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Independența, Constanța

Independența is a commune in Constanța County, Romania. It includes five villages: Tufani historical names: Cara Agi, Turkish: Karacy. Movila Verde historical names: Fetești, Turkish: Kızıl Murat. Fantana Mare historical name: Bașpunar, Turkish: ...

Ion Corvin, Constanța

Ion Corvin is a commune in Constanța County, Romania. It includes five villages: Crangu historical names: Caramat until 1968, Turkish: Karamat. Rariștea historical names: Gura Orman, Bazarghian. Brebeni historical name: Ciucurchioi, Turkish: Çuku ...

Istria, Constanța

Istria is a commune in Constanța County, Romania. It is located between the Lower Danube and the Black sea coast of Dobrogea. The ancient settlement of Histria is nearby. Villages in the Istria commune: Istria historical names: Caranasuf, Turkish ...

Lipnița

Lipnița is a commune in Constanța County, Romania. The municipality includes seven settlements: Cuiugiuc Turkish: Kuyucuk. (Cuiugiuc Турции: Kuyucuk) Canlia historical name: Turkish: Kanlı. Goruni historical name: Velichioi until 1968, Turkish: V ...

Lumina, Constanța

Lumina is a commune in Constanța County, Romania. The commune includes three villages: Sibioara historical name: Cicracci, Turkish: Çıkrıkçı. Oituz - established in 1926, named after Oituz Bacau County. Lumina historical names: Valea Neagra until ...

Mereni, Constanța

Mereni is a commune in Constanța County, Romania. The commune includes four villages: Osmancea historical name: Turkish: Osmançay. Ciobanița. Miriștea historical names: Edilchioi, Turkish: Edilkoy. Mereni historical name: Enghe-Mahale, Turkish: E ...

Mihai Viteazu, Constanța

Mihai Viteazu is a commune in Constanța County, Romania. It is situated in the north-west of the county, at 60 km from Constanța. The municipality consists of two villages, which are located within 3 km from each other: Sinoe historical names: Ca ...

Mihail Kogalniceanu, Constanța

Mihail Kogalniceanu) is a commune in Constanța County, Romania, located 25 km northwest of Constanța proper. The commune includes three villages: Palazu Mic. (Palazu Микрофон) Mihail Kogalniceanu - historical names: Kara Murat Turkish: Karamurat, ...

Mircea Voda, Constanța

Settlement in the area dates back at least to the time of the Roman Empire. In a place that the local Turks called "Acsandemir Tabiasi", a 10th-century castrum was found, which has a stone vallum. A Slavic inscription found in this place mentions ...

Nicolae Balcescu, Constanța

Nicolae Balcescu is a commune in Constanța County, Romania. The municipality includes two villages: Dorobanțu historical name: Turkish: Bilarar. Nicolae Balcescu historical names: Danachioi, Turkish: Danakoy, Carol I - named after the Romanian hi ...

Oltina

Oltina is a commune in Constanța County, Romania. The municipality includes four villages: Strunga historical name: Cașla, Turkish: Kısla. Razoarele historical name: Curuorman, Turkish: Kuru-Orman. Oltina historical name: Goltina, Bulgarian: Голт ...

Ostrov, Constanța

The name Ostrov is a word of Bulgarian origin and it means "island". The village itself is not located on an island, but rather on the banks of the Danube.

Pantelimon, Constanța

Pantelimon is a commune in Constanța County, Romania. The municipality includes five settlements: Pantelimon de Jos. (Пантелимон-де-Жос) Calugareni historical name: Caceamac, Turkish: Kaçamak. Pantelimon historical name: Pantelimon de Sus until 1 ...

Pecineaga

The commune includes two villages: Vanatori historical names: Haidarchioi, Turkish: Asçılar. Pecineaga.

Peștera

Peștera is a commune in Constanța County, Romania. It includes five villages: Peștera. Ivrinezu Mic. (Ivrinezu Микрофон) Veteranu historical name: Idris-Cuius, Turkish: Idriskuyusu. Izvoru Mare historical name: Mamut-Cuius, Turkish: Mamutkuyusu. ...

Poarta Alba

Poarta Alba is a commune in Constanța County, Romania. It has a population of 4.790, according to the 2002 census, of which 97% Romanians and most of the rest Turks and Tatars. The commune is a port on the Danube-Black Sea Canal. In the early 195 ...

Sacele, Constanța

Sacele is a commune in Constanța County, Dobruja, Romania. Sacele is also a city in Brașov County. Villages in the săcele commune: Traian - named after the Roman emperor Trajan. Sacele historical names: Peletlia, Turkish: Peletli, named after Sacele.

Saligny, Constanța

Saligny is a commune in Constanța County, Romania. The commune includes three villages: Saligny historical name: Aziza, Azizia - named after the Romanian engineer Anghel Saligny. Ștefan cel Mare historical name: Bazaschioi - named after the Molda ...

Saraiu

Saraiu is a commune in Constanța County, Romania. The commune includes three villages: Dulgheru Turkish: Dulger. (Дулгеру Турции: Dulger) Stejaru historical name: Carapelit, Turkish: Karapelit. Saraiu historical name: Turkish: Saray. The territor ...

Seimeni, Constanța

Seimeni is a commune in Constanța County, Romania. The commune includes three villages: Seimenii Mici Turkish: Kuçuk Seymenkoy. Dunarea historical names: Boasgic, Turkish: Boğazcık. Seimeni historical name: Seimenii Mari, Turkish: Seymenkoy.

Siliștea, Constanța

Siliștea is a commune in Constanța County, Romania. The municipality includes two villages: Țepeș Voda - named after Vlad III the Impaler Vlad Țepeș in the common Romanian reference. Siliștea.

Targușor

Targușor is a commune in Constanța County, Romania. The municipality includes two villages: Mireasa historical names: Cheia, Ghelengic, Turkish: Gelincik. Targușor historical name: Pazarlia, Turkish: Pazarlı.

Topraisar

Topraisar is a commune in the Constanța County, Romania. The municipality includes four villages: Topraisar historical name: Crimean Tatar: Topraysar. Movilița historical name: Crimean Tatar: Musurat, probably rounded out phonetically from Musavv ...

Tortoman

Tortoman is a commune in Constanța County, Romania. The municipality includes two villages: Dropia historical names: Derinchioi, Turkish: Derinkoy. Tortoman. The name of the communes of Turkish origin.

Tuzla, Constanța

At the 2011 census, Tuzla had 5.985 Romanians 92.49%, 4 Hungarians 0.06%, 175 Turks 2.70%, 296 Tatars 4.57%, 3 Aromanians 0.05%, 8 others 0.12%.

Valu lui Traian

Valu lui Traian is a commune in Constanța County, Romania. The commune was founded in 1897 under the name Hasancea. In 1925 it was renamed Valu lui Trajan Trajans wall, after the vallum located nearby. In 1967, the village of Valea Seaca historic ...

Aita Mare

Aita Mare is a commune in Covasna County, Romania composed of two villages: Aita Mare and Aita Medie. It was part of the Szekely areas in the historical province of Transylvania.

Arcuș

Arcuș is a commune in Covasna County, Romania. Composed of a single village, Arcuș, it became an independent commune when it split from Valea Crișului in 2004. Arcuș previously formed part of the Szekely Land region of the historical Transylvania ...

Barcani

Barcani is a commune in Covasna County, in the geographical region of Transylvania, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Barcani, Ladauți and Saramaș. It also included Valea Mare village before it was split off to form a separate commune in ...

Belin, Covasna

Belin is a commune in Covasna County, Transylvania, Romania composed of two villages: Belin and Belin-Vale.

Bixad, Covasna

Bixad is a commune in Covasna County, Transylvania, Romania. Composed of a single village, Bixad, it was joined to Malnaș in 1968. It once again became an independent commune when it split off in 2004. It lies in the Szekely Land, an ethno-cultur ...

Bodoc, Covasna

Bodoc is a commune in Covasna County, Romania composed of three villages: Bodoc, Olteni and Zalan. It was part of the Szekely areas in the historical province of Transylvania.

Boroșneu Mare

Boroșneu Mare is a commune in Covasna County, Romania composed of six villages: Boroșneu Mare, Boroșneu Mic, Dobolii de Sus, Leț, Țufalau and Valea Mica.

Braduț

Braduț is a commune in Covasna County, Romania composed of four villages: Braduț, Doboșeni, Filia, Talișoara.

Brateș

Brateș is a commune in Covasna County, Romania composed of three villages: Brateș. Telechia / Orbaitelek. Pachia / Pake. (Паче / Пейк)

Brețcu

Brețcu is a commune in Covasna County, Transylvania, Romania composed of three villages: Oituz / Ojtoztelep. (Дом Oituz / Ojtoztelep) Brețcu / Bereck. Martanuș / Kezdimartonos. The village was recorded under different names: Bereczk 1476, Breczko ...

Catalina, Covasna

Catalina is a commune in Covasna County, Romania, composed of five villages: Catalina / Szentkatolna. (Каталина / Szentkatolna) Imeni / Imecsfalva. (Имени / Imecsfalva) Marcușa / Kezdimarkosfalva. Hatuica / Hatolyka. Martineni / Kezdimartonfalva. ...

Cernat, Covasna

Cernat is a commune in Covasna County, Romania composed of three villages: Cernat / Csernaton. (Чернат / Csernaton) Albis / Kezdialbis. (Албис / Kezdialbis) Icafalau / Ikafalva. It was part of the district of Haromszek region Szekely land in the ...

Comandau

Comandau is a commune in Covasna County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Comandau. It was part of the Szekely areas in the historical province of Transylvania.

Estelnic

Estelnic is a commune in Covasna County, Romania. It became an independent commune when it split from Poian in 2005. The commune is composed of three villages: Carpinenii / Csangotelep. Estelnic / Esztelnek. Valea Scurta / Kurtapatak. It was part ...

Ghelința

Ghelința is a commune in Covasna County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Ghelința and Harale. It was part of the Szekely Land, an ethno-cultural region in the historical region of Transylvania.

Ghidfalau

Ghidfalau is a commune in Covasna County, Romania composed of four villages: Ghidfalau / Gidofalva. Zoltan / Erfalvazoltan. (Золтан / Erfalvazoltan) Angheluș / Angyalos. Fotoș / Fotosmartonos. It was part of the Szekely areas in the historical pr ...

Haghig

The commune has an ethnically mixed population. According to the 2011 census, it has a population of 2.258 of which 41.18% or 930 are Romanians, 30.55% or 690 are Roma and 28.12% or 635 are Szekely Hungarians.

Ilieni

Ilieni is a commune located in Covasna County, south-eastern Transylvania, 7 km south of the county seat Sfantu Gheorghe. The commune is composed of three villages: Ilieni / Illyefalva. (Петрошани / Illyefalva) Sancraiu / Sepsiszentkiraly. Doboli ...

Lemnia

Lemnia is a commune in Covasna County, Romania. The commune is composed of a single village, Lemnia. It also included two other villages until 2004, when they were split off to form Mereni Commune. It was part of the Szekely areas in the historic ...

Malnaș

Malnaș is a commune in Covasna County, Romania composed of three villages: Malnaș. Malnaș-Bai / Malnasfurdo. (Malnaș-Бай / Malnasfurdo) Valea Zalanului / Zalanpatak. In 2004 the mountains and Micfalau separated from Malnaș and formed an independe ...

Mereni, Covasna

Mereni is a commune in Covasna County, Transylvania, Romania composed of two villages: Lutoasa / Csomortan. Mereni / Kezdialmas. (Мерень / Kezdialmas)

Micfalau

It formed part of the Szekely Land region of the historical Transylvania province. Until 1918, the village belonged to the Haromszek County of the Kingdom of Hungary. After the Treaty of Trianon of 1920, it became part of Romania. Later it became ...

Moacșa

Moacșa is a commune in Covasna County, Romania composed of two villages: Moacșa / Maksa. (Moacșa / Макса) Padureni / Sepsibesenyo.

Ojdula

The commune has an absolute Szekely Hungarian majority. According to the 2002 Census it has a population of 3.520 of which 92.47% or 3.255 are Hungarian.