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Călărași ([kələˈraʃʲ]) is a county (județ) of Romania on the border with Bulgaria, in Muntenia, with the county seat at Călărași.
Cities, towns & villages in Calarasi
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FrumuşaniFrumusani is a commune located in the proximity of Bucharest, Romania, 15 kilometers to the southeast on the National Road to Oltenița (DN4), just after Popești-Leordeni. Part of Călărași County, it is composed of six villages: Frumușani, Orăşti, Pasărea, Pădurişu, Piţigaia and Postăvari. The access is quite easy, because of a good quality National Road and the Bucharest belt nearby and the traffic is not crowded. The landscape is quite picturesque, thanks to an imposing forest and lakes. Show Frumuşanion the map
FunduleaFundulea is an agricultural town in the Călăraşi County, Romania. It is on the Bărăgan Plain, approximately 30 km east of the capital Bucharest, in the historical region of Wallachia. It has a population of 6,217. The A2 freeway and Mostiştea River pass through its vicinity. Two villages are administered by the town: Alexandru Ioan Cuza and Gostilele. Show Funduleaon the map
CălăraşiCălărași (Romanian pronunciation: [kələˈraʃʲ] (13px listen)), the capital of Călărași County in the Muntenia region, is situated in south-east Romania, on the bank of Danube's Borcea branch, at about 12 kilometres (7 miles) from the Bulgarian border and 125 kilometres (78 miles)from Bucharest. The city is an industrial centre for lumber and paper, food processing, glass manufacturing, textiles, medical equipment production and heavy industry, the last represented by the Călărași steel works. The city is known colloquially as \"Capșa provinciei\" (the Capşa from the provinces). Show Călăraşion the map
BorceaBorcea is a commune situated in the eastern part of Călăraşi County, Romania. It is one of the most populous communes in the county and it is situated on the west bank of the Borcea branch (a section of the Danube). The commune was formed as a result of the administrative reform of 1968 by joining two neighboring villages, Cocargeaua and Pietroiu. Today, it is composed of two villages, Borcea and Pietroiu. Show Borceaon the map
CurcaniCurcani is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Curcani and Sălcioara. At the 2002 census, there were 5233 inhabitants. Of these, 65.8% were ethnic Romanians and 34.1% Roma; 99.6% were Romanian Orthodox. The commune's name, meaning \"turkeys\", was bestowed in the aftermath of the Romanian War of Independence, and refers to a nickname given to Dorobanț troops. Show Curcanion the map
BudeştiBudești (Romani: Budeshti) is a small provincial town in Călărași County, approximately 30 km south-east of Bucharest, the capital of Romania. Three villages are administered by the town: Aprozi, Buciumeni and Gruiu. Budești was the birthplace of famous Romanian violin player Ion Voicu. It has a population of 7,024 people. Near Budești, the Dâmbovița river flows into the Argeș River. Show Budeştion the map
ChiseletChiselet is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Chiselet. As of 2007 the population of Chiselet is 3,554. A massive Neolithic tell called Măgura Fundeanca exists just a few kilometers south of the village center, towards the often flooded forest that borders the bank of the Danube. Show Chiseleton the map
CrivățCrivăţ is a commune in west side of Călăraşi County, Romania, composed of a single village, Crivăţ. It was administered by Budeşti town until 2006, when it received commune status. As of 2011 Crivăţ has a population of 2,290 .Distance to capital Bucharest is 45 km Show Crivățon the map
CăscioareleFor the village in Constanţa County, see Cerchezu. For the villages in Giurgiu County, see Găiseni and Ulmi. Căscioarele is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Căscioarele. As of 2007 Căscioarele has a population of 1,958. Show Căscioareleon the map
GălbinașiGălbinaşi is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Gălbinaşi. It was a village of Vasilați Commune until 2005, when it was split off to form a separate commune. As of 2007 the population of Gălbinaşi is 3,394. Show Gălbinașion the map
ModeluModelu is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Modelu, Radu Negru, Stoeneşti and Tonea. It has a population of 9,745 people. Since 2004, the mayor has been Gheorghe Dobre of the National Liberal Party. Show Modeluon the map
DragalinaDragalina is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania, named after the Romanian general Ion Dragalina. It is composed of three villages: Constantin Brâncoveanu, Dragalina and Drajna Nouă. As of 2007 the population of Dragalina is 8,575. Show Dragalinaon the map
CiocăneştiCiocănești is a commune in Călărași County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Ciocănești. The island Ostrovul Ciocănești lies In the proximity of Ciocănești on the Danube. Show Ciocăneştion the map
Nicolae BălcescuNicolae Bălcescu is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Fântâna Doamnei, Nicolae Bălcescu and Paicu. As of 2007 the population of Nicolae Bălcescu is 1,581. It is named after Nicolae Bălcescu. Show Nicolae Bălcescuon the map
SăruleştiSăruleşti is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Măgureni, Polceşti, Sănduliţa, Săruleşti, Săruleşti-Gară, Sătucu and Solacolu. As of 2002 the population of Săruleşti is 3,177 inhabitants. Show Săruleştion the map
Alexandru OdobescuAlexandru Odobescu is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Alexandru Odobescu, Nicolae Bălcescu (the commune center) and Gălăţui. As of 2007 the population of Alexandru Odobescu is 2,826. Show Alexandru Odobescuon the map
IleanaIleana is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Arţari, Florica, Ileana, Podari, Răsurile, Răzoarele, Satu Nou, Ştefăneşti and Vlăiculeşti. As of 2002 the population of Ileana is 3,872. Show Ileanaon the map
OlteniţaOltenia (Romanian pronunciation: [olˈteni.a], also called Lesser Wallachia in antiquated versions, with the alternate Latin names Wallachia Minor, Wallachia Alutana, Wallachia Caesarea between 1718 and 1739) is a historical province and geographical region of Romania in western Wallachia. It is situated between the Danube, the Southern Carpathians and the Olt river. Show Olteniţaon the map
VasilaţiVasilaţi is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Nuci, Popeşti and Vasilaţi. Gălbinaşi village belonged to Vasilaţi until 2005, when it was split off to form Gălbinaşi Commune. Show Vasilaţion the map
Dor MăruntDor Mărunt is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Dâlga, Dâlga-Gară, Dor Mărunt, Înfrăţirea, Ogoru and Pelinu. At the 2011 census, the population of Dor Mărunt was 6,349. Show Dor Mărunton the map
Vlad ŢepeşVlad Țepeș is a commune in Călărași County, Romania. As of 2002 Vlad Țepeș has a population of 2,559. It is named after Vlad Țepeș, and its other village, Mihai Viteazu, is named after Michael the Brave. Show Vlad Ţepeşon the map
FrăsinetFrăsinet is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Curăteşti, Dăneşti, Frăsinet, Frăsinetu de Jos, Luptători and Tăriceni. As of 2007 the population of Frăsinet is 1,799. Show Frăsineton the map
Valea ArgoveiValea Argovei is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Lunca, Ostrovu, Siliştea, Valea Argovei and Vlădiceasca. As of 2007 Valea Argovei has a population of 2,529. Show Valea Argoveion the map
BelciugateleBelciugatele is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Belciugatele, Cândeasca, Cojeşti, Mataraua and Măriuţa. As of 2007 the population of Belciugatele is 1,878. Show Belciugateleon the map
PlătăreştiPlătăreşti is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Cucuieţi, Dorobanţu, Plătăreşti and Podu Pitarului. As of 2007 Plătărești has a population of 3,666. Show Plătăreştion the map
LupşanuLupșanu is a commune in Călărași County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Lupșanu, Nucetu, Plevna, Radu Vodă and Valea Rusului. Show Lupşanuon the map
PerişoruPerișoru is a commune in Călărași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Mărculești-Gară, Perișoru and Tudor Vladimirescu. As of 2007 the population of Perișoru is 5,380. Show Perişoruon the map
IndependenţaIndependenţa is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Independenţa, Potcoava and Vişinii. As of 2007 the population of Independenţa is 3,552. Show Independenţaon the map
Cuza VodăCuza Vodă is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Cuza Vodă, Ceacu and Călăraşii Vechi. As of 2007 Cuza Vodă has a population of 4,100. Show Cuza Vodăon the map
GrădişteaGrădiştea is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Bogata, Cuneşti, Grădiştea and Rasa. As of 2007 the population of Grădiştea is 4,731. Show Grădişteaon the map
MânăstireaMânăstirea is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Coconi, Mânăstirea and Sultana. As of 2007 the population of Mânăstirea is 5,930. Show Mânăstireaon the map
DorobanţuDorobanţu is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Boşneagu, Dorobanţu and Vărăşti. As of 2007 the population of Dorobanţu is 3,015. Show Dorobanţuon the map
DichiseniDichiseni is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania with 1863 inhabitants (2002 census). It is composed of four villages: Coslogeni, Dichiseni, Libertatea and Satnoeni. Show Dichisenion the map
Tămădău MareTămădău Mare is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Călăreţi, Dârvari, Plumbuita, Săcele, Şeinoiu, Tămădău Mare and Tămădău Mic. Show Tămădău Mareon the map
SpanţovSpanțov is a commune in Călărași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Cetatea Veche, Spanțov and Stancea. As of 2007 Spanțov has a population of 4,610. Show Spanţovon the map
GurbăneştiGurbănești is a commune in Călărași County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Codreni, Coțofanca, Gurbănești, Preasna, Preasna Veche and Valea Presnei. Show Gurbăneştion the map
JegăliaJegălia is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Gâldău, Iezeru and Jegălia. As of 2007 Jegălia has a population of 4,607. Show Jegăliaon the map
RadovanuRadovanu is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Radovanu and Valea Popii. As of 2007 the population of Radovanu is 4,695. Show Radovanuon the map
LuicaLuica is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Luica and Valea Stânii. As of 2007 the population of Luica is 2,118. Show Luicaon the map
SohatuSohatu is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Sohatu and Progresu. As of 2002 the population of Sohatu is 3,478. Show Sohatuon the map
LehliuLehliu is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Lehliu and Săpunari. As of 2007 the population of Lehliu is 2,848. Show Lehliuon the map
FundeniFundeni is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Fundeni. As of 2007 the population of Fundeni is 4,881. Show Fundenion the map
ŞoldanuȘoldanu is a commune in Călărași County, Romania, 44 km (27 mi) away from Bucharest. It is composed of two villages: Negoești and Șoldanu. Show Şoldanuon the map
RoseţiRoseţi is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Roseţi. As of 2007 Roseţi has a population of 5,976. Show Roseţion the map
NanaNana is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Nana. As of 2007 Nana has a population of 2,497. Show Nanaon the map
MitreniMitreni is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Clăteşti, Mitreni and Valea Roşie. Show Mitrenion the map
UlmuUlmu is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Chirnogi, Făurei, Ulmu and Zimbru. Show Ulmuon the map
VâlceleleVâlcelele is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Vâlcelele and Floroaica. Show Vâlceleleon the map
Ştefan VodăŞtefan Vodă is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Ştefan Vodă. Show Ştefan Vodăon the map
UnireaUnirea is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Unirea and Oltina. \n* World War I monument \n* School Street \n* Boats Show Unireaon the map
ChirnogiChirnogi is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Chirnogi. Show Chirnogion the map
UlmeniUlmeni is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Ulmeni. Show Ulmenion the map
States, regions, administrative units in Calarasi
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Oraş Lehliu GarãLehliu Gară is a small town in the middle of the Bărăgan region in Romania, with a railway station and a national road linking the seaside Constanţa and the county capital, Călăraşi. Also, the new A2 free-way passes nearby, by going to the sea. A beautiful network of interconnected lakes makes a fishing day a wild journey. Situated in the middle of the Bărăgan plains, the farmland is almost completely cultivated with cereals. The forests are in every 10 km, wild life being far from extinction.Show on map
Comuna FrumuşaniFrumusani is a commune located in the proximity of Bucharest, Romania, 15 kilometers to the southeast on the National Road to Oltenița (DN4), just after Popești-Leordeni. Part of Călărași County, it is composed of six villages: Frumușani, Orăşti, Pasărea, Pădurişu, Piţigaia and Postăvari. The access is quite easy, because of a good quality National Road and the Bucharest belt nearby and the traffic is not crowded. The landscape is quite picturesque, thanks to an imposing forest and lakes.Show on map
Oraş FunduleaFundulea is an agricultural town in the Călăraşi County, Romania. It is on the Bărăgan Plain, approximately 30 km east of the capital Bucharest, in the historical region of Wallachia. It has a population of 6,217. The A2 freeway and Mostiştea River pass through its vicinity. Two villages are administered by the town: Alexandru Ioan Cuza and Gostilele.Show on map
Comuna BorceaBorcea is a commune situated in the eastern part of Călăraşi County, Romania. It is one of the most populous communes in the county and it is situated on the west bank of the Borcea branch (a section of the Danube). The commune was formed as a result of the administrative reform of 1968 by joining two neighboring villages, Cocargeaua and Pietroiu. Today, it is composed of two villages, Borcea and Pietroiu.Show on map
Comuna CurcaniCurcani is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Curcani and Sălcioara. At the 2002 census, there were 5233 inhabitants. Of these, 65.8% were ethnic Romanians and 34.1% Roma; 99.6% were Romanian Orthodox. The commune's name, meaning \"turkeys\", was bestowed in the aftermath of the Romanian War of Independence, and refers to a nickname given to Dorobanț troops.Show on map
Oraş BudeştiBudești (Romani: Budeshti) is a small provincial town in Călărași County, approximately 30 km south-east of Bucharest, the capital of Romania. Three villages are administered by the town: Aprozi, Buciumeni and Gruiu. Budești was the birthplace of famous Romanian violin player Ion Voicu. It has a population of 7,024 people. Near Budești, the Dâmbovița river flows into the Argeș River.Show on map
Comuna ChiseletChiselet is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Chiselet. As of 2007 the population of Chiselet is 3,554. A massive Neolithic tell called Măgura Fundeanca exists just a few kilometers south of the village center, towards the often flooded forest that borders the bank of the Danube.Show on map
Comuna Dragoş VodăDragoş Vodă is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Bogdana, Dragoş Vodă and Socoalele. As of 2007 the population of Dragoş Vodă is 2,906. This is the home of the Iosif family. The mother of Traian Iosif and Vasilica Brenton, née Vasilica Iosif, still resides in this commune.Show on map
Comuna CrivăţCrivăţ is a commune in west side of Călăraşi County, Romania, composed of a single village, Crivăţ. It was administered by Budeşti town until 2006, when it received commune status. As of 2011 Crivăţ has a population of 2,290 .Distance to capital Bucharest is 45 kmShow on map
Comuna CăscioareleFor the village in Constanţa County, see Cerchezu. For the villages in Giurgiu County, see Găiseni and Ulmi. Căscioarele is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Căscioarele. As of 2007 Căscioarele has a population of 1,958.Show on map
Comuna GălbinaşiGălbinaşi is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Gălbinaşi. It was a village of Vasilați Commune until 2005, when it was split off to form a separate commune. As of 2007 the population of Gălbinaşi is 3,394.Show on map
Comuna ModeluModelu is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Modelu, Radu Negru, Stoeneşti and Tonea. It has a population of 9,745 people. Since 2004, the mayor has been Gheorghe Dobre of the National Liberal Party.Show on map
Comuna DragalinaDragalina is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania, named after the Romanian general Ion Dragalina. It is composed of three villages: Constantin Brâncoveanu, Dragalina and Drajna Nouă. As of 2007 the population of Dragalina is 8,575.Show on map
Comuna CiocăneştiCiocănești is a commune in Călărași County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Ciocănești. The island Ostrovul Ciocănești lies In the proximity of Ciocănești on the Danube.Show on map
Comuna Nicolae BălcescuNicolae Bălcescu is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Fântâna Doamnei, Nicolae Bălcescu and Paicu. As of 2007 the population of Nicolae Bălcescu is 1,581. It is named after Nicolae Bălcescu.Show on map
Comuna SăruleştiSăruleşti is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Măgureni, Polceşti, Sănduliţa, Săruleşti, Săruleşti-Gară, Sătucu and Solacolu. As of 2002 the population of Săruleşti is 3,177 inhabitants.Show on map
Comuna Alexandru OdobescuAlexandru Odobescu is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Alexandru Odobescu, Nicolae Bălcescu (the commune center) and Gălăţui. As of 2007 the population of Alexandru Odobescu is 2,826.Show on map
Comuna IleanaIleana is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Arţari, Florica, Ileana, Podari, Răsurile, Răzoarele, Satu Nou, Ştefăneşti and Vlăiculeşti. As of 2002 the population of Ileana is 3,872.Show on map
Municipiul OlteniţaOltenia (Romanian pronunciation: [olˈteni.a], also called Lesser Wallachia in antiquated versions, with the alternate Latin names Wallachia Minor, Wallachia Alutana, Wallachia Caesarea between 1718 and 1739) is a historical province and geographical region of Romania in western Wallachia. It is situated between the Danube, the Southern Carpathians and the Olt river.Show on map
Comuna VasilaţiVasilaţi is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Nuci, Popeşti and Vasilaţi. Gălbinaşi village belonged to Vasilaţi until 2005, when it was split off to form Gălbinaşi Commune.Show on map
Comuna Dor MăruntDor Mărunt is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Dâlga, Dâlga-Gară, Dor Mărunt, Înfrăţirea, Ogoru and Pelinu. At the 2011 census, the population of Dor Mărunt was 6,349.Show on map
Comuna Vlad ŢepeşVlad Țepeș is a commune in Călărași County, Romania. As of 2002 Vlad Țepeș has a population of 2,559. It is named after Vlad Țepeș, and its other village, Mihai Viteazu, is named after Michael the Brave.Show on map
Comuna FrăsinetFrăsinet is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Curăteşti, Dăneşti, Frăsinet, Frăsinetu de Jos, Luptători and Tăriceni. As of 2007 the population of Frăsinet is 1,799.Show on map
Comuna Valea ArgoveiValea Argovei is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Lunca, Ostrovu, Siliştea, Valea Argovei and Vlădiceasca. As of 2007 Valea Argovei has a population of 2,529.Show on map
Comuna BelciugateleBelciugatele is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Belciugatele, Cândeasca, Cojeşti, Mataraua and Măriuţa. As of 2007 the population of Belciugatele is 1,878.Show on map
Comuna PlătăreştiPlătăreşti is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Cucuieţi, Dorobanţu, Plătăreşti and Podu Pitarului. As of 2007 Plătărești has a population of 3,666.Show on map
Comuna LupşanuLupșanu is a commune in Călărași County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Lupșanu, Nucetu, Plevna, Radu Vodă and Valea Rusului.Show on map
Comuna PerişoruPerișoru is a commune in Călărași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Mărculești-Gară, Perișoru and Tudor Vladimirescu. As of 2007 the population of Perișoru is 5,380.Show on map
Comuna IndependenţaIndependenţa is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Independenţa, Potcoava and Vişinii. As of 2007 the population of Independenţa is 3,552.Show on map
Comuna Cuza VodăCuza Vodă is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Cuza Vodă, Ceacu and Călăraşii Vechi. As of 2007 Cuza Vodă has a population of 4,100.Show on map
Comuna GrădişteaGrădiştea is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Bogata, Cuneşti, Grădiştea and Rasa. As of 2007 the population of Grădiştea is 4,731.Show on map
Comuna MânăstireaMânăstirea is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Coconi, Mânăstirea and Sultana. As of 2007 the population of Mânăstirea is 5,930.Show on map
Comuna DichiseniDichiseni is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania with 1863 inhabitants (2002 census). It is composed of four villages: Coslogeni, Dichiseni, Libertatea and Satnoeni.Show on map
Comuna DorobanţuDorobanţu is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Boşneagu, Dorobanţu and Vărăşti. As of 2007 the population of Dorobanţu is 3,015.Show on map
Comuna Tãmãdãu MareTămădău Mare is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Călăreţi, Dârvari, Plumbuita, Săcele, Şeinoiu, Tămădău Mare and Tămădău Mic.Show on map
Comuna SpanţovSpanțov is a commune in Călărași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Cetatea Veche, Spanțov and Stancea. As of 2007 Spanțov has a population of 4,610.Show on map
Comuna GurbăneştiGurbănești is a commune in Călărași County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Codreni, Coțofanca, Gurbănești, Preasna, Preasna Veche and Valea Presnei.Show on map
Comuna JegăliaJegălia is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Gâldău, Iezeru and Jegălia. As of 2007 Jegălia has a population of 4,607.Show on map
Comuna RadovanuRadovanu is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Radovanu and Valea Popii. As of 2007 the population of Radovanu is 4,695.Show on map
Comuna LuicaLuica is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Luica and Valea Stânii. As of 2007 the population of Luica is 2,118.Show on map
Comuna SohatuSohatu is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Sohatu and Progresu. As of 2002 the population of Sohatu is 3,478.Show on map
Comuna LehliuLehliu is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Lehliu and Săpunari. As of 2007 the population of Lehliu is 2,848.Show on map
Comuna FundeniFundeni is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Fundeni. As of 2007 the population of Fundeni is 4,881.Show on map
Comuna ŞoldanuȘoldanu is a commune in Călărași County, Romania, 44 km (27 mi) away from Bucharest. It is composed of two villages: Negoești and Șoldanu.Show on map
Comuna RoseţiRoseţi is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Roseţi. As of 2007 Roseţi has a population of 5,976.Show on map
Comuna NanaNana is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Nana. As of 2007 Nana has a population of 2,497.Show on map
Judeţul Călăraşi(This article is about Călărași County, Romania. For other uses, see Călărași (disambiguation).) Călărași (Romanian pronunciation: [kələˈraʃʲ] (13px listen)) is a county (județ) of Romania on the border with Bulgaria, in Muntenia, with the county seat at Călărași.Show on map
Comuna MitreniMitreni is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Clăteşti, Mitreni and Valea Roşie.Show on map
Comuna UlmuUlmu is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Chirnogi, Făurei, Ulmu and Zimbru.Show on map
Comuna Ştefan Cel MareŞtefan cel Mare is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Ştefan cel Mare.Show on map
Comuna VâlceleleVâlcelele is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Vâlcelele and Floroaica.Show on map
Comuna Ştefan VodăŞtefan Vodă is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Ştefan Vodă.Show on map
Comuna UnireaUnirea is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Unirea and Oltina. \n* World War I monument \n* School Street \n* BoatsShow on map
Comuna ChirnogiChirnogi is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Chirnogi.Show on map
Comuna UlmeniUlmeni is a commune in Călăraşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Ulmeni.Show on map