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Hunedoara ([huneˈdo̯ara]) is a county (judeţ) of Romania, in Transylvania, with its capital city at Deva. The county is part of the Danube-Kris-Mures-Tisza Euroregion.
Cities, towns & villages in Hunedoara
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VulcanVulcan (Romanian pronunciation: [vulˈkan]; formerly Jiu-Vaidei-Vulcan; Hungarian: Vulkán, Zsilyvajdejvulkán German: Wolkendorf, Wulkan) is a city in Hunedoara county, Romania. With a population of 22,906, it is the second-largest city in the Jiu Valley. It administers two villages, Dealul Babii (\"Old Woman's Hill\" in Romanian; Hegyvulkán) and Jiu-Paroșeni The city is named after the Vulcan Pass that connects the Jiu Valley to Oltenia, itself being derived from Slavic \"vlk\", meaning \"wolf\" (even if \"vulcan\" means \"volcano\" in Romanian). Show Vulcanon the map
DobraDobra (Hungarian: Dobra or Hunyaddobra) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania, close to the city of Deva. It is composed of thirteen villages: Abucea (Abucsa), Bujoru (Sztregonya), Dobra, Făgețel (Fazacsel), Lăpușnic (Lapusnyak), Mihăilești (Mihalesd), Panc (Pánk), Panc-Săliște (Pánkszelistye), Rădulești (Radulesd), Roșcani (Roskány), Stâncești (Sztancsesd), Stâncești-Ohaba (Sztancsesdohába) and Stretea (Sztrettye). At the 2011 census, 97.8% of inhabitants were Romanians, 1.3% Roma and 0.7% Hungarians. Show Dobraon the map
LupeniLupeni (Romanian pronunciation: [luˈpenʲ]; German: Schylwolfsbach, Hungarian: Lupény) is a mining city in the Jiu Valley in Hunedoara County, Romania, in the historical region of Transylvania. It is one of the oldest and largest cities in the Jiu Valley. It is located on the banks of the West Jiu river within the Jiu Valley, at a height varying between 630 metres (2,070 ft) (in the east) and 760 metres (2,490 ft). The distance from Lupeni to Petrosani is 18 kilometres (11 mi) (DN66A), and to Deva (the capital of Hunedoara County) is 114 kilometres (71 mi). Show Lupenion the map
VeţelVețel (Hungarian: Vecel; German: Witzel) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of ten villages: Boia Bârzii (Bojabirz), Bretelin (Brettyelin), Căoi (Káun), Herepeia (Filimon Sîrbu between 1948 and 1964; Herepe), Leșnic (Lesnyek), Mintia (Marosnémeti; Bayersdorf), Muncelu Mare (Nagymuncsel), Muncelu Mic (Kismuncsel), Runcu Mic (Erdőhátrunk) and Vețel. At the 2002 census, 91.6% of the population were Romanians, 4.7% Hungarians and 3.6% Roma. 87.8% were Romanian Orthodox, 4.4% Pentecostal, 3.1% Roman Catholic, 2.1% Baptist and 1.7% Reformed. Show Veţelon the map
SarmizegetusaSarmizegetusa (colloquially and until 1941 officially Grădiște; Hungarian: Várhely) is a commune in Țara Hațegului depression, Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Breazova (Brázova), Hobița-Grădiște (Hobicavárhely), Păucinești (Paucsinesd), Sarmizegetusa and Zeicani (Zajkány). Built atop the ruins of the capital of Roman Dacia, Ulpia Traiana, it is some 40 km from the capital of the Dacian kingdom, Sarmizegetusa Regia. The ruins of both Ulpia Traiana Sarmizegetusa and Sarmizegetusa Regia are still available for visiting. Show Sarmizegetusaon the map
Orăştioara de SusOrăștioara de Sus (Hungarian: Felsővárosvíz) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Bucium (Bucsum), Costești (Kosztesd), Costești-Deal, Grădiștea de Munte (Gredistye), Ludeștii de Jos (Ludesd), Ludeștii de Sus (Felsőludesd), Ocolișu Mic (Kisoklos) and Orăștioara de Sus. Two of the Dacian Fortresses of the Orăștie Mountains, and Costești-Blidaru, are located near Costești village. A third, Sarmizegetusa Regia, is located near Grădiștea de Munte.A Roman fort is located near Bucium village. Show Orăştioara de Suson the map
CălanCălan (Romanian pronunciation: [kəˈlan]; German: Klandorf; Hungarian: Pusztakalán or Kalán) is a town in Romania, in Hunedoara County, on the Strei river valley, at 230 m altitude. Twelve villages are administered by the town: Batiz (Batiz), Călanu Mic (Kiskalán), Grid, Nădăștia de Jos (Alsónádasd), Nădăștia de Sus (Felsőnádasd), Ohaba Streiului (Sztrigyohába), Sâncrai (Szentkirály), Sântămăria de Piatră (Kőboldogfalva), Strei (Zeikdorf; Zeykfalva), Strei-Săcel (Sztrigyszacsal), Streisângeorgiu and Valea Sângeorgiului Show Călanon the map
GeoagiuGeoagiu (Hungarian: Algyógy) is a town in Hunedoara County, Romania, located on the Mureş river at an altitude of 217 metres above sea level. The river with the same name (Geoagiu) flows in this place into the Mureș. The town has a population of 5,049. It administers ten villages: Aurel Vlaicu (formerly Binținți; Bencenc), Băcâia (Bakonya), Bozeș (Bózes), Cigmău (Csigmó), Gelmar (Gyalmár), Geoagiu-Băi (Feredőgyógy), Homorod (Homoród), Mermezeu-Văleni (Nyírmező), Renghet (Renget) and Văleni (Valény). Geoagiu is situated in the historical region of Transylvania. Show Geoagiuon the map
DensuşDensuș (Hungarian: Demsus) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania and the site of Densuș Church. It is composed of seven villages: Criva, Densuș, Hățăgel (Hacazsel), Peșteana (Nagypestény), Peștenița (Kispestény), Poieni (Pojény) and Ștei (Stejvaspatak). Densuș was the property of the Romanian noble family Demsușan Mugina, later magyarised under the name of Demsusi Muzsina. One of the descendants of this family, Elisabeta de Margina, married John Hunyadi. Show Densuşon the map
Baia de CrişBaia de Criș (German: Altenburg; Hungarian: Körösbánya) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania, close to the small town of Brad. It is composed of nine villages: Baia de Criș, Baldovin (Báldovin), Căraci (Karács), Cărăstău (Karasztó), Lunca (Lunka), Rișca (Riska), Rișculița (Riskulica), Țebea (Cebe) and Văleni. The village of Țebea is where the Revolt of Horea, Cloșca and Crișan started in 1784, and marks the death place and burial site of Avram Iancu. \n* Franciscan monastery of Baia de Criș, founded in the 14th century \n* Baia de Criș \n* Baia de Criș \n* Baia de Criș \n* Baia de Criș \n* Baia de Criș \n* \n* Show Baia de Crişon the map
Certeju de SusCerteju de Sus (Hungarian: Felsőcsertés) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Bocșa Mare (Boksatelep), Bocșa Mică, Certeju de Sus, Hondol (Hondol; German: Hondolen), Măgura-Toplița (Magura), Nojag (Nozság), Săcărâmb (Nagyág; Gross-Astdorf), Toplița Mureșului (Toplica) and Vărmaga (Vormága). The commune is the site of the Certej Mine and of the 1971 Certej dam failure. Show Certeju de Suson the map
Bretea RomânăBretea Română (German: Brettendorf; Hungarian: Oláhbrettye) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of thirteen villages: Bățălar (Bacalár), Bercu (Berkány), Bretea Română, Bretea Streiului (Magyarbrettye), Covragiu (Kovrágy), Gânțaga (Goncága), Măceu (Mácsó), Ocolișu Mare (Nagyoklos), Plopi (Sztrigyplop), Ruși (Russ), Vâlcele (Pokolvalcsel), Vâlcelele Bune (Jóvalcsel) and Vâlceluța. Show Bretea Românăon the map
Vaţa de JosVața de Jos (Hungarian: Alváca) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of thirteen villages: Basarabasa (Baszarabásza), Birtin (Birtin), Brotuna (Brotuna), Căzănești (Kazanesd), Ciungani (Csungány), Ocișor (Ócsisor), Ociu (Olcs), Prăvăleni (Prevaleny), Prihodiște (Prihodest), Tătărăștii de Criș (Tataresd), Târnava de Criș (Ternáva), Vața de Jos and Vața de Sus (Felváca). Show Vaţa de Joson the map
Rapoltu MareRapoltu Mare (Hungarian: Nagyrápolt) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Bobâlna (Bábolna), Boiu (Boj), Folt (Folt), Rapoltu Mare and Rapolțel (Kisrápolt). The Hungarian noble family Szent-Györgyi de Nagyrápolt has used the name of this village since the Middle Ages. Its most famous member is the scientist Albert Szent-Györgyi. Show Rapoltu Mareon the map
Sălaşu de SusSălașu de Sus (Hungarian: is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of eleven villages: Coroiești (Korojesd), Mălăiești (Malajesd), Nucșoara (Nuksora), Ohaba de sub Piatră (Kőaljaohába), Paroș (Parospestere), Peștera (Pestere), Râu Alb (Fehérvíz), Râu Mic (Vajdej), Sălașu de Jos Sălașu de Sus and Zăvoi (Macesd). Show Sălaşu de Suson the map
Râu de MoriRâu de Mori (Hungarian: Malomvíz) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of eleven villages: Brazi (Gureny), Clopotiva (Klopotiva), Ohaba-Sibișel (Ohábasibisel), Ostrov (Nagyosztró), Ostrovel (Osztrovel), Ostrovu Mic (Kisosztró), Râu de Mori, Sibișel (Sebeshely), Suseni Unciuc (Uncsukfalva) and Valea Dâljii (Vályadilsi). Show Râu de Morion the map
ZamZam (Hungarian: Zám; German: Sameschdorf) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of thirteen villages: Almaș-Săliște (Almásszelistye), Almășel (Almasel), Brășeu (Brassó), Cerbia (Cserbia), Deleni, Godinești (Godinesd), Micănești (Mikanesd), Pogănești (Poganesd), Pojoga (Pozsga), Sălciva (Szolcsva), Tămășești (Tamasesd), Valea and Zam. Show Zamon the map
IliaIlia (Hungarian: Marosillye) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. The commune lies in the historical province of Transylvania. It is composed of nine villages: Bacea (Bácsfalva), Bretea Mureșană (Marosbrettye), Brâznic (Briznik), Cuieș (Kulyes), Dumbrăvița (Dumbravica), Ilia, Săcămaș (Szakamás), Sârbi (Szirb) and Valea Lungă (Valealunga). Show Iliaon the map
ŞoimuşȘoimuș (Hungarian: Marossolymos) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Transylvania, Romania. It is composed of ten villages: Bălata (Balátatelep), Bejan (Bezsán), Bejan-Târnăvița (Bezsántelep), Boholt (Boholt), Căinelu de Jos (Alsókajanel), Chișcădaga (Kecskedága), Fornădia (Fornádia), Păuliș (Burjánfalva), Sulighete (Szúliget) and Șoimuș. Show Şoimuşon the map
BăiţaBăița (Hungarian: Boica) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of eleven villages: Barbura (Bárbura), Băița, Căinelu de Sus (Felsőkajanel), Crăciunești (Krecsunesd), Fizeș (Füzesd), Hărțăgani (Hercegány), Lunca (Nyavajásfalva), Ormindea (Ormingya), Peștera (Pestyere), Săliște (Szelistye) and Trestia (Tresztia). Show Băiţaon the map
SimeriaSimeria (Romanian pronunciation: [siˈmeri.a]; German: Fischdorf; Hungarian: Piski) is a town in Hunedoara County, and an important railway junction with hump yard. Six villages are administered by the town: Bârcea Mare (Nagybarcsa), Cărpiniş (Gyertyános), Simeria Veche (Ópiski), Sântandrei (Szentandrás), Şăuleşti (Sárfalva) and Uroi (Arany). Show Simeriaon the map
Sântămăria-OrleaSântămăria-Orlea (Hungarian: Őraljaboldogfalva) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Balomir (Balomir), Bărăștii Hațegului (Baresd), Bucium-Orlea (Bucsum), Ciopeia (Csopea), Săcel (Szacsal), Sânpetru (Szentpéterfalva), Subcetate (Hátszegváralja) and Vadu (Vád). Show Sântămăria-Orleaon the map
BoşorodBoșorod (Hungarian: Bosoród) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Alun, Bobaia (Bobája), Boșorod, Chitid (Kitid), Cioclovina (Csoklovina), Luncani (Lunkány), Prihodiște (Prihodest), Târsa and Ursici. Piatra Roșie Dacian fortress is located near the Luncani village. Show Boşorodon the map
Lunca Cernii de JosLunca Cernii de Jos (Hungarian: Alsónyiresfalva) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Ciumița (Csumicapuszta), Fântâna (Vádtelep), Gura Bordului, Lunca Cernii de Jos, Lunca Cernii de Sus Meria (Kékesfalva), Negoiu (Nyegojlunka) and Valea Babii. Show Lunca Cernii de Joson the map
Peştişu MicPestișu Mic (Hungarian: Felsőpestes) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Almașu Mic Ciulpăz (Csulpesz), Cutin (Kutyén), Dumbrava (Erdőhát), Josani (Zsoszány), Mănerău (Magyarosd), Nandru (Nándor), Pestișu Mic and Valea Nandrului (Nándorválya). Show Peştişu Micon the map
PuiPui (Hungarian: Puj) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of twelve villages: Băiești (Bajesd), Federi (Fégyér), Fizești (Füzesd), Galați (Galac), Hobița (Hobica), Ohaba-Ponor (Ohábaponor), Ponor (Ponor), Pui, Râu Bărbat (Borbátvíz), Rușor (Rusor), Șerel (Serél) and Uric (Urik). Show Puion the map
Lăpugiu de JosLăpugiu de Jos (Hungarian: Alsólapugy) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of ten villages: Baștea (Bástya), Cosești (Kosesd), Fintoag (Fintóág), Grind (Gerend), Holdea (Holgya), Lăpugiu de Jos, Lăpugiu de Sus (Felsőlapugy), Lăsău (Laszó), Ohaba (Ohába) and Teiu (Tyej). Show Lăpugiu de Joson the map
BrănişcaBrănișca (Hungarian: Branyicska) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Bărăștii Iliei (Baresd), Boz (Bóz), Brănișca, Căbești (Kabesd), Furcșoara (Furksora), Gialacuta (Gyálakuta), Rovina (Bikótelep), Târnava (Tirnáva) and Târnăvița (Tirnavica). Show Brănişcaon the map
BlăjeniBlăjeni (Hungarian: Blezseny) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Blăjeni, Blăjeni-Vulcan, Criș, Dragu-Brad, Groșuri, Plai, Reț and Sălătruc. At the 2002 census, 100% of inhabitants were ethnic Romanians and 99.4% were Romanian Orthodox. Show Blăjenion the map
CerbălCerbăl (Hungarian: Cserbel) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Arănieș (Aranyos), Cerbăl, Feregi (Feresd), Merișoru de Munte (Meresd), Poienița Tomii (Pojenicatomi), Poiana Răchițelii (Pojánarekiceli), Socet (Szocsed) and Ulm (Ulm). Show Cerbălon the map
PetrilaPetrila (Romanian pronunciation: [peˈtrila]; Hungarian: Petrilla) is a town in the Jiu Valley, Hunedoara County, Romania. It is located near the junction of the East Jiu with Taia and Jieţ Creeks. The town administers four villages: Cimpa (Csimpa), Jieț (Zsiec), Răscoala (Reszkola) and Tirici. Show Petrilaon the map
BeriuBeriu (Hungarian: Berény) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Beriu, Căstău (Kasztó), Cucuiș (Kukuis), Măgureni (Magureny), Orăștioara de Jos (Alsóvárosvíz), Poieni (Pojénytanya), Sereca (Szereka) and Sibișel (Ósebeshely). Show Beriuon the map
DevaDeva (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈdeva]; Hungarian: Déva, Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈdeːvɒ]; German: Diemrich, Schlossberg, Denburg; Latin: Sargetia; Turkish: Deve, Devevar) is a city in Romania, in the historical region of Transylvania, on the left bank of the Mureș River. It is the capital of Hunedoara County. Show Devaon the map
Teliucu InferiorTeliucu Inferior (Hungarian: Alsótelek) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Cinciș-Cerna (Csolnakoscserna), Izvoarele (Lindzsina), Teliucu Inferior and Teliucu Superior (Felsőtelek). Iron mining began there in Roman times. Show Teliucu Inferioron the map
HaţegHațeg (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈhat͡seɡ]; German: Wallenthal; Hungarian: Hátszeg) is a town in Hunedoara County, Romania with a population of 9,340. Three villages are administered by the town: Nălațvad (Nalácvád), Silvașu de Jos (Alsószilvás), and Silvașu de Sus (Felsőszilvás). It is situated in the historical region of Transylvania. Show Haţegon the map
RăchitovaRăchitova (Hungarian: Reketyefalva) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Boița (Boica), Ciula Mare (Nagycsula), Ciula Mică (Kiscsula), Gotești (Gotesdtanya), Mesteacăn (Meszkáton), Răchitova and Vălioara (Valiora). Show Răchitovaon the map
TomeştiTomești (Hungarian: Tomesd) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Dobroț (Dobroc), Leauț (Lyauc), Livada (Sztrimba), Obârșa (Obersia), Șteia (Steja), Tiulești (Tyiulesd), Tomești and Valea Mare de Criș (Valeamare). Show Tomeştion the map
TopliţaToplița (Hungarian: is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Curpenii Silvașului, Dăbâca (Doboka), Dealu Mic (Párosza), Goleș (Golles), Hășdău (Hosdó), Mosoru (Moszor), Toplița and Vălari (Valár). Show Topliţaon the map
RibiţaRibița (Hungarian: Ribice) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Crișan (formerly Vaca; Váka), Dumbrava de Jos (Alsózsunk), Dumbrava de Sus (Felsőzsunk), Ribicioara (Ribicsora), Ribița and Uibărești (Újbáresd). Show Ribiţaon the map
MărtineştiMărtinești (Hungarian: Martinesd) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Dâncu Mare (Nagydenk), Dâncu Mic (Kisdenk), Jeledinți (Lozsád), Măgura (Magura), Mărtinești, Tămășasa (Tamáspatak) and Turmaș (Tormás). Show Mărtineştion the map
BârsăuBârsău (Hungarian: Felsőberekszó; is a commune of 2,424 inhabitants situated in Satu Mare County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Bârsău de Jos (Alsóberekszó; and Bârsău de Sus (the commune center). Show Bârsăuon the map
NegoiNegoi is a commune in Dolj County, Romania with a population of 4,286 people. It is composed of a single village, Negoi. It also included Catane and Catanele Noi villages until 2004, when they were split off to form Catane Commune. Show Negoion the map
BunilaBunila (Hungarian: Bunyila) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Alun (Álun), Bunila, Cernișoara Florese Poienița Voinii (Poienicavojni) and Vadu Dobrii (Vádudobri). Show Bunilaon the map
BurjucBurjuc (Hungarian: Burzsuk) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Brădățel (Bradacel), Burjuc, Glodghilești (Glodgilesd), Petrești (Petresd), Tătărăști (Tataresd) and Tisa (Tisza). Show Burjucon the map
VălişoaraVălișoara (Hungarian: Valisora, formerly Kőfalu) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Dealu Mare (Gyalumáre), Săliștioara (Szelistyora), Stoieneasa (Sztojenyásza) and Vălișoara. Show Vălişoaraon the map
RomosRomos (German: Rumes; Hungarian: Romosz) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Ciungu Mare (Csunzshavas), Pișchinți (Piskinc), Romos, Romoșel (Romoszhely) and Vaidei (Vajdej). \n* View of Romos village \n* Lutheran church \n* Orthodox church \n* Romoș River Show Romoson the map
Luncoiu de JosLuncoiu de Jos (Hungarian: Alsólunkoj) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Dudești (Dudesd), Luncoiu de Jos, Luncoiu de Sus (Felsőlunkoj), Podele and Stejărel (Szkrófa). Show Luncoiu de Joson the map
CârjiţiCârjiți (Hungarian: Kersec) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Almașu Sec (Szárazalmás), Cârjiți, Chergheș (Kerges), Cozia (Kozolya) and Popești (Popesd). Show Cârjiţion the map
CrişciorCrișcior (Hungarian: Kristyor) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Barza (Gurabárza), Crișcior, Valea Arsului (Vályaárszuluj) and Zdrapți (Zdrápc). Show Crişcioron the map
HărăuHărău (Hungarian: Haró, German: Haren) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Banpotoc (Bánpatak), Bârsău (Berekszó), Chimindia (Kéménd) and Hărău. Show Hărăuon the map
BaruBaru (Hungarian: Nagybár) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Baru, Livadia (Mezőlivádia), Petros (Petrosz) and Valea Lupului (Farkaspatak). Show Baruon the map
LeleseLelese (Hungarian: Lelesz) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Cerișor (Cserisor), Lelese, Runcu Mare (Nagyrunk) and Sohodol (Szohodol). Show Leleseon the map
VorţaVorța (Hungarian: Vorca; German: Wartsdorf) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Certeju de Jos (Alsócsertés), Coaja (Kózsa), Dumești (Dumesd), Luncșoara (Lunksora), Valea Poienii (Füzesdbogara), Visca (Viszka) and Vorța. Show Vorţaon the map
BăniţaBănia (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 Băniţaon the map
BucureşciBucureșci (Hungarian: Bukuresd) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Bucureșci, Curechiu (Kurety), Merișor, Rovina and Șesuri (Seszur). Show Bucureşcion the map
UricaniUricani (Romanian pronunciation: [uriˈkanʲ]; Hungarian: Urikány) is a town in the Jiu Valley region of Hunedoara County, in southern Transylvania, Romania. As of 2011 it had a population of 8,618. Show Uricanion the map
ToteştiTotești (Hungarian: Totesd) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Cârnești, Copaci, Păclișa (Poklisa), Reea (Rea) and Totești. Show Toteştion the map
TurdaşTurda (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈturda]; German: Thorenburg; Hungarian: Torda; historical name: Potaissa) is a city and Municipality in Cluj County, Romania, situated on the Arieş River. Show Turdaşon the map
BăciaBăcia (Hungarian: Bácsi) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Băcia, Petreni (Petrény), Tâmpa (Tompa) and Totia (Nagytóti). Show Băciaon the map
BătrânaBătrâna (Hungarian: Batrina) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Bătrâna, Fața Roșie, Piatra and Răchițaua. Show Bătrânaon the map
PetroşaniPetroșani (Romanian pronunciation: [petroˈʃanʲ]; German: Petroschen; Hungarian: Petrozsény) is a city in Hunedoara County, Romania, with a population of 34,331 (2011). Show Petroşanion the map
NucșoaraNucşoara is a commune in Argeş County, in southern central Romania. It is composed of four villages: Gruiu, Nucşoara, Sboghiţeşti and Slatina. Show Nucșoaraon the map
BradBrad (Romanian pronunciation: [brad]; Hungarian: Brád; German: Tannenhof) is a city in Hunedoara County in Romania. Its name comes from the Romanian word brad, \"fir\". Show Bradon the map
OrăştieOrăștie (Romanian pronunciation: [orəʃˈti.e]; German: Broos, Hungarian: Szászváros) is a city in Hunedoara County, south-western Transylvania, Romania. Show Orăştieon the map
AbuceaThe Abucea ( Hungarian: Abucsa-patak ) is a left tributary of the river Mureș in Romania. It discharges into the Mureș in Abucea. Show Abuceaon the map
BuceşBuceș (Hungarian: Bucsesd) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Buceș, Buceș-Vulcan, Dupăpiatră (Dupapiátra), Grohoțele, Mihăileni (Miheleny), Stănija (Sztanizsa) and Tarnița. Show Buceşon the map
BalşaBalșa (Hungarian: Balsa) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of fourteen villages: Almașu Mic de Munte (Kisalmás), Ardeu (Erdőfalva), Balșa, Bunești (Bunesd), Galbina (Galbina), Mada (Máda), Oprișești, Poiana (Pojána), Poienița (Váleajepi), Roșia, Stăuini, Techereu (Tekerő), Vălișoara (Porkura) and Voia (Voja). Show Balşaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Hunedoara
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DaciaRoman Dacia (also Dacia Traiana and Dacia Felix) was a province of the Roman Empire from 106 to 274–275 AD. Its territory consisted of eastern and south-eastern Transylvania, the Banat, and Oltenia (regions of modern Romania). It was from the very beginning organized as an imperial province and remained so throughout the Roman occupation. Historians' estimates of the population of Roman Dacia range from 650,000 to 1,200,000.Show on map
Comuna GurasadaGurasada (Hungarian: Guraszáda) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is located on the middle course of the Mureş River, in the northwestern part of the county, at a distance of 28 km from county seat Deva. This region is situated at the junction of the Transylvania and Banat historical provinces. Its neighbours are the communes of Zam, Ilia Dobra, Burjuc. The commune is composed of eleven villages: Boiu de Jos (Alsóboj), Boiu de Sus (Felsőboj), Cărmăzănești (Karmazinesd), Câmpuri de Sus (Kimpur), Câmpuri-Surduc (Kimpényszurduk), Dănulești (Danulesd), Gothatea (Gothátya), Gurasada, Runcșor (Runksor), Ulieș (Ullyes) and Vica (Vika).Show on map
Municipiul HunedoaraHunedoara (Romanian pronunciation: [huneˈdo̯ara]; German: Eisenmarkt; Hungarian: Vajdahunyad, Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈvɒjdɒhuɲɒd] (13px listen)) is a city in Hunedoara County, Transylvania, Romania. It is located in southwestern Transylvania near the Poiana Ruscă Mountains, and administers five villages: Boş (Bós), Groş (Grós), Hăşdat (Hosdát; Hochstätten), Peştişu Mare (Alpestes) and Răcăştia (Rákosd).Show on map
Municipiul VulcanVulcan (Romanian pronunciation: [vulˈkan]; formerly Jiu-Vaidei-Vulcan; Hungarian: Vulkán, Zsilyvajdejvulkán German: Wolkendorf, Wulkan) is a city in Hunedoara county, Romania. With a population of 22,906, it is the second-largest city in the Jiu Valley. It administers two villages, Dealul Babii (\"Old Woman's Hill\" in Romanian; Hegyvulkán) and Jiu-Paroșeni The city is named after the Vulcan Pass that connects the Jiu Valley to Oltenia, itself being derived from Slavic \"vlk\", meaning \"wolf\" (even if \"vulcan\" means \"volcano\" in Romanian).Show on map
Comuna DobraDobra (Hungarian: Dobra or Hunyaddobra) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania, close to the city of Deva. It is composed of thirteen villages: Abucea (Abucsa), Bujoru (Sztregonya), Dobra, Făgețel (Fazacsel), Lăpușnic (Lapusnyak), Mihăilești (Mihalesd), Panc (Pánk), Panc-Săliște (Pánkszelistye), Rădulești (Radulesd), Roșcani (Roskány), Stâncești (Sztancsesd), Stâncești-Ohaba (Sztancsesdohába) and Stretea (Sztrettye). At the 2011 census, 97.8% of inhabitants were Romanians, 1.3% Roma and 0.7% Hungarians.Show on map
Oraş AninoasaAninoasa (Hungarian: Aninósza or is a town in Hunedoara County in the Transylvania region of Romania. The town is located in Jiu Valley, which is a coal basin, and many of the towns residents are coal miners. Most of the town was built along Aninoasa creek, and the town is actually separated into two areas by the West Jiu River. \"Anin\" means \"alder tree\" in Romanian.Show on map
Comuna VeţelVețel (Hungarian: Vecel; German: Witzel) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of ten villages: Boia Bârzii (Bojabirz), Bretelin (Brettyelin), Căoi (Káun), Herepeia (Filimon Sîrbu between 1948 and 1964; Herepe), Leșnic (Lesnyek), Mintia (Marosnémeti; Bayersdorf), Muncelu Mare (Nagymuncsel), Muncelu Mic (Kismuncsel), Runcu Mic (Erdőhátrunk) and Vețel. At the 2002 census, 91.6% of the population were Romanians, 4.7% Hungarians and 3.6% Roma. 87.8% were Romanian Orthodox, 4.4% Pentecostal, 3.1% Roman Catholic, 2.1% Baptist and 1.7% Reformed.Show on map
Comuna General BerthelotGeneral Berthelot (Fărcădinul de Jos until 1923, Berthelot between 1923 and 1964, Unirea between 1965 and 2001; Hungarian: Alsófarkadin; German: Unterwolfsdorf) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Crăguiș (Kraguis), Fărcădin (Felsőfarkadin), General Berthelot, Livezi (Gauricsa) and Tuștea (Tustya). In 1923 and again in 2001, the commune was named after Henri Mathias Berthelot - who was rewarded by King Ferdinand for his role during World War I with properties in the village confiscated from the Nopcsa family.Show on map
Comuna Orăştioara de SusOrăștioara de Sus (Hungarian: Felsővárosvíz) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Bucium (Bucsum), Costești (Kosztesd), Costești-Deal, Grădiștea de Munte (Gredistye), Ludeștii de Jos (Ludesd), Ludeștii de Sus (Felsőludesd), Ocolișu Mic (Kisoklos) and Orăștioara de Sus. Two of the Dacian Fortresses of the Orăștie Mountains, and Costești-Blidaru, are located near Costești village. A third, Sarmizegetusa Regia, is located near Grădiștea de Munte.A Roman fort is located near Bucium village.Show on map
Comuna SarmizegetusaSarmizegetusa (colloquially and until 1941 officially Grădiște; Hungarian: Várhely) is a commune in Țara Hațegului depression, Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Breazova (Brázova), Hobița-Grădiște (Hobicavárhely), Păucinești (Paucsinesd), Sarmizegetusa and Zeicani (Zajkány). Built atop the ruins of the capital of Roman Dacia, Ulpia Traiana, it is some 40 km from the capital of the Dacian kingdom, Sarmizegetusa Regia. The ruins of both Ulpia Traiana Sarmizegetusa and Sarmizegetusa Regia are still available for visiting.Show on map
Oraş CãlanCălan (Romanian pronunciation: [kəˈlan]; German: Klandorf; Hungarian: Pusztakalán or Kalán) is a town in Romania, in Hunedoara County, on the Strei river valley, at 230 m altitude. Twelve villages are administered by the town: Batiz (Batiz), Călanu Mic (Kiskalán), Grid, Nădăștia de Jos (Alsónádasd), Nădăștia de Sus (Felsőnádasd), Ohaba Streiului (Sztrigyohába), Sâncrai (Szentkirály), Sântămăria de Piatră (Kőboldogfalva), Strei (Zeikdorf; Zeykfalva), Strei-Săcel (Sztrigyszacsal), Streisângeorgiu and Valea SângeorgiuluiShow on map
Oraş GeoagiuGeoagiu (Hungarian: Algyógy) is a town in Hunedoara County, Romania, located on the Mureş river at an altitude of 217 metres above sea level. The river with the same name (Geoagiu) flows in this place into the Mureș. The town has a population of 5,049. It administers ten villages: Aurel Vlaicu (formerly Binținți; Bencenc), Băcâia (Bakonya), Bozeș (Bózes), Cigmău (Csigmó), Gelmar (Gyalmár), Geoagiu-Băi (Feredőgyógy), Homorod (Homoród), Mermezeu-Văleni (Nyírmező), Renghet (Renget) and Văleni (Valény). Geoagiu is situated in the historical region of Transylvania.Show on map
Comuna DensuşDensuș (Hungarian: Demsus) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania and the site of Densuș Church. It is composed of seven villages: Criva, Densuș, Hățăgel (Hacazsel), Peșteana (Nagypestény), Peștenița (Kispestény), Poieni (Pojény) and Ștei (Stejvaspatak). Densuș was the property of the Romanian noble family Demsușan Mugina, later magyarised under the name of Demsusi Muzsina. One of the descendants of this family, Elisabeta de Margina, married John Hunyadi.Show on map
Comuna Baia de CrişBaia de Criș (German: Altenburg; Hungarian: Körösbánya) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania, close to the small town of Brad. It is composed of nine villages: Baia de Criș, Baldovin (Báldovin), Căraci (Karács), Cărăstău (Karasztó), Lunca (Lunka), Rișca (Riska), Rișculița (Riskulica), Țebea (Cebe) and Văleni. The village of Țebea is where the Revolt of Horea, Cloșca and Crișan started in 1784, and marks the death place and burial site of Avram Iancu. \n* Franciscan monastery of Baia de Criș, founded in the 14th century \n* Baia de Criș \n* Baia de Criș \n* Baia de Criș \n* Baia de Criș \n* Baia de Criș \n* \n*Show on map
Comuna Certeju de SusCerteju de Sus (Hungarian: Felsőcsertés) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Bocșa Mare (Boksatelep), Bocșa Mică, Certeju de Sus, Hondol (Hondol; German: Hondolen), Măgura-Toplița (Magura), Nojag (Nozság), Săcărâmb (Nagyág; Gross-Astdorf), Toplița Mureșului (Toplica) and Vărmaga (Vormága). The commune is the site of the Certej Mine and of the 1971 Certej dam failure.Show on map
Comuna Bretea RomânăBretea Română (German: Brettendorf; Hungarian: Oláhbrettye) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of thirteen villages: Bățălar (Bacalár), Bercu (Berkány), Bretea Română, Bretea Streiului (Magyarbrettye), Covragiu (Kovrágy), Gânțaga (Goncága), Măceu (Mácsó), Ocolișu Mare (Nagyoklos), Plopi (Sztrigyplop), Ruși (Russ), Vâlcele (Pokolvalcsel), Vâlcelele Bune (Jóvalcsel) and Vâlceluța.Show on map
Comuna Vaţa De JosVața de Jos (Hungarian: Alváca) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of thirteen villages: Basarabasa (Baszarabásza), Birtin (Birtin), Brotuna (Brotuna), Căzănești (Kazanesd), Ciungani (Csungány), Ocișor (Ócsisor), Ociu (Olcs), Prăvăleni (Prevaleny), Prihodiște (Prihodest), Tătărăștii de Criș (Tataresd), Târnava de Criș (Ternáva), Vața de Jos and Vața de Sus (Felváca).Show on map
Comuna Rapoltu MareRapoltu Mare (Hungarian: Nagyrápolt) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Bobâlna (Bábolna), Boiu (Boj), Folt (Folt), Rapoltu Mare and Rapolțel (Kisrápolt). The Hungarian noble family Szent-Györgyi de Nagyrápolt has used the name of this village since the Middle Ages. Its most famous member is the scientist Albert Szent-Györgyi.Show on map
Comuna Sãlaşu De SusSălașu de Sus (Hungarian: is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of eleven villages: Coroiești (Korojesd), Mălăiești (Malajesd), Nucșoara (Nuksora), Ohaba de sub Piatră (Kőaljaohába), Paroș (Parospestere), Peștera (Pestere), Râu Alb (Fehérvíz), Râu Mic (Vajdej), Sălașu de Jos Sălașu de Sus and Zăvoi (Macesd).Show on map
Comuna Râu de MoriRâu de Mori (Hungarian: Malomvíz) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of eleven villages: Brazi (Gureny), Clopotiva (Klopotiva), Ohaba-Sibișel (Ohábasibisel), Ostrov (Nagyosztró), Ostrovel (Osztrovel), Ostrovu Mic (Kisosztró), Râu de Mori, Sibișel (Sebeshely), Suseni Unciuc (Uncsukfalva) and Valea Dâljii (Vályadilsi).Show on map
Comuna ZamZam (Hungarian: Zám; German: Sameschdorf) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of thirteen villages: Almaș-Săliște (Almásszelistye), Almășel (Almasel), Brășeu (Brassó), Cerbia (Cserbia), Deleni, Godinești (Godinesd), Micănești (Mikanesd), Pogănești (Poganesd), Pojoga (Pozsga), Sălciva (Szolcsva), Tămășești (Tamasesd), Valea and Zam.Show on map
Comuna IliaIlia (Hungarian: Marosillye) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. The commune lies in the historical province of Transylvania. It is composed of nine villages: Bacea (Bácsfalva), Bretea Mureșană (Marosbrettye), Brâznic (Briznik), Cuieș (Kulyes), Dumbrăvița (Dumbravica), Ilia, Săcămaș (Szakamás), Sârbi (Szirb) and Valea Lungă (Valealunga).Show on map
Comuna ŞoimuşȘoimuș (Hungarian: Marossolymos) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Transylvania, Romania. It is composed of ten villages: Bălata (Balátatelep), Bejan (Bezsán), Bejan-Târnăvița (Bezsántelep), Boholt (Boholt), Căinelu de Jos (Alsókajanel), Chișcădaga (Kecskedága), Fornădia (Fornádia), Păuliș (Burjánfalva), Sulighete (Szúliget) and Șoimuș.Show on map
Comuna BăiţaBăița (Hungarian: Boica) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of eleven villages: Barbura (Bárbura), Băița, Căinelu de Sus (Felsőkajanel), Crăciunești (Krecsunesd), Fizeș (Füzesd), Hărțăgani (Hercegány), Lunca (Nyavajásfalva), Ormindea (Ormingya), Peștera (Pestyere), Săliște (Szelistye) and Trestia (Tresztia).Show on map
Oraş SimeriaSimeria (Romanian pronunciation: [siˈmeri.a]; German: Fischdorf; Hungarian: Piski) is a town in Hunedoara County, and an important railway junction with hump yard. Six villages are administered by the town: Bârcea Mare (Nagybarcsa), Cărpiniş (Gyertyános), Simeria Veche (Ópiski), Sântandrei (Szentandrás), Şăuleşti (Sárfalva) and Uroi (Arany).Show on map
Comuna Sântămăria-OrleaSântămăria-Orlea (Hungarian: Őraljaboldogfalva) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Balomir (Balomir), Bărăștii Hațegului (Baresd), Bucium-Orlea (Bucsum), Ciopeia (Csopea), Săcel (Szacsal), Sânpetru (Szentpéterfalva), Subcetate (Hátszegváralja) and Vadu (Vád).Show on map
Comuna BoşorodBoșorod (Hungarian: Bosoród) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Alun, Bobaia (Bobája), Boșorod, Chitid (Kitid), Cioclovina (Csoklovina), Luncani (Lunkány), Prihodiște (Prihodest), Târsa and Ursici. Piatra Roșie Dacian fortress is located near the Luncani village.Show on map
Comuna Lunca Cernii De JosLunca Cernii de Jos (Hungarian: Alsónyiresfalva) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Ciumița (Csumicapuszta), Fântâna (Vádtelep), Gura Bordului, Lunca Cernii de Jos, Lunca Cernii de Sus Meria (Kékesfalva), Negoiu (Nyegojlunka) and Valea Babii.Show on map
Comuna Pestişu MicPestișu Mic (Hungarian: Felsőpestes) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Almașu Mic Ciulpăz (Csulpesz), Cutin (Kutyén), Dumbrava (Erdőhát), Josani (Zsoszány), Mănerău (Magyarosd), Nandru (Nándor), Pestișu Mic and Valea Nandrului (Nándorválya).Show on map
Comuna PuiPui (Hungarian: Puj) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of twelve villages: Băiești (Bajesd), Federi (Fégyér), Fizești (Füzesd), Galați (Galac), Hobița (Hobica), Ohaba-Ponor (Ohábaponor), Ponor (Ponor), Pui, Râu Bărbat (Borbátvíz), Rușor (Rusor), Șerel (Serél) and Uric (Urik).Show on map
Comuna Lãpugiu De JosLăpugiu de Jos (Hungarian: Alsólapugy) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of ten villages: Baștea (Bástya), Cosești (Kosesd), Fintoag (Fintóág), Grind (Gerend), Holdea (Holgya), Lăpugiu de Jos, Lăpugiu de Sus (Felsőlapugy), Lăsău (Laszó), Ohaba (Ohába) and Teiu (Tyej).Show on map
Comuna BrănişcaBrănișca (Hungarian: Branyicska) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Bărăștii Iliei (Baresd), Boz (Bóz), Brănișca, Căbești (Kabesd), Furcșoara (Furksora), Gialacuta (Gyálakuta), Rovina (Bikótelep), Târnava (Tirnáva) and Târnăvița (Tirnavica).Show on map
Comuna BlăjeniBlăjeni (Hungarian: Blezseny) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Blăjeni, Blăjeni-Vulcan, Criș, Dragu-Brad, Groșuri, Plai, Reț and Sălătruc. At the 2002 census, 100% of inhabitants were ethnic Romanians and 99.4% were Romanian Orthodox.Show on map
Comuna CerbălCerbăl (Hungarian: Cserbel) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Arănieș (Aranyos), Cerbăl, Feregi (Feresd), Merișoru de Munte (Meresd), Poienița Tomii (Pojenicatomi), Poiana Răchițelii (Pojánarekiceli), Socet (Szocsed) and Ulm (Ulm).Show on map
Oraş PetrilaPetrila (Romanian pronunciation: [peˈtrila]; Hungarian: Petrilla) is a town in the Jiu Valley, Hunedoara County, Romania. It is located near the junction of the East Jiu with Taia and Jieţ Creeks. The town administers four villages: Cimpa (Csimpa), Jieț (Zsiec), Răscoala (Reszkola) and Tirici.Show on map
Comuna BeriuBeriu (Hungarian: Berény) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Beriu, Căstău (Kasztó), Cucuiș (Kukuis), Măgureni (Magureny), Orăștioara de Jos (Alsóvárosvíz), Poieni (Pojénytanya), Sereca (Szereka) and Sibișel (Ósebeshely).Show on map
Comuna Teliucu InferiorTeliucu Inferior (Hungarian: Alsótelek) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Cinciș-Cerna (Csolnakoscserna), Izvoarele (Lindzsina), Teliucu Inferior and Teliucu Superior (Felsőtelek). Iron mining began there in Roman times.Show on map
Municipiul DevaDeva (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈdeva]; Hungarian: Déva, Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈdeːvɒ]; German: Diemrich, Schlossberg, Denburg; Latin: Sargetia; Turkish: Deve, Devevar) is a city in Romania, in the historical region of Transylvania, on the left bank of the Mureș River. It is the capital of Hunedoara County.Show on map
Comuna Bulzeştii De SusBulzeștii de Sus (Hungarian: Felsőbulzesd) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Bulzeștii de Sus, Bulzeștii de Jos (Alsóbulzesd), Giurgești, Grohot (Grohot), Păulești, Rusești, Stănculești, Ticera and Tomnatec (Tomnatek).Show on map
Oraş HaţegHațeg (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈhat͡seɡ]; German: Wallenthal; Hungarian: Hátszeg) is a town in Hunedoara County, Romania with a population of 9,340. Three villages are administered by the town: Nălațvad (Nalácvád), Silvașu de Jos (Alsószilvás), and Silvașu de Sus (Felsőszilvás). It is situated in the historical region of Transylvania.Show on map
Comuna RăchitovaRăchitova (Hungarian: Reketyefalva) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Boița (Boica), Ciula Mare (Nagycsula), Ciula Mică (Kiscsula), Gotești (Gotesdtanya), Mesteacăn (Meszkáton), Răchitova and Vălioara (Valiora).Show on map
Comuna TomeştiTomești (Hungarian: Tomesd) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Dobroț (Dobroc), Leauț (Lyauc), Livada (Sztrimba), Obârșa (Obersia), Șteia (Steja), Tiulești (Tyiulesd), Tomești and Valea Mare de Criș (Valeamare).Show on map
Comuna TopliţaToplița (Hungarian: is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Curpenii Silvașului, Dăbâca (Doboka), Dealu Mic (Párosza), Goleș (Golles), Hășdău (Hosdó), Mosoru (Moszor), Toplița and Vălari (Valár).Show on map
Comuna RibiţaRibița (Hungarian: Ribice) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Crișan (formerly Vaca; Váka), Dumbrava de Jos (Alsózsunk), Dumbrava de Sus (Felsőzsunk), Ribicioara (Ribicsora), Ribița and Uibărești (Újbáresd).Show on map
Comuna MărtineştiMărtinești (Hungarian: Martinesd) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Dâncu Mare (Nagydenk), Dâncu Mic (Kisdenk), Jeledinți (Lozsád), Măgura (Magura), Mărtinești, Tămășasa (Tamáspatak) and Turmaș (Tormás).Show on map
Comuna BunilaBunila (Hungarian: Bunyila) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Alun (Álun), Bunila, Cernișoara Florese Poienița Voinii (Poienicavojni) and Vadu Dobrii (Vádudobri).Show on map
Comuna GhelariGhelari (Hungarian: Gyalár) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Transylvania, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Ghelari, Govăjdia (Govasdia), Plop and Ruda. Govăjdia village is the site of the Govăjdia Blast Furnace.Show on map
Comuna BurjucBurjuc (Hungarian: Burzsuk) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Brădățel (Bradacel), Burjuc, Glodghilești (Glodgilesd), Petrești (Petresd), Tătărăști (Tataresd) and Tisa (Tisza).Show on map
Comuna VălişoaraVălișoara (Hungarian: Valisora, formerly Kőfalu) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Dealu Mare (Gyalumáre), Săliștioara (Szelistyora), Stoieneasa (Sztojenyásza) and Vălișoara.Show on map
Comuna RomosRomos (German: Rumes; Hungarian: Romosz) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Ciungu Mare (Csunzshavas), Pișchinți (Piskinc), Romos, Romoșel (Romoszhely) and Vaidei (Vajdej). \n* View of Romos village \n* Lutheran church \n* Orthodox church \n* Romoș RiverShow on map
Comuna Luncoiu De JosLuncoiu de Jos (Hungarian: Alsólunkoj) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Dudești (Dudesd), Luncoiu de Jos, Luncoiu de Sus (Felsőlunkoj), Podele and Stejărel (Szkrófa).Show on map
Comuna CârjiţiCârjiți (Hungarian: Kersec) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Almașu Sec (Szárazalmás), Cârjiți, Chergheș (Kerges), Cozia (Kozolya) and Popești (Popesd).Show on map
Comuna CrişciorCrișcior (Hungarian: Kristyor) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Barza (Gurabárza), Crișcior, Valea Arsului (Vályaárszuluj) and Zdrapți (Zdrápc).Show on map
Comuna HărăuHărău (Hungarian: Haró, German: Haren) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Banpotoc (Bánpatak), Bârsău (Berekszó), Chimindia (Kéménd) and Hărău.Show on map
Comuna BaruBaru (Hungarian: Nagybár) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Baru, Livadia (Mezőlivádia), Petros (Petrosz) and Valea Lupului (Farkaspatak).Show on map
Comuna LeleseLelese (Hungarian: Lelesz) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Cerișor (Cserisor), Lelese, Runcu Mare (Nagyrunk) and Sohodol (Szohodol).Show on map
Comuna VorţaVorța (Hungarian: Vorca; German: Wartsdorf) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Certeju de Jos (Alsócsertés), Coaja (Kózsa), Dumești (Dumesd), Luncșoara (Lunksora), Valea Poienii (Füzesdbogara), Visca (Viszka) and Vorța.Show on map
Comuna BăniţaBănia (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
Comuna BucureşciBucureșci (Hungarian: Bukuresd) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Bucureșci, Curechiu (Kurety), Merișor, Rovina and Șesuri (Seszur).Show on map
Oraş UricaniUricani (Romanian pronunciation: [uriˈkanʲ]; Hungarian: Urikány) is a town in the Jiu Valley region of Hunedoara County, in southern Transylvania, Romania. As of 2011 it had a population of 8,618.Show on map
HunedoaraHunedoara (Romanian pronunciation: [huneˈdo̯ara]) is a county (județ) of Romania, in Transylvania, with its capital city at Deva. The county is part of the Euroregion.Show on map
Comuna ToteştiTotești (Hungarian: Totesd) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Cârnești, Copaci, Păclișa (Poklisa), Reea (Rea) and Totești.Show on map
Comuna TurdaşTurda (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈturda]; German: Thorenburg; Hungarian: Torda; historical name: Potaissa) is a city and Municipality in Cluj County, Romania, situated on the Arieş River.Show on map
Comuna BăciaBăcia (Hungarian: Bácsi) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Băcia, Petreni (Petrény), Tâmpa (Tompa) and Totia (Nagytóti).Show on map
Comuna BătrânaBătrâna (Hungarian: Batrina) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Bătrâna, Fața Roșie, Piatra and Răchițaua.Show on map
Municipiul PetroşaniPetroșani (Romanian pronunciation: [petroˈʃanʲ]; German: Petroschen; Hungarian: Petrozsény) is a city in Hunedoara County, Romania, with a population of 34,331 (2011).Show on map
Municipiul BradBrad (Romanian pronunciation: [brad]; Hungarian: Brád; German: Tannenhof) is a city in Hunedoara County in Romania. Its name comes from the Romanian word brad, \"fir\".Show on map
Municipiul OrãştieOrăștie (Romanian pronunciation: [orəʃˈti.e]; German: Broos, Hungarian: Szászváros) is a city in Hunedoara County, south-western Transylvania, Romania.Show on map
Comuna BuceşBuceș (Hungarian: Bucsesd) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Buceș, Buceș-Vulcan, Dupăpiatră (Dupapiátra), Grohoțele, Mihăileni (Miheleny), Stănija (Sztanizsa) and Tarnița.Show on map
Comuna BalşaBalșa (Hungarian: Balsa) is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of fourteen villages: Almașu Mic de Munte (Kisalmás), Ardeu (Erdőfalva), Balșa, Bunești (Bunesd), Galbina (Galbina), Mada (Máda), Oprișești, Poiana (Pojána), Poienița (Váleajepi), Roșia, Stăuini, Techereu (Tekerő), Vălișoara (Porkura) and Voia (Voja).Show on map
Different buildings in Hunedoara
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Hunyad CastleCorvin Castle, also known as Hunyadi Castle or Hunedoara Castle (Romanian: Castelul Huniazilor or Castelul Corvinilor; Hungarian: Vajdahunyadi vár), is a Gothic-Renaissance castle in Hunedoara, Romania. It is one of the largest castles in Europe and figures in a top of seven wonders of Romania.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Hunedoara
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Lacul BucuraLake Bucura is a glacier cirque lake, situated in the Retezat Mountains, in Romania. It is located south of the main ridge, at the base of Peleaga Peak, and at an altitude of about 2,040 m. It is the largest glacier lake in Romania, having an area of over 105,000 square metres. It is 550 m in length, 160 m in width on average, and 225 m maximum width, for a perimeter of 1,390 m. The maximum depth is 15.5 m, and the volume 625,000 m³.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Hunedoara
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Vârful PeleagaPeleaga (Vârful Peleaga) is a mountain in Romania. It is the highest point in the Retezat Mountains with a summit elevation of 2,509 metres above sea level. Peleaga is located in the Romanian county of Hunedoara and lies within the region of Romania known as Transylvania.Show on map
PăpuşaThe Retezat Mountains are some of the highest massifs in Romania, being part of the Southern Carpathians. One of the important peaks is Păpuşa (Varful Păpuşa), with a height of 2,508 metres (8,228 ft). The Retezat Mountains have many glacial lakes, including the largest one in Romania, Bucura Lake (lacul Bucura), which covers 8.9 hectares (22 acres) and is situated at an altitude of 2,030 metres (6,660 ft). The area also contains the Retezat National Park, Romania's first national park.Show on map
Parângul MareParângu Mare (Romanian pronunciation: [paˈrɨŋ̩ɡu ˈmare], \"Big Parângu\") is a mountain peak in Romania. At 2,519 metres above sea level, it is the highest peak of the Parâng Mountains, located in the Parâng Mountains group of the Southern Carpathians. It is situated on the border of the Romanian counties of Gorj and Hunedoara. It is the most prominent peak in Romania (2,103 m), its parent mountain being Gerlach (2,655 m) in Slovakia.Show on map
RetezatThe Retezat National Park (Romanian: Parcul Naţional Retezat) is a protected area (national park category II IUCN) located in the Retezat Mountains in Hunedoara county, Romania.Show on map