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Sadu (other)
Sadu
Sadu
(German: Zood; Hungarian: Cód) is a commune in Sibiu
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
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Sadu (other)
Sadu
Sadu
may refer to:Sadu, commune in Romania Sadu
Sadu
(Jiu), a river in Romania, tributary of the Jiu
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Tălmaciu
Tălmaciu
Tălmaciu
(German: Talmesch; Hungarian: Nagytalmács) is a town in Sibiu
Sibiu
County, in central Romania, 20 km south of the county capital Sibiu. It lies on the east end of the Mărginimea Sibiului
Mărginimea Sibiului
area. At the 2011 census, 95.3% of inhabitants were Romanians, 3.3% Roma, 0.8% Hungarians
Hungarians
and 0.6% Germans.Contents1 Geography 2 History 3 Economy 4 Image gallery 5 External linksGeography[edit] Tălmaciu
Tălmaciu
is situated at the confluence of the Sadu
Sadu
and Cibin rivers, two km before the confluence of the Cibin with the Olt. It lies on one of the main access routes between Transylvania
Transylvania
and Wallachia, at the north entrance of the Olt River
Olt River
Gorge; the European route
European route
E81 passes through it
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Mediaș
Mediaș
Mediaș
(Romanian pronunciation: [ˈmedi.aʃ]; German: Mediasch; Hungarian: Medgyes; Transylvanian Saxon: Medwesch) is the second largest city in Sibiu
Sibiu
County, Transylvania, Romania.Contents1 Geographic location 2 History 3 Population 4 Economy 5 Education 6 Media 7 Tourism 8 Wine 9 Sports 10 Natives 11 International relations11.1 Twin towns—Sister cities12 References 13 External linksGeographic location[edit] Mediaș
Mediaș
is located in the middle basin of Târnava Mare River, at 39 km from Sighișoara
Sighișoara
and 41 km from Blaj. The health resort Bazna, officially recognized for the first time in 1302, is 18 km from Mediaș. The health resort offers mineral water springs, rich in salts, mineral mud and a special type of salt, called " Bazna
Bazna
salt"
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List Of Cities And Towns In Romania
This is a list of cities and towns in Romania, ordered by population according to the 2002 and 2011 censuses.[1] For the major cities, average altitude is also given
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Agnita
Agnita (Romanian pronunciation: [aɡˈnita] ( listen); German: Agnetheln; Hungarian: Szentágota; Transylvanian Saxon dialect: Ongenîtlen) is a town on the Hârtibaciu river in Sibiu County, Transylvania, central Romania. It is considered the locality in the center of the country. The town administers two villages, Coveș (Käbisch; Ágotakövesd) and Ruja (Roseln; Rozsonda).Contents1 Demographics 2 History 3 References 4 External linksDemographics[edit]Historical populationYear Pop. ±%1956 9,108 —    1966 10,865 +19.3%1977 12,853 +18.3%1992 12,325 −4.1%2002 12,115 −1.7%2011 8,300 −31.5%Source: Census dataThe population was 8,300 at the 2011 census, of which 94.2% were Romanians, 2.9% Hungarians, 1.5% Roma and 1% Germans. History[edit] The first document mentioning it is a land sale contract signed in 1280 by one Henric from Sancta Agatha
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Avrig
Avrig
Avrig
(Romanian pronunciation: [aˈvriɡ]; German: Freck, Hungarian: Felek) is a town in the Sibiu
Sibiu
County, Romania. It has a population of 12,815 and the first documents attesting its existence date to 1346.Contents1 Demographics 2 Geography 3 Tourism 4 Natives 5 Image gallery 6 External linksDemographics[edit]Historical populationYear Pop. ±%1992 14,965 —    2002 14,260 −4.7%2011 12,815 −10.1%Source: Census dataAt the 2011 census, 95.6% of inhabitants were Romanians, 2.1% Hungarians, 1.5% Roma and 0.5% Germans. Geography[edit] The town administers four villages: Bradu (Gierelsau; Fenyőfalva), Glâmboaca (Hühnerbach; Glimboka), Mârșa and Săcădate (Sekadaten; Oltszakadát)
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Cisnădie
Cisnădie
Cisnădie
(Romanian pronunciation: [t͡ʃisnəˈdi.e]; German: Heltau; Transylvanian Saxon dialect: Hielt; Hungarian: Nagydisznód) is a town in Sibiu
Sibiu
County, Transylvania, Romania
Romania
located approximately 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) south of Sibiu. One village, Cisnădioara (Michelsberg; Kisdisznód), is administered by the town.Contents1 History 2 Demographics 3 Economy 4 Sights 5 Cisnădioara village 6 Image gallery 7 Bibliography 8 References 9 External linksHistory[edit] Cisnădie
Cisnădie
was mentioned for the first time in a document from the year 1204 under the name "Rivetel"
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Copșa Mică
Copșa Mică
Copșa Mică
(German: Kleinkopisch; Hungarian: Kiskapus) is a town in Sibiu
Sibiu
County, Transylvania, Romania, located north of Sibiu, 33 km east of Blaj, and 12 km southwest of Mediaș. The town's population of 5201 (as of 2011) is down significantly from its level in 1989, the year communism collapsed in Romania. At the 2011 census, 78.8% of inhabitants were Romanians, 11.9% Roma and 8.7% Hungarians. The town is best known for its status (in the 1990s) as one of the most polluted in Europe. This was due to the emissions of two factories in the area:One, open from 1935 to 1993, produced carbon black for dyes; its emissions permeated the area for nearly sixty years, leaving soot on homes, trees, animals, and everything else in the area
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Dumbrăveni
Dumbrăveni
Dumbrăveni
(before 1945 Ibașfalău; German: Elisabethstadt; Saxon dialect: Eppeschdorf; Hungarian: Erzsébetváros) is a town in the north of Sibiu
Sibiu
County, in the centre of Transylvania, c
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Miercurea Sibiului
Miercurea Sibiului
Miercurea Sibiului
(German: Reußmarkt; Hungarian: Szerdahely) is a town in the west of Sibiu
Sibiu
County, in southern Transylvania, central Rom
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Ocna Sibiului
Ocna Sibiului
Ocna Sibiului
(German: Salzburg; Hungarian: Vízakna) is a town in the centre of Sibiu
Sibiu
County, in southern Transylvania, central Romania, 10 km to the north-west of the county capital Sibiu
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Săliște
Săliște
Săliște
(German: Großendorf or Selischte; Hungarian: Szelistye) is a town in Sibiu County
Sibiu County
in the centre of Romania, 21 km west of the county capital, Sibiu, the main locality in the Mărginimea Sibiului area.Contents1 Geography 2 Demographics 3 Economy 4 History 5 Personalities 6 Image gallery 7 External linksGeography[edit] The town is situated at the edge of the Cindrel Mountains, on a series of river valleys which flow into the Cibin River
Cibin River
in the South part of the Transylvanian Plateau
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Alma, Sibiu
Alma (Hungarian: Küküllőalmás; German: Almaschken) is a commune located in Sibiu County, Romania
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Transylvanian School
The Transylvanian School (Școala Ardeleană in Romanian) was a cultural movement which was founded after part of the Romanian Orthodox Church in Habsburg-ruled Transylvania
Transylvania
accepted the leadership of the Pope
Pope
and became the Greek-Catholic Church (ca.1700). The links with Rome brought to the Romanian Tranylvanians the ideas of the Age of Enlightenment
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Alțâna
Alțâna (German: Alzen; Hungarian: Alcina) is a commune in the north of Sibiu County, central Romania, in the historical region of Transylvania. It is composed of three villages: Alțâna, Benești (Bägendorf; Bendorf) and Ghijasa de Sus (Obergesäß; Felsőgezés). Alțâna was one of the most important villages of the Transylvanian Saxon seat of Nocrich.Contents1 History1.1 Name 1.2 Natives2 ReferencesHistory[edit] In 1910 the Agnita to Sibiu railway line was completed with at station at Alțâna and Benești; however, the line was closed in 2001. An active restoration group has since been formed aiming to restore the entire line to working condition.[1] Name[edit] The legend says that the first German villagers were led by ten "greavi". These ten men counseled in the matter of how should they name the settlement and each of them wanted to use their name
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