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2,751 Articles of interest in Romania

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  • Șimleu Silvaniei

    Şimleu Silvaniei (Romanian pronunciation: [ʃimˌle.u silˈvani.ej]; Hungarian: Szilágysomlyó, German: Schomlenmarkt) is a town in Sălaj County, Transylvania, Romania with a population of 16,066 people (2002 census).

  • Ungheni District

    Ungheni is a district (Moldovan: raion) in the central part of Moldova, bordering Romania, with the administrative center at Ungheni. The other major city is Corneşti.

  • Târnăveni

    Târnăveni (Romanian pronunciation: [tɨrnəˈvenʲ]; Hungarian: Dicsőszentmárton, Hungarian pronunciation: [’ditʃøːsɛntmaːrton] ( listen); German: Sankt Martin, earlier Marteskirch) is a city in Mureş County, central Romania. It lies on the Târnava Mică…

  • Sadu

    Sadu (German: Zood; Hungarian: Cód) is a commune in Sibiu County, Transylvania, Romania, at the foothills of the Cindrel Mountains, 27 km south of the county capital Sibiu, in the Mărginimea Sibiului ethnographic area.

  • Pereyaslavets

    Pereyaslavets (Переяславец; East Slavic form) or Preslavets (Преславец; Bulgarian form) was a trade city located at the mouth of the Danube. The city's name is derived from that of the Bulgarian capital of the time, Preslav, and means Little Preslav…

  • Moldovița Monastery

    The Moldovița Monastery (Romanian: Mânăstirea Moldovița) is a Romanian Orthodox monastery situated in the commune of Vatra Moldoviței, Suceava County, Moldavia, Romania. The Monastery of Moldovița was built in 1532 by Petru Rareș, who was Stefan the…

  • Carașova

    Carașova (Croatian: Karaševo; Hungarian: Krassóvár) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, Romania. It is known especially for its geographical placement and for the origin of its Croatian inhabitants, the Krashovani. The population of the commune nu…

  • Băile Tușnad

    Băile Tușnad (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈbə.ile ˈtuʃnad]; Hungarian: Tusnádfürdő, Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈtuʃnaːdfyrdøː] ( listen)) is a town in Harghita County, Romania. It lies in the Székely Land, an ethno-cultural region in eastern Transylvani…

  • Bunești, Brașov

    Buneşti (German: Bodendorf; Hungarian: Szászbuda) is a commune in Braşov County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Buneşti, Criţ, Meşendorf, Roadeş and Viscri.

  • Baia Mare Airport

    Baia Mare Airport (IATA: BAY, ICAO: LRBM) is situated in northwest Romania, located in Tăuții-Măgherăuș, 10 km (6.2 mi) west of Baia Mare municipality and in the historic region of Maramureş.

  • 2 Mai

    2 Mai (Romanian pronunciation: [doj maj], "May 2") is a village in Limanu commune, Constanţa County, Romania, and a small resort on the shore of the Black Sea, between Mangalia and Vama Veche.

  • Stadionul Ion Oblemenco

    Ion Oblemenco Stadium was a multi-purpose stadium in Craiova, Romania. It was used mostly for football matches and was the home ground of Universitatea Craiova. The stadium used to hold up to 25,252 people before it was demolished.

  • Stadionul Ceahlăul

    Ceahlăul Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Piatra Neamţ, Romania. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Ceahlăul Piatra Neamţ. The stadium, as well as the local football club takes its name from the Mount Cea…

  • Sacu

    Sacu (Hungarian: Szákul) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1681 people.

  • Rimetea

    Rimetea (formerly Trascău; Hungarian: Torockó; German: Eisenmarkt, Eisenburg) is a commune located in Alba County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Colțești (formerly Sângeorzul Trascăului; Torockószentgyörgy; Sankt Georgen) and Rimetea. A f…

  • Neamț Monastery

    The Neamț Monastery (Romanian: Mănăstirea Neamț) is a Romanian Orthodox religious settlement, one of the oldest and most important of its kind in Romania. It was built in the 15th century, and it is an example of medieval Moldavian architecture.

  • Metropolitan Cathedral, Iași

    The Metropolitan Cathedral, Iași (Romanian: Catedrala Mitropolitană din Iaşi), located at 16 Ștefan cel Mare și Sfânt Boulevard, Iaşi, Romania, is the seat of the Romanian Orthodox Archbishop of Iaşi and Metropolitan of Moldavia and Bukovina, and th…

  • Memorial of Rebirth

    The Memorial of Rebirth (Memorialul Renaşterii in Romanian) is a memorial in Bucharest, Romania that commemorates the struggles and victims of the Romanian Revolution of 1989, which overthrew Communism.

  • Mehadia

    Mehadia (Hungarian: Mehádia; German: Mehadia; Turkish: Mehadiye) is a small market town and commune in Caraş-Severin County, Romania. It lies on the European route E70, in the Cerna River valley. The town is located on the site of the ancient Roman …

  • Gigen

    Gigen (Bulgarian: Гиген, pronounced [ɡiˈɡɛn]) is a village in northern Bulgaria, part of Gulyantsi Municipality, Pleven Province.

  • Cucuteni

    Cucuteni (Romanian pronunciation: [kukuˈtenʲ]) is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania, with a population of 1,446 as of 2002. It is located 45 km from the city of Iaşi and 10 km from the town of Târgu Frumos. Neighbouring villages and communes are Tod…

  • Cotnari

    Cotnari (Romanian pronunciation: [kotˈnarʲ]) is a village and the center of the eponymous commune in Iaşi County, Romania, in the historical region of Moldavia. It is located north-west of Iaşi and south of Hârlău, in a major wine-producing region o…