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Gohor

Gohor is a commune in Galați County, Romania with a population of 3.855 people. It is composed of five villages: Gara Berheci, Gohor, Ireasca, Nartești and Poșta.

Liești

Liești is a commune in eastern Romania, the third-largest commune of Galați County, on the confluence of the Siret and Barlad rivers, very close to Tecuci and Galați. It is composed of two villages, Liești and Șerbanești. The latter is the southe ...

Munteni

Munteni is a commune in Galați County, Romania with a population of 9.684 people. It is composed of four villages: Frunzeasca, Munteni, Țiganești and Ungureni. It also included two other villages until 2004, when they were split off to form Negri ...

Namoloasa

Namoloasa is a commune in Galați County, in the Western Moldavia region of Romania. It is composed of three villages: Crangeni, Namoloasa and Namoloasa-Sat.

Negrilești, Galați

Negrilești is a commune in Galați County, Romania that lies close to Tecuci. It is composed of two villages, Negrilești and Slobozia Blaneasa. These were part of Munteni Commune until 2004, when they were split off.

Nicorești

Nicorești is a commune in Galați County, Romania with a population of 6.099 people. It is composed of ten villages: Braniștea, Coasta Lupei, Dobrinești, Fantani, Grozavești, Ionașești, Malureni, Nicorești, Piscu Corbului and Sarbi. It included tw ...

Oancea

Oancea is a commune in Galați County, Romania with a population of 1.546 people. It is composed of two villages, Oancea and Slobozia Oancea. It is also a border crossing between Moldova and Romania.

Priponești

Priponești is a commune in Galați County, Romania with a population of 2.544 people. It is composed of five villages: Cioraști, Huștiu, Liești, Priponești and Priponeștii de Jos. Huștiu village has been depopulated since 1977.

Radești, Galați

Radești is a commune in Galați County, Romania with a population of 1.490 people. It is composed of two villages, Cruceanu and Radești. These were part of Balabanești Commune until 2004, when they were split off.

Rediu, Galați

Rediu is a commune in Galați County, Romania with a population of 3.909 people at the 2002 census. It is composed of two villages, Plevna and Rediu. Suhurlui village broke off as a separate commune in 2008.

Șendreni

Șendreni is a commune in Galați County, Romania with a population of 3.102 people. It is composed of three villages: Movileni, Șendreni and Șerbeștii Vechi.

Slobozia Conachi

Slobozia Conachi is a commune in Galați County, Romania with a population of 7.178 people. It is composed of two villages, Izvoarele and Slobozia Conachi. It also included Cuza Voda village until 2005, when it was split off to form a separate com ...

Smardan, Galați

Smardan is a commune in Galați County, Romania with a population of 3.930 people. It is composed of three villages: Cișmele, Mihail Kogalniceanu and Smardan.

Suhurlui

Suhurlui is a commune in Galați County, Romania. Established in 2008 when it was split off from Rediu Commune, it is composed of a single village, Suhurlui.

Vanatori, Galați

Vanatori is a commune in Galați County, Romania with a population of 4.172 people. It is composed of three villages: Costi, Odaia Manolache and Vanatori.

Varlezi

Varlezi is a commune in Galați County, Romania with a population of 2.204 people, mostly Orthodox. It is composed of two villages, Craiești and Varlezi.

Adunații-Copaceni

Adunații-Copaceni is a commune located in Giurgiu County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Adunații-Copaceni, Daraști-Vlașca, Mogoșești and Varlaam.

Bolintin-Deal

Bolintin-Deal is a commune located in Giurgiu County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Bolintin-Deal and Mihai Voda. At the 2011 census, 99.5% of inhabitants were Romanians and 0.4% Roma, the latter formed a higher percentage of the popul ...

Bucșani, Giurgiu

The commune is composed of seven villages: Anghelești, Bucșani, Goleasca, Obedeni, Podișor, Uiești and Vadu Lat. Vadu lat sometimes spelled Vadul-lat-a village in the commune Bucșani. The village has a secondary school and a psychiatric hospital. ...

Bulbucata

Bulbucata is a commune located in Giurgiu County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Bulbucata, Coteni, Facau and Teișori. It is situated in the traditional region of Muntenia.

Calugareni, Giurgiu

Calugareni is a commune located in Giurgiu County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Braniștari, Calugareni, Crucea de Piatra, Hulubești and Uzunu. Municipality famous for the Battle of Calugareni, one of the most important battles in the ...

Clejani

Clejani is a commune in Giurgiu County, Romania, about 40 km south of Bucharest, in the Vlașca region, on the Danube Plains near the Bulgarian border. It is composed of four villages: Clejani, Neajlovu, Podu Doamnei and Sterea. The municipality i ...

Crevedia Mare

Crevedia Mare is a commune located in Giurgiu County, Romania The municipality is situated approximately 20 km West of Bucharest and 2 km South of TRANS Europe motorway E70 / A1. It is composed of six villages: Crevedia Mare, Crevedia mica, the D ...

Florești-Stoenești

Florești-Stoenești is a commune located in Giurgiu County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Florești, Palanca and Stoenești, the last is the administrative centre.

Gradinari, Giurgiu

Gradinari is a commune located in Giurgiu County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Gradinari, Tantava and Zorile. It was the location of a residence for 250 abandoned children with physical and intellectual disabilities during the 1990s.

Heraști

Heraști is a commune located in Giurgiu County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Heraști and Miloșești. Until 2004, these were part of Hotarele Commune, when they were split off to form a separate commune.

Hotarele

Hotarele is a commune located in Giurgiu County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Hotarele. Until 2004, it included Isvoarele, Teiușu, Heraști and Miloșești villages, the first two were split off that year to form Isvoarele Commune, a ...

Iepurești

Iepurești is a commune located in Giurgiu County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Banești, Chirculești, Gorneni, Iepurești, Stalpu and Valter Maracineanu.

Isvoarele

Isvoarele is a commune located in Giurgiu County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Isvoarele and Teiușu. These were part of Hotarele Commune until 2004, when they were split off to form a separate commune.

Izvoarele, Giurgiu

Izvoarele is a commune located in Giurgiu County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Chiriacu, Dimitrie Cantemir, Izvoarele, Petru Rareș, Radu Voda and Valea Bujorului.

Marșa

The etymology is lost in time. The Romanian word marșa, meaning "lure" or "bait", has probably nothing to do with the name origin. According to the 1901 edition Marele Dicționar geographic al Rominiei English language: the Great Romanian geograph ...

Prundu

Prundu is a commune located in Giurgiu County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Prundu and Puieni. Approximately 300 m from the Danube, there was also a hamlet called Flamanda, where about 30 Boyash Romanian and 5-6 families. Hamlet was d ...

Ulmi, Giurgiu

Ulmi is a commune located in Giurgiu County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Cascioarele, Draganeasca, Ghionea, Icoana, Moșteni, Poenari, Trestieni and Ulmi.

Vanatorii Mici

Vanatorii Mici is a commune located in Giurgiu County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Corbeanca, Cupele, Izvoru, Poiana lui Stanga, Valcelele, Vanatorii Mari, Vanatorii Mici and Zadariciu.

Vedea, Giurgiu

Vedea is a commune located in Giurgiu County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Vedea. It also included Malu village until 2003, when it was split off to form Malu Commune.

Baia de Fier

Baia de Fier is a commune in Gorj County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Baia de Fier and Cernadia. It is a sister city to Boccioleto, Italy since 2007. Peștera Muierilor is here.

Balanești, Gorj

Balanești is a commune in Gorj County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Balanești, Blidari, Canepești, Glodeni, Ohaba, Voiteștii din Deal and Voiteștii din Vale.

Balești, Gorj

Balești is a commune in Gorj County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Balești, Ceauru, Cornești, Gavanești, Rasova, Stolojani, Talpașești, Tamașești and Voinigești. The Church community of the Holy Archangels date 1679.

Bengești-Ciocadia

Bengești-Ciocadia is a commune in Gorj County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Bengești, Balcești, Bircii and Ciocadia.

Berlești

Berlești is a commune in Gorj County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Barzeiu, Berlești, Galcești, Lihulești, Parau Viu, Scrada and Scurtu.

Borascu

Borascu is a commune in Gorj County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Baniu, Borascu, Calaparu, Gura-Menți, Menții din Dos, Miluta and Scorușu.

Bustuchin

Bustuchin is a commune in Gorj County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Bustuchin, Cionți, Motorgi, Namete, Poiana-Seciuri, Poienița, Pojaru and Valea Pojarului.

Calnic, Gorj

Calnic is a commune in Gorj County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Calnic, Calnicu de Sus, Didilești, Galeșoaia, Hodoreasca, Pieptani, Pinoasa, Stejerei and Valceaua.

Capreni

Capreni is a commune in Gorj County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Aluniș, Bratești, Bulbuceni, Capreni, Cetatea, Cornetu, Dealu Spirei and Satu Nou.

Catunele

Catunele is a commune in Gorj County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Catunele, Dealu Viilor, Lupoaia, Steic, Valea Manastirii and Valea Perilor.

Ciuperceni, Gorj

Ciuperceni is a commune in Gorj County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Boboiești, Ciuperceni, Peșteana-Vulcan, Priporu, Stramba-Vulcan, Vartopu and Zorzila.

Crasna, Gorj

Crasna is a commune in Gorj County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Aninișu din Deal, Aninișu din Vale, Buzești, Carpiniș, Crasna, Crasna din Deal, Dragoiești, Dumbraveni and Radoși.

Crușeț

Crușeț is a commune in Gorj County, Romania. It is composed of ten villages: Bojinu, Crușeț, Marinești, Maiag, Mierea, Miericeaua, Slamnești, Slavuța, Urda de Jos and Valuța.

Danciulești

Danciulești is a commune in Gorj County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Bibulești, Danciulești, Halangești, Obarșia, Petrachei, Radinești and Zaicoiu.

Danești, Gorj

Danești is a commune in Gorj County, Romania. It is composed of eleven villages: Barza, Botorogi, Bratuia, Bucureasa, Danești, Merfulești, Șasa, Trocani, Țarculești, Ungureni and Vacarea.