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  • 1 Decembrie 1918 metro station

    1 Decembrie 1918 is a metro station in southeastern Bucharest on Line M3. It is on the Linia de Centură branch and was opened on November 20, 2008. It serves the neighbourhoods of southern Titan, 1 Decembrie and Ozana.

  • Vladimirescu, Arad

    Vladimirescu (Glogovăți until 1947; Hungarian: Glogovác; German: Glogowatz) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated in the south-eastern part of the Aradului Plateau. Its territory stretches over 12400 ha.

  • Vințu de Jos

    Vințu de Jos, also known as Vinț (German: Unter-Wintz, Winzendorf, Weinsdorf; Hungarian: Alvinc; Latin: Binstum; Turkish: Aşağı Vinçazvar) is a commune located in the centre of Alba County, Romania. It is composed of eighteen villages: Câmpu Goblii …

  • Bazna

    Bazna (German: Baaßen; Transylvanian Saxon dialect: Baußen; Hungarian: Bázna) is a commune located in Sibiu County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Bazna, Boian (Bonnesdorf; Bonnesdref; Alsóbajom) and Velţ (Wölz; Welz; Velc or Völc).

  • Valea Viilor

    Valea Viilor (colloquially Vorumloc; German: Wurmloch; Hungarian: Nagybaromlak) is a commune located in Sibiu County, Romania. It has a population of 2,034 (as of 2002), and is composed of two villages, Motiș (Mortesdorf; Martontelke) and Valea Viil…

  • Teregova

    Teregova (Hungarian: Teregova) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 4388 people.

  • Săcueni

    Săcueni (Romanian pronunciation: [səkuˈjenʲ]; Hungarian: Székelyhíd; German: Zickelhid; Turkish: Sengevi) is a town in Bihor County, Romania.

  • Stadionul Municipal (Vaslui)

    Municipal Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Vaslui, Romania. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FC Vaslui. The stadium has 9,240 seats, and it is covered by natural grass.

  • Stadionul Iuliu Bodola

    Iuliu Bodola Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Oradea, Romania. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FC Bihor Oradea. The stadium holds 18,000 people. It used to be called Municipal, and in November 2008 the…

  • Stadionul Ion Moina (1911)

    The new stadium construction was completed in 2012. Ion Moina Stadium was a multi-use stadium in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. It was used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of U Cluj.

  • Salcea

    Salcea is a town in Suceava County, northern Romania, in the historical region of Moldavia, with a population of 8,770. It administers four villages: Mereni, Plopeni, Prelipca and Văratec.

  • Rânca

    Rânca (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈrɨŋka]) is a recently developed Romanian resort, located at 1,600 m (5,250 ft) elevation, at the foothill of Păpuşa Peak in the Parâng Mountains.

  • RoAF 90th Airlift Base

    The Romanian Air Force 90th Airlift Base (Baza 90 Transport Aerian) is located at the Henri Coandă International Airport, near Bucharest. In 1949, the 49th Transport Group was the first unit to be settled at Otopeni airfield. Later, in 1971, a speci…

  • Radetzky (steamship)

    The Radetzky (Bulgarian: „Радецки“, „Radetski“) was an Austro-Hungarian passenger steamship built in 1851 in the shipyard in Óbuda, Hungary, and used for regular services on the Danube, mainly between Orşova, Austria-Hungary and Galaţi, Romania.

  • Pucioasa

    Pucioasa (Romanian pronunciation: [puˈt͡ʃjo̯asa]) is a town in Dâmboviţa County, Romania with a population under 16,000. It administers six villages: Bela, Diaconeşti, Glodeni, Malurile, Miculeşti and Pucioasa-Sat.

  • Pitești Sud Power Station

    The Piteşti Sud Power Station is a large thermal power plant located in Piteşti, having 2 generation groups of 50 MW each and 3 groups of 12 MW having a total electricity generation capacity of 136 MW.

  • Piața Romană metro station

    Piaţa Romană (Romanian for "Roman Square") is a metro station in central Bucharest, located in the square with the same name, on the main north-south axis of the city centre. It was not included in the initial plans of the network and was added at a…

  • Panciu

    The town of Panciu (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈpant͡ʃju]) in the county of Vrancea in Romania lies on the river Şuşiţa, in southern Moldavia, 30 km (19 mi) northwest of Focşani. It has a population of approximately 7,600. It administers five villages…

  • Odeon Theatre (Bucharest)

    The Odeon Theatre (Teatrul Odeon in Romanian) is a theatre in Bucharest, Romania, located on Calea Victoriei, and is one of the best-known performing arts venues in Bucharest. As an institution, it descends from the Teatrul Muncitoresc CFR Giuleşti,…

  • Northern University, Romania

    North University Centre (Romanian: Centrul Universitar Nord din Baia Mare) is the campus of Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, in Baia Mare, Romania. The school traces its origins to the North University (Romanian: Universitatea de Nord din Baia M…