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Botoșani ([botoˈʃanʲ]) is a county (județ) of Romania, in Moldavia (few villages in Bukovina), with the capital city at Botoșani.
Cities, towns & villages in Botosani
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CorlăteniCorlăteni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Carasa, Corlăteni, Podeni and Vlădeni. The administrative apparatus and the commune's school, kindergarten and police station are located in Corlăteni village. The main road that passes through these villages and links the entire commune is the 291 county road (DJ 291). The main occupations of the villagers living in this area are agriculture and animal growth, especially sheep and cattle. The population of these villages has been decreasing significantly since the early 2000s because ever more villagers leave to work abroad, leaving only their parents and small children at their homes. Most of them never return, and their children, after coming of age, tend to follow their parents. Show Corlătenion the map
ConceştiConcești is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Concești and Movileni. At the 2002 census, the commune had 2063 people, of whom 99.9% were ethnic Romanians; 89.6% were Romanian Orthodox and 9.1% Seventh-day Adventist. The main occupation of the inhabitants is agriculture (growing plants like corn, potatoes, and livestock such as cows, sheep, rabbits and fowl, including ducks and chickens). Some of the people of Concești work in the factories in Darabani which provides them with some extra money. A significant portion of the commune's youth went to work abroad in countries like Italy and Spain starting in the 1990s. Show Conceştion the map
BroscăuţiBroscăuți is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Broscăuți and Slobozia. The commune had 3450 people at the 2002 census; of these, 99.9% were ethnic Romanians and 99.4% were Romanian Orthodox. The main occupation of its inhabitants is plants like corn and potatoes, raising animals (cows, sheep, rabbits) and birds (ducks, chicken). Some of the people of Broscăuți work in the factories in nearby Dorohoi, which provides them with some extra money. A significant part of the commune's youth has emigrated to countries such as Italy and Spain since the 1990s. Show Broscăuţion the map
FrumuşicaFrumușica is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Boscoteni, Frumușica, Rădeni, Storești, Șendreni and Vlădeni-Deal. On July 5, 2010, the Danube in Galați recorded a flow rate of 676 cm (76 cm above the rate of flooding) and a flow of 16,055 m/s. At Șendreni, the Siret had a rate of 728 cm (78 cm over the danger level). The local emergency services reinforced the dykes in the afternoon and narrowly averted any additional flooding. It was flooded during the July 2010 flood as was its namesake in Galați County. Show Frumuşicaon the map
ȘtefăneștiŞtefăneşti (Yiddish: שטעפנשט‎, Hebrew: שטפנשט‎‎) is a small town in Botoşani County, Romania. It administers four villages: Bădiuţi, Bobuleşti, Stânca and Ştefăneşti-Sat. The painter Ştefan Luchian (1868–1916) was born here, as well as Vlad Onicescu, the father of the mathematician Octav Onicescu (1892–1983). The town is also the birthplace of the Shtefanesht Hasidic dynasty and as such its name is still known in present-day Israel. Stânca is a border checkpoint to Moldova. Show Ștefăneștion the map
SăveniSăveni is a small town located in Botoşani County in the Moldavia region in northeastern Romania. It has a population of 8,685. There is an archaeology museum located in the town.Near Săveni at 47°56′2.27″N 26°50′19.58″E, there is a 210 metres tall guyed mast for The town administers five villages: Bodeasa, Bozieni, Chişcăreni, Petricani and Sat Nou. Show Săvenion the map
IpoteștiMihai Eminescu is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Baisa, Cătămărești, Cervicești, Cervicești-Deal, Cucorăni, Ipotești (the commune centre), Manolești and Stâncești. The commune is so named because Mihai Eminescu spent his childhood here, in the village of Ipotești. Show Ipoteștion the map
MihăileniMihăileni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Mihăileni, Pârâu Negru and Rogojeşti, with a total population of 2,283 as of 2011. At the 2011 census, 83.4% of inhabitants were Romanians and 14.3% Ukrainians. At the 2002 census, 89% were Romanian Orthodox and 8.7% Pentecostal. Show Mihăilenion the map
George EnescuGeorge Enescu is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Arborea, Dumeni (the commune centre), George Enescu, Popeni and Stânca. The commune is so named because George Enescu was born here, in the village of Liveni, renamed after him following his death in 1955. Show George Enescuon the map
BotoşaniBotoșani [Romanian pronunciation: [botoˈʃanʲ] (13px listen)] (Hungarian: Botosány, Polish: Botoszany, German: Botoschan) is the capital city of Botoșani County, in the northern part of Moldavia, Romania. Today, it is best known as the birthplace of many celebrated Romanians, including Mihai Eminescu, Nicolae Iorga and Grigore Antipa. Show Botoşanion the map
CoșulaCoula is a genus of one to three species of trees native to tropical Africa. Currently placed in the family Olacaceae, recent genetic evidence suggests this family is paraphyletic, and that Coula and related genera should be transferred to a new family Strombosiaceae. Selected species \n* Coula cabrae Wildem. & Th. Dur. (syn. C. edulis var. cabrae) \n* Coula edulis Baill. Show Coșulaon the map
ManoleasaManoleasa is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Flondora, Iorga, Liveni, Loturi, Manoleasa, Manoleasa-Prut, Sadoveni, Zahoreni. Liveni is the commune's oldest attested village, being mentioned in a document of August 17, 1667. Show Manoleasaon the map
PăltinişPăltiniș is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Cuzlău, Horodiștea, Păltiniș and Slobozia. Horodiștea village is situated at 48º15'N, this is the northernmost point in Romania. Show Păltinişon the map
CoţuşcaCoțușca is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Avram Iancu, Cotu Miculinţi, Coțușca, Crasnaleuca, Ghireni, Mihail Kogălniceanu, Nichiteni, Nicolae Bălcescu and Puţureni. Show Coţuşcaon the map
CopălăuCopălău is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Cerbu, Copălău and Cotu. It included four other villages until 2003, when these were detached to form Coșula commune. Show Copălăuon the map
DerscaDersca is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Dersca. It also included Lozna and Străteni villages until 2003, when they were split off to form Lozna Commune. Show Derscaon the map
GorbăneştiGorbăneşti is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Bătrâneşti, George Coşbuc, Gorbăneşti, Mihai Eminescu, Silişcani, Socrujeni, Viforeni and Vânători. Show Gorbăneştion the map
SuharăuSuharău is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Izvoare, Lişna, Oroftiana, Plevna, Smârdan and Suharău. The Prut enters Romania in Oroftiana village. Show Suharăuon the map
AvrămeniAvrămeni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Aurel Vlaicu, Avrămeni, Dimitrie Cantemir, Ichimeni, Panaitoaia, Timuş and Tudor Vladimirescu. Show Avrămenion the map
FlămânziFlămânzi is a town in Botoșani County, Romania. It administers five villages: Chițoveni, Flămânzi (a village distinct from the town), Nicolae Bălcescu, Poiana and Prisăcani. Show Flămânzion the map
DarabaniDarabani (Romanian pronunciation: [daraˈbanʲ]) is a town in Botoşani County, Moldavia, Romania, and is the northernmost town in Romania. It administers three villages: Bajura, Eşanca and Lişmăniţa. Show Darabanion the map
LoznaLozna is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Lozna and Străteni. Until 2003, these belonged to Dersca Commune, when they were split off. Show Loznaon the map
Ripicenii VechiRipiceni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Cinghiniia, Lehneşti, Movila Ruptă, Popoaia, Râşca, Ripiceni and Ripicenii Vechi. Show Ripicenii Vechion the map
DobârceniDobârceni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Bivolari, Brăteni (formerly Pădureni), Cişmăneşti, Dobârceni, Livada and Murguţa. Show Dobârcenion the map
MihălăşeniMihălăşeni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Caraiman, Mihălăşeni, Năstase, Negreşti, Păun, Sărata and Slobozia Silişcani. Show Mihălăşenion the map
UnţeniUnțeni is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Burla, Burlești, Mânăstireni, Soroceni, Unțeni, Valea Grajdului and Vultureni. Show Unţenion the map
Vârfu CâmpuluiVârfu Câmpului is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Ionășeni, Lunca, Maghera, Pustoaia and Vârfu Câmpului. Show Vârfu Câmpuluion the map
Hilişeu-HoriaHilișeu-Horia is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Corjăuți, Hilișeu-Cloșca, Hilișeu-Crișan, Hilișeu-Horia and Iezer. Show Hilişeu-Horiaon the map
AlbeştiAlbești is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Albești, Buimăceni, Coștiugeni, Jijia, Mășcăteni and Tudor Vladimirescu. Show Albeştion the map
CristineştiCristinești is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Baranca, Cristinești, Dămileni, Dragalina, Fundu Herţii and Poiana. Show Cristineştion the map
HăneştiHăneşti is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Borolea, Hăneşti, Moara Jorii, Sărata-Basarab and Slobozia Hăneşti. Show Hăneştion the map
VoronaVorona is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Icușeni, Joldești, Poiana, Vorona, Vorona Mare and Vorona-Teodoru. Show Voronaon the map
BăluşeniBălușeni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Bălușeni, Bălușenii Noi, Buzeni, Coşuleni, Draxini and Zăiceşti. Show Băluşenion the map
DurneștiDurneşti is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Băbiceni, Bârsăneşti, Broşteni, Cucuteni, Durneşti and Guranda. Show Durneștion the map
TruşeştiTrușești is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Buhăceni, Ciritei, Drislea, Ionășeni, Păsăteni and Trușești. Show Truşeştion the map
HavârnaHavârna is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Balinţi, Galbeni, Gârbeni, Havârna, Niculcea and Tătărăşeni. Show Havârnaon the map
DorohoiDorohoi (Romanian pronunciation: [doroˈhoj]) is a city in the Botoşani County, Romania, on the right bank of the Jijia River, which broadens into a lake on the north. Show Dorohoion the map
CordăreniCordăreni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Cordăreni, Griviţa and Slobozia (established in 2004). Show Cordărenion the map
VlădeniVlădeni is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Brehuiești, Hrișcani, Huțani, Mândrești and Vlădeni. Show Vlădenion the map
TodireniTodireni is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Cernești, Florești, Gârbești, Iurești and Todireni. Show Todirenion the map
LuncaLunca is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Băznoasa, Lunca, Stroieşti, Stăneşti and Zlătunoaia. Show Luncaon the map
RomâneștiRomâneşti is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Dămideni, Româneşti, Româneşti-Vale and Sărata. Show Româneștion the map
HudeştiHudeşti is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Alba, Baranca, Başeu, Hudeşti, Mlenăuţi and Vatra. Show Hudeştion the map
CristeştiCristeşti is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Cristeşti, Oneaga, Schit-Orăşeni and Unguroaia. Show Cristeştion the map
RăuseniRăuseni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Doina, Pogorăşti, Răuseni, Rediu and Stolniceni. Show Răusenion the map
LeordaLeorda is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Belcea, Costineşti, Dolina, Leorda and Mitoc. Show Leordaon the map
StăuceniStăuceni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Siliştea, Stăuceni, Tocileni and Victoria. Show Stăucenion the map
DrăguşeniDrăguşeni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Drăguşeni, Podriga and Sarata-Drăguşeni. Show Drăguşenion the map
CorniCorni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Balta Arsă, Corni, Mesteacăn and Sarafineşti. Show Cornion the map
VorniceniVorniceni is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Davidoaia, Dealu Crucii and Vorniceni. Show Vornicenion the map
MileancaMileanca is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Codreni, Mileanca, Scutari and Seliştea. Show Mileancaon the map
ViişoaraViișoara is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Cuza Vodă, Viișoara and Viișoara Mică. Show Viişoaraon the map
DimăcheniDimăcheni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Dimăcheni, Mateieni and Recia-Verbia. Show Dimăchenion the map
PomârlaPomârla is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Hulubeşti, Pomârla, Poiana and Racovăţ. Show Pomârlaon the map
BlândeştiBlândești is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Blândești, Cerchejeni and Şoldăneşti. Show Blândeştion the map
CândeştiCândești is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Călinești, Cândești, Talpa and Vițcani. Show Cândeştion the map
DângeniDângeni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Dângeni, Hulub, Iacobeni and Strahotin. Show Dângenion the map
VlăsineştiVlăsinești is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Miron Costin, Sârbi and Vlăsinești. Show Vlăsineştion the map
ŞendriceniŞendriceni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Horlăceni, Pădureni and Şendriceni. Show Şendricenion the map
PrăjeniPrăjeni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Câmpeni, Lupăria, Miletin and Prăjeni. Show Prăjenion the map
BrăeştiBrăeşti is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Brăeşti, Poiana, Popeni and Vâlcelele. Show Brăeştion the map
HlipiceniHlipiceni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Dragalina, Hlipiceni and Victoria. Show Hlipicenion the map
BuceceaBucecea (Yiddish: בוטשעטש‎) is a town in Botoşani County, Romania. It administers two villages, Bohoghina and Călineşti. Show Buceceaon the map
VăculeştiVăculești is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Gorovei, Saucenița and Văculești. Show Văculeştion the map
ŞtiubieniŞtiubieni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Ibăneasa, Negreni and Ştiubieni. Show Ştiubienion the map
CălăraşiCălăraşi is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Călăraşi, Libertatea and Pleşani. Show Călăraşion the map
IbăneştiIbănești is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Dumbrăvița and Ibănești. Show Ibăneştion the map
AdășeniAdășeni is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Adășeni and Zoițani. Show Adășenion the map
RomaRoma is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of two villages: Cotârgaci and Roma. Show Romaon the map
MitocMitoc is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Horia and Mitoc. Show Mitocon the map
TudoraTudora is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Tudora. Show Tudoraon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Botosani
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Comuna CorlăteniCorlăteni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Carasa, Corlăteni, Podeni and Vlădeni. The administrative apparatus and the commune's school, kindergarten and police station are located in Corlăteni village. The main road that passes through these villages and links the entire commune is the 291 county road (DJ 291). The main occupations of the villagers living in this area are agriculture and animal growth, especially sheep and cattle. The population of these villages has been decreasing significantly since the early 2000s because ever more villagers leave to work abroad, leaving only their parents and small children at their homes. Most of them never return, and their children, after coming of age, tend to follow their parents.Show on map
Comuna ConceştiConcești is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Concești and Movileni. At the 2002 census, the commune had 2063 people, of whom 99.9% were ethnic Romanians; 89.6% were Romanian Orthodox and 9.1% Seventh-day Adventist. The main occupation of the inhabitants is agriculture (growing plants like corn, potatoes, and livestock such as cows, sheep, rabbits and fowl, including ducks and chickens). Some of the people of Concești work in the factories in Darabani which provides them with some extra money. A significant portion of the commune's youth went to work abroad in countries like Italy and Spain starting in the 1990s.Show on map
Comuna Rãdãuţi-PrutRădăuţi-Prut is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania, composed of three villages: Miorcani, Rădăuţi-Prut and Rediu. It was seriously affected by floods in July 2008. Rădăuţi-Prut is also a border crossing point between Moldova and Romania.Show on map
Comuna BroscăuţiBroscăuți is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Broscăuți and Slobozia. The commune had 3450 people at the 2002 census; of these, 99.9% were ethnic Romanians and 99.4% were Romanian Orthodox. The main occupation of its inhabitants is plants like corn and potatoes, raising animals (cows, sheep, rabbits) and birds (ducks, chicken). Some of the people of Broscăuți work in the factories in nearby Dorohoi, which provides them with some extra money. A significant part of the commune's youth has emigrated to countries such as Italy and Spain since the 1990s.Show on map
Comuna FrumuşicaFrumușica is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Boscoteni, Frumușica, Rădeni, Storești, Șendreni and Vlădeni-Deal. On July 5, 2010, the Danube in Galați recorded a flow rate of 676 cm (76 cm above the rate of flooding) and a flow of 16,055 m/s. At Șendreni, the Siret had a rate of 728 cm (78 cm over the danger level). The local emergency services reinforced the dykes in the afternoon and narrowly averted any additional flooding. It was flooded during the July 2010 flood as was its namesake in Galați County.Show on map
Oraş ŞtefãneştiŞtefăneşti (Yiddish: שטעפנשט‎, Hebrew: שטפנשט‎‎) is a small town in Botoşani County, Romania. It administers four villages: Bădiuţi, Bobuleşti, Stânca and Ştefăneşti-Sat. The painter Ştefan Luchian (1868–1916) was born here, as well as Vlad Onicescu, the father of the mathematician Octav Onicescu (1892–1983). The town is also the birthplace of the Shtefanesht Hasidic dynasty and as such its name is still known in present-day Israel. Stânca is a border checkpoint to Moldova.Show on map
Oraş SãveniSăveni is a small town located in Botoşani County in the Moldavia region in northeastern Romania. It has a population of 8,685. There is an archaeology museum located in the town.Near Săveni at 47°56′2.27″N 26°50′19.58″E, there is a 210 metres tall guyed mast for The town administers five villages: Bodeasa, Bozieni, Chişcăreni, Petricani and Sat Nou.Show on map
Comuna Mihai EminescuMihai Eminescu is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Baisa, Cătămărești, Cervicești, Cervicești-Deal, Cucorăni, Ipotești (the commune centre), Manolești and Stâncești. The commune is so named because Mihai Eminescu spent his childhood here, in the village of Ipotești.Show on map
Comuna MihăileniMihăileni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Mihăileni, Pârâu Negru and Rogojeşti, with a total population of 2,283 as of 2011. At the 2011 census, 83.4% of inhabitants were Romanians and 14.3% Ukrainians. At the 2002 census, 89% were Romanian Orthodox and 8.7% Pentecostal.Show on map
Comuna George EnescuGeorge Enescu is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Arborea, Dumeni (the commune centre), George Enescu, Popeni and Stânca. The commune is so named because George Enescu was born here, in the village of Liveni, renamed after him following his death in 1955.Show on map
Comuna CoşulaCoula is a genus of one to three species of trees native to tropical Africa. Currently placed in the family Olacaceae, recent genetic evidence suggests this family is paraphyletic, and that Coula and related genera should be transferred to a new family Strombosiaceae. Selected species \n* Coula cabrae Wildem. & Th. Dur. (syn. C. edulis var. cabrae) \n* Coula edulis Baill.Show on map
Comuna ManoleasaManoleasa is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Flondora, Iorga, Liveni, Loturi, Manoleasa, Manoleasa-Prut, Sadoveni, Zahoreni. Liveni is the commune's oldest attested village, being mentioned in a document of August 17, 1667.Show on map
Comuna UngureniUngureni is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of twelve villages: Borzești, Călugăreni (also Călugărenii Vechi), Călugărenii Noi, Durnești, Epureni, Mihai Viteazu, Mândrești, Plopenii Mari, Plopenii Mici, Tăutești, Ungureni and Vicoleni.Show on map
Comuna PăltinişPăltiniș is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Cuzlău, Horodiștea, Păltiniș and Slobozia. Horodiștea village is situated at 48º15'N, this is the northernmost point in Romania.Show on map
Comuna CoţuşcaCoțușca is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Avram Iancu, Cotu Miculinţi, Coțușca, Crasnaleuca, Ghireni, Mihail Kogălniceanu, Nichiteni, Nicolae Bălcescu and Puţureni.Show on map
Comuna CopălăuCopălău is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Cerbu, Copălău and Cotu. It included four other villages until 2003, when these were detached to form Coșula commune.Show on map
Comuna DerscaDersca is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Dersca. It also included Lozna and Străteni villages until 2003, when they were split off to form Lozna Commune.Show on map
Comuna GorbăneştiGorbăneşti is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Bătrâneşti, George Coşbuc, Gorbăneşti, Mihai Eminescu, Silişcani, Socrujeni, Viforeni and Vânători.Show on map
Comuna SuharăuSuharău is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Izvoare, Lişna, Oroftiana, Plevna, Smârdan and Suharău. The Prut enters Romania in Oroftiana village.Show on map
Comuna Santa MareSanta Mare is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Bădărăi, Berza, Bogdăneşti, Durneşti, Ilişeni, Rânghileşti, Rânghileşti-Deal and Santa Mare.Show on map
Comuna AvrămeniAvrămeni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Aurel Vlaicu, Avrămeni, Dimitrie Cantemir, Ichimeni, Panaitoaia, Timuş and Tudor Vladimirescu.Show on map
Oraş FlãmânziFlămânzi is a town in Botoșani County, Romania. It administers five villages: Chițoveni, Flămânzi (a village distinct from the town), Nicolae Bălcescu, Poiana and Prisăcani.Show on map
Oraş DarabaniDarabani (Romanian pronunciation: [daraˈbanʲ]) is a town in Botoşani County, Moldavia, Romania, and is the northernmost town in Romania. It administers three villages: Bajura, Eşanca and Lişmăniţa.Show on map
Comuna LoznaLozna is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Lozna and Străteni. Until 2003, these belonged to Dersca Commune, when they were split off.Show on map
Comuna CurteştiCurtești is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Agafton, Băiceni, Curtești, Hudum, Mănăstirea Doamnei, Orășeni-Deal and Orășeni-Vale.Show on map
Comuna RipiceniRipiceni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Cinghiniia, Lehneşti, Movila Ruptă, Popoaia, Râşca, Ripiceni and Ripicenii Vechi.Show on map
Comuna DobârceniDobârceni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Bivolari, Brăteni (formerly Pădureni), Cişmăneşti, Dobârceni, Livada and Murguţa.Show on map
Comuna MihălăşeniMihălăşeni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Caraiman, Mihălăşeni, Năstase, Negreşti, Păun, Sărata and Slobozia Silişcani.Show on map
Comuna UnţeniUnțeni is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Burla, Burlești, Mânăstireni, Soroceni, Unțeni, Valea Grajdului and Vultureni.Show on map
Comuna Vârfu CâmpuluiVârfu Câmpului is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Ionășeni, Lunca, Maghera, Pustoaia and Vârfu Câmpului.Show on map
Comuna Hilişeu-HoriaHilișeu-Horia is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Corjăuți, Hilișeu-Cloșca, Hilișeu-Crișan, Hilișeu-Horia and Iezer.Show on map
Comuna AlbeştiAlbești is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Albești, Buimăceni, Coștiugeni, Jijia, Mășcăteni and Tudor Vladimirescu.Show on map
Comuna CristineştiCristinești is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Baranca, Cristinești, Dămileni, Dragalina, Fundu Herţii and Poiana.Show on map
Comuna HăneştiHăneşti is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Borolea, Hăneşti, Moara Jorii, Sărata-Basarab and Slobozia Hăneşti.Show on map
Comuna VoronaVorona is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Icușeni, Joldești, Poiana, Vorona, Vorona Mare and Vorona-Teodoru.Show on map
Comuna BăluşeniBălușeni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Bălușeni, Bălușenii Noi, Buzeni, Coşuleni, Draxini and Zăiceşti.Show on map
Comuna DurneştiDurneşti is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Băbiceni, Bârsăneşti, Broşteni, Cucuteni, Durneşti and Guranda.Show on map
Comuna TruşeştiTrușești is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Buhăceni, Ciritei, Drislea, Ionășeni, Păsăteni and Trușești.Show on map
Comuna HavârnaHavârna is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Balinţi, Galbeni, Gârbeni, Havârna, Niculcea and Tătărăşeni.Show on map
Municipiul DorohoiDorohoi (Romanian pronunciation: [doroˈhoj]) is a city in the Botoşani County, Romania, on the right bank of the Jijia River, which broadens into a lake on the north.Show on map
Comună CordăreniCordăreni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Cordăreni, Griviţa and Slobozia (established in 2004).Show on map
Comuna VlădeniVlădeni is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Brehuiești, Hrișcani, Huțani, Mândrești and Vlădeni.Show on map
Comuna TodireniTodireni is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Cernești, Florești, Gârbești, Iurești and Todireni.Show on map
Comuna LuncaLunca is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Băznoasa, Lunca, Stroieşti, Stăneşti and Zlătunoaia.Show on map
Comuna CristeştiCristeşti is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Cristeşti, Oneaga, Schit-Orăşeni and Unguroaia.Show on map
Comuna RomâneştiRomâneşti is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Dămideni, Româneşti, Româneşti-Vale and Sărata.Show on map
Comuna HudeştiHudeşti is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Alba, Baranca, Başeu, Hudeşti, Mlenăuţi and Vatra.Show on map
Comuna RăuseniRăuseni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Doina, Pogorăşti, Răuseni, Rediu and Stolniceni.Show on map
Judeţul BotoşaniBotoșani (Romanian pronunciation: [botoˈʃanʲ] (13px listen)) is a county (județ) of Romania, in Moldavia (few villages in Bukovina), with the capital city at Botoșani.Show on map
Comuna SuliţaBotoșani (Romanian pronunciation: [botoˈʃanʲ] (13px listen)) is a county (județ) of Romania, in Moldavia (few villages in Bukovina), with the capital city at Botoșani.Show on map
Comuna LeordaLeorda is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Belcea, Costineşti, Dolina, Leorda and Mitoc.Show on map
Comuna DrăguşeniDrăguşeni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Drăguşeni, Podriga and Sarata-Drăguşeni.Show on map
Comuna StăuceniStăuceni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Siliştea, Stăuceni, Tocileni and Victoria.Show on map
Comuna CorniCorni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Balta Arsă, Corni, Mesteacăn and Sarafineşti.Show on map
Comuna VorniceniVorniceni is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Davidoaia, Dealu Crucii and Vorniceni.Show on map
Comuna MileancaMileanca is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Codreni, Mileanca, Scutari and Seliştea.Show on map
Comuna CândeştiCândești is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Călinești, Cândești, Talpa and Vițcani.Show on map
Comuna DimăcheniDimăcheni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Dimăcheni, Mateieni and Recia-Verbia.Show on map
Comuna BlândeştiBlândești is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Blândești, Cerchejeni and Şoldăneşti.Show on map
Comuna PomârlaPomârla is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Hulubeşti, Pomârla, Poiana and Racovăţ.Show on map
Comuna ViişoaraViișoara is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Cuza Vodă, Viișoara and Viișoara Mică.Show on map
Comuna ŞendriceniŞendriceni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Horlăceni, Pădureni and Şendriceni.Show on map
Comuna VlăsineştiVlăsinești is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Miron Costin, Sârbi and Vlăsinești.Show on map
Comuna DângeniDângeni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Dângeni, Hulub, Iacobeni and Strahotin.Show on map
Comuna PrăjeniPrăjeni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Câmpeni, Lupăria, Miletin and Prăjeni.Show on map
Comuna BrăeştiBrăeşti is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Brăeşti, Poiana, Popeni and Vâlcelele.Show on map
Comuna RăchiţiRăchiţi is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Cişmea, Costeşti, Răchiţi and Roşiori.Show on map
Comuna HlipiceniHlipiceni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Dragalina, Hlipiceni and Victoria.Show on map
Comuna VăculeştiVăculești is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Gorovei, Saucenița and Văculești.Show on map
Oraş BuceceaBucecea (Yiddish: בוטשעטש‎) is a town in Botoşani County, Romania. It administers two villages, Bohoghina and Călineşti.Show on map
Comuna ŞtiubieniŞtiubieni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Ibăneasa, Negreni and Ştiubieni.Show on map
Comuna NicşeniNicşeni is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Dacia, Dorobanţi and Nicşeni.Show on map
Comuna IbăneştiIbănești is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Dumbrăvița and Ibănești.Show on map
Comuna AdăşeniAdășeni is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Adășeni and Zoițani.Show on map
Comuna RomaRoma is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of two villages: Cotârgaci and Roma.Show on map
Comuna MitocMitoc is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Horia and Mitoc.Show on map
Comuna TudoraTudora is a commune in Botoșani County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Tudora.Show on map