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Caraș-Severin ([ˈkaraʃ seveˈrin]) is a county (județ) of Romania on the border with Serbia. The majority of its territory lies within the historical region of Banat, with a few northeastern villages considered part of Transylvania. The county seat is Reșița. The Caraș-Severin county is part of the Danube-Kris-Mures-Tisza Euroregion.
Cities, towns & villages in Caras-Severin
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CoroniniCoronini (Romanian pronunciation: [koroˈnini]; until 1996 Pescari [pesˈkarʲ]; Hungarian: Lászlóvára or Koronini; occasionally referred to as Peskari in German) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania, with a population of 1,674. Part of the region of Banat, it includes Coronini and Sfânta Elena villages. Situated on the Danube and the border with Serbia, part of the mountainous area known as Clisura Dunării, Coronini holds several archeological sites, which trace its history back to the Bronze Age. The locality is also home to a medieval fortress built by rulers of the Hungarian Kingdom. A center for immigration from the Czech lands in the early 19th century, Sfânta Elena is among the traditional places founded by and associated with the Czech-Romanian community. Show Coroninion the map
CornerevaCornereva (Hungarian: Somosréve) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 3,403 inhabitants. It is composed of forty villages: Arsuri, Bogâltin (Bogoltény), Bojia, Borugi, Camena (Kamenavölgy), Cireșel, Costiș, Cozia, Cracu Mare, Cracu Teiului, Cornereva, Dobraia, Dolina, Gruni (Grúny), Hora Mare, Hora Mică, Ineleț (Inelec), Izvor, Lunca Florii, Lunca Zaicii, Mesteacăn, Negiudin, Obița, Pogara, Pogara de Sus, Poiana Lungă, Prisăcina, Prislop, Ruștin, Scărișoara, Strugasca, Studena, Sub Crâng, Sub Plai, Topla (Topla), Țațu, Zănogi, Zbegu, Zmogotin and Zoina. Show Cornerevaon the map
MehadiaMehadia (Hungarian: Mehádia; German: Mehadia; Turkish: Mehadiye) is a small market town and commune in Caraş-Severin County, Romania. It lies on the European route E70, in the Cerna River valley. The town is located on the site of the ancient Roman colony Ad Mediam and was noted for its Hercules baths. It had a population of 2,492 in 1900, and of 4,474 in 2002. The commune is prone to major recurring flooding. The 1838 floods destroyed some 2000 houses in the valley and the 1841 floods in Mehadia were also devastating. It experienced major flooding more recently in May 2005. Show Mehadiaon the map
Moldova NouăMoldova Nouă (Romanian pronunciation: [molˌdova ˈnowə]; Hungarian: Újmoldova; German: Neumoldowa; Czech: Nová Moldava or Bošňák; Serbian: Нова Молдава) is a town in southwestern Romania in Caraş-Severin County (the historical region of Banat), in an area known as Clisura Dunării. It is located on the shores of the river Danube. In 2002, Moldova Nouă had a population of 13,917. The town administers three villages: Măcești, Moldova Veche and Moldovița. Show Moldova Nouăon the map
CaransebeşCaransebeș (Romanian pronunciation: [karanˈsebeʃ] (13px listen); German: Karansebesch; Hungarian: Karánsebes, Hungarian pronunciation: Turkish: Karansebeş) is a city in Caraș-Severin County, part of the Banat region in southwestern Romania. It is located at the confluence of the River Timiș with the River Sebeș, the latter coming from the Țarcu Mountains. To the west, it is in direct contact with the Banat Hills. It is an important railroad node, being located approximately 40 km away from Reșița, 21 km from Oțelu Roșu, 70 km from Hațeg and about 25 km from the Muntele Mic ski resort, in the Țarcu Mountains. Show Caransebeşon the map
PojejenaPojejena (Romanian: Pojejena, pronounced [poʒeʒena]; Serbian: Пожежена or Požežena; Hungarian: Alsópozsgás) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, Romania. Тhe commune is located in the geographical area known as Clisura Dunării (Banatska Klisura in Serbian). In 2011, its population numbered 2,585 people, of whom the slight majority are ethnic Serbs. It is composed of five villages: Belobreșca Fejérdomb), Divici (Дивић; Divécs), Pojejena, Radimna (Радимна; Rádonya) and Șușca (Шушка; Sisak). Since 2012 the International Pojejena Music Festival takes place there. Show Pojejenaon the map
SocolSocol (Romanian: Socol, Serbian: Сокол/Sokol, or Hungarian: Nérasolymos) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, Romania (in the Clisura Dunării area of Banat). In 2011, the population of the commune numbered 1,873 people and its population was ethnically mixed. It is composed of five villages: Baziaș, Câmpia, Pârneaura, Socol and Zlatița. Sokol means \"hawk\" in Serbian. The commune is officially bilingual, with both Romanian and Serbian being used as working languages on public signage and in administration, education and justice. Show Socolon the map
IablaniţaIablanița (Hungarian: Bélajablánc) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2281 people. It is composed of three villages: Globu Craiovei (Globukrajova, formerly Kiskirálymező), Iablanița and Petnic (Petnek). Of the commune's inhabitants whose ethnicity was recorded at the 2011 census, 98.6% were Romanians and 1.3% Roma. 90% were Romanian Orthodox and 9.3% Baptist. Attractions include an 1836 wooden church in Globu Craiovei and the 1825 Iablanița church, both historic monuments; and a nature reserve. Show Iablaniţaon the map
OraviţaOravița (Romanian pronunciation: [oˈravit͡sa]; Hungarian: Oravicabánya; German: Orawitz; Czech: Oravice; Serbo-Croatian: is a town in southwestern Romania, in Caraș-Severin County, with a population of 15,524 in 2000. Its theater is a fully functional scaled down version of the old Burgtheater in Vienna. Six villages are administered by the town: Agadici (Agadics; Agaditsch), Brădișoru de Jos (Majdán), Broșteni (Brostyán), Ciclova Montană (Csiklóbánya; Montan-Tschiklowa), Marila (Marillavölgy; Marillathal) and Răchitova (Rakitova). Show Oraviţaon the map
Băile HerculaneBăile Herculane (Latin: Aqua Herculis; German: Herkulesbad; Hungarian: Herkulesfürdő; Czech: Herkulovy Lázně, Turkish: Lazarethane) is a town in Romanian Banat, in Caraş-Severin County, situated in the valley of the Cerna River, between the Mehedinţi Mountains to the east and the Cerna Mountains to the west, elevation 168 meters. Its current population is approximately 5,000. The town administers one village, Pecinișca (Hungarian: Pecsenyeska; from 1912 to 1918 Csernabesenyő). Show Băile Herculaneon the map
DalboșețDalboșeț (Hungarian: Dalbosec) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,919 people. It is composed of seven villages: Bârz, Boina, Boinița, Dalboșeț, Prislop, Reșița Mică (Kisresica) and Șopotu Vechi (Ósopot). Șopotu Vechi has a large number of old water mills built on the Șopotu Vechi river, a tributary of the Nera river. It was there that Iosif Traian Bădescu, a future bishop of Caransebeș, was born in 1858. Show Dalboșețon the map
RavenscaȘopotu Nou (Hungarian: Újsopot) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1456 people. It is composed of ten villages: Cârșa Roșie (Kersia Rosie), Driștie, Poienile Boinei, Ravensca (Czech: Rovensko; Hungarian: Ravenszka, from 1911 to 1918 Almásróna), Răchita (Rekettyő), Stăncilova Șopotu Nou, Urcu (Urku), Valea Răchitei (Rakittapuszta) and Valea Roșie (Rosievölgy). Show Ravenscaon the map
Şopotu NouȘopotu Nou (Hungarian: Újsopot) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1456 people. It is composed of ten villages: Cârșa Roșie (Kersia Rosie), Driștie, Poienile Boinei, Ravensca (Czech: Rovensko; Hungarian: Ravenszka, from 1911 to 1918 Almásróna), Răchita (Rekettyő), Stăncilova Șopotu Nou, Urcu (Urku), Valea Răchitei (Rakittapuszta) and Valea Roșie (Rosievölgy). Show Şopotu Nouon the map
SicheviţaSichevița (Hungarian: Szikesfalu) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2732 people. It is composed of nineteen villages: Brestelnic, Camenița, Cârșie, Cracu Almăj, Crușovița, Curmătura, Frăsiniș, Gornea (Felsőlupkó), Liborajdea, Lucacevăț, Martinovăț, Ogașu Podului, Sichevița, Streneac, Valea Orevița, Valea Ravensca (Ravenszkavölgy), Valea Sicheviței, Zănou and Zăsloane. Show Sicheviţaon the map
Eftimie MurguEftimie Murgu (called Rudăria until 1970, when it was renamed after the revolutionary born there; Hungarian: Ógerlistye) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania, with a population of 1,822 people. It is composed of a single village, Eftimie Murgu. Of the commune's inhabitants whose ethnicity was recorded at the 2011 census, 99.5% were Romanians. 85.6% were Romanian Orthodox and 14.2% Baptist. Show Eftimie Murguon the map
CaraşovaCarașova (Croatian: Karaševo; Hungarian: Krassóvár) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, Romania. It is known especially for its geographical placement and for the origin of its Croatian inhabitants, the Krashovani. The population of the commune numbered 3,260 people at the 2002 census. The commune is composed of three villages: Carașova, Iabalcea (Jabalče; Krassóalmás) and Nermed (Neremić; Nermed). Show Caraşovaon the map
BerzascaBerzasca is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, in the Banat region of western Romania with a population of 3,123 people. It is composed of five villages: Berzasca, Bigăr, Cozla, Drencova and Liubcova. At the 2002 census, 70.5% of the commune's inhabitants were Romanians, 14.2% Czechs, 10.8% Serbs and 3.5% Roma. 82.8% were Romanian Orthodox and 15.6% Roman Catholic. Show Berzascaon the map
BigărBerzasca is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, in the Banat region of western Romania with a population of 3,123 people. It is composed of five villages: Berzasca, Bigăr, Cozla, Drencova and Liubcova. At the 2002 census, 70.5% of the commune's inhabitants were Romanians, 14.2% Czechs, 10.8% Serbs and 3.5% Roma. 82.8% were Romanian Orthodox and 15.6% Roman Catholic. Show Bigăron the map
VărădiaVărădia (Hungarian: Varadia) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, in the west of Romania. It is composed of two villages, Mercina (Mercsény) and Vărădia. It is located near the border with Serbia, on the Caraș River. In Vărădia village there is a Romanian Orthodox church, a Romanian Greek-Catholic church, a Baptist church and an old Orthodox church which has become an monastery. Show Vărădiaon the map
Brebu NouBrebu Nou (German: Weidenthal; Hungarian: Temesfő) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania, with a population of 86 people. It is composed of two villages, Brebu Nou and Gărâna (Wolfsberg; Szörényordas; until 1924, Volfsberg in Romanian). At the 2011 census, 65.1% of inhabitants were Romanians, 30.2% Germans and 4.7% Hungarians. Show Brebu Nouon the map
Oţelu RoşuOțelu Roșu (Romanian pronunciation: [oˌt͡selu ˈroʃu]; formerly Ferdinand; Hungarian: Nándorhegy; German: Ferdinandsberg) is a town in southwestern Caraș-Severin County, Romania, in the Bistra Valley. It is situated on the national road 68, between Caransebeş (21 km away) and Haţeg. The town administers two villages, Cireșa (Bisztracseres) and Mal (Mál). It is situated in the historical region of Banat. Show Oţelu Roşuon the map
Rusca MontanăRusca Montană (Hungarian: Ruszkabánya; German: Rußberg or Ruskberg) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2,095 people. It is composed of two villages, Rusca Montană and Rușchița (Ruszkica or Ruszkicatelep). It is situated in the historical region of Banat. Rusca Montană is known for the marble deposits nearby, which include Rușchița marble. Show Rusca Montanăon the map
BăuţarBăuțar (Hungarian: Alsóbaucár) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2.813 people. It is composed of four villages: Băuțar, Bucova (Bukova), Cornișoru (Strimba) and Preveciori. It is the only commune in the county located in the historical region of Transylvania; the rest is in the Banat. Show Băuţaron the map
Constantin DaicoviciuConstantin Daicoviciu (until 1973 Căvăran; Hungarian: Kavarán) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2,946 people. It is composed of six villages: Constantin Daicoviciu, Maciova (Mácsova), Mâtnicu Mare (Nagymutnok), Peștere (Krassóbarlang), Prisaca (Gyepesfalu) and Zăgujeni (Zaguzsén). It is situated in the historical region of Banat. Show Constantin Daicoviciuon the map
PăltinişPăltiniș is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2353 people. It is composed of five villages: Cornuțel, Delinești, Ohabița, Păltiniș and Rugi. It is located in the historical region of Banat. The earliest surviving mention of Păltiniș is in a document of 1585. The Roman fort of Caput Bubali is located in present-day Delinești village. Show Păltinişon the map
BuchinBuchin (Hungarian: Bökény) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2,147 people. It is composed of five villages: Buchin, Lindenfeld (Karánberek; German: Lindenfeld), Poiana (Sebesmező), Prisian (Perestyén) and Valea Timișului (Körpa). It is situated in the historical region of Banat. Lindenfeld village has been depopulated since 1998. Show Buchinon the map
BerzoviaBerzovia (Hungarian: Zsidovin) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 4,165 people. It is composed of three villages: Berzovia, Fizeș (Krassófűzes) and Gherteniș (Gertenyes). It is mentioned on the Tabula Peutingeriana as Berzobia. The Roman fort of Bersobis is located in Berzovia. Show Berzoviaon the map
MăureniMăureni (also Morițfeld; German: Moritzfeld; Hungarian: Móricföld) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2,579 people. It is composed of two villages, Măureni and Șoșdea (Sósd). At the 2011 census, 97.3% of inhabitants were Romanians, 1.3% Hungarians and 1% Germans. Show Măurenion the map
ZăvoiZăvoi (Hungarian: Závoly) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 4,343 people. It is composed of seven villages: 23 August, Măgura (Korcsoma), Măru (Almafa), Poiana Mărului (Almafatelep), Valea Bistrei Voislova (Szörénybalázsd) and Zăvoi. It is situated in the historical region of Banat. Show Zăvoion the map
BozoviciBozovici (Hungarian: Bozovics; German: Bosowitsch; Czech: Božoviče) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 3,321 people. It is composed of four villages: Bozovici, Poneasca (Ponyászkatelep), Prilipeț (Prilipec) and Valea Minișului (Ménesvölgy). Show Bozovicion the map
FârliugFârliug (Hungarian: Furlug) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2.254 people. It is composed of six villages: Dezești (Dezesd), Duleu (Dulló), Fârliug, Remetea-Pogănici (Pogányosremete), Scăiuș (Bojtorjános) and Valea Mare (Pogányosvölgy). It is situated in the historical region of Banat. Show Fârliugon the map
GrădinariGrădinari (Hungarian: Kákófalva) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2,199 people. It is composed of two villages, Grădinari and Greoni (Gerőc). Grădinari is a Slavic-origin word meaning \"gardeners\" in Romanian and some Slavic languages. Show Grădinarion the map
Sasca MontanăSasca Montană (Hungarian: Szászkabánya) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1887 people. It is composed of five villages: Bogodinț (Bogorfalva), Potoc (Potok), Sasca Montană, Sasca Română (Szászka) and Slatina-Nera (Néraszlatina). Show Sasca Montanăon the map
Turnu RuieniTurnu Ruieni (Hungarian: Sebesrom) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 3663 people. It is composed of six villages: Borlova (Borló), Cicleni (Csiklény), Dalci (Dálcs), Turnu Ruieni, Zervești (Szervesd) and Zlagna (Szalakna). Turnu Ruieni is situated in the historical region of Banat. Show Turnu Ruienion the map
ReşiţaReșița (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈreʃit͡sa]; Croatian: Ričica; Czech: Rešice; German: Reschitz; Hungarian: Resicabánya; Serbian: Turkish: Reşçe) is a city in western Romania and the capital of Caraș-Severin County, in the Banat region. Its 2004 population was 83,985. Show Reşiţaon the map
CopăceleCopăcele is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,087 people. It is composed of four villages: Copăcele, Ohaba-Mâtnic, Ruginosu and Zorile. At the 2011 census, 61.1% of inhabitants were Ukrainians and 38.4% Romanians. Copăcele is situated in the historical region of Banat. Show Copăceleon the map
Ticvaniu MareTicvaniu Mare (Hungarian: Nagytikvány) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1951 people. It is composed of four villages: Cârnecea (Kernyécsa), Secășeni (Krassószékás), Ticvaniu Mare and Ticvaniu Mic (Kistikvány). Show Ticvaniu Mareon the map
AninaAnina (Romanian pronunciation: [aˈnina] (13px listen); German: Steierdorf; Hungarian: Stájerlakanina) is a town in southwestern Romania, in Caraş-Severin County, with a population of 10,886 in 2000. The town administers one village, Steierdorf (German: Steierdorf, Hungarian: Stájerlak). Show Aninaon the map
Slatina-TimişSlatina-Timiș (Hungarian: Temesszlatina) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 3159 people. It is composed of four villages: Ilova (Illópatak), Sadova Nouă (Újszadova), Sadova Veche (Ószadova) and Slatina-Timiș. Show Slatina-Timişon the map
BerlişteBerliște (Hungarian: Berlistye) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,358 people. It is composed of five villages: Berliște, Iam (Jám), Milcoveni (Mirkóc), Rusova Nouă (Újruszolc) and Rusova Veche (Óruszolc). Show Berlişteon the map
GârnicGârnic (Hungarian: Weitzenried, from 1911 to 1918 Szörénybúzás; Czech: Gerník) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,533 people. It is composed of two villages, Gârnic and Padina Matei (Mátévölgye). Show Gârnicon the map
ForoticForotic (Hungarian: Forotik) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,917 people. It is composed of four villages: Brezon (Bársonyfalva), Comorâște (Komornok), Forotic and Surducu Mare (Nagyszurduk). Show Foroticon the map
CiuchiciCiuchici (Hungarian: Tyukó) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,257 people. It is composed of four villages: Ciuchici, Macoviște (Mákosfalva), Nicolinț (Miklósháza) and Petrilova (Petrilova). Show Ciuchicion the map
BucoşniţaBucoșnița (Hungarian: Bokos) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 3,125 people. It is composed of four villages: Bucoșnița, Goleț (Galacs), Petroșnița (Petresfalva) and Vălișoara (Temesvölgye). It is situated in the historical region of Banat. Show Bucoşniţaon the map
CorneaCornea (Hungarian: Somfa) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2,178 people. It is composed of four villages: Cornea, Crușovăț (Körtvélypatak), Cuptoare (Kuptorja) and Macoviște (Mákosfalva). Show Corneaon the map
DoclinDoclin (Hungarian: Doklény) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2.047 people. It is composed of three villages: Biniș (Bényes), Doclin and Tirol (Királykegye; German: Königsgnad). Show Doclinon the map
GoruiaGoruia (Hungarian: Gorony) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 951 people. It is composed of three villages: Gârliște (Gerlistye), Giurgiova (Karasszentgyörgy) and Goruia. Show Goruiaon the map
LăpuşnicelLăpușnicel (Hungarian: Kislaposnok) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,320 people. It is composed of three villages, Lăpușnicel, Pârvova (Porhó) and Șumița (Cseherdős). Show Lăpuşnicelon the map
Zorlenţu MareZorlențu Mare (Hungarian: Alsózorlenc) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania, with a population of 1,147 people. It is composed of two villages, Zorlencior (Felsőzorlenc) and Zorlențu Mare. Show Zorlenţu Mareon the map
SacuSacu (Hungarian: Szákul) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1681 people. It is composed of three villages: Sacu, Sălbăgelu Nou (Gyulatelep) and Tincova (Tinkova). Show Sacuon the map
MehadicaMehadica (Hungarian: Mehadika) is a commune along Mehadica river in Caraş-Severin County, Banat region, in western Romania. It is composed of a single village, Mehadica, with a population of 922 people. Show Mehadicaon the map
Lăpuşnicu MareLăpușnicu Mare (Hungarian: Nagylaposnok) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,986 people. It is composed of two villages, Lăpușnicu Mare and Moceriș (Mocsáros). Show Lăpuşnicu Mareon the map
VermeşVermeș (Hungarian: Krassóvermes) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,770 people. It is composed of three villages: Ersig (Érszeg), Izgar (Izgár) and Vermeș. Show Vermeşon the map
RamnaRamna (Hungarian: Rafna) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1782 people. It is composed of three villages: Bărbosu (Barbos), Ramna, and Valeapai (Valéapáj). Show Ramnaon the map
BrebuBrebu (Hungarian: Perlő) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,340 people. It is composed of three villages: Apadia (Apádia), Brebu and Valeadeni (Váldény). Show Brebuon the map
VraniVrani (Hungarian: Alsóvarány) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1258 people. It is composed of three villages: Ciortea (Csorda), Iertof (Hévér) and Vrani. Show Vranion the map
CărbunariCărbunari (Hungarian: Szenesfalu) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania, with a population of 1,282 people. It is composed of two villages, Cărbunari and Știnăpari (Máriahavas). Show Cărbunarion the map
DomaşneaDomașnea (Hungarian: Domásnya) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,371 people. It is composed of two villages, Cănicea (Szörénykanizsa) and Domașnea. Show Domaşneaon the map
BolvașnițaBolvașnița (Hungarian: Bolvás) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania, with a population of 1,573 people. It is composed of two villages, Bolvașnița and Vârciorova (Varcsaró). It is situated in the historical region of Banat. Show Bolvașnițaon the map
ObrejaObreja (Hungarian: Obrézsa) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 3249. It is composed of four villages: Ciuta (Csuta), Iaz (Jász), Obreja and Var (Vár). It is situated in the historical region of Banat. Show Obrejaon the map
LuncaviţaLuncavița (Hungarian: Nagylankás) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2,944 people. It is composed of two villages, Luncavița and Verendin (Verend). Show Luncaviţaon the map
CiudanoviţaCiudanovița (Hungarian: Csudafalva) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 622 people. It is composed of two villages, Ciudanovița and Jitin (Dicsény). Show Ciudanoviţaon the map
NaidășNaidăș (Hungarian: Néranádas) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1314 people. It is composed of two villages, Lescovița (Néramogyorós) and Naidăș. Show Naidășon the map
RăcăşdiaRăcășdia (Hungarian: Rakasdia) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2180 people. It is composed of two villages, Răcășdia and Vrăniuț (Felsővarány). Show Răcăşdiaon the map
Ocna de FierOcna de Fier (Hungarian: Vaskő, German: Eisenstein) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, in the Banat region of southwestern Romania. It is composed of a single village, Ocna de Fier. Show Ocna de Fieron the map
VăliugVăliug (German: Franzdorf; Hungarian: Ferencfalva) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania, with a population of 930 people. It is composed of a single village, Văliug. Show Văliugon the map
DogneceaDognecea (Hungarian: Dognácska) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2,044 people. It is composed of two villages, Calina (Kalina) and Dognecea. Show Dogneceaon the map
MargaMarga (Hungarian: Márga) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1.300 people. It is composed of two villages, Marga and Vama Marga (Vámosmárga). It is situated in the historical region of Banat. Show Margaon the map
TeregovaTeregova (Hungarian: Teregova) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 4388 people. It is composed of two villages, Rusca (Ruszka) and Teregova. It is situated in the historical region of Banat. Show Teregovaon the map
EzerişEzeriș (Hungarian: Ezeres) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,410 people. It is composed of two villages, Ezeriș and Soceni (Szocsán). Show Ezerişon the map
BăniaBănia (Hungarian: Bánya) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania, with a population of 2,014 people. It is composed of two villages, Bănia and Gârbovăț (Gerbóc). Show Băniaon the map
BocşaBocșa (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈbokʃa] (13px listen); Hungarian: Boksánbánya; German: Deutsch-Bokschan, Neuwerk) is a town in Caraș-Severin County, in southwestern Romania, with a population of 15,842 in 2011. Show Bocşaon the map
TopleţTopleț (Hungarian: Toplec) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2923 people. It is composed of two villages, Bârza (Börza) and Topleț. Show Topleţon the map
GlimbocaGlimboca (Hungarian: Novákfalva) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania, with a population of 1,930 people. It is composed of a single village, Glimboca. Show Glimbocaon the map
ArmenişArmeniș (Hungarian: Örményes) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2,718 people. It is composed of five villages: Armeniș, Feneș (Fényes), Plopu, Sat Bătrân (Ófalu) and Sub Margine. Show Armenişon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Caras-Severin
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Comuna CornerevaCornereva (Hungarian: Somosréve) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 3,403 inhabitants. It is composed of forty villages: Arsuri, Bogâltin (Bogoltény), Bojia, Borugi, Camena (Kamenavölgy), Cireșel, Costiș, Cozia, Cracu Mare, Cracu Teiului, Cornereva, Dobraia, Dolina, Gruni (Grúny), Hora Mare, Hora Mică, Ineleț (Inelec), Izvor, Lunca Florii, Lunca Zaicii, Mesteacăn, Negiudin, Obița, Pogara, Pogara de Sus, Poiana Lungă, Prisăcina, Prislop, Ruștin, Scărișoara, Strugasca, Studena, Sub Crâng, Sub Plai, Topla (Topla), Țațu, Zănogi, Zbegu, Zmogotin and Zoina.Show on map
Comuna MehadiaMehadia (Hungarian: Mehádia; German: Mehadia; Turkish: Mehadiye) is a small market town and commune in Caraş-Severin County, Romania. It lies on the European route E70, in the Cerna River valley. The town is located on the site of the ancient Roman colony Ad Mediam and was noted for its Hercules baths. It had a population of 2,492 in 1900, and of 4,474 in 2002. The commune is prone to major recurring flooding. The 1838 floods destroyed some 2000 houses in the valley and the 1841 floods in Mehadia were also devastating. It experienced major flooding more recently in May 2005.Show on map
Oraş Moldova NouãMoldova Nouă (Romanian pronunciation: [molˌdova ˈnowə]; Hungarian: Újmoldova; German: Neumoldowa; Czech: Nová Moldava or Bošňák; Serbian: Нова Молдава) is a town in southwestern Romania in Caraş-Severin County (the historical region of Banat), in an area known as Clisura Dunării. It is located on the shores of the river Danube. In 2002, Moldova Nouă had a population of 13,917. The town administers three villages: Măcești, Moldova Veche and Moldovița.Show on map
Municipiul CaransebeşCaransebeș (Romanian pronunciation: [karanˈsebeʃ] (13px listen); German: Karansebesch; Hungarian: Karánsebes, Hungarian pronunciation: Turkish: Karansebeş) is a city in Caraș-Severin County, part of the Banat region in southwestern Romania. It is located at the confluence of the River Timiș with the River Sebeș, the latter coming from the Țarcu Mountains. To the west, it is in direct contact with the Banat Hills. It is an important railroad node, being located approximately 40 km away from Reșița, 21 km from Oțelu Roșu, 70 km from Hațeg and about 25 km from the Muntele Mic ski resort, in the Țarcu Mountains.Show on map
Comuna PojejenaPojejena (Romanian: Pojejena, pronounced [poʒeʒena]; Serbian: Пожежена or Požežena; Hungarian: Alsópozsgás) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, Romania. Тhe commune is located in the geographical area known as Clisura Dunării (Banatska Klisura in Serbian). In 2011, its population numbered 2,585 people, of whom the slight majority are ethnic Serbs. It is composed of five villages: Belobreșca Fejérdomb), Divici (Дивић; Divécs), Pojejena, Radimna (Радимна; Rádonya) and Șușca (Шушка; Sisak). Since 2012 the International Pojejena Music Festival takes place there.Show on map
Comuna SocolSocol (Romanian: Socol, Serbian: Сокол/Sokol, or Hungarian: Nérasolymos) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, Romania (in the Clisura Dunării area of Banat). In 2011, the population of the commune numbered 1,873 people and its population was ethnically mixed. It is composed of five villages: Baziaș, Câmpia, Pârneaura, Socol and Zlatița. Sokol means \"hawk\" in Serbian. The commune is officially bilingual, with both Romanian and Serbian being used as working languages on public signage and in administration, education and justice.Show on map
Comuna IablaniţaIablanița (Hungarian: Bélajablánc) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2281 people. It is composed of three villages: Globu Craiovei (Globukrajova, formerly Kiskirálymező), Iablanița and Petnic (Petnek). Of the commune's inhabitants whose ethnicity was recorded at the 2011 census, 98.6% were Romanians and 1.3% Roma. 90% were Romanian Orthodox and 9.3% Baptist. Attractions include an 1836 wooden church in Globu Craiovei and the 1825 Iablanița church, both historic monuments; and a nature reserve.Show on map
Oraş OraviţaOravița (Romanian pronunciation: [oˈravit͡sa]; Hungarian: Oravicabánya; German: Orawitz; Czech: Oravice; Serbo-Croatian: is a town in southwestern Romania, in Caraș-Severin County, with a population of 15,524 in 2000. Its theater is a fully functional scaled down version of the old Burgtheater in Vienna. Six villages are administered by the town: Agadici (Agadics; Agaditsch), Brădișoru de Jos (Majdán), Broșteni (Brostyán), Ciclova Montană (Csiklóbánya; Montan-Tschiklowa), Marila (Marillavölgy; Marillathal) and Răchitova (Rakitova).Show on map
Oraş Bãile HerculaneBăile Herculane (Latin: Aqua Herculis; German: Herkulesbad; Hungarian: Herkulesfürdő; Czech: Herkulovy Lázně, Turkish: Lazarethane) is a town in Romanian Banat, in Caraş-Severin County, situated in the valley of the Cerna River, between the Mehedinţi Mountains to the east and the Cerna Mountains to the west, elevation 168 meters. Its current population is approximately 5,000. The town administers one village, Pecinișca (Hungarian: Pecsenyeska; from 1912 to 1918 Csernabesenyő).Show on map
Comuna DalboşeţDalboșeț (Hungarian: Dalbosec) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,919 people. It is composed of seven villages: Bârz, Boina, Boinița, Dalboșeț, Prislop, Reșița Mică (Kisresica) and Șopotu Vechi (Ósopot). Șopotu Vechi has a large number of old water mills built on the Șopotu Vechi river, a tributary of the Nera river. It was there that Iosif Traian Bădescu, a future bishop of Caransebeș, was born in 1858.Show on map
Comuna Şopotu NouȘopotu Nou (Hungarian: Újsopot) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1456 people. It is composed of ten villages: Cârșa Roșie (Kersia Rosie), Driștie, Poienile Boinei, Ravensca (Czech: Rovensko; Hungarian: Ravenszka, from 1911 to 1918 Almásróna), Răchita (Rekettyő), Stăncilova Șopotu Nou, Urcu (Urku), Valea Răchitei (Rakittapuszta) and Valea Roșie (Rosievölgy).Show on map
Comuna SicheviţaSichevița (Hungarian: Szikesfalu) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2732 people. It is composed of nineteen villages: Brestelnic, Camenița, Cârșie, Cracu Almăj, Crușovița, Curmătura, Frăsiniș, Gornea (Felsőlupkó), Liborajdea, Lucacevăț, Martinovăț, Ogașu Podului, Sichevița, Streneac, Valea Orevița, Valea Ravensca (Ravenszkavölgy), Valea Sicheviței, Zănou and Zăsloane.Show on map
Comuna Eftimie MurguEftimie Murgu (called Rudăria until 1970, when it was renamed after the revolutionary born there; Hungarian: Ógerlistye) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania, with a population of 1,822 people. It is composed of a single village, Eftimie Murgu. Of the commune's inhabitants whose ethnicity was recorded at the 2011 census, 99.5% were Romanians. 85.6% were Romanian Orthodox and 14.2% Baptist.Show on map
Comuna CaraşovaCarașova (Croatian: Karaševo; Hungarian: Krassóvár) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, Romania. It is known especially for its geographical placement and for the origin of its Croatian inhabitants, the Krashovani. The population of the commune numbered 3,260 people at the 2002 census. The commune is composed of three villages: Carașova, Iabalcea (Jabalče; Krassóalmás) and Nermed (Neremić; Nermed).Show on map
Comuna BerzascaBerzasca is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, in the Banat region of western Romania with a population of 3,123 people. It is composed of five villages: Berzasca, Bigăr, Cozla, Drencova and Liubcova. At the 2002 census, 70.5% of the commune's inhabitants were Romanians, 14.2% Czechs, 10.8% Serbs and 3.5% Roma. 82.8% were Romanian Orthodox and 15.6% Roman Catholic.Show on map
Comuna VărădiaVărădia (Hungarian: Varadia) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, in the west of Romania. It is composed of two villages, Mercina (Mercsény) and Vărădia. It is located near the border with Serbia, on the Caraș River. In Vărădia village there is a Romanian Orthodox church, a Romanian Greek-Catholic church, a Baptist church and an old Orthodox church which has become an monastery.Show on map
Comuna Brebu NouBrebu Nou (German: Weidenthal; Hungarian: Temesfő) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania, with a population of 86 people. It is composed of two villages, Brebu Nou and Gărâna (Wolfsberg; Szörényordas; until 1924, Volfsberg in Romanian). At the 2011 census, 65.1% of inhabitants were Romanians, 30.2% Germans and 4.7% Hungarians.Show on map
Judeţul Caraş-SeverinCaraș-Severin (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈkaraʃ seveˈrin] (13px listen)) is a county (județ) of Romania on the border with Serbia. The majority of its territory lies within the historical region of Banat, with a few northeastern villages considered part of Transylvania. The county seat is Reșița. The Caraș-Severin county is part of the Euroregion.Show on map
Oraş Oţelu RoşuOțelu Roșu (Romanian pronunciation: [oˌt͡selu ˈroʃu]; formerly Ferdinand; Hungarian: Nándorhegy; German: Ferdinandsberg) is a town in southwestern Caraș-Severin County, Romania, in the Bistra Valley. It is situated on the national road 68, between Caransebeş (21 km away) and Haţeg. The town administers two villages, Cireșa (Bisztracseres) and Mal (Mál). It is situated in the historical region of Banat.Show on map
Comuna LupacLupac (Romanian: Lupac; Croatian: Lupak; Hungarian: Kiskrassó) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, Romania. In 2002, its population numbered 3,023 people and was mostly made up of Krashovani Croats. It is composed of four villages: Clocotici (Klokotič; Krassócsörgő), Lupac, Rafnic (Ravnik; Kengyeltó) and Vodnic (Vodnik; Vizes).Show on map
Comuna Rusca MontanăRusca Montană (Hungarian: Ruszkabánya; German: Rußberg or Ruskberg) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2,095 people. It is composed of two villages, Rusca Montană and Rușchița (Ruszkica or Ruszkicatelep). It is situated in the historical region of Banat. Rusca Montană is known for the marble deposits nearby, which include Rușchița marble.Show on map
Comuna BăuţarBăuțar (Hungarian: Alsóbaucár) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2.813 people. It is composed of four villages: Băuțar, Bucova (Bukova), Cornișoru (Strimba) and Preveciori. It is the only commune in the county located in the historical region of Transylvania; the rest is in the Banat.Show on map
Comuna Constantin DaicoviciuConstantin Daicoviciu (until 1973 Căvăran; Hungarian: Kavarán) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2,946 people. It is composed of six villages: Constantin Daicoviciu, Maciova (Mácsova), Mâtnicu Mare (Nagymutnok), Peștere (Krassóbarlang), Prisaca (Gyepesfalu) and Zăgujeni (Zaguzsén). It is situated in the historical region of Banat.Show on map
Comuna PãltinişPăltiniș is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2353 people. It is composed of five villages: Cornuțel, Delinești, Ohabița, Păltiniș and Rugi. It is located in the historical region of Banat. The earliest surviving mention of Păltiniș is in a document of 1585. The Roman fort of Caput Bubali is located in present-day Delinești village.Show on map
Comuna BuchinBuchin (Hungarian: Bökény) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2,147 people. It is composed of five villages: Buchin, Lindenfeld (Karánberek; German: Lindenfeld), Poiana (Sebesmező), Prisian (Perestyén) and Valea Timișului (Körpa). It is situated in the historical region of Banat. Lindenfeld village has been depopulated since 1998.Show on map
Comuna BerzoviaBerzovia (Hungarian: Zsidovin) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 4,165 people. It is composed of three villages: Berzovia, Fizeș (Krassófűzes) and Gherteniș (Gertenyes). It is mentioned on the Tabula Peutingeriana as Berzobia. The Roman fort of Bersobis is located in Berzovia.Show on map
Comuna MăureniMăureni (also Morițfeld; German: Moritzfeld; Hungarian: Móricföld) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2,579 people. It is composed of two villages, Măureni and Șoșdea (Sósd). At the 2011 census, 97.3% of inhabitants were Romanians, 1.3% Hungarians and 1% Germans.Show on map
Comuna ZăvoiZăvoi (Hungarian: Závoly) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 4,343 people. It is composed of seven villages: 23 August, Măgura (Korcsoma), Măru (Almafa), Poiana Mărului (Almafatelep), Valea Bistrei Voislova (Szörénybalázsd) and Zăvoi. It is situated in the historical region of Banat.Show on map
Comuna BozoviciBozovici (Hungarian: Bozovics; German: Bosowitsch; Czech: Božoviče) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 3,321 people. It is composed of four villages: Bozovici, Poneasca (Ponyászkatelep), Prilipeț (Prilipec) and Valea Minișului (Ménesvölgy).Show on map
Comuna FârliugFârliug (Hungarian: Furlug) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2.254 people. It is composed of six villages: Dezești (Dezesd), Duleu (Dulló), Fârliug, Remetea-Pogănici (Pogányosremete), Scăiuș (Bojtorjános) and Valea Mare (Pogányosvölgy). It is situated in the historical region of Banat.Show on map
Comuna GrădinariGrădinari (Hungarian: Kákófalva) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2,199 people. It is composed of two villages, Grădinari and Greoni (Gerőc). Grădinari is a Slavic-origin word meaning \"gardeners\" in Romanian and some Slavic languages.Show on map
Comuna Sasca MontanăSasca Montană (Hungarian: Szászkabánya) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1887 people. It is composed of five villages: Bogodinț (Bogorfalva), Potoc (Potok), Sasca Montană, Sasca Română (Szászka) and Slatina-Nera (Néraszlatina).Show on map
Comuna Turnu RueniTurnu Ruieni (Hungarian: Sebesrom) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 3663 people. It is composed of six villages: Borlova (Borló), Cicleni (Csiklény), Dalci (Dálcs), Turnu Ruieni, Zervești (Szervesd) and Zlagna (Szalakna). Turnu Ruieni is situated in the historical region of Banat.Show on map
Comuna CopăceleCopăcele is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,087 people. It is composed of four villages: Copăcele, Ohaba-Mâtnic, Ruginosu and Zorile. At the 2011 census, 61.1% of inhabitants were Ukrainians and 38.4% Romanians. Copăcele is situated in the historical region of Banat.Show on map
Comuna Ticvaniu MareTicvaniu Mare (Hungarian: Nagytikvány) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1951 people. It is composed of four villages: Cârnecea (Kernyécsa), Secășeni (Krassószékás), Ticvaniu Mare and Ticvaniu Mic (Kistikvány).Show on map
Oraş AninaAnina (Romanian pronunciation: [aˈnina] (13px listen); German: Steierdorf; Hungarian: Stájerlakanina) is a town in southwestern Romania, in Caraş-Severin County, with a population of 10,886 in 2000. The town administers one village, Steierdorf (German: Steierdorf, Hungarian: Stájerlak).Show on map
Comuna Slatina-TimişSlatina-Timiș (Hungarian: Temesszlatina) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 3159 people. It is composed of four villages: Ilova (Illópatak), Sadova Nouă (Újszadova), Sadova Veche (Ószadova) and Slatina-Timiș.Show on map
Comuna BerlişteBerliște (Hungarian: Berlistye) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,358 people. It is composed of five villages: Berliște, Iam (Jám), Milcoveni (Mirkóc), Rusova Nouă (Újruszolc) and Rusova Veche (Óruszolc).Show on map
Comuna PrigorPrigor (Hungarian: Prigor) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2,978 people. It is composed of five villages: Borlovenii Noi (Újborlovény), Borlovenii Vechi (Óborlovény), Pătaș (Nérapatas), Prigor and Putna.Show on map
Comuna GârnicGârnic (Hungarian: Weitzenried, from 1911 to 1918 Szörénybúzás; Czech: Gerník) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,533 people. It is composed of two villages, Gârnic and Padina Matei (Mátévölgye).Show on map
Comuna ForoticForotic (Hungarian: Forotik) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,917 people. It is composed of four villages: Brezon (Bársonyfalva), Comorâște (Komornok), Forotic and Surducu Mare (Nagyszurduk).Show on map
Comuna CiuchiciCiuchici (Hungarian: Tyukó) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,257 people. It is composed of four villages: Ciuchici, Macoviște (Mákosfalva), Nicolinț (Miklósháza) and Petrilova (Petrilova).Show on map
Comuna BucoşniţaBucoșnița (Hungarian: Bokos) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 3,125 people. It is composed of four villages: Bucoșnița, Goleț (Galacs), Petroșnița (Petresfalva) and Vălișoara (Temesvölgye). It is situated in the historical region of Banat.Show on map
Comuna CorneaCornea (Hungarian: Somfa) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2,178 people. It is composed of four villages: Cornea, Crușovăț (Körtvélypatak), Cuptoare (Kuptorja) and Macoviște (Mákosfalva).Show on map
Comuna DoclinDoclin (Hungarian: Doklény) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2.047 people. It is composed of three villages: Biniș (Bényes), Doclin and Tirol (Királykegye; German: Königsgnad).Show on map
Comuna Ciclova RomânăCiclova Română (Hungarian: Csiklófalu) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,814 people. It is composed of three villages: Ciclova Română, Ilidia (Illyéd) and Socolari (Szakalár).Show on map
Comuna LăpuşnicelLăpușnicel (Hungarian: Kislaposnok) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,320 people. It is composed of three villages, Lăpușnicel, Pârvova (Porhó) and Șumița (Cseherdős).Show on map
Comuna GoruiaGoruia (Hungarian: Gorony) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 951 people. It is composed of three villages: Gârliște (Gerlistye), Giurgiova (Karasszentgyörgy) and Goruia.Show on map
Comuna Zorlenţu MareZorlențu Mare (Hungarian: Alsózorlenc) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania, with a population of 1,147 people. It is composed of two villages, Zorlencior (Felsőzorlenc) and Zorlențu Mare.Show on map
Comuna SacuSacu (Hungarian: Szákul) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1681 people. It is composed of three villages: Sacu, Sălbăgelu Nou (Gyulatelep) and Tincova (Tinkova).Show on map
Comuna MehadicaMehadica (Hungarian: Mehadika) is a commune along Mehadica river in Caraş-Severin County, Banat region, in western Romania. It is composed of a single village, Mehadica, with a population of 922 people.Show on map
Comuna Lăpuşnicu MareLăpușnicu Mare (Hungarian: Nagylaposnok) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,986 people. It is composed of two villages, Lăpușnicu Mare and Moceriș (Mocsáros).Show on map
Comuna VermeşVermeș (Hungarian: Krassóvermes) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,770 people. It is composed of three villages: Ersig (Érszeg), Izgar (Izgár) and Vermeș.Show on map
Comuna RamnaRamna (Hungarian: Rafna) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1782 people. It is composed of three villages: Bărbosu (Barbos), Ramna, and Valeapai (Valéapáj).Show on map
Comuna VraniVrani (Hungarian: Alsóvarány) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1258 people. It is composed of three villages: Ciortea (Csorda), Iertof (Hévér) and Vrani.Show on map
Comuna BrebuBrebu (Hungarian: Perlő) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,340 people. It is composed of three villages: Apadia (Apádia), Brebu and Valeadeni (Váldény).Show on map
Comuna CărbunariCărbunari (Hungarian: Szenesfalu) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania, with a population of 1,282 people. It is composed of two villages, Cărbunari and Știnăpari (Máriahavas).Show on map
Comuna BolvaşniţaBolvașnița (Hungarian: Bolvás) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania, with a population of 1,573 people. It is composed of two villages, Bolvașnița and Vârciorova (Varcsaró). It is situated in the historical region of Banat.Show on map
Comuna ObrejaObreja (Hungarian: Obrézsa) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 3249. It is composed of four villages: Ciuta (Csuta), Iaz (Jász), Obreja and Var (Vár). It is situated in the historical region of Banat.Show on map
Comuna DomaşneaDomașnea (Hungarian: Domásnya) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,371 people. It is composed of two villages, Cănicea (Szörénykanizsa) and Domașnea.Show on map
Comuna CiudanoviţaCiudanovița (Hungarian: Csudafalva) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 622 people. It is composed of two villages, Ciudanovița and Jitin (Dicsény).Show on map
Comuna LuncaviţaLuncavița (Hungarian: Nagylankás) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2,944 people. It is composed of two villages, Luncavița and Verendin (Verend).Show on map
Comuna RăcăşdiaRăcășdia (Hungarian: Rakasdia) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2180 people. It is composed of two villages, Răcășdia and Vrăniuț (Felsővarány).Show on map
Comuna NaidaşNaidăș (Hungarian: Néranádas) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1314 people. It is composed of two villages, Lescovița (Néramogyorós) and Naidăș.Show on map
Comuna Ocna De FierOcna de Fier (Hungarian: Vaskő, German: Eisenstein) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, in the Banat region of southwestern Romania. It is composed of a single village, Ocna de Fier.Show on map
Comuna VăliugVăliug (German: Franzdorf; Hungarian: Ferencfalva) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania, with a population of 930 people. It is composed of a single village, Văliug.Show on map
Comuna DogneceaDognecea (Hungarian: Dognácska) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2,044 people. It is composed of two villages, Calina (Kalina) and Dognecea.Show on map
Comuna MargaMarga (Hungarian: Márga) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1.300 people. It is composed of two villages, Marga and Vama Marga (Vámosmárga). It is situated in the historical region of Banat.Show on map
Comuna TeregovaTeregova (Hungarian: Teregova) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 4388 people. It is composed of two villages, Rusca (Ruszka) and Teregova. It is situated in the historical region of Banat.Show on map
Comuna EzerişEzeriș (Hungarian: Ezeres) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1,410 people. It is composed of two villages, Ezeriș and Soceni (Szocsán).Show on map
Comuna BăniaBănia (Hungarian: Bánya) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania, with a population of 2,014 people. It is composed of two villages, Bănia and Gârbovăț (Gerbóc).Show on map
Oraş BocşaBocșa (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈbokʃa] (13px listen); Hungarian: Boksánbánya; German: Deutsch-Bokschan, Neuwerk) is a town in Caraș-Severin County, in southwestern Romania, with a population of 15,842 in 2011.Show on map
Comuna TopleţTopleț (Hungarian: Toplec) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2923 people. It is composed of two villages, Bârza (Börza) and Topleț.Show on map
Comuna GlimbocaGlimboca (Hungarian: Novákfalva) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania, with a population of 1,930 people. It is composed of a single village, Glimboca.Show on map
Comuna TârnovaTârnova (Hungarian: Tornó) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 1908 people. It is composed of two villages, Bratova and Târnova.Show on map
Comuna ArmenişArmeniș (Hungarian: Örményes) is a commune in Caraș-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2,718 people. It is composed of five villages: Armeniș, Feneș (Fényes), Plopu, Sat Bătrân (Ófalu) and Sub Margine.Show on map
Different buildings in Caras-Severin
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Gura Apelor DamThe Gura Apelor Dam is a rock-fill dam on the Râul Mare River about 35 km (22 mi) southwest of Hațeg in Hunedoara County, Romania. It sits at the point where the Lapusnicu Mare, Lapusnicu Mic and Ses Rivers form the Râul Mare. It is the tallest dam in Romania. The primary purpose of the dam is hydroelectric power generation and it supports the 335 MW Râul Mare Hydroelectric Power Station which is located underground about 18 km (11 mi) to the northeast. Water from the reservoir is piped the long distance from the dam to the power station. The difference in elevation between the reservoir and the power station downstream affords a hydraulic head of 582.5 m (1,911 ft). Construction on the dam began in 1975 and the power station was operational in 1986. In 2012 the dam's reservoir was drainedShow on map
Crivina Power StationThe Crivina Power Station (Romanian: Termocentrala de la Crivina) was a large thermal power plant located in Crivina, near Anina in Caraş-Severin County. It had three generating units of 330 MW each, altogether having a total electricity generating capacity of 990 MW. It was intended to be the first oil shale power station built in Romania. The total cost of the oil shale power plant was around US$1 billion. The Crivina Power Station was supplied with 4 million tonnes of oil shale per year from the nearby Anina Mine.Show on map
Caransebeş AirportCaransebeș Airport (IATA: CSB, ICAO: LRCS) is located 1.8 km (1.1 mi) east northeast of Caransebeş in western Romania, in Caraş-Severin county. A former military base, this was the only commercial airport in Romania not located in the proximity of a large urban area.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Caras-Severin
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Pârâul PrigorPrigor (Hungarian: Prigor) is a commune in Caraş-Severin County, western Romania with a population of 2,978 people. It is composed of five villages: Borlovenii Noi (Újborlovény), Borlovenii Vechi (Óborlovény), Pătaș (Nérapatas), Prigor and Putna.Show on map