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Arad, Romania print that page(0 KM)

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An important industrial center and transportation hub, Arad is also the seat of a Romanian Orthodox archbishop and features two universities, a Romanian Orthodox theological seminary, a training school for teachers and a music conservatory. The city has a population of approximately 172,000

Arad Central Railway Station print that page(2 KM)

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Arad Central services are in majority connected to the CFR 200 Main Line from Brașov / Bucureṣti Nord to Curtici. The Arad - Curtici line is the main railway link to Western Europe toward Budapest Keleti pu. Contents 1 Operators 1.1 International services 2 Lines 3 References

Stadionul Francisc von Neumann print that page(2 KM)

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Mureş Floodplain Natural Park print that page(5 KM)

The Mureş Floodplain Natural Park , set aside by the Romanian government in 2005, is located in western Romania outside the city of Arad. The park covers 17,455 ha and follows the Mureş River westward from the city of Arad to the Hungarian border. The park is a typical ecosystem for wetlands

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Arad International Airport print that page(6 KM)

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Livada, Arad print that page(9 KM)

According to the last census the population of the commune counts 2892 inhabitants, out of which 86,6% are Romanians, 11,3% Hungarians, 1,5% Germans and 0,6% are of other or undeclared nationalities. [ edit ] History The first documentary record of Livada dates back to 1553, while Sânleani

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Şofronea print that page(11 KM)

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According to the last census the population of the commune counts 2566 inhabitants. From an ethnical point of view it has the following structure: 64,0% are Romanians, 35,1% Hungarians, 0,5% Germans, 0,3% Ukrainians and 0,1% are of other or undeclared nationalities. [ edit ] History The

Zădăreni print that page(11 KM)

According to the last census, the population of the commune counts 2323 inhabitants, out of which 96,6% are Romanians, 3,1% Ukrainians and 0,1% are of other or undeclared nationalities. [ edit ] History The traces of inhabitance in this place date back to the antiquity. In the archaeological

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Şagu print that page(13 KM)

According to the last census, the population of the commune counts 3862 inhabitants, out of which 91,5% are Romanians, 3,8% Hungarians, 2,7% Roms, 1,2% Germans and 0,8% are of other or undeclared nationalities. [ edit ] History The first documentary record of Șagu dates back to 1333. Cruceni

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Zimandu Nou print that page(15 KM)

It has the following component villages: In Romanian In Hungarian Ethnic majority Andrei Şaguna Ötvenespuszta Romanians Zimanndcuz Zimándköz Hungarians Zimandu Nou Zimándújfalu Hungarians [ edit ] Population According to the last census, the population of the

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