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Basic information about Bihor
Bihor ([biˈhor]) is a county (județ) of Romania on the border with Hungary, in Crișana, with capital city at Oradea. Together with Hajdú-Bihar County in Hungary it constitutes the Biharia Euroregion.
Cities, towns & villages in Bihor
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IoşiaIoşia (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈjoʃi.a]; Hungarian: Őssi) is an outlying quarter (or district) in Oradea, Romania. It is a mix of both high-rise housing blocks built in Communist times as well as low-density housing. The quarter is an exurban environment - that is, in between a rural area and a suburban environment. It is located in the city's far southwest, and, although there is good infrastructure in terms of education, shopping, and, to some extent, transportation, the quarter still has a significant number of unpaved roads and country-style houses. Ioşia is usually divided into three areas: Ioşia Nord, Calea Aradului and between those two, Old Ioşia. Show Ioşiaon the map
OradeaOradea (Romanian pronunciation: [oˈrade̯a]; German: Großwardein, Hungarian: Nagyvárad, Hungarian pronunciation: [nɒɟvaːrɒd], colloquially also Várad, former Turkish: Varat, Yiddish: Groysvardeyn) the capital city of Bihor County and Crișana region, is one of the important centers of economic, social and cultural development in the western part of Romania, retaining these characteristics throughout history. The city is nestled between the hills that separate and unify in a harmonious way with plain Crișana. Located on the banks of Crișul Repede River, that divides the city into almost equal halves, it is the gateway to Central and Western Europe. The city is located in the north-west of Romania. Show Oradeaon the map
ȚețcheaAn echea or sounding vase (literally echoer) is a pot, chamber or vessel that is similar in function to a modern-day bass trap. They were originally used in ancient Greek theaters to enhance the voices of performers by resonance. They were usually made of bronze, but could also be earthenware if necessary for economic reasons. Similar devices have been used in early churches, and some were discovered in the vaulted ceiling of the choir of Strasbourg Cathedral, and in mosques dating back to the 11th century. Show Țețcheaon the map
ŞuncuiuşȘuncuiuș (Hungarian: Vársonkolyos) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania. It has a population of 3,259 people and is composed of four villages: Bălnaca (Körösbánlaka), Bălnaca-Groși (Körösbánlakai erdő), Șuncuiuș and Zece Hotare (Révtízfalu). At the 2011 census, of the inhabitants for whom data were available, 89.8% of inhabitants were Romanians, 7.9% Roma and 2.1% Hungarians. Using the same parameters, the census counted 78.9% of inhabitants as Romanian Orthodox, 15.3% as Pentecostals, 3.2% as Baptists and 1.5% as Reformed. Show Şuncuiuşon the map
Avram IancuAvram Iancu (until 1932 Chemenfoc, from 1932 to 1954 Regina Maria, from 1954 to 1956 Crişana; German: Kemmen; Hungarian: Keményfok) is a commune in Bihor county, in the western part of Transylvania, Romania. The commune is composed of three villages: Ant (Ant), Avram Iancu and Tămaşda (Tamáshida). The majority of the population (96%) in Avram Iancu village is Romanian. Overall, the commune is 74.7% Romanian, 15.6% Roma and 9.6% Hungarian. The architecture of the commune is typical for a Romanian field village: the main street traverses the village, houses being equally distributed along it. Show Avram Iancuon the map
MădăraşMădăras (Hungarian: Madarász; Slovak: Madaras) is a commune in Bihor County, Romania, 3 km from Salonta, located nearby the Hungarian border - on the European road E671, and the Körös River canal. In 2002, it had 3,024 inhabitants. The commune Hungarian name means \"fowler\", the Romanian name derives from that as well. It is composed of four villages: Homorog (Oláhhomorog), Ianoşda (Jánosd), Marţihaz (Marciháza) and Mădăras. Homorog has a Romanian Orthodox church; built in the 1830s, it is decorated with a valuable mural from the 1840s. Show Mădăraşon the map
RăbăganiRăbăgani (Hungarian: Robogány) is a commune in Bihor County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Albeşti (Fehérlak), Brăteşti, Răbăgani, Sălişte de Pomezeu (Papmezőszeleste), Săucani (Szokány) and Vărăşeni (Veresfalva). It is located about 50 km south of Oradea. It was mostly Hungarian until 1955, when it became equally split 50/50 with the Romanian community. In 2002, it was 94.2% Romanian and 5.7% Roma. The 1% of the population that was Jewish left shortly after World War II. Show Răbăganion the map
AştileuAştileu (Hungarian: Esküllő) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania, close to the border with Hungary. It is composed of four villages: Aştileu, Călăţea (Kalota), Chistag (Keszteg) and Peştere (Körösbarlang). At the 2011 census, 87.94% of the population were Romanians, 5.2% Roma, 4.48% Slovaks, 1.55% Hungarians and 0.23% Germans. The closest town to Aştileu is Aleşd, pretty much in walking distance. There is a small church. Aștileu is located on the Aleșd-Beiuș route. Show Aştileuon the map
PietroasaPietroasa (\"stony\" in Romanian; Hungarian: Vasaskőfalva) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,341 people. It is composed of seven villages: Chişcău (Kiskoh), Cociuba Mică (Felsőkocsoba), Giuleşti (Zsulest), Gurani (Gurány'), Măgura (Biharmagura), Moţeşti (Mocsest) and Pietroasa. Bear Cave, a sightseeing location located in the western Apuseni Mountains where 140 cave bear skeletons were found, is on the outskirts of Chişcău village. Show Pietroasaon the map
BatărBatăr (Hungarian: Feketebátor; Turkish: Fektebatur) is a commune located in Bihor County, Romania. The village is situated in south-western county, near the border with Hungary. The settlement lies along the river Crişul Negru and is composed of four villages: Arpăşel (Árpád; Arpat), Batăr, Talpoş (Talpas) and Tăut (Feketetót). Notable people who lived in Batăr include composer Tiberiu Olah. Show Batăron the map
DrăgăneştiDrăgăneşti (Hungarian: Dragánfalva) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,834 people. It is composed of ten villages: Belejeni (Belényeshegy), Drăgăneşti, Grădinari (Kisnyégerfalva), Livada Beiuşului (Belényesliváda), Mizieş (Mézes), Păcăleşti (established 2008), Păntăşeşti (Panatasa), Sebiş (Körössebes), Talpe (Talp) and Ţigăneştii de Beiuş (Cigányosd). Show Drăgăneştion the map
BeiuşBeiuș (Romanian pronunciation: [beˈjuʃ]; German: Binsch; Hungarian: Belényes) is a city in Bihor County, Romania near the Apuseni Mountains. The river Crișul Negru flows through Beiuș, and the city administers a single village, Delani (Gyalány). Between the late 18th and very early 20th centuries, Beiuș constituted one of the most important learning centers of the Romanian language in Western Transylvania. Show Beiuşon the map
HolodHolod (Hungarian: Pusztahollód) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Dumbrava (Tenkemocsár), Dumbrăviţa (Kisdombró), Forosig (Forrószeg), Hodiş (Káptalanhodos), Holod, Lupoaia (Farkaspatak), Valea Mare de Codru (Alsópatak) and Vintere (Venter). At the 2011 census, 77.2% of inhabitants were Romanians, 21.3% Roma and 0.8% Hungarians. Show Holodon the map
SpinuşSpinuş (Hungarian: Hagymádfalva) is one of the smallest communes in Bihor county, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Ciuleşti (Csujafalva), Gurbeşti (Görbesd), Nădar (Nadántelek), Sălişte (Kövesegyháza) and Spinuş. It has a population 1,283 people (as of 2002). The Oradea-Braşov highway will pass through this commune in the near future. It is a wine-growing zone. Show Spinuşon the map
TarceaTarcea (Hungarian: Értarcsa) is a commune located in Bihor County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Adoni (Éradony), Galoşpetreu (Gálospetri) and Tarcea. At the 2002 census, it had 2706 inhabitants, of whom 77% were Hungarians, 16.8% Romanians and 6.1% Roma. 51.7% were Reformed, 20% Roman Catholic, 12.6% Romanian Orthodox, 9.2% Greek-Catholic and 5.2% Baptist. Show Tarceaon the map
Câmpani de PomezeuCâmpani (Hungarian: Felsőmezős) is a commune in Bihor County, Romania. Its earliest attested documentation dates to 1600. It is situated in the southern part of the county, near the Apuseni Mountains, on the banks of Băiţa River. Câmpani is situated at roughly equal distances to 3 towns: Nucet (5 km), Ştei (6 km), Vaşcău (8 km), and 88 km from the county capital Oradea. Show Câmpani de Pomezeuon the map
ŞinteuŞinteu (Slovak: Nová Huta; Hungarian: Sólyomkővár) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 1,005 people. It is composed of four villages: Huta Voivozi (Stará Huta; Almaszeghuta), Socet (Huta Sočet; Forduló), Şinteu and Valea Târnei (Židáreň; Hármaspatak). 98.4% of the inhabitants are Slovaks, and 98.6% of them are Roman Catholic. Show Şinteuon the map
PaleuPaleu (Hungarian: Hegyközpályi) is a commune located in Bihor County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Paleu, Săldăbagiu de Munte and Uileacu de Munte (Hegyközújlak). These were part of Cetariu Commune until 2003, when they were split off. At the 2011 census, 74.2% of inhabitants were Hungarians and 25% Romanians. Show Paleuon the map
BunteştiBuntești (Hungarian: Bontesd) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 4,615 people. It is composed of nine villages: Bunteşti, Brădet (Biharfenyves), Dumbrăvani (Dombrovány), Ferice (Fericse), Lelești (Lelesd), Poienii de Jos (Alsópojény), Poienii de Sus (Felsőpojény), Săud (Szód) and Stâncești (Kisbékafalva). Show Bunteştion the map
DernaDerna (Hungarian: Felsőderna) is a commune in northeastern Bihor County, Romania, 50 km from the county seat, Oradea and 35 km from Marghita. It borders the communes of Popeşti, Chișlaz, Brusturi and Spinuș. It is composed of five villages: Derna, Dernişoara (Alsóderna), Sacalasău (Sástelek), Sacalasău Nou (Újsástelek) and Tria (Terje). Show Dernaon the map
BratcaBratca (Hungarian: Barátka) is a commune situated in Bihor County, western Romania. At 5,567 (2002), it is one of the county's largest communes. It is composed of six villages: Beznea (Delureni from 1964 to 1996; Báródbeznye), Bratca, Damiş (Erdődámos), Lorău (Remetelórév), Ponoară (Körösponor) and Valea Crişului (Nagyfeketepatak). Show Bratcaon the map
CetariuCetariu (Hungarian: Hegyközcsatár) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,124 people. It is composed of four villages: Cetariu, Şişterea (Siter), Şuşturogi (Sitervölgy) and Tăutelec It also included three other villages until 2003, when they were split off to form Paleu Commune. Show Cetariuon the map
DobreştiDobrești (Hungarian: Bihardobrosd) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 5,500 people. It is composed of eight villages: Cornișești (Nagykerpesd), Crâncești (Karáncsfalva), Dobrești, Hidișel (Nánhegyes), Luncasprie (Lankás), Răcaș (Lankástanya), Topa de Jos (Alsótopa) and Topa de Sus (Felsőtopa). Show Dobreştion the map
ŞoimiŞoimi (Hungarian: Sólyom) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,912 people. It is composed of eight villages: Borz, Codru, Dumbrăviţa de Codru (Havasdombró), Pocluşa de Beiuş (Havaspoklos), Sânnicolau de Beiuş Şoimi, Ursad (Urszád) and Urviş de Beiuş Show Şoimion the map
PomezeuPomezeu (Hungarian: Kispapmező) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,266 people. It is composed of eight villages: Câmpani de Pomezeu (Nagypapmező), Coşdeni (Kosgyán), Hidiş (Hegyes), Lacu Sărat, Pomezeu, Sitani (Szitány), Spinuş de Pomezeu (Tősfalva) and Vălani de Pomezeu (Papmezővalány). Show Pomezeuon the map
CefaCefa (Hungarian: Cséffa, German: Tscheppensdorf) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 6,124 people. It is composed of three villages: Ateaş (Atyás), Cefa and Inand (Inánd). It also included five other villages until 2003, when they were split off to form Gepiu and Sânnicolau Român Communes. Show Cefaon the map
LăzăreniLăzăreni (Hungarian: Miklóirtás) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,942 people. It is composed of eight villages: Bicăcel (Pusztabikács), Calea Mare (Magyargyepes), Cărăndeni (Nagykáránd), Cărănzel (Kiskáránd), Gepiş (Oláhgyepes), Gruilung (Hosszúliget), Lăzăreni and Miheleu (Méhelő). Show Lăzărenion the map
BrusturiBrusturi (Hungarian: Tataros) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 4,238 people. It is composed of eight villages: Brusturi, Cuieşd (Kövesd), Loranta (Loránta), Orvişele (Orvisel), Păuleşti (Felsőtótfalu), Picleu (Szóvárhegy), Ţigăneştii de Criş (Cigányfalva) and Varasău (Varaszótanya). Show Brusturion the map
CiumeghiuCiumeghiu (Hungarian: Illye; German: Egisberg) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 4,132 people. It is composed of three villages: Boiu (Mezőbaj), Ciumeghiu and Ghiorac (Erdőgyarak). At the 2011 census, 50.6% of inhabitants were Romanians, 24.6% Hungarians and 24.5% Roma. Show Ciumeghiuon the map
BudureasaBudureasa (Hungarian: Bondoraszó) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,671 people. It is composed of five villages: Budureasa, Burda (Borda), Saca (Száka), Sălişte de Beiuş (Belényesszeleste) and Teleac (Telek). The Stâna de Vale resort is located in the commune. Show Budureasaon the map
MăgeştiMăgeşti (Hungarian: Szászfalva) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,787 people. It is composed of seven villages: Butani (Rikosd), Cacuciu Nou (Nagykakucs), Dobricioneşti (Doborcsány), Gălăşeni (Gálosháza), Josani (Krajnikfalva), Măgeşti and Ortiteag (Ürgeteg). Show Măgeştion the map
ToboliuToboliu (Hungarian: Vizesgyán) is a commune located in Bihor County, Romania. Established in 2007 when it was split from Girișu de Criș Commune, it is composed of two villages, Cheresig (Körösszeg) and Toboliu. At the 2011 census, 90.1% of inhabitants were Romanians, 6.6% Roma and 2.9% Hungarians. Show Toboliuon the map
ChişlazChișlaz (Hungarian: Vámosláz) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,341 people. It is composed of seven villages: Chiraleu Chișlaz, Hăucești (Hőke), Mișca (Micske), Poclușa de Barcău (Poklostelek), Sărsig (Sárszeg) and Sânlazăr (Szentlázár). Show Chişlazon the map
SârbiSârbi (Hungarian: Alsótótfalu) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,904 people. It is composed of seven villages: Almaşu Mic (Szóvárhegy), Burzuc (Borszeg), Chioag (Kővág), Fegernic (Almásfegyvernek), Fegernicu Nou (Újfegyvernek), Sarcău (Szarkó) and Sârbi. Show Sârbion the map
TulcaTulca (Hungarian: Tulka) is a commune in Bihor county, in the Western Plains of Romania. It is located 12 kilometers from the city of Salonta and is composed of two villages, Căuaşd (Kávásd) and Tulca. Most of the population is Romanian, but there are small minorities of Hungarians and Romani. Show Tulcaon the map
AbramAbram (Hungarian: Érábrány) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,354 people. It is composed of eight villages: Abram, Cohani (Berettyókohány), Dijir (Dizsér), Iteu (Lüki), Iteu Nou (Újüki), Margine (Széltalló), Satu Barbă (Újbártfalva) and Suiug (Szunyogd). Show Abramon the map
CeicaCeica (Hungarian: Magyarcséke) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,975 people. It is composed of seven villages: Bucium (Tőkefalva), Ceica, Ceişoara (Cseszvára), Corbeşti (Hollószeg), Cotiglet (Kótliget), Duşeşti (Dusafalva) and Inceşti (Jancsófalva). Show Ceicaon the map
Băile FelixBăile Felix (Hungarian: Félixfürdő) is a thermal spa resort near the commune of Sânmartin in Bihor County, Transylvania, Romania. They are among the best known and most quality thermal spas in the country. Băile Felix is also at a close distance to Oradea, a major city in western Romania. Show Băile Felixon the map
Criştioru de JosCriştioru de Jos (Hungarian: is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 1,589 people. It is composed of five villages: Bâlc, Criştioru de Jos, Criştioru de Sus Poiana (Biharmező) and Sălişte de Vaşcău (Vaskohszeleste). Show Criştioru de Joson the map
Suplacu de BarcăuSuplacu de Barcău (Hungarian: Berettyószéplak) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 4,590. It is composed of six villages: Borumlaca (Baromlak), Dolea (Dólyapuszta), Foglaş (Fogás), Suplacu de Barcău, Valea Cerului (Cserpatak) and Vâlcelele (Blágarét). Show Suplacu de Barcăuon the map
SălaceaSălacea (Hungarian: Szalacs) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,096. It is composed of two villages, Otomani (Ottomány) and Sălacea. The Otomani culture, a local Bronze Age culture (2100-1600 BC), takes its name from the village of Otomani. Show Sălaceaon the map
CurtuișeniCurtuişeni (Hungarian: Érkörtvélyes) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,671 people. It is composed of two villages, Curtuişeni and Văşad (Érvasad). At the 2011 census, 63.3% of inhabitants were Hungarians, 22.5% Romanians and 14.1% Roma. Show Curtuișenion the map
RieniRieni (Hungarian: Rény) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,084 people. It is composed of six villages: Cucuceni (Kakucsány), Ghighişeni (Gyegyesény), Petrileni (Petrelény), Rieni, Sudrigiu (Kisszedres) and Valea de Jos Show Rienion the map
Hidişelu de SusHidişelu de Sus (Hungarian: Harangmező) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,218 people. It is composed of five villages: Hidişelu de Jos (Almamező), Hidişelu de Sus, Mierlău (Nyárló), Sântelec (Biharszentelek) and Şumugiu (Váraduzsopa). Show Hidişelu de Suson the map
SâmbătaSâmbăta (Hungarian: Szombatság) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 1,619 people. It is composed of six villages: Copăceni (Kapocsány), Ogeşti (Csékehodos), Rogoz (Venterrogoz), Rotăreşti (Kerekesfalva), Sâmbăta and Zăvoiu (Törpefalva). Show Sâmbătaon the map
PopeştiPopeşti (Hungarian: Papfalva) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 8,547 people. It is composed of seven villages: Bistra (Sebesújfalu), Budoi (Bodonos), Cuzap (Középes), Popeşti, Varviz (Várvíz), Vărzari (Füves) and Voivozi (Almaszeg). Show Popeştion the map
BorşBorş (Hungarian: Bors) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania. It is composed of four villages: Borş, Santăul Mare (Nagyszántó), Santăul Mic (Kisszántó) and Sântion (Biharszentjános). In 2002, 92.7% of inhabitants were Hungarians, 6% Romanians and 0.9% Roma. Show Borşon the map
CopăcelCopăcel (Hungarian: Kiskopács) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,394 people. It is composed of six villages: Bucuroaia (Bokorvány), Chijic (Kegyek), Copăcel, Poiana Tăşad (Kopácsmező), Sărand (Szaránd) and Surduc (Élesdszurdok). Show Copăcelon the map
PocolaPocola (Hungarian: Biharpoklos) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 1,625 people. It is composed of five villages: Feneriş (Fenyéres), Petrani (Pontoskő), Pocola, Poietari (Kisfenyéres) and Sânmartin de Beiuş Show Pocolaon the map
Husasău de TincaHusasău de Tinca (Hungarian: Biharhosszúaszó) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,241 people. It is composed of five villages: Fonău (Rózsafalva), Husasău de Tinca, Miersig (Nyárszeg), Oşand (Vasand) and Sititelec (Székelytelek). Show Husasău de Tincaon the map
NojoridNojorid (Hungarian: Nagyürögd) is a large commune located in Bihor County, western Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Apateu (Oláhapáti), Chişirid (Kisürögd), Leş (Váradles), Livada de Bihor (Mácsapuszta), Nojorid, Păuşa (Váradpósa) and Şauaieu (Biharsályi). Show Nojoridon the map
BorodBorod (Hungarian: Nagybáród) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 4,022 people. It is composed of six villages: Borod, Borozel (Kisbáród), Cetea (Cséklye), Corniţel (Báródsomos), Şerani (Sárán) and Valea Mare de Criş (Felsőpatak). Show Borodon the map
CăpâlnaCăpâlna (Hungarian: Feketekápolna) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 1,943 people. It is composed of five villages: Căpâlna, Ginta (Gyanta), Rohani (Rohány), Săldăbagiu Mic and Suplacu de Tinca (Tenkeszéplak). Show Căpâlnaon the map
Uileacu de BeiușUileacu de Beiuş (Hungarian: Belényesújlak) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,404 people. It is composed of four villages: Forău (Belényesforró), Prisaca (Gyepüpataka), Vălanii de Beiuş (Belényesvalány) and Uileacu de Beiuş. Show Uileacu de Beiușon the map
AuşeuAuşeu (Hungarian: Kisősi) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,939 people. It is composed of six villages: Auşeu, Cacuciu Vechi (Kiskakucs), Codrişoru (Szekatura), Gheghie (Körösgégény), Groşi (Tőtös) and Luncşoara (Élesdlok). Show Auşeuon the map
CurăţeleCurăţele (Hungarian: Tisztásfalva) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,721 people. It is composed of five villages: Beiuşele (Kisbelényes), Cresuia (Kereszély), Curăţele, Nimăieşti (Nyimesd) and Pociovelişte (Pócsafalva). Show Curăţeleon the map
TileagdTileagd (Hungarian: Mezőtelegd) is a large commune located in Bihor County, western Romania. It is composed of six villages: Bălaia (Kabaláspatak), Călătani (Kalotaitanya), Poșoloaca (Pósalaka), Tileagd, Tilecuș (Telkesd) and Uileacu de Criș (Pusztaújlak). Show Tileagdon the map
Sânnicolau RomânSânnicolau Român (Hungarian: Oláhszentmiklós) is a commune located in Bihor County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Berechiu (Felsőbarakony), Roit (Rojt) and Sânnicolau Român. These were part of Cefa Commune until 2003, when they were split off. Show Sânnicolau Românon the map
Boianu MareBoianu Mare (Hungarian: Tasnádbajom) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 1,385 people. It is composed of five villages: Boianu Mare, Corboaia (Korbolyatelep), Huta (Hutatelep), Păgaia (Úsztató) and Rugea (Ruzsatag). Show Boianu Mareon the map
LuncaLunca (Hungarian: Biharlonka) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,140 people. It is composed of six villages: Briheni (Berhény), Hotărel (Határ), Lunca, Sârbeşti (Szerbesd), Seghişte (Szegyesd) and Şuştiu (Susd). Show Luncaon the map
VelenţaVelenţa (Romanian pronunciation: [veˈlentsa], Hungarian: Váradvelence) is a quarter, or district, in eastern Oradea, Romania. The quarter is crossed by the E60 European Road, and has retained much of its old buildings, escaping the massive Communist urbanisation programme. Show Velenţaon the map
TăuteuTăuteu (Hungarian: Tóti) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 4,319 people. It is composed of five villages: Bogei (Bozsaly), Chiribiş (Bisztraterebes), Ciutelec (Cséhtelek), Poiana (Rétimalomtanya) and Tăuteu. Show Tăuteuon the map
Lazuri de BeiuşLazuri de Beiuş (Hungarian: Belényesirtás) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 1,815 people. It is composed of four villages: Băleni (Balalény), Cusuiuş (Köszvényes), Hinchiriş (Henkeres) and Lazuri de Beiuş. Show Lazuri de Beiuşon the map
DrăgeştiDrăgeşti (Hungarian: Drágcséke) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,487 people. It is composed of five villages: Dicăneşti (Dékányos), Drăgeşti, Stracoş (Isztrákos), Tăşad (Tasádfő) and Topeşti (Toposd). Show Drăgeştion the map
TincaTinca (Hungarian: Tenke) is a commune in the south-central part of Bihor County, Transylvania, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Belfir (Bélfenyér), Gurbediu (Tenkegörbed), Girişu Negru (Feketegyörös), Râpa (Körösmart) and Tinca. Show Tincaon the map
Vadu CrişuluiVadu Crişului (Hungarian: Rév) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,248 people. It is composed of four villages: Birtin (Bertény), Topa de Criş (Köröstopa), Tomnatic (Tomnatek) and Vadu Crişului. Show Vadu Crişuluion the map
AbrămuţAbrămuţ (Hungarian: Vedresábrány) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,923 people. It is composed of four villages: Abrămuţ, Crestur (Apátkeresztúr), Făncica (Érfancsika) and Petreu (Monospetri). Show Abrămuţon the map
CărpinetCărpinet (Hungarian: Kerpenyéd) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,174 people. It is composed of four villages: Călugări (Kalugyer), Cărpinet, Izbuc (Vaskohszohodol) and Leheceni (Lehecsény). Show Cărpineton the map
ViişoaraViișoara (Hungarian: Érszőllős) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 1,326 people. It is composed of four villages: Izvoarele (Szolnokháza), Pădureni (Erdőtelep), Reghea (Csekenye) and Viișoara. Show Viişoaraon the map
VaşcăuVaşcău (Hungarian: Vaskoh) is a town in Bihor County, western Transylvania, Romania. It administers five villages: Câmp (Vaskohmező), Câmp-Moţi, Coleşti (Kolafalva), Vărzarii de Jos (Alsófüves) and Vărzarii de Sus (Felsőfüves). Show Vaşcăuon the map
VârciorogVârciorog (Hungarian: Vércsorog) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,283 people. It is composed of four villages: Fâşca (Várfancsika), Surducel (Kisszurdok), Şerghiş (Serges) and Vârciorog. Show Vârciorogon the map
TărcaiaTărcaia (Hungarian: Köröstárkány) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,076 people. It is composed of four villages: Mierag (Mérág), Tărcaia, Tărcăiţa (Tárkányka) and Totoreni (Tatárfalva). Show Tărcaiaon the map
Cociuba MareCociuba Mare (Hungarian: Alsókocsoba) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,678 people. It is composed of four villages: Cărăsău (Karaszó), Cheşa (Kisháza), Cociuba Mare and Petid (Petegd). Show Cociuba Mareon the map
BalcBalc (Hungarian: Bályok) is a commune located in Bihor County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Almaşu Mare (Kozmaalmás), Almaşu Mic (Szalárdalmás), Balc, Ghida (Berettyódéda) and Săldăbagiu de Barcău (Szoldobágy). Show Balcon the map
BuduslăuBuduslău (Hungarian: Érbogyoszló) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania. It is composed of two villages, Albiş (Albis) and Buduslău. In 2002, 94.5% of inhabitants were Hungarians, 3.9% Roma and 1.4% Romanians. Show Buduslăuon the map
NucetNucet (Romanian pronunciation: [nuˈt͡ʃet]; Hungarian: Diófás) is a town in Bihor County, western Transylvania, Romania. Its name means \"walnut trees\" both in Romanian and Hungarian. It administers two villages, Băiţa (Rézbánya) and Băiţa-Plai. Show Nuceton the map
Lugaşu de JosLugaşu de Jos (Hungarian: Alsólugos) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,209 people. It is composed of three villages: Lugaşu de Jos, Lugaşu de Sus (Felsőlugos) and Urvind (Örvénd). Show Lugaşu de Joson the map
IneuIneu (Hungarian: Köröskisjenő) is a commune in Bihor County, north-western Romania with a population of 4075 people. It is composed of three villages: Botean (Mezőbottyán), Husasău de Criş (Köröskisújfalu) and Ineu. Show Ineuon the map
OlceaOlcea (Hungarian: Olcsa) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,871 people. It is composed of four villages: Călacea (Bélkalocsa), Hodișel (Pusztahodos), Olcea and Ucuriș (Ökrös). Show Olceaon the map
CherechiuCherechiu (Hungarian: Kiskereki) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,405 people. It is composed of three villages: Cherechiu, Cheşereu (Érkeserű) and Târguşor (Asszonyvására). Show Cherechiuon the map
SăcădatSăcădat (Hungarian: Mezőszakadát) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 1,857 people. It is composed of three villages: Borşa (Borostelek), Săbolciu (Mezőszabolcs) and Săcădat. Show Săcădaton the map
RemeteaRemetea (Hungarian: Magyarremete) is a commune in Bihor County, west of Romania. It is composed of five villages: Drăgoteni (Drágota), Meziad (Mézged), Petreasa (Petrász), Remetea and Șoimuș (Gyepüsolymos). Show Remeteaon the map
GepiuGepiu (Hungarian: Gyapju) is a commune located in Bihor County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Bicaci (Mezőbikács) and Gepiu. These were part of Cefa Commune until 2003, when they were split off. Show Gepiuon the map
SalontaSalonta (Romanian pronunciation: [saˈlonta]; Hungarian: Nagyszalonta, German: Grosssalontha; Turkish: Salanta) is a city in Bihor County, in the geographical region of Crișana, north-western Romania, near the Hungarian border. Show Salontaon the map
ŞimianȘimian (Hungarian: Érsemjén) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,924 people. It is composed of three villages: Șilindru (Érselénd), Șimian and Voivozi (Érkenéz). Show Şimianon the map
RoşiaRoşia (Hungarian: Biharrósa) is a large commune in Romania, Bihor County, around 21 kilometers north from the town of Beiuş. It is composed of two villages, Lazuri (Lázurihegy) and Roşia. Show Roşiaon the map
TămășeuTămăşeu (Hungarian: Paptamási) is a commune located in Bihor County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Niuved (Nyüved), Parhida (Pelbárthida), Satu Nou (Kügypuszta) and Tămăşeu. Show Tămășeuon the map
RoșioriRoşiori (Hungarian: Biharfélegyháza) is a commune located in Bihor County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Mihai Bravu (Félegyházi Újtelep), Roşiori and Vaida (Biharvajda). Show Roșiorion the map
SînmartinSânmartin (Hungarian: Váradszentmárton) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 8,854 people. It is the site of two spas, Băile 1 Mai and Băile Felix. Show Sînmartinon the map
BulzBulz (Hungarian: Csarnóháza) is a commune in Bihor County, Romania with a population of 2,321 people. It is composed of three villages: Bulz, Munteni and Remeţi (Jádremete). Show Bulzon the map
MarghitaMarghita (Romanian pronunciation: [marˈɡita]; Hungarian: Margitta, Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈmɒrɡitːɒ]; Yiddish: Margaretin) is a city in Bihor County, Romania. It administers two villages, Cheţ (Magyarkéc) and Ghenetea (Genyéte). Show Marghitaon the map
SălardSălard (Hungarian: Szalárd) is a commune in Bihor County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Hodoş (Jákóhodos), Sălard and Sântimreu Show Sălardon the map
SântandreiSântandrei (Hungarian: Biharszentandrás) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania. It is composed of two villages, Palota (Újpalota) and Sântandrei. Show Sântandreion the map
AleşdAleşd (Romanian pronunciation: [aˈleʃd] (13px listen); Hungarian: Élesd) is a town in Bihor County, western Romania. It is located in the east of the county, near the border with Cluj County. Show Aleşdon the map
HârseştiHârseşti is a commune in Argeş County, in southern central Romania. It is composed of three villages: Ciobani, Hârseşti and Martalogi. Show Hârseştion the map
CăbeştiCăbești (Hungarian: Biharkaba) is a commune in Bihor County, Romania, around 13 kilometers north of the town of Beiuș. Show Căbeştion the map
Valea lui MihaiValea lui Mihai (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈvale̯a luj miˈhaj]; Hungarian: Érmihályfalva; Yiddish: Mihalifalva, or Mihaifalva) is a town in Romania. Show Valea lui Mihaion the map
ȘteiȘtei (Hungarian: Vaskohsziklás) is a town in Bihor County, western Transylvania, Romania. Between 1958 and 1996, it was named Dr. Petru Groza, after the Romanian socialist leader who had died in 1958. Show Șteion the map
FinişFiniş (Hungarian: Várasfenes) is a commune in Bihor County, Romania, two kilometers from the town of Beiuş. It is composed of four villages: Finiş, Fiziş (Füzes), Ioaniş and Şuncuiş Show Finişon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Bihor
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Comuna ŢeţcheaAn echea or sounding vase (literally echoer) is a pot, chamber or vessel that is similar in function to a modern-day bass trap. They were originally used in ancient Greek theaters to enhance the voices of performers by resonance. They were usually made of bronze, but could also be earthenware if necessary for economic reasons. Similar devices have been used in early churches, and some were discovered in the vaulted ceiling of the choir of Strasbourg Cathedral, and in mosques dating back to the 11th century.Show on map
Comuna SâniobSâniob (Hungarian: Szentjobb, Turkish: Şenköy) is a commune in Bihor County, western Romania. The village was named after Stephen I of Hungary's Szent Jobb ( or \"Holy Dexter\") - his preserved right hand which was kept in an abbey here. The name was granted by Ladislaus I of Hungary in 1083. It was conquered by the Ottomans in 1661, becoming the seat of a sanjak in Varat Eyalet. Called \"Şenköy\" by the new authorities, it was captured by the Habsburg Monarchy in 1691. It is composed of four villages:Show on map
Comuna ŞuncuiuşȘuncuiuș (Hungarian: Vársonkolyos) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania. It has a population of 3,259 people and is composed of four villages: Bălnaca (Körösbánlaka), Bălnaca-Groși (Körösbánlakai erdő), Șuncuiuș and Zece Hotare (Révtízfalu). At the 2011 census, of the inhabitants for whom data were available, 89.8% of inhabitants were Romanians, 7.9% Roma and 2.1% Hungarians. Using the same parameters, the census counted 78.9% of inhabitants as Romanian Orthodox, 15.3% as Pentecostals, 3.2% as Baptists and 1.5% as Reformed.Show on map
Comuna Avram IancuAvram Iancu (until 1932 Chemenfoc, from 1932 to 1954 Regina Maria, from 1954 to 1956 Crişana; German: Kemmen; Hungarian: Keményfok) is a commune in Bihor county, in the western part of Transylvania, Romania. The commune is composed of three villages: Ant (Ant), Avram Iancu and Tămaşda (Tamáshida). The majority of the population (96%) in Avram Iancu village is Romanian. Overall, the commune is 74.7% Romanian, 15.6% Roma and 9.6% Hungarian. The architecture of the commune is typical for a Romanian field village: the main street traverses the village, houses being equally distributed along it.Show on map
Comuna MădăraşMădăras (Hungarian: Madarász; Slovak: Madaras) is a commune in Bihor County, Romania, 3 km from Salonta, located nearby the Hungarian border - on the European road E671, and the Körös River canal. In 2002, it had 3,024 inhabitants. The commune Hungarian name means \"fowler\", the Romanian name derives from that as well. It is composed of four villages: Homorog (Oláhhomorog), Ianoşda (Jánosd), Marţihaz (Marciháza) and Mădăras. Homorog has a Romanian Orthodox church; built in the 1830s, it is decorated with a valuable mural from the 1840s.Show on map
Comuna RăbăganiRăbăgani (Hungarian: Robogány) is a commune in Bihor County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Albeşti (Fehérlak), Brăteşti, Răbăgani, Sălişte de Pomezeu (Papmezőszeleste), Săucani (Szokány) and Vărăşeni (Veresfalva). It is located about 50 km south of Oradea. It was mostly Hungarian until 1955, when it became equally split 50/50 with the Romanian community. In 2002, it was 94.2% Romanian and 5.7% Roma. The 1% of the population that was Jewish left shortly after World War II.Show on map
Comuna AştileuAştileu (Hungarian: Esküllő) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania, close to the border with Hungary. It is composed of four villages: Aştileu, Călăţea (Kalota), Chistag (Keszteg) and Peştere (Körösbarlang). At the 2011 census, 87.94% of the population were Romanians, 5.2% Roma, 4.48% Slovaks, 1.55% Hungarians and 0.23% Germans. The closest town to Aştileu is Aleşd, pretty much in walking distance. There is a small church. Aștileu is located on the Aleșd-Beiuș route.Show on map
Comuna PietroasaPietroasa (\"stony\" in Romanian; Hungarian: Vasaskőfalva) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,341 people. It is composed of seven villages: Chişcău (Kiskoh), Cociuba Mică (Felsőkocsoba), Giuleşti (Zsulest), Gurani (Gurány'), Măgura (Biharmagura), Moţeşti (Mocsest) and Pietroasa. Bear Cave, a sightseeing location located in the western Apuseni Mountains where 140 cave bear skeletons were found, is on the outskirts of Chişcău village.Show on map
Comuna DiosigDiosig (Hungarian: Bihardiószeg) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 9653 people. It is composed of two villages, Diosig and Ianca (Jankafalva). At the 2002 census, 56.5% of inhabitants were Hungarians, 32.6% Romanians and 10.7% Roma. 53.4% were Reformed, 27.7% Romanian Orthodox, 8.2% Roman Catholic, 4.9% Pentecostal, 2.2% Seventh-Day Adventist and 1.5% Baptist.Show on map
Comuna BatărBatăr (Hungarian: Feketebátor; Turkish: Fektebatur) is a commune located in Bihor County, Romania. The village is situated in south-western county, near the border with Hungary. The settlement lies along the river Crişul Negru and is composed of four villages: Arpăşel (Árpád; Arpat), Batăr, Talpoş (Talpas) and Tăut (Feketetót). Notable people who lived in Batăr include composer Tiberiu Olah.Show on map
Comuna DrăgăneştiDrăgăneşti (Hungarian: Dragánfalva) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,834 people. It is composed of ten villages: Belejeni (Belényeshegy), Drăgăneşti, Grădinari (Kisnyégerfalva), Livada Beiuşului (Belényesliváda), Mizieş (Mézes), Păcăleşti (established 2008), Păntăşeşti (Panatasa), Sebiş (Körössebes), Talpe (Talp) and Ţigăneştii de Beiuş (Cigányosd).Show on map
Municipiul BeiuşBeiuș (Romanian pronunciation: [beˈjuʃ]; German: Binsch; Hungarian: Belényes) is a city in Bihor County, Romania near the Apuseni Mountains. The river Crișul Negru flows through Beiuș, and the city administers a single village, Delani (Gyalány). Between the late 18th and very early 20th centuries, Beiuș constituted one of the most important learning centers of the Romanian language in Western Transylvania.Show on map
Comuna HolodHolod (Hungarian: Pusztahollód) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Dumbrava (Tenkemocsár), Dumbrăviţa (Kisdombró), Forosig (Forrószeg), Hodiş (Káptalanhodos), Holod, Lupoaia (Farkaspatak), Valea Mare de Codru (Alsópatak) and Vintere (Venter). At the 2011 census, 77.2% of inhabitants were Romanians, 21.3% Roma and 0.8% Hungarians.Show on map
Comuna TarceaTarcea (Hungarian: Értarcsa) is a commune located in Bihor County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Adoni (Éradony), Galoşpetreu (Gálospetri) and Tarcea. At the 2002 census, it had 2706 inhabitants, of whom 77% were Hungarians, 16.8% Romanians and 6.1% Roma. 51.7% were Reformed, 20% Roman Catholic, 12.6% Romanian Orthodox, 9.2% Greek-Catholic and 5.2% Baptist.Show on map
Comuna CâmpaniCâmpani (Hungarian: Felsőmezős) is a commune in Bihor County, Romania. Its earliest attested documentation dates to 1600. It is situated in the southern part of the county, near the Apuseni Mountains, on the banks of Băiţa River. Câmpani is situated at roughly equal distances to 3 towns: Nucet (5 km), Ştei (6 km), Vaşcău (8 km), and 88 km from the county capital Oradea.Show on map
Comuna SpinuşSpinuş (Hungarian: Hagymádfalva) is one of the smallest communes in Bihor county, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Ciuleşti (Csujafalva), Gurbeşti (Görbesd), Nădar (Nadántelek), Sălişte (Kövesegyháza) and Spinuş. It has a population 1,283 people (as of 2002). The Oradea-Braşov highway will pass through this commune in the near future. It is a wine-growing zone.Show on map
Comuna ŞinteuŞinteu (Slovak: Nová Huta; Hungarian: Sólyomkővár) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 1,005 people. It is composed of four villages: Huta Voivozi (Stará Huta; Almaszeghuta), Socet (Huta Sočet; Forduló), Şinteu and Valea Târnei (Židáreň; Hármaspatak). 98.4% of the inhabitants are Slovaks, and 98.6% of them are Roman Catholic.Show on map
Comuna PaleuPaleu (Hungarian: Hegyközpályi) is a commune located in Bihor County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Paleu, Săldăbagiu de Munte and Uileacu de Munte (Hegyközújlak). These were part of Cetariu Commune until 2003, when they were split off. At the 2011 census, 74.2% of inhabitants were Hungarians and 25% Romanians.Show on map
Comuna BunteştiBuntești (Hungarian: Bontesd) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 4,615 people. It is composed of nine villages: Bunteşti, Brădet (Biharfenyves), Dumbrăvani (Dombrovány), Ferice (Fericse), Lelești (Lelesd), Poienii de Jos (Alsópojény), Poienii de Sus (Felsőpojény), Săud (Szód) and Stâncești (Kisbékafalva).Show on map
Comuna DernaDerna (Hungarian: Felsőderna) is a commune in northeastern Bihor County, Romania, 50 km from the county seat, Oradea and 35 km from Marghita. It borders the communes of Popeşti, Chișlaz, Brusturi and Spinuș. It is composed of five villages: Derna, Dernişoara (Alsóderna), Sacalasău (Sástelek), Sacalasău Nou (Újsástelek) and Tria (Terje).Show on map
Comuna CetariuCetariu (Hungarian: Hegyközcsatár) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,124 people. It is composed of four villages: Cetariu, Şişterea (Siter), Şuşturogi (Sitervölgy) and Tăutelec It also included three other villages until 2003, when they were split off to form Paleu Commune.Show on map
Comuna BratcaBratca (Hungarian: Barátka) is a commune situated in Bihor County, western Romania. At 5,567 (2002), it is one of the county's largest communes. It is composed of six villages: Beznea (Delureni from 1964 to 1996; Báródbeznye), Bratca, Damiş (Erdődámos), Lorău (Remetelórév), Ponoară (Körösponor) and Valea Crişului (Nagyfeketepatak).Show on map
Comuna DobreştiDobrești (Hungarian: Bihardobrosd) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 5,500 people. It is composed of eight villages: Cornișești (Nagykerpesd), Crâncești (Karáncsfalva), Dobrești, Hidișel (Nánhegyes), Luncasprie (Lankás), Răcaș (Lankástanya), Topa de Jos (Alsótopa) and Topa de Sus (Felsőtopa).Show on map
Comuna ŞoimiŞoimi (Hungarian: Sólyom) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,912 people. It is composed of eight villages: Borz, Codru, Dumbrăviţa de Codru (Havasdombró), Pocluşa de Beiuş (Havaspoklos), Sânnicolau de Beiuş Şoimi, Ursad (Urszád) and Urviş de BeiuşShow on map
Comuna PomezeuPomezeu (Hungarian: Kispapmező) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,266 people. It is composed of eight villages: Câmpani de Pomezeu (Nagypapmező), Coşdeni (Kosgyán), Hidiş (Hegyes), Lacu Sărat, Pomezeu, Sitani (Szitány), Spinuş de Pomezeu (Tősfalva) and Vălani de Pomezeu (Papmezővalány).Show on map
Comuna CefaCefa (Hungarian: Cséffa, German: Tscheppensdorf) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 6,124 people. It is composed of three villages: Ateaş (Atyás), Cefa and Inand (Inánd). It also included five other villages until 2003, when they were split off to form Gepiu and Sânnicolau Român Communes.Show on map
Comuna LăzăreniLăzăreni (Hungarian: Miklóirtás) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,942 people. It is composed of eight villages: Bicăcel (Pusztabikács), Calea Mare (Magyargyepes), Cărăndeni (Nagykáránd), Cărănzel (Kiskáránd), Gepiş (Oláhgyepes), Gruilung (Hosszúliget), Lăzăreni and Miheleu (Méhelő).Show on map
Comuna BrusturiBrusturi (Hungarian: Tataros) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 4,238 people. It is composed of eight villages: Brusturi, Cuieşd (Kövesd), Loranta (Loránta), Orvişele (Orvisel), Păuleşti (Felsőtótfalu), Picleu (Szóvárhegy), Ţigăneştii de Criş (Cigányfalva) and Varasău (Varaszótanya).Show on map
Comuna CiumeghiuCiumeghiu (Hungarian: Illye; German: Egisberg) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 4,132 people. It is composed of three villages: Boiu (Mezőbaj), Ciumeghiu and Ghiorac (Erdőgyarak). At the 2011 census, 50.6% of inhabitants were Romanians, 24.6% Hungarians and 24.5% Roma.Show on map
Comuna BudureasaBudureasa (Hungarian: Bondoraszó) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,671 people. It is composed of five villages: Budureasa, Burda (Borda), Saca (Száka), Sălişte de Beiuş (Belényesszeleste) and Teleac (Telek). The Stâna de Vale resort is located in the commune.Show on map
Comuna MăgeştiMăgeşti (Hungarian: Szászfalva) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,787 people. It is composed of seven villages: Butani (Rikosd), Cacuciu Nou (Nagykakucs), Dobricioneşti (Doborcsány), Gălăşeni (Gálosháza), Josani (Krajnikfalva), Măgeşti and Ortiteag (Ürgeteg).Show on map
Comuna ToboliuToboliu (Hungarian: Vizesgyán) is a commune located in Bihor County, Romania. Established in 2007 when it was split from Girișu de Criș Commune, it is composed of two villages, Cheresig (Körösszeg) and Toboliu. At the 2011 census, 90.1% of inhabitants were Romanians, 6.6% Roma and 2.9% Hungarians.Show on map
Comuna ChişlazChișlaz (Hungarian: Vámosláz) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,341 people. It is composed of seven villages: Chiraleu Chișlaz, Hăucești (Hőke), Mișca (Micske), Poclușa de Barcău (Poklostelek), Sărsig (Sárszeg) and Sânlazăr (Szentlázár).Show on map
Comuna TulcaTulca (Hungarian: Tulka) is a commune in Bihor county, in the Western Plains of Romania. It is located 12 kilometers from the city of Salonta and is composed of two villages, Căuaşd (Kávásd) and Tulca. Most of the population is Romanian, but there are small minorities of Hungarians and Romani.Show on map
Comuna SârbiSârbi (Hungarian: Alsótótfalu) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,904 people. It is composed of seven villages: Almaşu Mic (Szóvárhegy), Burzuc (Borszeg), Chioag (Kővág), Fegernic (Almásfegyvernek), Fegernicu Nou (Újfegyvernek), Sarcău (Szarkó) and Sârbi.Show on map
Comuna AbramAbram (Hungarian: Érábrány) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,354 people. It is composed of eight villages: Abram, Cohani (Berettyókohány), Dijir (Dizsér), Iteu (Lüki), Iteu Nou (Újüki), Margine (Széltalló), Satu Barbă (Újbártfalva) and Suiug (Szunyogd).Show on map
Comuna CeicaCeica (Hungarian: Magyarcséke) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,975 people. It is composed of seven villages: Bucium (Tőkefalva), Ceica, Ceişoara (Cseszvára), Corbeşti (Hollószeg), Cotiglet (Kótliget), Duşeşti (Dusafalva) and Inceşti (Jancsófalva).Show on map
Comuna Criștioru de JosCriştioru de Jos (Hungarian: is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 1,589 people. It is composed of five villages: Bâlc, Criştioru de Jos, Criştioru de Sus Poiana (Biharmező) and Sălişte de Vaşcău (Vaskohszeleste).Show on map
Comuna Suplacu de BarcăuSuplacu de Barcău (Hungarian: Berettyószéplak) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 4,590. It is composed of six villages: Borumlaca (Baromlak), Dolea (Dólyapuszta), Foglaş (Fogás), Suplacu de Barcău, Valea Cerului (Cserpatak) and Vâlcelele (Blágarét).Show on map
Comuna SălaceaSălacea (Hungarian: Szalacs) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,096. It is composed of two villages, Otomani (Ottomány) and Sălacea. The Otomani culture, a local Bronze Age culture (2100-1600 BC), takes its name from the village of Otomani.Show on map
Comuna CurtuişeniCurtuişeni (Hungarian: Érkörtvélyes) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,671 people. It is composed of two villages, Curtuişeni and Văşad (Érvasad). At the 2011 census, 63.3% of inhabitants were Hungarians, 22.5% Romanians and 14.1% Roma.Show on map
Comuna RieniRieni (Hungarian: Rény) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,084 people. It is composed of six villages: Cucuceni (Kakucsány), Ghighişeni (Gyegyesény), Petrileni (Petrelény), Rieni, Sudrigiu (Kisszedres) and Valea de JosShow on map
Comuna Hidişelu De SusHidişelu de Sus (Hungarian: Harangmező) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,218 people. It is composed of five villages: Hidişelu de Jos (Almamező), Hidişelu de Sus, Mierlău (Nyárló), Sântelec (Biharszentelek) and Şumugiu (Váraduzsopa).Show on map
Comuna SâmbătaSâmbăta (Hungarian: Szombatság) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 1,619 people. It is composed of six villages: Copăceni (Kapocsány), Ogeşti (Csékehodos), Rogoz (Venterrogoz), Rotăreşti (Kerekesfalva), Sâmbăta and Zăvoiu (Törpefalva).Show on map
Comuna PopeştiPopeşti (Hungarian: Papfalva) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 8,547 people. It is composed of seven villages: Bistra (Sebesújfalu), Budoi (Bodonos), Cuzap (Középes), Popeşti, Varviz (Várvíz), Vărzari (Füves) and Voivozi (Almaszeg).Show on map
Comuna BorşBorş (Hungarian: Bors) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania. It is composed of four villages: Borş, Santăul Mare (Nagyszántó), Santăul Mic (Kisszántó) and Sântion (Biharszentjános). In 2002, 92.7% of inhabitants were Hungarians, 6% Romanians and 0.9% Roma.Show on map
Comuna CopăcelCopăcel (Hungarian: Kiskopács) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,394 people. It is composed of six villages: Bucuroaia (Bokorvány), Chijic (Kegyek), Copăcel, Poiana Tăşad (Kopácsmező), Sărand (Szaránd) and Surduc (Élesdszurdok).Show on map
Oraş SãcueniSăcueni (Romanian pronunciation: [səkuˈjenʲ]; Hungarian: Székelyhíd; German: Zickelhid; Yiddish: סעקלהיד‎ Seklhid; Turkish: Sengevi) is a town in Bihor County, Romania. It administers five villages: Cadea (Kágya), Ciocaia (Csokaly), Cubulcut (Érköbölkút), Olosig (Érolaszi) and Sânnicolau de MunteShow on map
Comuna PocolaPocola (Hungarian: Biharpoklos) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 1,625 people. It is composed of five villages: Feneriş (Fenyéres), Petrani (Pontoskő), Pocola, Poietari (Kisfenyéres) and Sânmartin de BeiuşShow on map
Comuna Husasău de TincaHusasău de Tinca (Hungarian: Biharhosszúaszó) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,241 people. It is composed of five villages: Fonău (Rózsafalva), Husasău de Tinca, Miersig (Nyárszeg), Oşand (Vasand) and Sititelec (Székelytelek).Show on map
Comuna NojoridNojorid (Hungarian: Nagyürögd) is a large commune located in Bihor County, western Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Apateu (Oláhapáti), Chişirid (Kisürögd), Leş (Váradles), Livada de Bihor (Mácsapuszta), Nojorid, Păuşa (Váradpósa) and Şauaieu (Biharsályi).Show on map
Comuna BorodBorod (Hungarian: Nagybáród) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 4,022 people. It is composed of six villages: Borod, Borozel (Kisbáród), Cetea (Cséklye), Corniţel (Báródsomos), Şerani (Sárán) and Valea Mare de Criş (Felsőpatak).Show on map
Comuna CãpâlnaCăpâlna (Hungarian: Feketekápolna) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 1,943 people. It is composed of five villages: Căpâlna, Ginta (Gyanta), Rohani (Rohány), Săldăbagiu Mic and Suplacu de Tinca (Tenkeszéplak).Show on map
Comuna Uileacu de BeiuşUileacu de Beiuş (Hungarian: Belényesújlak) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,404 people. It is composed of four villages: Forău (Belényesforró), Prisaca (Gyepüpataka), Vălanii de Beiuş (Belényesvalány) and Uileacu de Beiuş.Show on map
Comuna AuşeuAuşeu (Hungarian: Kisősi) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,939 people. It is composed of six villages: Auşeu, Cacuciu Vechi (Kiskakucs), Codrişoru (Szekatura), Gheghie (Körösgégény), Groşi (Tőtös) and Luncşoara (Élesdlok).Show on map
Comuna CurăţeleCurăţele (Hungarian: Tisztásfalva) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,721 people. It is composed of five villages: Beiuşele (Kisbelényes), Cresuia (Kereszély), Curăţele, Nimăieşti (Nyimesd) and Pociovelişte (Pócsafalva).Show on map
Comuna TileagdTileagd (Hungarian: Mezőtelegd) is a large commune located in Bihor County, western Romania. It is composed of six villages: Bălaia (Kabaláspatak), Călătani (Kalotaitanya), Poșoloaca (Pósalaka), Tileagd, Tilecuș (Telkesd) and Uileacu de Criș (Pusztaújlak).Show on map
Comuna Sânnicolau-RomânSânnicolau Român (Hungarian: Oláhszentmiklós) is a commune located in Bihor County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Berechiu (Felsőbarakony), Roit (Rojt) and Sânnicolau Român. These were part of Cefa Commune until 2003, when they were split off.Show on map
Comuna Boianu MareBoianu Mare (Hungarian: Tasnádbajom) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 1,385 people. It is composed of five villages: Boianu Mare, Corboaia (Korbolyatelep), Huta (Hutatelep), Păgaia (Úsztató) and Rugea (Ruzsatag).Show on map
Comuna LuncaLunca (Hungarian: Biharlonka) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,140 people. It is composed of six villages: Briheni (Berhény), Hotărel (Határ), Lunca, Sârbeşti (Szerbesd), Seghişte (Szegyesd) and Şuştiu (Susd).Show on map
Comuna BihariaBiharia (Hungarian: Bihar) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania. It is composed of two villages, Biharia and Cauaceu (Hegyközkovácsi). In 2002 it had 5,870 inhabitants, of whom 85.87% were Hungarians, 12.12% Romanians and 1.73% Roma.Show on map
Comuna TăuteuTăuteu (Hungarian: Tóti) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 4,319 people. It is composed of five villages: Bogei (Bozsaly), Chiribiş (Bisztraterebes), Ciutelec (Cséhtelek), Poiana (Rétimalomtanya) and Tăuteu.Show on map
Comuna Lazuri de BeiuşLazuri de Beiuş (Hungarian: Belényesirtás) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 1,815 people. It is composed of four villages: Băleni (Balalény), Cusuiuş (Köszvényes), Hinchiriş (Henkeres) and Lazuri de Beiuş.Show on map
Comuna DrăgeştiDrăgeşti (Hungarian: Drágcséke) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,487 people. It is composed of five villages: Dicăneşti (Dékányos), Drăgeşti, Stracoş (Isztrákos), Tăşad (Tasádfő) and Topeşti (Toposd).Show on map
Comuna OşorheiOșorhei (Hungarian: Fugyivásárhely) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 5,874 people. It is composed of five villages: Alparea (Váradalpár), Cheriu (Alkér), Felcheriu (Felkér), Fughiu (Fugyi) and Oșorhei.Show on map
Comuna TincaTinca (Hungarian: Tenke) is a commune in the south-central part of Bihor County, Transylvania, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Belfir (Bélfenyér), Gurbediu (Tenkegörbed), Girişu Negru (Feketegyörös), Râpa (Körösmart) and Tinca.Show on map
Comuna Vadu CrişuluiVadu Crişului (Hungarian: Rév) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,248 people. It is composed of four villages: Birtin (Bertény), Topa de Criş (Köröstopa), Tomnatic (Tomnatek) and Vadu Crişului.Show on map
Comuna AbrămuţAbrămuţ (Hungarian: Vedresábrány) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,923 people. It is composed of four villages: Abrămuţ, Crestur (Apátkeresztúr), Făncica (Érfancsika) and Petreu (Monospetri).Show on map
Comuna CărpinetCărpinet (Hungarian: Kerpenyéd) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,174 people. It is composed of four villages: Călugări (Kalugyer), Cărpinet, Izbuc (Vaskohszohodol) and Leheceni (Lehecsény).Show on map
Comuna ViişoaraViișoara (Hungarian: Érszőllős) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 1,326 people. It is composed of four villages: Izvoarele (Szolnokháza), Pădureni (Erdőtelep), Reghea (Csekenye) and Viișoara.Show on map
Oraş VaşcãuVaşcău (Hungarian: Vaskoh) is a town in Bihor County, western Transylvania, Romania. It administers five villages: Câmp (Vaskohmező), Câmp-Moţi, Coleşti (Kolafalva), Vărzarii de Jos (Alsófüves) and Vărzarii de Sus (Felsőfüves).Show on map
Comuna VârciorogVârciorog (Hungarian: Vércsorog) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,283 people. It is composed of four villages: Fâşca (Várfancsika), Surducel (Kisszurdok), Şerghiş (Serges) and Vârciorog.Show on map
Comuna TărcaiaTărcaia (Hungarian: Köröstárkány) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,076 people. It is composed of four villages: Mierag (Mérág), Tărcaia, Tărcăiţa (Tárkányka) and Totoreni (Tatárfalva).Show on map
Comuna Cociuba MareCociuba Mare (Hungarian: Alsókocsoba) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,678 people. It is composed of four villages: Cărăsău (Karaszó), Cheşa (Kisháza), Cociuba Mare and Petid (Petegd).Show on map
Comuna BalcBalc (Hungarian: Bályok) is a commune located in Bihor County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Almaşu Mare (Kozmaalmás), Almaşu Mic (Szalárdalmás), Balc, Ghida (Berettyódéda) and Săldăbagiu de Barcău (Szoldobágy).Show on map
Comuna BuduslăuBuduslău (Hungarian: Érbogyoszló) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania. It is composed of two villages, Albiş (Albis) and Buduslău. In 2002, 94.5% of inhabitants were Hungarians, 3.9% Roma and 1.4% Romanians.Show on map
Comuna Lugaşu De JosLugaşu de Jos (Hungarian: Alsólugos) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,209 people. It is composed of three villages: Lugaşu de Jos, Lugaşu de Sus (Felsőlugos) and Urvind (Örvénd).Show on map
Comuna IneuIneu (Hungarian: Köröskisjenő) is a commune in Bihor County, north-western Romania with a population of 4075 people. It is composed of three villages: Botean (Mezőbottyán), Husasău de Criş (Köröskisújfalu) and Ineu.Show on map
Comuna OlceaOlcea (Hungarian: Olcsa) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,871 people. It is composed of four villages: Călacea (Bélkalocsa), Hodișel (Pusztahodos), Olcea and Ucuriș (Ökrös).Show on map
Comuna CherechiuCherechiu (Hungarian: Kiskereki) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 2,405 people. It is composed of three villages: Cherechiu, Cheşereu (Érkeserű) and Târguşor (Asszonyvására).Show on map
Comuna SăcădatSăcădat (Hungarian: Mezőszakadát) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 1,857 people. It is composed of three villages: Borşa (Borostelek), Săbolciu (Mezőszabolcs) and Săcădat.Show on map
Comuna RemeteaRemetea (Hungarian: Magyarremete) is a commune in Bihor County, west of Romania. It is composed of five villages: Drăgoteni (Drágota), Meziad (Mézged), Petreasa (Petrász), Remetea and Șoimuș (Gyepüsolymos).Show on map
Comuna GepiuGepiu (Hungarian: Gyapju) is a commune located in Bihor County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Bicaci (Mezőbikács) and Gepiu. These were part of Cefa Commune until 2003, when they were split off.Show on map
Municipiul SalontaSalonta (Romanian pronunciation: [saˈlonta]; Hungarian: Nagyszalonta, German: Grosssalontha; Turkish: Salanta) is a city in Bihor County, in the geographical region of Crișana, north-western Romania, near the Hungarian border.Show on map
BihorBihor (Romanian pronunciation: [biˈhor] (13px listen)) is a county (județ) of Romania on the border with Hungary, in Crișana, with capital city at Oradea. Together with Hajdú-Bihar County in Hungary it constitutes the Biharia Euroregion.Show on map
Comuna ŞimianȘimian (Hungarian: Érsemjén) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 3,924 people. It is composed of three villages: Șilindru (Érselénd), Șimian and Voivozi (Érkenéz).Show on map
Comuna Girişu de CrişGirişu de Criş (Hungarian: Körösgyéres) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 5,102 people. It is composed of two villages, Girişu de Criş and Tărian (Köröstarján).Show on map
Comuna RoşiaRoşia (Hungarian: Biharrósa) is a large commune in Romania, Bihor County, around 21 kilometers north from the town of Beiuş. It is composed of two villages, Lazuri (Lázurihegy) and Roşia.Show on map
Comuna TãmãşeuTămăşeu (Hungarian: Paptamási) is a commune located in Bihor County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Niuved (Nyüved), Parhida (Pelbárthida), Satu Nou (Kügypuszta) and Tămăşeu.Show on map
Comuna RoşioriRoşiori (Hungarian: Biharfélegyháza) is a commune located in Bihor County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Mihai Bravu (Félegyházi Újtelep), Roşiori and Vaida (Biharvajda).Show on map
Comuna SânmartinSânmartin (Hungarian: Váradszentmárton) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania with a population of 8,854 people. It is the site of two spas, Băile 1 Mai and Băile Felix.Show on map
Comuna BulzBulz (Hungarian: Csarnóháza) is a commune in Bihor County, Romania with a population of 2,321 people. It is composed of three villages: Bulz, Munteni and Remeţi (Jádremete).Show on map
Municipiul MarghitaMarghita (Romanian pronunciation: [marˈɡita]; Hungarian: Margitta, Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈmɒrɡitːɒ]; Yiddish: Margaretin) is a city in Bihor County, Romania. It administers two villages, Cheţ (Magyarkéc) and Ghenetea (Genyéte).Show on map
Comuna SălardSălard (Hungarian: Szalárd) is a commune in Bihor County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Hodoş (Jákóhodos), Sălard and SântimreuShow on map
Comuna SântandreiSântandrei (Hungarian: Biharszentandrás) is a commune in Bihor County, northwestern Romania. It is composed of two villages, Palota (Újpalota) and Sântandrei.Show on map
Oraș AleşdAleşd (Romanian pronunciation: [aˈleʃd] (13px listen); Hungarian: Élesd) is a town in Bihor County, western Romania. It is located in the east of the county, near the border with Cluj County.Show on map
Comuna CăbeştiCăbești (Hungarian: Biharkaba) is a commune in Bihor County, Romania, around 13 kilometers north of the town of Beiuș.Show on map
Oraş Valea Lui MihaiValea lui Mihai (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈvale̯a luj miˈhaj]; Hungarian: Érmihályfalva; Yiddish: Mihalifalva, or Mihaifalva) is a town in Romania.Show on map
Oraş ŞteiȘtei (Hungarian: Vaskohsziklás) is a town in Bihor County, western Transylvania, Romania. Between 1958 and 1996, it was named Dr. Petru Groza, after the Romanian socialist leader who had died in 1958.Show on map
Comuna FinişFiniş (Hungarian: Várasfenes) is a commune in Bihor County, Romania, two kilometers from the town of Beiuş. It is composed of four villages: Finiş, Fiziş (Füzes), Ioaniş and ŞuncuişShow on map
Different buildings in Bihor
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Oradea International AirportOradea Airport (IATA: OMR, ICAO: LROD) is located 5 km (3.1 mi) southwest of Oradea in northwestern Romania, Bihor County, near one of the main road and rail border crossings to Hungary. Its location near the European route E60 and the future Transylvania motorway as well as the county's high tourist potential (Băile Felix hot springs, Padiş Natural Protected Area etc.) have led to a double digit growth of passenger and cargo traffic for the past two years.Show on map