémia Jakcs or their son, Bertalan, later voivod […]

Câmpeni is a town in Alba County, Transylvania, Romania. As of July 2002 the town had a population of 8,080 inhabitants. The town administers 21 villages: Boncești, Borlești, Botești (Botesbánya), Certege (Csertés), Coasta Vâscului, Dănduț, Dealu Bistrii, Dealu Capsei, Dric, Fața Abrudului, Florești, Furduiești, Mihoești, Motorăști, Peste Valea Bistrii, Poduri, Sorlița, Tomușești, Valea Bistrii, Valea Caselor and Vârși (Virs). […]