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Arad ([aˈrad]) is an administrative division (judeţ) of Romania roughly translated into county in the western part of the country on the border with Hungary, mostly in the region of Crișana and few villages in Banat. The administrative center of the county lies in the city of Arad. The Arad County is part of the Danube–Criș–Mureș–Tisa Euroregion.
Cities, towns & villages in Arad
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CurticiCurtici (Hungarian: Kürtös, German: Kurtitsch) is a town located in Arad County, far western Romania. The town is situated at a 21 km distance from the county capital Arad, in the western part of Arad County. It is the most important railway meeting point of Central Europe with the western part of Romania. Its administrative territory extends on a 7970 ha area, on the Sântanei Plateau, a plateau characterized in the zone of the town by the sand hills formed by the old branches of the Mureș. Today it is a vineyard. Show Curticion the map
NădlacNădlac (Hungarian: Nagylak, Slovak: Nadlak) is a town in western Romania, Arad County. A former part of the town lies across the border with Hungary; this village is called Nagylak. An international border town, Nădlac is the main border crossing into western Romania from Hungary. It is also a centre of the Lutheran Slovak community in Romania. Situated in the western part of Arad County, 50 km from the county capital, at the western border of Romania, Nădlacis the main entrance gate from Western Europe. The administrative territory of the town is 132,5 square km and accordingto the last census its population counts 8144 inhabitants. Show Nădlacon the map
TauţTau (uppercase Τ, lowercase τ; Greek: ταυ [taf]) is the 19th letter of the Greek alphabet. In the system of Greek numerals it has a value of 300. The name in English is pronounced /taʊ/ or /tɔː/, but in modern Greek it is [taf]. This is because the pronunciation of the combination of Greek letters αυ has changed from ancient to modern times from one of [au] to either [av] or [af], depending on what follows (see Greek orthography). Tau was derived from the Phoenician letter taw 20px (Фթ. Letters that arose from tau include Roman T and Cyrillic Te (Т, т). Show Tauţon the map
LipovaLipova (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈlipova]; German and Hungarian: Lippa; Serbian: Липова, Lipova; Turkish: Lipva) is a town in Romania, Arad County, located in the Banat region of western Transylvania. It is situated at a distance of 34 km from Arad, the county capital, at the contact zone of the Mureș River with the Zarand Mountains, Western Plateau and Lipovei Hills. It administers two villages, Radna (Máriaradna) and Șoimoș (Solymosvár), and its total surface is 134.6 square km. Show Lipovaon the map
IneuIneu (Romanian pronunciation: [iˈnew]; Hungarian: Borosjenő; Serbian: Turkish: Yanova) is a town in Arad County, western Transylvania, Romania. It is situated at a distance of 57 km from the county capital Arad, it occupies a 116,6 square km surface at the contact point of Crișul Alb Basin and Crișurilor Plateau. Ineu is the main entrance gate into the Zărand Land (Țara Zarandului). The town administers one village, Mocrea (Apatelek). Show Ineuon the map
PleşcuţaPleșcuța (Hungarian: Peleskefalva), a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated in the Hălmagiu Basin, at the footof Codru-Moma Mountains and Metaliferi Mountains, along the upper course of the Crişul Alb River. It is connected with the Gurahonț Basin by the epigenetic defile of the Crişul Alb existing between Pleșcuţa and Gurahonţ. The commune stretches over 7000 hectares and is composed of seven villages: Aciuța (Acsuca), Budești (Bugyfalva), Dumbrava (Körösdombró), Gura Văii (Vojkaháza), Pleșcuța (situated at 116 km from Arad), Rostoci (Rosztócs) and Tălagiu (Talács). Show Pleşcuţaon the map
HălmagiuHălmagiu (Hungarian: Nagyhalmágy, Hungarian pronunciation: is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Hălmagiu commune is situated in the basin with the same name, at the confluence of the Hălmăgel and Crișul Alb Rivers, at the foot of Bihor Mountains. It stretches over 8400 hectares. It is composed of eleven villages: Bănești (Zarándbánya), Bodești (Bogyafalva), Brusturi (Páfrányos), Cristești (Keresztespatak), Hălmagiu (situated at 136 km from Arad), Ionești (Körösivánd), Leasa (Sövényes), Leștioara (Kisles), Poienari (Halmágymező), Tisa (Tiszafalva) and Țărmure (Martfalva). Show Hălmagiuon the map
Vărădia de MureşVărădia de Mureș (colloquially Totvărădia, or \"Slovak Vărădia\"; Hungarian: Tótvárad; German: Waradia, Turkish: Varadiye) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. It stretches over approximately 12600 hectares, situated in the contact zone of Metaliferi Mountains and Zărandului Mountains, respectively partially in the large valley of the Mureș River. It is composed of six villages: Baia (Kisbaja), Julița (Gyulatő), Lupești (Farkasháza), Nicolae Bălcescu (Alsóköves), Stejar (Szarvaság) and Vărădia de Mureș (situated at 81 km from Arad). Show Vărădia de Mureşon the map
SăvârşinSăvârșin (Hungarian: Soborsin) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Săvârșin commune lies at the foot of the Metaliferi Mountains, at its contact point with the Mureș Couloir. Its surface occupies approximately 22000 hectares and it is composed of nine villages: Căprioara (Kaprióra), Cuiaș (Felsőköves), Hălăliș (Áldásos), Pârnești (Pernyefalva), Săvârșin (situated at 87 km from Arad), Temeșești (Temesd), Toc (Tok), Troaș (Trojás) and Valea Mare (Marosnagyvölgy). Săvârșin is best known for the royal palace Săvârșin Castle. Show Săvârşinon the map
MișcaThe mica group of sheet silicate (phyllosilicate) minerals includes several closely related materials having nearly perfect basal cleavage. All are monoclinic, with a tendency towards pseudohexagonal crystals, and are similar in chemical composition. The nearly perfect cleavage, which is the most prominent characteristic of mica, is explained by the hexagonal sheet-like arrangement of its atoms. The word mica is derived from the Latin word mica, meaning a crumb, and probably influenced by micare, to glitter. Show Mișcaon the map
PâncotaPâncota (Hungarian: Pankota) is a town in Arad County, western Transylvania, Romania. The town is situated at a 37 km distance from the county capital (Arad), in the central zone of the county, at the contact zone of the Aradului Plateau and Zărandului Mountains. The administrative territory of the town is 70.9 square km. The town administers one village, Măderat (Magyarád). The first mention in documents of the locality dates back to 1202-1203 when it was known as villa Pankota. Show Pâncotaon the map
BârzavaBârzava (Hungarian: Berzova) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. The commune Bârzava is situated at the foot of Zărand Mountains, at its contact point with Metaliferi Mountains, along the Bârzava River - the right branch of the Mureș River. It is composed of eight villages: Bârzava (situated at 61 km from Arad), Bătuța (Battuca), Căpruța (Kapruca), Dumbrăvița (Alsódombró), Groșii Noi (Garassa), Lalașinț (Lalánc), Monoroștia (Marosmonyoró) and Slatina de Mureș (Marosszlatina). Show Bârzavaon the map
PecicaPecica (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈpet͡ʃʲ.ka]; Hungarian: Pécska; German: Petschka; Serbian: Печка/Pečka) is a town in Arad County, Romania. In ancient times it was a Dacian fortress called Ziridava and today it is an important archeological site. Situated at 25 kilometres (16 mi) from Arad, it was declared a town in 2004. Its administrative territory extends into the Arad Plateau. The town administers three villages: Bodrogu Vechi (Óbodrog), Sederhat (Szederhát) and Turnu (Tornya). Show Pecicaon the map
UsusăuUsusău (Hungarian: Marosaszó) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, situated in the couloir zone of the Mureş River, in the northern part of the Lipovei Hills. The administrative territory of the commune is 13,543 hectares. It is composed of five villages: Bruznic (Marosborosznok), Dorgoș (Dorgos), Pătârș (Petercse), Ususău (situated at 43 km from Arad) and Zăbalț (Szabálcs). Until 2005, the commune was called Dorgoș and that village was the commune centre. Show Ususăuon the map
BeliuBeliu (Hungarian: Bél) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Beliu commune lies in the contact zone of Teuzului Plateau with Mărăușului Hills, along the Beliu River. It is composed of six villages: Beliu (situated at 77 km from Arad), Benești (Benyefalva), Bochia (Boklya), Vasile Goldiș (Lunca Teuzului until 2005, and until 1968 a separate commune called Mocirla; Bélmocsolya), Secaci (Felsőszakács) and Tăgădău (Tagadómedgyes). Its territory is 3695 ha. Show Beliuon the map
HășmașHășmaș (Hungarian: Bélhagymás) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Hășmaș lies in the northern part of the Ineu Basin, at the contact zone of Cărandului Hills with Mărăușului Hills and Codru-Moma Mountains, along the Hășmaș River. Its surface is 8,844 hectares. It is composed of six villages: Agrișu Mic (Bélegregy), Botfei (Botfej), Clit (Pusztaklit), Comănești (Kománfalva), Hășmaș (situated at 87 km from Arad) and Urvișu de Beliu (Bélörvényes). Show Hășmașon the map
BraziiBrazii (Hungarian: Raj) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. It is situated in the southern part of the Gurahonț Basin, at the western foot of Măgura Ciungani Mountains and at the northern foot of Husu Massif, in the hydrographical basin of the Sighișoara River. It is composed of five villages: Brazii (situated at 111 km from Arad), Buceava-Șoimuș (Solymosbucsa), Iacobini (Zöldes), Mădrigești (Madarsák) and Secaș (Alsószakács). Show Braziion the map
VingaVinga is a commune in Arad County, western Romania, south of the county seat of Arad, with a population of 5,828 inhabitants (as of 2011). Vinga is located in the northern section of the Banat. The people in Vinga are mainly Romanians, the second largest ethnic group being Hungarians. There is a Bulgarian minority of Catholic faith, known as the Banat Bulgarians, who have historically been the dominant ethnicity in Vinga. Show Vingaon the map
VârfurileVârfurile (Hungarian: Halmágycsúcs) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. It lies on the north-western part of the Hălmagiu Basin, at the feet of Bihor and Codru-Moma Mountains. Its territory is 13600 ha. It is composed of eight villages: Avram Iancu (Ácsva), Groși (Halmágygóros), Lazuri (Irtványfalu), Măgulicea (Kismaglód), Mermești (Mermesd), Poiana (Csúcsmező), Vârfurile (situated at 128 km from Arad) and Vidra. Show Vârfurileon the map
ŞiriaȘiria (German: Hellburg; Hungarian: Világos) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. According to the 2002 census it had 8,140 inhabitants. The administrative territory of the commune is 12,106 hectares (29,910 acres) and it lies in the contact zone of the Arad Plateau and Zărandului Mountains. It is composed of three villages: Galșa (Galsa), Mâsca (Muszka) and Șiria (situated at 28 kilometres (17 mi) from Arad). Show Şiriaon the map
SebişSebiș (Hungarian: Borossebes) is a town in Arad County, western Transylvania, Romania. Situated 82 km from the county capital, Sebiș is one of the most important urban centres in the Crișul Alb valley. It administers three villages: Donceni (Dancsfalva), Prunișor (Kertes) and Sălăjeni (Szelezsény). Its territory occupies 61.81 square km in the greater Sebiș Basin, which is a sub-unit of the Crișul Alb Basin. Show Sebişon the map
FelnacFelnac (Hungarian: Fönlak; Serbian: Фелнак) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Felnac commune is situated in the Vingăi Plateau, on the left side of the Mureș Valley and it surface occupies 5120 ha. It is composed of two villages, Călugăreni (Újvinga) and Felnac (situated at 20 km from Arad). It also included Bodrogu Nou and Zădăreni villages until 2004, when they were split off to form Zădăreni Commune. Show Felnacon the map
ŞilindiaȘilindia (Hungarian: Selénd) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is lies in the Crișul Alb Basin, at the northern feet of Cigherul Hills, along the Cigher River. Its total surface is 3093 hectares. It is composed of five villages: Camna (Kávna), Iercoșeni (Újárkos), Luguzău (Lugozó), Satu Mic (Dezsőháza) and Șilindia (situated at 54 km from Arad). A 2,000-year-old Dacian treasure was found there. Show Şilindiaon the map
PăulişPăuliș (Hungarian: Ópálos) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated in the contact zone of the Mureș Couloir with the Aradului Plateau and Zărand Mountains. The administrative territory of the commune is 12,806 hectares. The commune centre is situated at 25 km from Arad. It is composed of four villages: Barațca (Pálosbaracka), Cladova (Kalodva), Păuliș and Sâmbăteni (Szabadhely). Show Păulişon the map
VladimirescuVladimirescu (Glogovăți until 1947; Hungarian: Glogovác; German: Glogowatz) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated in the south-eastern part of the Aradului Plateau. Its territory stretches over 12400 ha. It is composed of four villages: Cicir (Maroscsicsér), Horia (formerly Pănadu Nou; Újpanád; Neupanat), Mândruloc (Mondorlak) and Vladimirescu (situated at 8 km from Arad). Show Vladimirescuon the map
TârnovaTârnova (Hungarian: Tornova) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated in the contact zone of the Cigherului Hills and Zărandului Mountains, it occupies approximately 19,000 hectares. The commune is composed of six villages: Agrișu Mare (Almásegres), Arăneag (Székesaranyág), Chier (Kurtakér), Drauț (Doroszlófalva), Dud (Dúd) and Târnova (situated at 44 km from Arad). Show Târnovaon the map
ZăbraniZăbrani (German: Guttenbrunn; Hungarian: Temeshidegkút) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. It is situated in the eastern part of the Vingăi Plateau, in its contact zone with the Lipovei Hills. Its administrative territory stretches over 11778 hectares. It is composed of three villages: Chesinț (Lippakeszi), Neudorf (Temesújfalu) and Zăbrani (situated at 29 km from Arad). Show Zăbranion the map
BirchişBirchiș (Hungarian: Marosberkes; German: Birkisch) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. The commune is situated in the contact zone of the Mureș Couloir with the Lipovei Hills and it stretches over a surface of 10228 ha. It is composed of four villages: Birchiș (situated at 81 km from Arad), Căpâlnaș (Kápolnás), Ostrov (Marossziget) and Virișmort (Szádvörösmart). Show Birchişon the map
FântâneleFântânele (German: Engelsbrunn; Hungarian: Angyalkút) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. The commune is situated on the Vingăi Plateau, on the left bank of the Mureș River. It is composed of two villages: Fântânele (situated 10 km from Arad) and Tisa Nouă (Wiesenheid; Réthát). It also included Aluniș and Frumușeni villages until 2004, when they were split off. Show Fântâneleon the map
HălmăgelHălmăgel (Hungarian: Kishalmágy) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. It is situated in the Hălmagiu Basin, at the foot of Bihor Mountains, along the Hălmăgel River. It occupies approximately 7000 ha and it is composed of five villages: Hălmăgel (situated at 140 km from Arad), Luncșoara (Hosszúsor), Sârbi (Szerb), Târnăvița (Fazekastarnó) and Țohești (Csohosd). Show Hălmăgelon the map
SântanaSântana (Romanian pronunciation: [sɨnˈtana]; German: Neusanktanna; Hungarian: Újszentanna) is a town in north-western Romania, in the county of Arad. It had 12,936 inhabitants as of 2002. The town is situated in the northern part of the Aradului Plateau, at a 29 km distance from the county capital (Arad). Declared a town in 2003, it administers one village, Caporal Alexa (Erdőskerek). Show Sântanaon the map
ZădăreniZădăreni (Hungarian: Zádorlak) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated in the northern part of the Vinga Plateau, along the Mureș valley. Its territory occupies 2145 hectares. It is composed of two villages: Bodrogu Nou (Újbodrog) and Zădăreni (situated at 8 km from Arad). These were part of Felnac Commune until 2004, when they were split off. Show Zădărenion the map
ZerindZerind (Hungarian: Nagyzerénd) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Its administrative territory stretches over 5100 hectares and it is situated in the lower part of the Crișurilor Plateau, at Romania's western border, on the Crișul Negru's valley. It is composed of two villages: Iermata Neagră (Feketegyarmat) and Zerind (situated at 56 km from Arad). Show Zerindon the map
ConopConop (Hungarian: Konop) is a commune located in Arad County, Romania. Conop is situated at the southern foot of Zărand Mountains, in the Mureșului Couloir. The commune stretches over 5420 ha and it is composed of five villages: Belotinț (Belotinc), Chelmac (Maroseperjes), Conop (situated 50 km from Arad), Milova (Milova) and Odvoș (Odvos). Show Conopon the map
DieciDieci (Hungarian: Décse) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Dieci commune is situated in the Gurahonț Basin, on the right bank of the Crișul Alb River, and it stretches over 8469 hectares. It is composed of five villages: Cociuba (Köröskocsoba), Crocna (Koroknya), Dieci (situated 100 km from Arad), Revetiș (Rékes) and Roșia (Borosrósa). Show Diecion the map
SecusigiuSecusigiu (Hungarian: Székesút) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated in the north-western part of the Vingăi Plateau and it occupies 17202 ha. It is composed of four villages: Munar (Munár), Satu Mare (Temesnagyfalu), Sânpetru German (Németszentpéter; German: Deutschsanktpeter) and Secusigiu (situated at 31 km from Arad). Show Secusigiuon the map
IgneştiIgnești (Hungarian: Ignafalva) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated at the southern foot of Codru-Moma Mountains, in the Ineu-Gurahonț Basin. The commune stretches over 5192 hectares and is composed of four villages: Ignești (situated at 89 km from Arad), Minead (Menyéd), Nădălbești (Nádalmás) and Susani (Susányfalva). Show Igneştion the map
BataBata (Hungarian: Batta) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, in the historical region of Banat. The commune lies in the contact zone of the Lipovei Plateau and the large deep valley of the River Mureș, respectively in the Brănișca-Păuliș Couloir. It is composed of four villages: Bacău de Mijloc (Bakamező), Bata (situated at 67 km from Arad), Bulci (Bulcs) and Țela. Show Bataon the map
BârsaBârsa (Hungarian: Barza) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. The commune is situated in the Sebiș Basin, on the left part of the Mills Ditch and it has an administrative territory of 5174 ha. It is composed of four villages: Aldești (Áldófalva), Bârsa (situated at 77 km from Arad), Hodiș (Zarándhódos) and Voivodeni (Körösvajda). Show Bârsaon the map
SeleuşSeleuș (Hungarian: Csigérszőllős) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Seleuș commune lies in the eastern part of the Crișul Alb Plateau, along the Cigher River. Its administrative territory occupies 4122 hectares. It is composed of three villages: Iermata (Csigérgyarmat), Moroda (Marót) and Seleuș (situated at 44 km from Arad). Show Seleuşon the map
SemlacSemlac (Hungarian: Szemlak) is a commune located in Arad County, in the western part of Romania, near the border with Hungary, is situated in the south-western part of the Arad Plateau, in the large valley of the Mureș River. Its territory occupies 8517 ha. It is composed of a single village, Semlac, situated at 37 km from Arad. Show Semlacon the map
ArchişArchiș (Hungarian: Bélárkos) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. It is situated in the northern part of the Sebiș Basin, at the foot of the Codru Moma Mountains, and its surface is 68.07 km2. It is composed of four villages: Archiș (situated at 84 km from Arad), Bârzești (Barzafalva), Groșeni (Tönköd) and Nermiș (Nermegy). Show Archişon the map
ŞeitinȘeitin (Hungarian: Sajtény) is a commune in western Romania, located in the southwest part of Arad County, is situated in the south-western part of the Arad Plateau, in the valley of the Mureş River, and it covers approximately 6680ha. The commune is composed of a single village, Șeitin, situated at 47 km from Arad. Show Şeitinon the map
GhiorocGhioroc (Hungarian: Gyorok) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Ghioroc commune is situated in the contactzone of Zărand Mountains and Aradului Plateau, on the Matca channel, and it stretches over 4890 ha. It is composed of three villages: Cuvin (Aradkövi), Ghioroc (situated at 22 km from Arad) and Miniș (Ménes). Show Ghiorocon the map
ChisindiaChisindia (Hungarian: Keszend) is a commune in Arad County, Romania.Chisindia lies in the southern part of the Sebiș Basin, at the foot of the Cuedului Hills, and it has a surface of 12928 ha. It is composed of three villages: Chisindia (situated at 92 km from Arad), Păiușeni (Pajzs) and Văsoaia (Vészalja). Show Chisindiaon the map
ApateuApateu (Hungarian: Apáti) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. The commune is situated in the CrișurilorPlateau and is composed of three villages: Apateu (situated at 77 km from Arad), Berechiu (Alsóbarakony) and Moțiori. The nearest city is Ineu at 35 km. Its total administrative territory is 7610 ha. Show Apateuon the map
IratoşuIratoșu (Hungarian: Nagyiratos) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, on the Aradului Plateau, at the western border of Romania. The commune stretches over 3770 hectares and is composed of three villages: Iratoșu (situated at 22 km from Arad), Variașu Mare (Nagyvarjas) and Variașu Mic (Kisvarjaspuszta). Show Iratoşuon the map
PiluPilu (Hungarian: Nagypél) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated on the Criș Plateau, in the north-western part of the county, at the western border of Romania. The commune stretches over 7177 ha and is composed of two villages, Pilu (situated at 62 km from Arad) and Vărșand (Gyulavarsánd). Show Piluon the map
ŞiculaȘicula (Hungarian: Sikula) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated on the southern part of the Teuz Plateau, along the Crişul Alb River. Its surface stretches over 13,130 ha. It is composed of three villages: Chereluș (Kerülős), Gurba (Garba) and Șicula (situated at 51 km (32 mi) from Arad). Show Şiculaon the map
ButeniBușteni (Romanian pronunciation: [buʃˈtenʲ]) is a small mountain town in the north of Prahova County, in central Romania. It is located in the Prahova Valley, at the bottom of the Bucegi Mountains, that have a maximum altitude of 2505 m. Its name literally means tree-logs in Romanian. One village, Poiana Țapului, is administratively part of the town, formerly a separate commune prior to 1950. According to the 2011 census, it has 8,894 inhabitants. The main local industries are wood industry and tourism. Many holiday houses have been recently built in the town. Show Butenion the map
CărandCărand (Hungarian: Hévízkáránd) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Cărand commune is situated in the northern part of the Sebiș Basin, at the foot of Codru-Moma Mountains and its surface is 3813 ha. It is composed of two villages, Cărand (situated at 92 km from Arad) and Seliștea (Bélmárkaszék). Show Cărandon the map
OlariOlari (Hungarian: Varsánd) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated on the Aradului Plateau, on the Morilor Ditch, on the left bank of the Crişul Alb River. Its surface occupies 4767 ha. It is composed of two villages, Olari (situated at 35 km (22 mi) from Arad) and Sintea Mică (Szineke). Show Olarion the map
GurahonţGurahonț (Hungarian: Gurahonc) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. It is composed of ten villages: Bonțești (Boncesd), Dulcele (Dulcsele), Feniș (Körösfényes), Gurahonț, Honțișor (Honcisor), Iosaș (Jószás), Mustești (Musztesd), Pescari (Holdmézes), Valea Mare (Valemáre) and Zimbru (Zombrád). Show Gurahonţon the map
GrăniceriGrăniceri (Hungarian: Ottlaka, Serbian: Graničar) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated on the Crișurilor Plain, at the western border of Romania. The commune stretches over 7,900 hectares (20,000 acres) and is composed of two villages, Grăniceri (situated at 61 km from Arad) and Șiclău (Sikló). Show Grănicerion the map
ŞiştarovăţȘiștarovăț (Hungarian: Sistaróc) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated on the Lipovei Hills and itoccupies approximately 12,300 ha. It is composed of four villages: Cuveșdia (Temeskövesd), Labașinț (Lábas), Șiștarovăț (situated at 42 km from Arad) and Varnița (Mészdorgos). Show Şiştarovăţon the map
Peregu MarePeregu Mare (Hungarian: Németpereg; Slovak: Veľký Pereg) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, on the Arad Plateau, at the western border of Romania. The commune stretches over 3095 ha and is composed of two villages, Peregu Mare (situated at 38 km from Arad) and Peregu Mic (Kispereg). Show Peregu Mareon the map
ZărandZărand (Hungarian: Zaránd) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. It lies over approximately 7600 hectares on the Crișurilor Plateau, at the confluence of the Cigher and Crișul Alb rivers. It is composed of two villages, Cintei (Köröscsente) and Zărand (situated at 51 km from Arad). Show Zărandon the map
BocsigBocsig (Hungarian: Bokszeg) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. The commune is situated in the Ineu Basin, along the Crişul Alb River, and it stretches over 6648 ha. It is composed of three villages: Bocsig (situated at 67 km from Arad), Mânerău (Monyoró) and Răpsig (Repszeg). Show Bocsigon the map
LivadaLivada (Hungarian: Fakert) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Livada commune is situated on the Arad Plateau, northward from Arad. The commune stretches over 2013 hectares and is composed of two villages, Livada (situated at 10 km from Arad) and Sânleani (Szentleányfalva). Show Livadaon the map
ŞimandȘimand (Hungarian: Simánd) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. It is situated in the contact zone of the Aradului and Crișurilor Plateaus, on the Morilor Ditch and stretches over 10,089 hectares. It is composed of a single village, Șimand, situated at 30 km from Arad. Show Şimandon the map
MoneasaMoneasa (Hungarian: Menyháza) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated at the foot of Codru-Moma Mountains. Its administrative surface stretches over 6824 hectares and it is composed of two villages, Moneasa (situated at 102 km from Arad) and Rănușa (Kisróna). Show Moneasaon the map
DorobanțiDorobanți (Hungarian: Kisiratos) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Dorobanți commune lies in the Arad Plateau and it stretches over 2780 hectare. It is composed of a single village, Dorobanți, split off from Curtici town in 2004. It is situated at 25 km from Arad. Show Dorobanțion the map
CermeiCermei (Hungarian: Csermő) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, situated in the Teuzului Plateau, in the basin of the Sartiș River. It is composed of three villages: Avram Iancu (Püspökpuszta), Cermei (situated at 67 km from Arad) and Șomoșcheș (Somoskeszi). Show Cermeion the map
DeznaDezna (Hungarian: Dézna) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Located in the Dezna River valley about 7 km from Sebiş, it is composed of five villages: Buhani (Bajnokfalva), Dezna, Laz (Déznaláz), Neagra (Kisfeketefalu) and Slatina de Criș (Mikószlatina). Show Deznaon the map
SocodorSocodor (Hungarian: Székudvar) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. The commune is situated in the western part of the Crișul Alb Plateau and it stretches over 11260 ha. It is composed of a single village, Socodor, situated at 48 km from Arad. Show Socodoron the map
ŞofroneaȘofronea (Hungarian: Sofronya) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, lies in the Aradului Plateau and it stretches over 3490 ha. It is composed of two villages, Sânpaul (Szentpál) and Șofronea (situated at 10 km from Arad). Show Şofroneaon the map
ȘepreușȘepreuș (Hungarian: Seprős) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated on the northern part of the Teuz Plateau, it stretches over 5768 ha. It is composed of a single village, Șepreuș, situated at 63 km from Arad. Show Șepreușon the map
MaceaMacea (Hungarian: Mácsa; German: Matscha) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, composed of two villages, Macea and Sânmartin (Szentmárton, Aradsanktmartin). It is located 23 km from Arad and 6 km from Curtici. Show Maceaon the map
Sintea MareSintea Mare (Hungarian: Szinte) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. The commune lies on the Crișul Alb Plateau, its administrative territory being 11871 hectares. Show Sintea Mareon the map
AradMicălaca (Hungarian: Mikelaka) is a district in the east of Arad, Romania, approximately 5 km from the city center. The Mureș River flows through the district. Show Aradon the map
Zimandu NouZimandu Nou (Hungarian: Zimándújfalu) is a commune located in Arad County, Romania, is situated in the Aradului Plateau and it stretches over 7430 hectares. Show Zimandu Nouon the map
Chişineu-CrişChișineu-Criș (Hungarian: Kisjenő) is a town in Arad County, western Transylvania, Romania. Show Chişineu-Crişon the map
PetrişPetriș (Hungarian: Marospetres) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated in the contact zone of Mureș Couloir with Metaliferi Mountains. The administrative territory of the commune is approximately 13,100 ha. It is composed of six villages: Corbești (Maroshollód), Ilteu (Iltő), Obârșia (Óborsa), Petriș (situated at 106 km from Arad), Roșia Nouă (Rósa) and Seliște (Marosszeleste). Show Petrişon the map
ŞaguȘagu (Hungarian: Németság, German: Segenthau) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated on the Vingăi Plateau and it stretches over 10266 hectares. It is composed of five villages: Cruceni (Temeskeresztes; Kreuzstätten), Firiteaz (Féregyház), Fiscut (Temesfűzkút), Hunedoara Timișană (Németságipuszta) and Șagu (situated at 15 km from Arad). Show Şaguon the map
AlmaşAlmaș (Hungarian: Háromalmás) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Situated in the Gurahonț Basin, in the left valley of the Crişul Alb River, the commune is composed of four villages: Almaș (situated at 97 km (60 mi) from Arad), Cil (Alcsil), Joia Mare (Kakaró) and Rădești (Bozósd). Its total administrative territory is 8127 ha. Show Almaşon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Arad
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Oraş CurticiCurtici (Hungarian: Kürtös, German: Kurtitsch) is a town located in Arad County, far western Romania. The town is situated at a 21 km distance from the county capital Arad, in the western part of Arad County. It is the most important railway meeting point of Central Europe with the western part of Romania. Its administrative territory extends on a 7970 ha area, on the Sântanei Plateau, a plateau characterized in the zone of the town by the sand hills formed by the old branches of the Mureș. Today it is a vineyard.Show on map
Oraş NãdlacNădlac (Hungarian: Nagylak, Slovak: Nadlak) is a town in western Romania, Arad County. A former part of the town lies across the border with Hungary; this village is called Nagylak. An international border town, Nădlac is the main border crossing into western Romania from Hungary. It is also a centre of the Lutheran Slovak community in Romania. Situated in the western part of Arad County, 50 km from the county capital, at the western border of Romania, Nădlacis the main entrance gate from Western Europe. The administrative territory of the town is 132,5 square km and accordingto the last census its population counts 8144 inhabitants.Show on map
Comuna TauţTau (uppercase Τ, lowercase τ; Greek: ταυ [taf]) is the 19th letter of the Greek alphabet. In the system of Greek numerals it has a value of 300. The name in English is pronounced /taʊ/ or /tɔː/, but in modern Greek it is [taf]. This is because the pronunciation of the combination of Greek letters αυ has changed from ancient to modern times from one of [au] to either [av] or [af], depending on what follows (see Greek orthography). Tau was derived from the Phoenician letter taw 20px (Фթ. Letters that arose from tau include Roman T and Cyrillic Te (Т, т).Show on map
Oraş LipovaLipova (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈlipova]; German and Hungarian: Lippa; Serbian: Липова, Lipova; Turkish: Lipva) is a town in Romania, Arad County, located in the Banat region of western Transylvania. It is situated at a distance of 34 km from Arad, the county capital, at the contact zone of the Mureș River with the Zarand Mountains, Western Plateau and Lipovei Hills. It administers two villages, Radna (Máriaradna) and Șoimoș (Solymosvár), and its total surface is 134.6 square km.Show on map
Oraş IneuIneu (Romanian pronunciation: [iˈnew]; Hungarian: Borosjenő; Serbian: Turkish: Yanova) is a town in Arad County, western Transylvania, Romania. It is situated at a distance of 57 km from the county capital Arad, it occupies a 116,6 square km surface at the contact point of Crișul Alb Basin and Crișurilor Plateau. Ineu is the main entrance gate into the Zărand Land (Țara Zarandului). The town administers one village, Mocrea (Apatelek).Show on map
Comuna PleşcuţaPleșcuța (Hungarian: Peleskefalva), a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated in the Hălmagiu Basin, at the footof Codru-Moma Mountains and Metaliferi Mountains, along the upper course of the Crişul Alb River. It is connected with the Gurahonț Basin by the epigenetic defile of the Crişul Alb existing between Pleșcuţa and Gurahonţ. The commune stretches over 7000 hectares and is composed of seven villages: Aciuța (Acsuca), Budești (Bugyfalva), Dumbrava (Körösdombró), Gura Văii (Vojkaháza), Pleșcuța (situated at 116 km from Arad), Rostoci (Rosztócs) and Tălagiu (Talács).Show on map
Comuna HălmagiuHălmagiu (Hungarian: Nagyhalmágy, Hungarian pronunciation: is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Hălmagiu commune is situated in the basin with the same name, at the confluence of the Hălmăgel and Crișul Alb Rivers, at the foot of Bihor Mountains. It stretches over 8400 hectares. It is composed of eleven villages: Bănești (Zarándbánya), Bodești (Bogyafalva), Brusturi (Páfrányos), Cristești (Keresztespatak), Hălmagiu (situated at 136 km from Arad), Ionești (Körösivánd), Leasa (Sövényes), Leștioara (Kisles), Poienari (Halmágymező), Tisa (Tiszafalva) and Țărmure (Martfalva).Show on map
Comuna CraivaCraiva (Hungarian: Bélkirálymező) is a commune in Arad County, Romania.The commune Craiva is situated in the contact zone of the Susag's high plateau with Mărăușului Hills and Codru-Moma Mountains, along the Sartiș River, having an administrative territory of 11,490 hectares. It is composed of ten villages: Chișlaca (Kislaka), Ciuntești (Csontaháza), Coroi (Bélkaroly), Craiva (situated at 85 km from Arad), Mărăuș (Bélnagymaros), Rogoz de Beliu (Bélrogoz), Stoinești (Bélkismaros), Susag (Pusztaszuszág), Șiad (Sajád) and Tălmaci (Bántolmács).Show on map
Comuna Vărădia de MureşVărădia de Mureș (colloquially Totvărădia, or \"Slovak Vărădia\"; Hungarian: Tótvárad; German: Waradia, Turkish: Varadiye) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. It stretches over approximately 12600 hectares, situated in the contact zone of Metaliferi Mountains and Zărandului Mountains, respectively partially in the large valley of the Mureș River. It is composed of six villages: Baia (Kisbaja), Julița (Gyulatő), Lupești (Farkasháza), Nicolae Bălcescu (Alsóköves), Stejar (Szarvaság) and Vărădia de Mureș (situated at 81 km from Arad).Show on map
Comuna SăvârşinSăvârșin (Hungarian: Soborsin) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Săvârșin commune lies at the foot of the Metaliferi Mountains, at its contact point with the Mureș Couloir. Its surface occupies approximately 22000 hectares and it is composed of nine villages: Căprioara (Kaprióra), Cuiaș (Felsőköves), Hălăliș (Áldásos), Pârnești (Pernyefalva), Săvârșin (situated at 87 km from Arad), Temeșești (Temesd), Toc (Tok), Troaș (Trojás) and Valea Mare (Marosnagyvölgy). Săvârșin is best known for the royal palace Săvârșin Castle.Show on map
Comuna MişcaThe mica group of sheet silicate (phyllosilicate) minerals includes several closely related materials having nearly perfect basal cleavage. All are monoclinic, with a tendency towards pseudohexagonal crystals, and are similar in chemical composition. The nearly perfect cleavage, which is the most prominent characteristic of mica, is explained by the hexagonal sheet-like arrangement of its atoms. The word mica is derived from the Latin word mica, meaning a crumb, and probably influenced by micare, to glitter.Show on map
Oraş PâncotaPâncota (Hungarian: Pankota) is a town in Arad County, western Transylvania, Romania. The town is situated at a 37 km distance from the county capital (Arad), in the central zone of the county, at the contact zone of the Aradului Plateau and Zărandului Mountains. The administrative territory of the town is 70.9 square km. The town administers one village, Măderat (Magyarád). The first mention in documents of the locality dates back to 1202-1203 when it was known as villa Pankota.Show on map
Comuna BârzavaBârzava (Hungarian: Berzova) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. The commune Bârzava is situated at the foot of Zărand Mountains, at its contact point with Metaliferi Mountains, along the Bârzava River - the right branch of the Mureș River. It is composed of eight villages: Bârzava (situated at 61 km from Arad), Bătuța (Battuca), Căpruța (Kapruca), Dumbrăvița (Alsódombró), Groșii Noi (Garassa), Lalașinț (Lalánc), Monoroștia (Marosmonyoró) and Slatina de Mureș (Marosszlatina).Show on map
Oraş PecicaPecica (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈpet͡ʃʲ.ka]; Hungarian: Pécska; German: Petschka; Serbian: Печка/Pečka) is a town in Arad County, Romania. In ancient times it was a Dacian fortress called Ziridava and today it is an important archeological site. Situated at 25 kilometres (16 mi) from Arad, it was declared a town in 2004. Its administrative territory extends into the Arad Plateau. The town administers three villages: Bodrogu Vechi (Óbodrog), Sederhat (Szederhát) and Turnu (Tornya).Show on map
Comuna UsusăuUsusău (Hungarian: Marosaszó) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, situated in the couloir zone of the Mureş River, in the northern part of the Lipovei Hills. The administrative territory of the commune is 13,543 hectares. It is composed of five villages: Bruznic (Marosborosznok), Dorgoș (Dorgos), Pătârș (Petercse), Ususău (situated at 43 km from Arad) and Zăbalț (Szabálcs). Until 2005, the commune was called Dorgoș and that village was the commune centre.Show on map
Comuna BeliuBeliu (Hungarian: Bél) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Beliu commune lies in the contact zone of Teuzului Plateau with Mărăușului Hills, along the Beliu River. It is composed of six villages: Beliu (situated at 77 km from Arad), Benești (Benyefalva), Bochia (Boklya), Vasile Goldiș (Lunca Teuzului until 2005, and until 1968 a separate commune called Mocirla; Bélmocsolya), Secaci (Felsőszakács) and Tăgădău (Tagadómedgyes). Its territory is 3695 ha.Show on map
Comuna HăşmaşHășmaș (Hungarian: Bélhagymás) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Hășmaș lies in the northern part of the Ineu Basin, at the contact zone of Cărandului Hills with Mărăușului Hills and Codru-Moma Mountains, along the Hășmaș River. Its surface is 8,844 hectares. It is composed of six villages: Agrișu Mic (Bélegregy), Botfei (Botfej), Clit (Pusztaklit), Comănești (Kománfalva), Hășmaș (situated at 87 km from Arad) and Urvișu de Beliu (Bélörvényes).Show on map
Comuna BraziiBrazii (Hungarian: Raj) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. It is situated in the southern part of the Gurahonț Basin, at the western foot of Măgura Ciungani Mountains and at the northern foot of Husu Massif, in the hydrographical basin of the Sighișoara River. It is composed of five villages: Brazii (situated at 111 km from Arad), Buceava-Șoimuș (Solymosbucsa), Iacobini (Zöldes), Mădrigești (Madarsák) and Secaș (Alsószakács).Show on map
Comuna VingaVinga is a commune in Arad County, western Romania, south of the county seat of Arad, with a population of 5,828 inhabitants (as of 2011). Vinga is located in the northern section of the Banat. The people in Vinga are mainly Romanians, the second largest ethnic group being Hungarians. There is a Bulgarian minority of Catholic faith, known as the Banat Bulgarians, who have historically been the dominant ethnicity in Vinga.Show on map
Comuna VârfurileVârfurile (Hungarian: Halmágycsúcs) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. It lies on the north-western part of the Hălmagiu Basin, at the feet of Bihor and Codru-Moma Mountains. Its territory is 13600 ha. It is composed of eight villages: Avram Iancu (Ácsva), Groși (Halmágygóros), Lazuri (Irtványfalu), Măgulicea (Kismaglód), Mermești (Mermesd), Poiana (Csúcsmező), Vârfurile (situated at 128 km from Arad) and Vidra.Show on map
Comuna ŞiriaȘiria (German: Hellburg; Hungarian: Világos) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. According to the 2002 census it had 8,140 inhabitants. The administrative territory of the commune is 12,106 hectares (29,910 acres) and it lies in the contact zone of the Arad Plateau and Zărandului Mountains. It is composed of three villages: Galșa (Galsa), Mâsca (Muszka) and Șiria (situated at 28 kilometres (17 mi) from Arad).Show on map
Oraş SebişSebiș (Hungarian: Borossebes) is a town in Arad County, western Transylvania, Romania. Situated 82 km from the county capital, Sebiș is one of the most important urban centres in the Crișul Alb valley. It administers three villages: Donceni (Dancsfalva), Prunișor (Kertes) and Sălăjeni (Szelezsény). Its territory occupies 61.81 square km in the greater Sebiș Basin, which is a sub-unit of the Crișul Alb Basin.Show on map
Comuna FelnacFelnac (Hungarian: Fönlak; Serbian: Фелнак) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Felnac commune is situated in the Vingăi Plateau, on the left side of the Mureș Valley and it surface occupies 5120 ha. It is composed of two villages, Călugăreni (Újvinga) and Felnac (situated at 20 km from Arad). It also included Bodrogu Nou and Zădăreni villages until 2004, when they were split off to form Zădăreni Commune.Show on map
Comuna ŞilindiaȘilindia (Hungarian: Selénd) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is lies in the Crișul Alb Basin, at the northern feet of Cigherul Hills, along the Cigher River. Its total surface is 3093 hectares. It is composed of five villages: Camna (Kávna), Iercoșeni (Újárkos), Luguzău (Lugozó), Satu Mic (Dezsőháza) and Șilindia (situated at 54 km from Arad). A 2,000-year-old Dacian treasure was found there.Show on map
Comuna PăulişPăuliș (Hungarian: Ópálos) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated in the contact zone of the Mureș Couloir with the Aradului Plateau and Zărand Mountains. The administrative territory of the commune is 12,806 hectares. The commune centre is situated at 25 km from Arad. It is composed of four villages: Barațca (Pálosbaracka), Cladova (Kalodva), Păuliș and Sâmbăteni (Szabadhely).Show on map
Comuna VladimirescuVladimirescu (Glogovăți until 1947; Hungarian: Glogovác; German: Glogowatz) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated in the south-eastern part of the Aradului Plateau. Its territory stretches over 12400 ha. It is composed of four villages: Cicir (Maroscsicsér), Horia (formerly Pănadu Nou; Újpanád; Neupanat), Mândruloc (Mondorlak) and Vladimirescu (situated at 8 km from Arad).Show on map
Comuna TârnovaTârnova (Hungarian: Tornova) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated in the contact zone of the Cigherului Hills and Zărandului Mountains, it occupies approximately 19,000 hectares. The commune is composed of six villages: Agrișu Mare (Almásegres), Arăneag (Székesaranyág), Chier (Kurtakér), Drauț (Doroszlófalva), Dud (Dúd) and Târnova (situated at 44 km from Arad).Show on map
Comuna ZăbraniZăbrani (German: Guttenbrunn; Hungarian: Temeshidegkút) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. It is situated in the eastern part of the Vingăi Plateau, in its contact zone with the Lipovei Hills. Its administrative territory stretches over 11778 hectares. It is composed of three villages: Chesinț (Lippakeszi), Neudorf (Temesújfalu) and Zăbrani (situated at 29 km from Arad).Show on map
Comuna BirchişBirchiș (Hungarian: Marosberkes; German: Birkisch) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. The commune is situated in the contact zone of the Mureș Couloir with the Lipovei Hills and it stretches over a surface of 10228 ha. It is composed of four villages: Birchiș (situated at 81 km from Arad), Căpâlnaș (Kápolnás), Ostrov (Marossziget) and Virișmort (Szádvörösmart).Show on map
Comuna FântâneleFântânele (German: Engelsbrunn; Hungarian: Angyalkút) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. The commune is situated on the Vingăi Plateau, on the left bank of the Mureș River. It is composed of two villages: Fântânele (situated 10 km from Arad) and Tisa Nouă (Wiesenheid; Réthát). It also included Aluniș and Frumușeni villages until 2004, when they were split off.Show on map
Comuna HălmăgelHălmăgel (Hungarian: Kishalmágy) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. It is situated in the Hălmagiu Basin, at the foot of Bihor Mountains, along the Hălmăgel River. It occupies approximately 7000 ha and it is composed of five villages: Hălmăgel (situated at 140 km from Arad), Luncșoara (Hosszúsor), Sârbi (Szerb), Târnăvița (Fazekastarnó) and Țohești (Csohosd).Show on map
Oraş SântanaSântana (Romanian pronunciation: [sɨnˈtana]; German: Neusanktanna; Hungarian: Újszentanna) is a town in north-western Romania, in the county of Arad. It had 12,936 inhabitants as of 2002. The town is situated in the northern part of the Aradului Plateau, at a 29 km distance from the county capital (Arad). Declared a town in 2003, it administers one village, Caporal Alexa (Erdőskerek).Show on map
Comuna ZădăreniZădăreni (Hungarian: Zádorlak) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated in the northern part of the Vinga Plateau, along the Mureș valley. Its territory occupies 2145 hectares. It is composed of two villages: Bodrogu Nou (Újbodrog) and Zădăreni (situated at 8 km from Arad). These were part of Felnac Commune until 2004, when they were split off.Show on map
Comuna ZerindZerind (Hungarian: Nagyzerénd) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Its administrative territory stretches over 5100 hectares and it is situated in the lower part of the Crișurilor Plateau, at Romania's western border, on the Crișul Negru's valley. It is composed of two villages: Iermata Neagră (Feketegyarmat) and Zerind (situated at 56 km from Arad).Show on map
AradArad (Romanian pronunciation: [aˈrad] (13px listen)) is an administrative division (judeţ) of Romania roughly translated into county in the western part of the country on the border with Hungary, mostly in the region of Crișana and few villages in Banat. The administrative center of the county lies in the city of Arad. The Arad County is part of the Euroregion.Show on map
Comuna ConopConop (Hungarian: Konop) is a commune located in Arad County, Romania. Conop is situated at the southern foot of Zărand Mountains, in the Mureșului Couloir. The commune stretches over 5420 ha and it is composed of five villages: Belotinț (Belotinc), Chelmac (Maroseperjes), Conop (situated 50 km from Arad), Milova (Milova) and Odvoș (Odvos).Show on map
Comuna DieciDieci (Hungarian: Décse) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Dieci commune is situated in the Gurahonț Basin, on the right bank of the Crișul Alb River, and it stretches over 8469 hectares. It is composed of five villages: Cociuba (Köröskocsoba), Crocna (Koroknya), Dieci (situated 100 km from Arad), Revetiș (Rékes) and Roșia (Borosrósa).Show on map
Comuna SecusigiuSecusigiu (Hungarian: Székesút) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated in the north-western part of the Vingăi Plateau and it occupies 17202 ha. It is composed of four villages: Munar (Munár), Satu Mare (Temesnagyfalu), Sânpetru German (Németszentpéter; German: Deutschsanktpeter) and Secusigiu (situated at 31 km from Arad).Show on map
Comuna IgneştiIgnești (Hungarian: Ignafalva) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated at the southern foot of Codru-Moma Mountains, in the Ineu-Gurahonț Basin. The commune stretches over 5192 hectares and is composed of four villages: Ignești (situated at 89 km from Arad), Minead (Menyéd), Nădălbești (Nádalmás) and Susani (Susányfalva).Show on map
Comuna BataBata (Hungarian: Batta) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, in the historical region of Banat. The commune lies in the contact zone of the Lipovei Plateau and the large deep valley of the River Mureș, respectively in the Brănișca-Păuliș Couloir. It is composed of four villages: Bacău de Mijloc (Bakamező), Bata (situated at 67 km from Arad), Bulci (Bulcs) and Țela.Show on map
Comuna BârsaBârsa (Hungarian: Barza) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. The commune is situated in the Sebiș Basin, on the left part of the Mills Ditch and it has an administrative territory of 5174 ha. It is composed of four villages: Aldești (Áldófalva), Bârsa (situated at 77 km from Arad), Hodiș (Zarándhódos) and Voivodeni (Körösvajda).Show on map
Comuna SeleuşSeleuș (Hungarian: Csigérszőllős) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Seleuș commune lies in the eastern part of the Crișul Alb Plateau, along the Cigher River. Its administrative territory occupies 4122 hectares. It is composed of three villages: Iermata (Csigérgyarmat), Moroda (Marót) and Seleuș (situated at 44 km from Arad).Show on map
Comuna SemlacSemlac (Hungarian: Szemlak) is a commune located in Arad County, in the western part of Romania, near the border with Hungary, is situated in the south-western part of the Arad Plateau, in the large valley of the Mureș River. Its territory occupies 8517 ha. It is composed of a single village, Semlac, situated at 37 km from Arad.Show on map
Comuna ArchişArchiș (Hungarian: Bélárkos) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. It is situated in the northern part of the Sebiș Basin, at the foot of the Codru Moma Mountains, and its surface is 68.07 km2. It is composed of four villages: Archiș (situated at 84 km from Arad), Bârzești (Barzafalva), Groșeni (Tönköd) and Nermiș (Nermegy).Show on map
Comuna FrumuşeniFrumușeni (German: Schöndorf; Hungarian: Szépfalu) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. It lies in the north-eastern part of the Vinga Plateau. It is composed of two villages, Aluniș (Traunau; Cseralja) and Frumușeni (situated at 17 km from Arad). These were part of Fântânele Commune until 2004, when they were split off.Show on map
Comuna ŞeitinȘeitin (Hungarian: Sajtény) is a commune in western Romania, located in the southwest part of Arad County, is situated in the south-western part of the Arad Plateau, in the valley of the Mureş River, and it covers approximately 6680ha. The commune is composed of a single village, Șeitin, situated at 47 km from Arad.Show on map
Comuna GhiorocGhioroc (Hungarian: Gyorok) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Ghioroc commune is situated in the contactzone of Zărand Mountains and Aradului Plateau, on the Matca channel, and it stretches over 4890 ha. It is composed of three villages: Cuvin (Aradkövi), Ghioroc (situated at 22 km from Arad) and Miniș (Ménes).Show on map
Comuna ChisindiaChisindia (Hungarian: Keszend) is a commune in Arad County, Romania.Chisindia lies in the southern part of the Sebiș Basin, at the foot of the Cuedului Hills, and it has a surface of 12928 ha. It is composed of three villages: Chisindia (situated at 92 km from Arad), Păiușeni (Pajzs) and Văsoaia (Vészalja).Show on map
Comuna ApateuApateu (Hungarian: Apáti) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. The commune is situated in the CrișurilorPlateau and is composed of three villages: Apateu (situated at 77 km from Arad), Berechiu (Alsóbarakony) and Moțiori. The nearest city is Ineu at 35 km. Its total administrative territory is 7610 ha.Show on map
Comuna IratoşuIratoșu (Hungarian: Nagyiratos) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, on the Aradului Plateau, at the western border of Romania. The commune stretches over 3770 hectares and is composed of three villages: Iratoșu (situated at 22 km from Arad), Variașu Mare (Nagyvarjas) and Variașu Mic (Kisvarjaspuszta).Show on map
Comuna PiluPilu (Hungarian: Nagypél) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated on the Criș Plateau, in the north-western part of the county, at the western border of Romania. The commune stretches over 7177 ha and is composed of two villages, Pilu (situated at 62 km from Arad) and Vărșand (Gyulavarsánd).Show on map
Comuna ŞiculaȘicula (Hungarian: Sikula) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated on the southern part of the Teuz Plateau, along the Crişul Alb River. Its surface stretches over 13,130 ha. It is composed of three villages: Chereluș (Kerülős), Gurba (Garba) and Șicula (situated at 51 km (32 mi) from Arad).Show on map
Comuna ButeniBușteni (Romanian pronunciation: [buʃˈtenʲ]) is a small mountain town in the north of Prahova County, in central Romania. It is located in the Prahova Valley, at the bottom of the Bucegi Mountains, that have a maximum altitude of 2505 m. Its name literally means tree-logs in Romanian. One village, Poiana Țapului, is administratively part of the town, formerly a separate commune prior to 1950. According to the 2011 census, it has 8,894 inhabitants. The main local industries are wood industry and tourism. Many holiday houses have been recently built in the town.Show on map
Comuna CărandCărand (Hungarian: Hévízkáránd) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Cărand commune is situated in the northern part of the Sebiș Basin, at the foot of Codru-Moma Mountains and its surface is 3813 ha. It is composed of two villages, Cărand (situated at 92 km from Arad) and Seliștea (Bélmárkaszék).Show on map
Comuna OlariOlari (Hungarian: Varsánd) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated on the Aradului Plateau, on the Morilor Ditch, on the left bank of the Crişul Alb River. Its surface occupies 4767 ha. It is composed of two villages, Olari (situated at 35 km (22 mi) from Arad) and Sintea Mică (Szineke).Show on map
Comuna GurahonţGurahonț (Hungarian: Gurahonc) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. It is composed of ten villages: Bonțești (Boncesd), Dulcele (Dulcsele), Feniș (Körösfényes), Gurahonț, Honțișor (Honcisor), Iosaș (Jószás), Mustești (Musztesd), Pescari (Holdmézes), Valea Mare (Valemáre) and Zimbru (Zombrád).Show on map
Comuna GrăniceriGrăniceri (Hungarian: Ottlaka, Serbian: Graničar) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated on the Crișurilor Plain, at the western border of Romania. The commune stretches over 7,900 hectares (20,000 acres) and is composed of two villages, Grăniceri (situated at 61 km from Arad) and Șiclău (Sikló).Show on map
Comuna Peregu MarePeregu Mare (Hungarian: Németpereg; Slovak: Veľký Pereg) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, on the Arad Plateau, at the western border of Romania. The commune stretches over 3095 ha and is composed of two villages, Peregu Mare (situated at 38 km from Arad) and Peregu Mic (Kispereg).Show on map
Comuna ŞiştarovăţȘiștarovăț (Hungarian: Sistaróc) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated on the Lipovei Hills and itoccupies approximately 12,300 ha. It is composed of four villages: Cuveșdia (Temeskövesd), Labașinț (Lábas), Șiștarovăț (situated at 42 km from Arad) and Varnița (Mészdorgos).Show on map
Comuna ZărandZărand (Hungarian: Zaránd) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. It lies over approximately 7600 hectares on the Crișurilor Plateau, at the confluence of the Cigher and Crișul Alb rivers. It is composed of two villages, Cintei (Köröscsente) and Zărand (situated at 51 km from Arad).Show on map
Comuna LivadaLivada (Hungarian: Fakert) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Livada commune is situated on the Arad Plateau, northward from Arad. The commune stretches over 2013 hectares and is composed of two villages, Livada (situated at 10 km from Arad) and Sânleani (Szentleányfalva).Show on map
Comuna BocsigBocsig (Hungarian: Bokszeg) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. The commune is situated in the Ineu Basin, along the Crişul Alb River, and it stretches over 6648 ha. It is composed of three villages: Bocsig (situated at 67 km from Arad), Mânerău (Monyoró) and Răpsig (Repszeg).Show on map
Comuna ŞimandȘimand (Hungarian: Simánd) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. It is situated in the contact zone of the Aradului and Crișurilor Plateaus, on the Morilor Ditch and stretches over 10,089 hectares. It is composed of a single village, Șimand, situated at 30 km from Arad.Show on map
Comuna MoneasaMoneasa (Hungarian: Menyháza) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated at the foot of Codru-Moma Mountains. Its administrative surface stretches over 6824 hectares and it is composed of two villages, Moneasa (situated at 102 km from Arad) and Rănușa (Kisróna).Show on map
Comuna DorobanțiDorobanți (Hungarian: Kisiratos) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Dorobanți commune lies in the Arad Plateau and it stretches over 2780 hectare. It is composed of a single village, Dorobanți, split off from Curtici town in 2004. It is situated at 25 km from Arad.Show on map
Comuna CermeiCermei (Hungarian: Csermő) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, situated in the Teuzului Plateau, in the basin of the Sartiș River. It is composed of three villages: Avram Iancu (Püspökpuszta), Cermei (situated at 67 km from Arad) and Șomoșcheș (Somoskeszi).Show on map
Comuna DeznaDezna (Hungarian: Dézna) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Located in the Dezna River valley about 7 km from Sebiş, it is composed of five villages: Buhani (Bajnokfalva), Dezna, Laz (Déznaláz), Neagra (Kisfeketefalu) and Slatina de Criș (Mikószlatina).Show on map
Comuna SocodorSocodor (Hungarian: Székudvar) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. The commune is situated in the western part of the Crișul Alb Plateau and it stretches over 11260 ha. It is composed of a single village, Socodor, situated at 48 km from Arad.Show on map
Comuna ŞofroneaȘofronea (Hungarian: Sofronya) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, lies in the Aradului Plateau and it stretches over 3490 ha. It is composed of two villages, Sânpaul (Szentpál) and Șofronea (situated at 10 km from Arad).Show on map
Comuna ŞepreuşȘepreuș (Hungarian: Seprős) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated on the northern part of the Teuz Plateau, it stretches over 5768 ha. It is composed of a single village, Șepreuș, situated at 63 km from Arad.Show on map
Comuna MaceaMacea (Hungarian: Mácsa; German: Matscha) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, composed of two villages, Macea and Sânmartin (Szentmárton, Aradsanktmartin). It is located 23 km from Arad and 6 km from Curtici.Show on map
Comuna Sintea MareSintea Mare (Hungarian: Szinte) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. The commune lies on the Crișul Alb Plateau, its administrative territory being 11871 hectares.Show on map
Comuna Zimandu NouZimandu Nou (Hungarian: Zimándújfalu) is a commune located in Arad County, Romania, is situated in the Aradului Plateau and it stretches over 7430 hectares.Show on map
Oraş Chişineu-CrişChișineu-Criș (Hungarian: Kisjenő) is a town in Arad County, western Transylvania, Romania.Show on map
Comuna PetrişPetriș (Hungarian: Marospetres) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated in the contact zone of Mureș Couloir with Metaliferi Mountains. The administrative territory of the commune is approximately 13,100 ha. It is composed of six villages: Corbești (Maroshollód), Ilteu (Iltő), Obârșia (Óborsa), Petriș (situated at 106 km from Arad), Roșia Nouă (Rósa) and Seliște (Marosszeleste).Show on map
Comuna ŞaguȘagu (Hungarian: Németság, German: Segenthau) is a commune in Arad County, Romania, is situated on the Vingăi Plateau and it stretches over 10266 hectares. It is composed of five villages: Cruceni (Temeskeresztes; Kreuzstätten), Firiteaz (Féregyház), Fiscut (Temesfűzkút), Hunedoara Timișană (Németságipuszta) and Șagu (situated at 15 km from Arad).Show on map
Comuna AlmaşAlmaș (Hungarian: Háromalmás) is a commune in Arad County, Romania. Situated in the Gurahonț Basin, in the left valley of the Crişul Alb River, the commune is composed of four villages: Almaș (situated at 97 km (60 mi) from Arad), Cil (Alcsil), Joia Mare (Kakaró) and Rădești (Bozósd). Its total administrative territory is 8127 ha.Show on map
Different buildings in Arad
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Arad AirportArad International Airport (IATA: ARW, ICAO: LRAR) is located 4 km (2.5 mi) west of Arad, in western Romania, in the historical region of Crișana. The airport is located only 60 km (37 mi) north of Timişoara Airport. Arad International Airport also has a cargo terminal, the largest and most modern in western Romania. It is located 250 km from Budapest and 300 km from Belgrad. It’s located near the border with Hungary, only 30 km from the closest point for crossing the border - Turnu and 20 km away from the closest railway point for crossing the border - Curtici. The airport also serves as the SMURD regional air ambulance base for the 5 western counties that form the region (Arad, Bihor, Timis, Hunedoara & Caras-Severin). SMURD Arad operates 1 Eurocopter EC135 converted for the air ambulancShow on map
Arad Central StationArad Central Railway Station (Romanian: Gara Centrală din Arad) is the largest railway station in the city of Arad, and the largest in the Arad County. It is the second largest railway station in the western region of Romania, immediately after Timișoara Nord railway station.Show on map