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Iași ([ˈjaʃʲ]) is a county (județ) of Romania, in Moldavia, with the administrative seat at Iași. It is the most populous county in Romania, after the Municipality of Bucharest (which has the same administrative level as that of a county).
Cities, towns & villages in Iasi
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IaşiIași ([jaʃʲ] (13px listen); also referred to as Jassy or Iassy) is the largest city in eastern Romania and the seat of Iași County. Located in the historical region of Moldavia, Iași has traditionally been one of the leading centres of Romanian social, cultural, academic and artistic life. The city was the capital of the Principality of Moldavia from 1564 to 1859, then of the United Principalities from 1859 to 1862, and the capital of Romania from 1916 to 1918. Show Iaşion the map
CucuteniCucuteni (Romanian pronunciation: [kukuˈtenʲ]) is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania, with a population of 1,446 as of 2002. It is located 45 km from the city of Iaşi and 10 km from the town of Târgu Frumos. Neighbouring villages and communes are Todireşti (to the north), Târgu Frumos and Cotnari (to the east) and Ruginoasa (to the west). The name of the village is derived from Romanian word \"cucută\", meaning hemlock. The commune is composed of four villages: Băiceni, Bărbăteşti, Cucuteni and Săcăreşti. Show Cucutenion the map
CotnariCotnari (Romanian pronunciation: [kotˈnarʲ]) is a village and the center of the eponymous commune in Iaşi County, Romania, in the historical region of Moldavia. It is located north-west of Iaşi and south of Hârlău, in a major wine-producing region of Romania, and is famous for the wine variety known as Grasă de Cotnari. Cârjoaia, the forest of Dumbrava Roșie, and other sites in Cotnari are regional tourist spots. The commune is composed of eleven villages: Bahluiu, Cârjoaia, Cireșeni, Cotnari, Făgăt, Hodora, Horodiștea, Iosupeni, Lupăria, Valea Racului and Zbereni. Show Cotnarion the map
StrungaStrunga (Hungarian: Sztrunga) is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is situated 55 km from Iaşi city. It is composed of eight villages: Brătuleşti, Criveşti, Cucova, Fărcăşeni, Fedeleşeni, Gura Văii, Hăbăşeşti and Strunga. At the 2002 census, 100% of inhabitants were ethnic Romanians. 55.3% were Romanian Orthodox, 43.8% Roman Catholic and 0.6% Seventh-day Adventist. Today Strunga is a resort of local interest. Its mineral waters can be used in the treatment of many diseases. Show Strungaon the map
BelceştiBelcești is a commune in Iași County, Romania, situated on the Bahlui River 44 km from Iași. One of the county's largest communes, with a population of 11,179 in 2002, it is composed of six villages: Belcești, Liteni, Munteni, Satu Nou, Tansa, and Ulmi. In the vicinity of Belcești, the important Tansa-Belcești dam was built on the Bahlui River in order to prevent flooding. Most Belcești residents work in agriculture, with fishing another livelihood. Show Belceştion the map
DagâţaDagâța is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Bălușești, Boatca, Buzdug, Dagâța, Mănăstirea, Piscu Rusului, Poienile, Tarnița and Zece Prăjini. The commune had 4809 people at the 2002 census; of these, 89.8% were ethnic Romanian and 10.2% were Roma. 98.9% of inhabitants were Romanian Orthodox. Zece Prăjini (\"Ten Fields\"), population 400, is the village from which the Roma brass band Fanfare Ciocărlia work. Show Dagâţaon the map
UngheniUngheni (called Bosia until 1996) is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania, part of the Iaşi metropolitan area. It is composed of four villages: Bosia (the commune center), Coada Stâncii, Mânzăteşti and Ungheni. There is a bridge across the Prut and a border checkpoint to Moldova. There is another border town with the same name in the Republic of Moldova (Ungheni), on the other side of the Prut River. Show Unghenion the map
LeţcaniLeţcani is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania, part of the Iaşi metropolitan area. It is composed of four villages: Bogonos, Cogeasca, Cucuteni and Leţcani. Among historians and archaeologists, Leţcani is famous as the place where one of the very few known Gothic runic inscriptions was found, on a spindle whorl dated to the 4th century. Show Leţcanion the map
Târgu FrumosTârgu Frumos (alternative spelling Tîrgu Frumos, Romanian pronunciation: [ˌtɨrɡu fruˈmos], also Târgul / Tîrgul Frumos) is a town in Iaşi County, Moldavia, Romania. As of 2004 it has a population of 13,619. Eleven villages were administered by the town until 2004, when they were split off to form Balş, Costeşti and Ion Neculce Communes. Show Târgu Frumoson the map
CiureaCiurea is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania, part of the Iaşi metropolitan area. Situated 7 km south from the county seat of Iaşi, it is composed of seven villages: Ciurea, Curături, Dumbrava, Hlincea, Lunca Cetăţuii, Picioru Lupului and Slobozia. It also includes the majority-Romani neighborhood of Zanea. Show Ciureaon the map
HârlăuHârlău (also spelled Hîrlău, Romanian pronunciation: [hɨrˈləw]; Hebrew: חרלאו‎‎, German: Harlau, Hungarian: Harló) is a town in Iași County, Moldavia, Romania. As of 2004 the estimated population is 11,271. It was the capital city of Moldova in the 15th century. One village, Pârcovaci, is administered by the town. Show Hârlăuon the map
HorleştiHorleşti is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Bogdăneşti, Horleşti and Scoposeni. At the 2002 census, 100% of inhabitants were ethnic Romanians. 60.4% were Romanian Orthodox, 39% Roman Catholic and 0.6% Seventh-day Adventist. Show Horleştion the map
HorleştiHorleşti is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Bogdăneşti, Horleşti and Scoposeni. At the 2002 census, 100% of inhabitants were ethnic Romanians. 60.4% were Romanian Orthodox, 39% Roman Catholic and 0.6% Seventh-day Adventist. Show Horleştion the map
OţeleniOţeleni (Hungarian: Acélfalva) is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Hândreşti and Oţeleni. At the 2002 census, 99.9% of inhabitants were ethnic Romanians. 58.4% were Roman Catholic, 41.2% Romanian Orthodox and 0.3% Pentecostal. Show Oţelenion the map
MiroslavaMiroslava is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania, part of the Iaşi metropolitan area. It is composed of thirteen villages: Balciu, Brătuleni, Ciurbeşti, Corneşti, Dancaş, Găureni, Horpaz, Miroslava, Proselnici, Uricani, Valea Adâncă, Valea Ursului and Voroveşti. Show Miroslavaon the map
HălăuceştiHălăuceşti (Hungarian: Halasfalva) is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Hălăuceşti and Luncaşi (Lunkás). At the 2002 census, 100% of inhabitants were ethnic Romanians. 88.2% were Roman Catholic and 11.7% Romanian Orthodox. Show Hălăuceştion the map
ŞcheiaŞcheia is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Căueşti, Cioca-Boca, Poiana Şcheii, Satu Nou and Şcheia. It also included Drăguşeni and Frenciugi villages until 2004, when they were split off to form Drăguşeni Commune. Șcheia is one of the few places in Iași County with a notable history in masonry and stone-cutting (one of Romania's oldest monuments is made of Şcheia stone). Show Şcheiaon the map
Ion NeculceIon Neculce is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Buznea, Dădești, Gănești, Ion Neculce, Prigoreni and Războieni. These belonged to Târgu Frumos town until 2004, when they were split off to form a separate commune. Show Ion Neculceon the map
MirceştiMirceşti is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Iugani and Mirceşti. It also included the villages of Izvoarele, Răchiteni and Ursăreşti until 2004, when these were split off to form Răchiteni Commune. Show Mirceştion the map
DrăgușeniDrăguşeni is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania, located on the Stavnic River at 30 km from Iaşi. It is composed of two villages, Drăguşeni and Frenciugi. The villages were part of Şcheia Commune until 2004, when they were split off. Show Drăgușenion the map
VictoriaVictoria is a commune in Iași County, Romania, part of the Iași metropolitan area. It is composed of seven villages: Frăsuleni, Icușeni, Luceni, Sculeni, Stânca, Șendreni and Victoria. Sculeni is a border checkpoint to Moldova. Show Victoriaon the map
PopricaniPopricani is a commune in Iași County, Romania, part of the Iași metropolitan area. It is composed of nine villages: Cârlig, Cotu Morii, Cuza Vodă, Moimești, Popricani, Rediu Mitropoliei, Țipilești, Vânători and Vulturi. Show Popricanion the map
TodireştiTodirești is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Băiceni, Stroești and Todirești. It also included three other villages until 2004, when these were split off to form Hărmănești Commune. Show Todireştion the map
RăchiteniRăchiteni is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Izvoarele, Răchiteni and Ursărești. These belonged to Mircești Commune until 2004, when they were split off to form a separate commune. Show Răchitenion the map
CosteștiCosteşti is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Costeşti and Giurgeşti. These belonged to Târgu Frumos town until 2004, when they were split off to form a separate commune. Show Costeștion the map
Podu IloaieiPodu Iloaiei is a town in Iaşi County, Romania. It has 9,739 inhabitants as of 2002 and was declared a town in 2005. Four villages are administered by the town: Budăi, Cosiţeni, Holm and Scobâlţeni. Show Podu Iloaieion the map
ŢuţoraȚuțora is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Chiperești, Oprișeni and Țuțora. In 2002, it had a population of 2,119. The Battle of Țuțora took place here in 1620. Show Ţuţoraon the map
HolbocaHolboca is a commune in Iași County, Romania, part of the Iași metropolitan area. It is composed of seven villages: Cristești, Dancu, Holboca, Orzeni, Rusenii Noi, Rusenii Vechi and Valea Lungă. Show Holbocaon the map
ŢibanaŢibana is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of ten villages: Alexeni, Domniţa, Gârbeşti, Moara Ciornei, Oproaia, Poiana Mănăstirii, Poiana de Sus, Runcu, Ţibana and Vadu Vejei. Show Ţibanaon the map
BârnovaBârnova is a commune in Iași County, Romania, part of the Iași Metropolitan Area. It is composed of six villages: Bârnova, Cercu, Păun, Pietrăria, Todirel and Vișan. Show Bârnovaon the map
CiohorăniCiohorăni is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Ciohorăni. The commune was formed in 2005, when it split away from Miroslovești. Show Ciohorănion the map
Valea LupuluiValea Lupului is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. From 2004, it is part of the Iaşi metropolitan area. The commune is composed of a single village, Valea Lupului. Show Valea Lupuluion the map
GrajduriGrajduri is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Cărbunari, Corcodel, Grajduri, Lunca, Pădureni, Poiana cu Cetate and Valea Satului. Show Grajdurion the map
ScânteiaScânteia is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Bodești, Boroșești, Ciocârlești, Lunca Rateș, Rediu, Scânteia and Tufeștii de Sus. Show Scânteiaon the map
AroneanuAroneanu is a commune in Iași County, Romania, part of the Iași metropolitan area. It is composed of four villages: Aroneanu, Dorobanț, Rediu Aldei and Șorogari. Show Aroneanuon the map
AndrieşeniAndrieşeni is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Andrieşeni, Buhăeni, Drăgăneşti, Fântânele, Glăvăneşti, Iepureni and Spineni. Show Andrieşenion the map
TomeştiTomești is a commune in Iași County, Romania, part of the Iași metropolitan area. It is composed of four villages: Chicerea, Goruni, Tomești and Vlădiceni. Show Tomeştion the map
MogoşeştiMogoșești, also known as Mogoșești-Iași, is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Budești, Hadâmbu, Mânjești and Mogoșești. Show Mogoşeştion the map
BălţaţiBălțați is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Bălțați, Cotârgaci, Filiași, Mădârjești, Podișu, Sârca and Valea Oilor. Show Bălţaţion the map
Alexandru I. CuzaAlexandru Ioan Cuza is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Alexandru Ioan Cuza, Kogălniceni, Şcheia and Volintireşti. Show Alexandru I. Cuzaon the map
VlădeniVlădeni is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Alexandru cel Bun, Borșa, Broșteni, Iacobeni, Vâlcelele and Vlădeni. Show Vlădenion the map
Mogoşeşti-SiretMogoșești-Siret is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Mogoșești-Siret, Muncelu de Sus and Tudor Vladimirescu. Show Mogoşeşti-Sireton the map
VânătoriVânători is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Crivești, Gura Bâdiliței, Hârtoape, Vânători and Vlădnicuț. Show Vânătorion the map
VoineştiVoinești is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Lungani, Schitu Stavnic, Slobozia, Vocotești and Voinești. Show Voineştion the map
PopeştiPopeşti is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Doroşcani, Hărpăşeşti, Obrijeni, Pădureni, Popeşti and Vama. Show Popeştion the map
GorbanGorban is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Gorban, Gura Bohotin, Podu Hagiului, Scoposeni and Zberoaia. Show Gorbanon the map
GropniţaGropniţa is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Bulbucani, Forăşti, Gropniţa, Mălăeşti, Săveni and Sângeri. Show Gropniţaon the map
ŞipoteŞipote is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Chişcăreni, Hălceni, Iazu Nou, Iazu Vechi, Mitoc and Şipote. Show Şipoteon the map
LespeziLespezi is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Buda, Bursuc-Deal, Bursuc-Vale, Dumbrava, Heci and Lespezi. Show Lespezion the map
Stolniceni-Prăjescu is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Brăteşti, Cozmeşti and Show Stolniceni-Prăjescuon the map
ŢigănaşiŢigănaşi is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Cârniceni, Mihail Kogălniceanu, Stejarii and Ţigănaşi. Show Ţigănaşion the map
ErbiceniErbiceni is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Bârleşti, Erbiceni, Spinoasa, Sprânceana and Totoeşti. Show Erbicenion the map
DeleniDeleni is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Deleni, Feredeni, Leahu-Nacu, Maxut, Poiana and Slobozia. Show Delenion the map
CiorteştiCiorteşti is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Ciorteşti, Coropceni, Deleni, Rotăria and Şerbeşti. Show Ciorteştion the map
BivolariBivolari is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Bivolari, Buruienești, Soloneț, Tabăra and Traian. Show Bivolarion the map
CepleniţaCepleniţa is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Buhalniţa, Cepleniţa, Poiana Mărului and Zlodica. Show Cepleniţaon the map
CozmeştiCozmeşti is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Cozmeşti, Podolenii de Jos and Podolenii de Sus. Show Cozmeştion the map
SireţelSirețel is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Berezlogi, Humosu, Satu Nou, Slobozia and Sirețel. Show Sireţelon the map
ScobinţiScobinți is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Bădeni, Fetești, Scobinți, Sticlăria and Zagavia. Show Scobinţion the map
DumeştiDumeşti is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Banu, Chilişoaia, Dumeşti, Hoiseşti and Păuşeşti. Show Dumeştion the map
MovileniMovileni is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Iepureni, Larga-Jijia, Movileni and Potângeni. Show Movilenion the map
TătăruşiTătăruși is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Iorcani, Pietrosu, Tătăruși, Uda and Vâlcica. Show Tătăruşion the map
Coarnele CapreiCoarnele Caprei is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Arama, Coarnele Caprei and Petroşica. Show Coarnele Capreion the map
BlândeştiBlândești is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Blândești, Cerchejeni and Şoldăneşti. Show Blândeştion the map
BrăeştiBrăești is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Albești, Brăești, Buda, Cristești and Rediu. Show Brăeştion the map
MironeasaMironeasa is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Mironeasa, Schitu Hadâmbului and Urşiţa. Show Mironeasaon the map
RuginoasaRuginoasa is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Dumbrăvița, Rediu, Ruginoasa and Vascani. Show Ruginoasaon the map
RăducăneniRăducăneni is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Bohotin, Isaiia, Răducăneni and Roşu. Show Răducănenion the map
CostuleniCostuleni is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Costuleni, Covasna, Cozia and Hiliţa. Show Costulenion the map
Valea SeacăValea Seacă is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Conţeşti, Topile and Valea Seacă. Show Valea Seacăon the map
GrozeştiGrozeşti is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Colţu Cornii, Grozeşti and Sălăgeni. Show Grozeştion the map
IpateleIpatele is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Alexești, Bâcu, Cuza Vodă and Ipatele. Show Ipateleon the map
SineştiSineşti is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Bocniţa, Osoi, Sineşti and Storneşti. Show Sineştion the map
PrisăcaniPrisăcani is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Măcărești, Moreni and Prisăcani. Show Prisăcanion the map
DolheştiDolhești is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Brădicești, Dolhești and Pietriș. Show Dolheştion the map
ComarnaComarna is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Comarna, Curagău, Osoi and Stânca. Show Comarnaon the map
LunganiLungani is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Crucea, Goeşti, Lungani and Zmeu. Show Lunganion the map
MădârjacMădârjac is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Bojila, Frumuşica and Mădârjac. Show Mădârjacon the map
RomâneştiRomânești is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Avântu, Românești and Ursoaia. Show Româneştion the map
FocuriFocuri is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Focuri (Romanian for \"fires\"). Show Focurion the map
PlugariPlugari is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Borosoaia, Onești and Plugari. Show Plugarion the map
ProbotaProbota is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Bălteni, Perieni and Probota. Show Probotaon the map
CristeştiCristești is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Cristești and Homița. Show Cristeştion the map
RoșcaniRoşcani is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Rădeni and Roşcani. Show Roșcanion the map
ButeaButea is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Butea and Miclăuşeni. Show Buteaon the map
MoţcaMoţca is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Boureni and Moţca. Show Moţcaon the map
TansaTansa is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Suhuleț and Tansa. Show Tansaon the map
DobrovăţDobrovăț is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Dobrovăț. Show Dobrovăţon the map
MoşnaMoşna is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Moşna. Show Moşnaon the map
ŢibăneştiȚibănești is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Glodenii Gândului, Griești, Jigoreni, Răsboieni, Recea, Țibănești, Tungujei and Vălenii. Show Ţibăneştion the map
States, regions, administrative units in Iasi
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Municipiul IaşiIași ([jaʃʲ] (13px listen); also referred to as Jassy or Iassy) is the largest city in eastern Romania and the seat of Iași County. Located in the historical region of Moldavia, Iași has traditionally been one of the leading centres of Romanian social, cultural, academic and artistic life. The city was the capital of the Principality of Moldavia from 1564 to 1859, then of the United Principalities from 1859 to 1862, and the capital of Romania from 1916 to 1918.Show on map
Comuna CucuteniCucuteni (Romanian pronunciation: [kukuˈtenʲ]) is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania, with a population of 1,446 as of 2002. It is located 45 km from the city of Iaşi and 10 km from the town of Târgu Frumos. Neighbouring villages and communes are Todireşti (to the north), Târgu Frumos and Cotnari (to the east) and Ruginoasa (to the west). The name of the village is derived from Romanian word \"cucută\", meaning hemlock. The commune is composed of four villages: Băiceni, Bărbăteşti, Cucuteni and Săcăreşti.Show on map
Comuna CotnariCotnari (Romanian pronunciation: [kotˈnarʲ]) is a village and the center of the eponymous commune in Iaşi County, Romania, in the historical region of Moldavia. It is located north-west of Iaşi and south of Hârlău, in a major wine-producing region of Romania, and is famous for the wine variety known as Grasă de Cotnari. Cârjoaia, the forest of Dumbrava Roșie, and other sites in Cotnari are regional tourist spots. The commune is composed of eleven villages: Bahluiu, Cârjoaia, Cireșeni, Cotnari, Făgăt, Hodora, Horodiștea, Iosupeni, Lupăria, Valea Racului and Zbereni.Show on map
Comuna StrungaStrunga (Hungarian: Sztrunga) is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is situated 55 km from Iaşi city. It is composed of eight villages: Brătuleşti, Criveşti, Cucova, Fărcăşeni, Fedeleşeni, Gura Văii, Hăbăşeşti and Strunga. At the 2002 census, 100% of inhabitants were ethnic Romanians. 55.3% were Romanian Orthodox, 43.8% Roman Catholic and 0.6% Seventh-day Adventist. Today Strunga is a resort of local interest. Its mineral waters can be used in the treatment of many diseases.Show on map
Comuna BelceştiBelcești is a commune in Iași County, Romania, situated on the Bahlui River 44 km from Iași. One of the county's largest communes, with a population of 11,179 in 2002, it is composed of six villages: Belcești, Liteni, Munteni, Satu Nou, Tansa, and Ulmi. In the vicinity of Belcești, the important Tansa-Belcești dam was built on the Bahlui River in order to prevent flooding. Most Belcești residents work in agriculture, with fishing another livelihood.Show on map
Comuna DagâţaDagâța is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Bălușești, Boatca, Buzdug, Dagâța, Mănăstirea, Piscu Rusului, Poienile, Tarnița and Zece Prăjini. The commune had 4809 people at the 2002 census; of these, 89.8% were ethnic Romanian and 10.2% were Roma. 98.9% of inhabitants were Romanian Orthodox. Zece Prăjini (\"Ten Fields\"), population 400, is the village from which the Roma brass band Fanfare Ciocărlia work.Show on map
Comuna UngheniUngheni (called Bosia until 1996) is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania, part of the Iaşi metropolitan area. It is composed of four villages: Bosia (the commune center), Coada Stâncii, Mânzăteşti and Ungheni. There is a bridge across the Prut and a border checkpoint to Moldova. There is another border town with the same name in the Republic of Moldova (Ungheni), on the other side of the Prut River.Show on map
Municipiul PaşcaniPașcani (Romanian pronunciation: [paʃˈkanʲ]) is a city in Iași County in the Moldavia region of Romania, on the Siret river. As of 2011, it has a population of 33,745. Five villages are administered by the city: Blăgești, Boșteni, Gâstești, Lunca and Sodomeni. The city derived its name from the estate of the boyar Oană Pașca. It is the city where Mihail Sadoveanu's novel The Place Where Nothing Happened takes place. An important local site is the Church of the Holy Archangels.Show on map
Comuna LeţcaniLeţcani is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania, part of the Iaşi metropolitan area. It is composed of four villages: Bogonos, Cogeasca, Cucuteni and Leţcani. Among historians and archaeologists, Leţcani is famous as the place where one of the very few known Gothic runic inscriptions was found, on a spindle whorl dated to the 4th century.Show on map
Oraş Târgu FrumosTârgu Frumos (alternative spelling Tîrgu Frumos, Romanian pronunciation: [ˌtɨrɡu fruˈmos], also Târgul / Tîrgul Frumos) is a town in Iaşi County, Moldavia, Romania. As of 2004 it has a population of 13,619. Eleven villages were administered by the town until 2004, when they were split off to form Balş, Costeşti and Ion Neculce Communes.Show on map
Comuna CiureaCiurea is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania, part of the Iaşi metropolitan area. Situated 7 km south from the county seat of Iaşi, it is composed of seven villages: Ciurea, Curături, Dumbrava, Hlincea, Lunca Cetăţuii, Picioru Lupului and Slobozia. It also includes the majority-Romani neighborhood of Zanea.Show on map
Oraş HârlãuHârlău (also spelled Hîrlău, Romanian pronunciation: [hɨrˈləw]; Hebrew: חרלאו‎‎, German: Harlau, Hungarian: Harló) is a town in Iași County, Moldavia, Romania. As of 2004 the estimated population is 11,271. It was the capital city of Moldova in the 15th century. One village, Pârcovaci, is administered by the town.Show on map
Comuna HorleştiHorleşti is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Bogdăneşti, Horleşti and Scoposeni. At the 2002 census, 100% of inhabitants were ethnic Romanians. 60.4% were Romanian Orthodox, 39% Roman Catholic and 0.6% Seventh-day Adventist.Show on map
Comuna OţeleniOţeleni (Hungarian: Acélfalva) is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Hândreşti and Oţeleni. At the 2002 census, 99.9% of inhabitants were ethnic Romanians. 58.4% were Roman Catholic, 41.2% Romanian Orthodox and 0.3% Pentecostal.Show on map
Comuna MiroslavaMiroslava is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania, part of the Iaşi metropolitan area. It is composed of thirteen villages: Balciu, Brătuleni, Ciurbeşti, Corneşti, Dancaş, Găureni, Horpaz, Miroslava, Proselnici, Uricani, Valea Adâncă, Valea Ursului and Voroveşti.Show on map
Comuna HălăuceştiHălăuceşti (Hungarian: Halasfalva) is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Hălăuceşti and Luncaşi (Lunkás). At the 2002 census, 100% of inhabitants were ethnic Romanians. 88.2% were Roman Catholic and 11.7% Romanian Orthodox.Show on map
Comuna ScheiaŞcheia is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Căueşti, Cioca-Boca, Poiana Şcheii, Satu Nou and Şcheia. It also included Drăguşeni and Frenciugi villages until 2004, when they were split off to form Drăguşeni Commune. Șcheia is one of the few places in Iași County with a notable history in masonry and stone-cutting (one of Romania's oldest monuments is made of Şcheia stone).Show on map
Comuna Ion NeculceIon Neculce is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Buznea, Dădești, Gănești, Ion Neculce, Prigoreni and Războieni. These belonged to Târgu Frumos town until 2004, when they were split off to form a separate commune.Show on map
Judeţul IaşiIași (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈjaʃʲ]) is a county (județ) of Romania, in Moldavia, with the administrative seat at Iași. It is the most populous county in Romania, after the Municipality of Bucharest (which has the same administrative level as that of a county).Show on map
Comuna MirceştiMirceşti is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Iugani and Mirceşti. It also included the villages of Izvoarele, Răchiteni and Ursăreşti until 2004, when these were split off to form Răchiteni Commune.Show on map
Comuna DrăguşeniDrăguşeni is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania, located on the Stavnic River at 30 km from Iaşi. It is composed of two villages, Drăguşeni and Frenciugi. The villages were part of Şcheia Commune until 2004, when they were split off.Show on map
Comuna HărmăneştiHărmăneşti is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Boldeşti, Hărmăneştii Noi and Hărmăneştii Vechi (the commune center). These were part of Todireşti Commune until 2004, when they were split off.Show on map
Comuna VictoriaVictoria is a commune in Iași County, Romania, part of the Iași metropolitan area. It is composed of seven villages: Frăsuleni, Icușeni, Luceni, Sculeni, Stânca, Șendreni and Victoria. Sculeni is a border checkpoint to Moldova.Show on map
Comuna MirosloveştiMiroslovești is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Miroslovești, Mitești, Soci and Verșeni. Ciohorăni was also part of Miroslovești until 2005, when it split away to form a separate commune.Show on map
Comuna GolãieştiGolăiești is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Bran, Cilibiu, Cotu lui Ivan, Golăiești, Grădinari, Medeleni, Petrești and Podu Jijiei. Composer Valentin Radu is a native of the commune.Show on map
Comuna PopricaniPopricani is a commune in Iași County, Romania, part of the Iași metropolitan area. It is composed of nine villages: Cârlig, Cotu Morii, Cuza Vodă, Moimești, Popricani, Rediu Mitropoliei, Țipilești, Vânători and Vulturi.Show on map
Comuna TodireştiTodirești is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Băiceni, Stroești and Todirești. It also included three other villages until 2004, when these were split off to form Hărmănești Commune.Show on map
Comuna RăchiţeniRăchiteni is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Izvoarele, Răchiteni and Ursărești. These belonged to Mircești Commune until 2004, when they were split off to form a separate commune.Show on map
Comuna BalşBalș is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Balș, Boureni and Coasta Măgurii. These belonged to Târgu Frumos town until 2004, when they were split off to form a separate commune.Show on map
Comuna Schitu-DucaSchitu Duca is a commune in Iași County, Romania, part of the Iași metropolitan area. It is composed of eight villages: Blaga, Dumitreștii Gălății, Pocreaca, Poiana, Poieni, Satu Nou, Schitu Duca and Slobozia.Show on map
Comuna CosteştiCosteşti is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Costeşti and Giurgeşti. These belonged to Târgu Frumos town until 2004, when they were split off to form a separate commune.Show on map
Oraş Podu IloaieiPodu Iloaiei is a town in Iaşi County, Romania. It has 9,739 inhabitants as of 2002 and was declared a town in 2005. Four villages are administered by the town: Budăi, Cosiţeni, Holm and Scobâlţeni.Show on map
Comuna ŢuţoraȚuțora is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Chiperești, Oprișeni and Țuțora. In 2002, it had a population of 2,119. The Battle of Țuțora took place here in 1620.Show on map
Comuna HolbocaHolboca is a commune in Iași County, Romania, part of the Iași metropolitan area. It is composed of seven villages: Cristești, Dancu, Holboca, Orzeni, Rusenii Noi, Rusenii Vechi and Valea Lungă.Show on map
Comuna ŢibanaŢibana is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of ten villages: Alexeni, Domniţa, Gârbeşti, Moara Ciornei, Oproaia, Poiana Mănăstirii, Poiana de Sus, Runcu, Ţibana and Vadu Vejei.Show on map
Comuna TrifeştiTrifeşti is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Hermeziu, Trifeşti, Vladomira and Zaboloteni. Hermeziu village was the ancestral home of the Negruzzi family.Show on map
Comuna BârnovaBârnova is a commune in Iași County, Romania, part of the Iași Metropolitan Area. It is composed of six villages: Bârnova, Cercu, Păun, Pietrăria, Todirel and Vișan.Show on map
Comuna CiohorãniCiohorăni is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Ciohorăni. The commune was formed in 2005, when it split away from Miroslovești.Show on map
Comuna Valea LupuluiValea Lupului is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. From 2004, it is part of the Iaşi metropolitan area. The commune is composed of a single village, Valea Lupului.Show on map
Comuna GrajduriGrajduri is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Cărbunari, Corcodel, Grajduri, Lunca, Pădureni, Poiana cu Cetate and Valea Satului.Show on map
Comuna ScânteiaScânteia is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Bodești, Boroșești, Ciocârlești, Lunca Rateș, Rediu, Scânteia and Tufeștii de Sus.Show on map
Comuna AroneanuAroneanu is a commune in Iași County, Romania, part of the Iași metropolitan area. It is composed of four villages: Aroneanu, Dorobanț, Rediu Aldei and Șorogari.Show on map
Comuna AndrieşeniAndrieşeni is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Andrieşeni, Buhăeni, Drăgăneşti, Fântânele, Glăvăneşti, Iepureni and Spineni.Show on map
Comuna TomeştiTomești is a commune in Iași County, Romania, part of the Iași metropolitan area. It is composed of four villages: Chicerea, Goruni, Tomești and Vlădiceni.Show on map
Comuna MogoşeştiMogoșești, also known as Mogoșești-Iași, is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Budești, Hadâmbu, Mânjești and Mogoșești.Show on map
Comuna BălţaţiBălțați is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Bălțați, Cotârgaci, Filiași, Mădârjești, Podișu, Sârca and Valea Oilor.Show on map
Comuna VlădeniVlădeni is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Alexandru cel Bun, Borșa, Broșteni, Iacobeni, Vâlcelele and Vlădeni.Show on map
Comuna Mogoşeşti-SiretMogoșești-Siret is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Mogoșești-Siret, Muncelu de Sus and Tudor Vladimirescu.Show on map
Comuna VânãtoriVânători is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Crivești, Gura Bâdiliței, Hârtoape, Vânători and Vlădnicuț.Show on map
Comuna VoineştiVoinești is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Lungani, Schitu Stavnic, Slobozia, Vocotești and Voinești.Show on map
Comuna GropniţaGropniţa is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Bulbucani, Forăşti, Gropniţa, Mălăeşti, Săveni and Sângeri.Show on map
Comuna GorbanGorban is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Gorban, Gura Bohotin, Podu Hagiului, Scoposeni and Zberoaia.Show on map
Comuna PopeştiPopeşti is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Doroşcani, Hărpăşeşti, Obrijeni, Pădureni, Popeşti and Vama.Show on map
Comuna LespeziLespezi is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Buda, Bursuc-Deal, Bursuc-Vale, Dumbrava, Heci and Lespezi.Show on map
Comuna ŞipoteŞipote is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Chişcăreni, Hălceni, Iazu Nou, Iazu Vechi, Mitoc and Şipote.Show on map
Comuna Stolniceni-Prăjescuis a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Brăteşti, Cozmeşti andShow on map
Comuna ŢigănaşiŢigănaşi is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Cârniceni, Mihail Kogălniceanu, Stejarii and Ţigănaşi.Show on map
Comuna ErbiceniErbiceni is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Bârleşti, Erbiceni, Spinoasa, Sprânceana and Totoeşti.Show on map
Comuna DeleniDeleni is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Deleni, Feredeni, Leahu-Nacu, Maxut, Poiana and Slobozia.Show on map
Comuna CiorteştiCiorteşti is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Ciorteşti, Coropceni, Deleni, Rotăria and Şerbeşti.Show on map
Comuna CepleniţaCepleniţa is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Buhalniţa, Cepleniţa, Poiana Mărului and Zlodica.Show on map
Comuna BivolariBivolari is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Bivolari, Buruienești, Soloneț, Tabăra and Traian.Show on map
Comuna CozmeştiCozmeşti is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Cozmeşti, Podolenii de Jos and Podolenii de Sus.Show on map
Comuna SireţelSirețel is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Berezlogi, Humosu, Satu Nou, Slobozia and Sirețel.Show on map
Comuna ScobinţiScobinți is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Bădeni, Fetești, Scobinți, Sticlăria and Zagavia.Show on map
Comuna DumeştiDumeşti is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Banu, Chilişoaia, Dumeşti, Hoiseşti and Păuşeşti.Show on map
Comuna HeleşteniHeleşteni is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Hărmăneasa, Heleşteni, Movileni and Oboroceni.Show on map
Comuna MovileniMovileni is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Iepureni, Larga-Jijia, Movileni and Potângeni.Show on map
Comuna TătăruşiTătăruși is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Iorcani, Pietrosu, Tătăruși, Uda and Vâlcica.Show on map
Comuna Coarnele CapreiCoarnele Caprei is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Arama, Coarnele Caprei and Petroşica.Show on map
Comuna BrăeştiBrăești is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Albești, Brăești, Buda, Cristești and Rediu.Show on map
Comuna RuginoasaRuginoasa is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Dumbrăvița, Rediu, Ruginoasa and Vascani.Show on map
Comuna MironeasaMironeasa is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Mironeasa, Schitu Hadâmbului and Urşiţa.Show on map
Comuna RăducăneniRăducăneni is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Bohotin, Isaiia, Răducăneni and Roşu.Show on map
Comuna CostuleniCostuleni is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Costuleni, Covasna, Cozia and Hiliţa.Show on map
Comuna Valea SeacăValea Seacă is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Conţeşti, Topile and Valea Seacă.Show on map
Comuna GrozeştiGrozeşti is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Colţu Cornii, Grozeşti and Sălăgeni.Show on map
Comuna IpateleIpatele is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Alexești, Bâcu, Cuza Vodă and Ipatele.Show on map
Comuna SineştiSineşti is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Bocniţa, Osoi, Sineşti and Storneşti.Show on map
Comuna PrisăcaniPrisăcani is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Măcărești, Moreni and Prisăcani.Show on map
Comuna DolheştiDolhești is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Brădicești, Dolhești and Pietriș.Show on map
Comuna ComarnaComarna is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Comarna, Curagău, Osoi and Stânca.Show on map
Comuna MădârjacMădârjac is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Bojila, Frumuşica and Mădârjac.Show on map
Comuna LunganiLungani is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Crucea, Goeşti, Lungani and Zmeu.Show on map
Comuna RomâneştiRomânești is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Avântu, Românești and Ursoaia.Show on map
Comuna FocuriFocuri is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Focuri (Romanian for \"fires\").Show on map
Comuna PlugariPlugari is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Borosoaia, Onești and Plugari.Show on map
Comuna ProbotaProbota is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Bălteni, Perieni and Probota.Show on map
Comuna CristeştiCristești is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Cristești and Homița.Show on map
Comuna RoşcaniRoşcani is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Rădeni and Roşcani.Show on map
Comuna ButeaButea is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Butea and Miclăuşeni.Show on map
Comuna TansaTansa is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Suhuleț and Tansa.Show on map
Comuna MoţcaMoţca is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Boureni and Moţca.Show on map
Comuna FântâneleFântânele is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Fântânele.Show on map
Comuna DobrovăţDobrovăț is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Dobrovăț.Show on map
Comuna MoşnaMoşna is a commune in Iaşi County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Moşna.Show on map
Comuna ŢibăneştiȚibănești is a commune in Iași County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Glodenii Gândului, Griești, Jigoreni, Răsboieni, Recea, Țibănești, Tungujei and Vălenii.Show on map
Different buildings in Iasi
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Iași International AirportIași International Airport (IATA: IAS, ICAO: LRIA) is an international airport located near Iași, Romania, 8 km (5 mi) east of the city centre. One of the oldest accredited airports in Romania, Iași Airport is the fourth busiest airport in Romania in terms of passengers' traffic, and the most important airport in the historical region of Moldavia.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Iasi
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JijiaThe Jijia (Ukrainian: Жижія Zhyzhiya) is a river in Ukraine and the Moldavia region of Romania. It rises in Ukraine at an altitude of 410 metres, flows south in Botoșani County through the town of Dorohoi and meets the Prut in Gorban, Iași County. It has a length of 287 km (178 mi) and a drainage area of 5,757 km2 (2,223 sq mi). Major tributaries are the rivers Sitna, Miletin and Bahlui.Show on map