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Maramureș ([maraˈmureʃ]) is a county (județ) of Romania, in the Maramureș region. The county seat is Baia Mare.
Cities, towns & villages in Maramures
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Târgu LăpuşTârgu Lăpuș (Romanian pronunciation: [ˌtɨrɡu ləˈpuʃ]; Hungarian: Magyarlápos; German: Laposch) is a town in Maramureş County, northern Transylvania, Romania, on the river Lăpuș. In 2011, it had a population of 11,744. Of these, 86.5% were Romanians, 12.4% Hungarians and 1% Roma. 74.5% belonged to the Romanian Orthodox Church, 10.1% to the Reformed Church, 7.3% were Pentecostal, 4% Greek-Catholic and 2.7% Roman Catholic. \n* Reformed church (18th century) \n* Roman Catholic church (1831) \n* Old school (1858) \n* Police station and former town hall (19th century) Show Târgu Lăpuşon the map
Baia SprieBaia Sprie (Romanian pronunciation: [ˌbaja ˈspri.e] (13px listen); Hungarian: Felsőbánya, German: Mittelstadt) is a town in the Maramureş County, northern Romania. The Hungarian version of the town's name means \"Upper Mine\". Baia Sprie is situated at a distance of 9 km from Baia Mare. The town administers three villages: Chiuzbaia (Kisbánya), Satu Nou de Sus (Felsőújfalu) and Tăuții de Sus (Giródtótfalu). Neighbouring communities are the city of Baia Mare and the villages of Groși, Dumbrăvița, Șisești and Desești. Show Baia Sprieon the map
LăpuşLăpuş (formerly Lăpuşul Românesc; Hungarian: Oláhlápos) is a commune in Maramureş County, Transylvania, Romania, on the Lăpuș River, at 12 km from the town of Târgu Lăpuş. It is composed of a single village, Lăpuş. Etymologically, its name appears to come from the Hungarian lápos (i.e. \"flatland, bog, muddy place\"). Its existence is attested, under the name of Dragosfálva, in 1293, in an edict through which the land of Lápos is given by the king of Hungary to one Denis Tomaj, from the nation of the Patzinaks, although there are traces of habitation in the area as early as the Bronze Age. It was a famous anti-communist resistance area after WWII (1949-1953). Show Lăpuşon the map
BârsanaBârsana (Hungarian: Barcánfalva) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Bârsana and Nănești (Nánfalva). It also included Onceşti village until 2004, when it was split off to form a separate commune. As of 2002, Bârsana had 6,352 inhabitants, all but ten of whom were ethnic Romanians. 86.7% were Romanian Orthodox, 7.8% Greek-Catholic and 3.1% Pentecostal. Show Bârsanaon the map
BorşaBorșa (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈborʃa]; Hungarian: Borsa, German: Borscha, Yiddish: בורשא‎ Borsha) is a town in eastern Maramureş County, northern Romania, in the valley of the Vişeu River and near the Prislop Pass. Linking Transylvania to Bukovina, Prislop Pass is surrounded by the Rodna and Maramureş Mountains, both ranges of the Carpathians. The highest peak in the region is Pietrosul Rodnei — 2,303 meters. The Rodna National Park (which has an area of 463 km²) can be accessed from Borșa. The town is home to a wooden church, built in 1718. It administers one village, Băile Borșa. Show Borşaon the map
ArdusatArdusat (Hungarian: Erdőszáda) is a commune in western Maramureş County, Romania on the banks of the Someş River, near the border with Satu Mare County. The first record of its existence dates back to 1230. It is composed of three villages: Ardusat, Arieşu de Câmp (Mezőaranyos) and Colţirea (Kolcér). Ethnographically it belongs to \"Ţara Codrului\" (The Forest Land), with which it shares numerous cultural traditions. The local Ardusat Choir has been the best in Romania for decades, and has won numerous prizes at Italian, Eastern European and American contests. Show Ardusaton the map
Câmpulung la TisaCâmpulung la Tisa (Hungarian: Hosszúmező; Ukrainian: Довге Поле) is a commune in Maramureş County, northern Romania. It is composed of a single village, Câmpulung la Tisa. At the 2011 census, 71.4% of inhabitants were Hungarians, 23.7% Romanians, 3.9% Roma and 0.9% Ukrainians. At the 2002 census, 44.6% were Reformed, 22.3% Romanian Orthodox, 14.2% Greek-Catholic, 12.6% Roman Catholic and 1.7% Adventist. It is the birthplace of the former Romanian football player Emerich Dembrovschi, who scored a goal against Pelé's Brazil at the 1970 FIFA World Cup. Show Câmpulung la Tisaon the map
Rona de SusRona de Sus (Hungarian: Felsőróna; German: Oberrohnen; Ukrainian: Bишня Рівня) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of two villages: Coștiui (Rónaszék; Rohnen; Коштіль) and Rona de Sus.The first documentary attestation is 14 mai 1360 in a document emitted by king Louis the Great of Hungary. At the 2011 census, 86.4% of inhabitants were Ukrainians, 8.5% Hungarians and 5% Romanians. At the 2002 census, 72.9% were Ukrainian Orthodox, 10.8% stated they belonged to another religion, 8.6% were Roman Catholic and 4.8% Greek-Catholic. Show Rona de Suson the map
Poienile IzeiPoienile Izei (Hungarian: Sajómező) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. The commune is composed of a single village, Poienile Izei, which was part of Botiza Commune until being split off in 1995. At the 2002 census, 99.9% of inhabitants were Romanians and 0.1% Ukrainians. 100% were Romanian Orthodox. The commune's Saint Parascheva Church was built in 1700 and is one of eight Wooden Churches of Maramureş that are listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Show Poienile Izeion the map
ȘiseștiȘișești (Hungarian: Lacfalu) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Bontăieni (Pusztatelek), Cetățele (Györkefalva), Dănești (Bajfalu), Negreia (Nyegrefalva), Plopiș (Nyárfás), Șișești and Șurdești (Dióshalom). In 2002, the commune had a population of 5479, of whom 99.6% were ethnic Romanians. 55.3% were Romanian Orthodox, 40.7% were Greek-Catholic, and 2.5% were Pentecostal. Show Șiseștion the map
Poienile de sub MuntePoienile de sub Munte (Ukrainian: Русь Поляни, Поляни or Полонина; Hungarian: Ruszpolyána or Havasmező; Polish: Ruska Polana; German: Reußenau; Hebrew: is a commune in Maramureş County, northern Romania. It is one of the oldest places in Maramureş, being mentioned for the first time in 1353. It is the biggest commune in the county and is composed of a single village, Poienile de sub Munte. Show Poienile de sub Munteon the map
SăcelSăcel (Hungarian: Izaszacsal, Yiddish: סיטשל‎) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. Composed of a single village, Săcel, it is the last locality up the Iza Valley. From here one can get to the Vişeu Valley through Dealul Moiseiului Pass (towards the northeast) and to Transylvania (specifically Năsăud, towards the south) through Dealul Ştefāniţei Pass, which separates the Ţibleş and Rodna Mountains. Show Săcelon the map
MoiseiMoisei (Hungarian: Majszin) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. Composed of a single village, Moisei, it is one of the oldest communes in Maramureş County, first attested in 1213. This place is well known for the monastery near the village, founded in 1672. It is the site of the Moisei massacre which occurred on October 14, 1944, when 39 Romanians and 3 Jews were killed by the Hungarian Army. Show Moiseion the map
UlmeniUlmeni (formerly Şilimeghiu; Hungarian: Sülelmed; German: Ulmendorf) is a town in Maramureş County, northwestern Romania. It is located on the left bank of the Someş river. It was declared a town in 2004. The town administers seven villages: Arduzel (Szamosardó), Chelinţa (Kelence), Mânău (Monó), Someş-Uileac (Szilágyújlak), Tohat (Szamostóhát), Ţicău (Szamoscikó) and Vicea (Vicsa). Show Ulmenion the map
Suciu de SusSuciu de Sus (Hungarian: Felsőszőcs) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Larga (Tágfalva), Suciu de Jos (Alsószőcs) and Suciu de Sus. In 2002, the commune had 6,222 residents. They were 96.1% Romanians, 2.3% Hungarians and 1.6% Roma. 91.9% were Romanian Orthodox, 3.3% Greek-Catholic, 2.6% Roman Catholic and 2% Pentecostal. \n* Entrance into Suciu de Sus \n* Orthodox church (Suciu de Sus) \n* Greek-Catholic church (Suciu de Sus) \n* Statue of Atanasie Moţ Dâmbul, local hero in the 1848 Revolution (Suciu de Sus) \n* Greek-Catholic church, used by Orthodox (Suciu de Jos) Show Suciu de Suson the map
Ocna ŞugatagOcna Șugatag (Hungarian: Aknasugatag; Ukrainian: is a commune in Maramureș County, northern Romania. It is composed of four villages: Breb (Bréb), Hoteni (Hotinka), Ocna Șugatag and Sat-Șugatag (Falusugatag). A health resort, it is well known for its salt water. At the 2011 census, 89.2% of inhabitants were Romanians, 8.3% Hungarians and 2.3% Roma. \n* Roman Catholic church, Ocna Șugatag village \n* Wooden Orthodox church, Ocna Șugatag \n* Spa, Ocna Șugatag \n* Wooden church, Sat-Șugatag (1642) \n* Wooden church, Hoteni (1790) \n* Wooden church, Breb (1531) Show Ocna Şugatagon the map
ColtăuColtău (Hungarian: Koltó) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Cătălina (Koltókatalin) and Coltău. Formerly independent, the villages were part of Săcălășeni Commune from 1968 to 2004, when they were split off to form a separate commune. At the 2011 census, 57.1% of inhabitants were Hungarians, 37.8% Roma and 5% Romanians. Show Coltăuon the map
SăpânţaSăpânța (Romanian pronunciation: [səˈpɨnt͡sa]; Hungarian: Szaplonca; Slovak: Sapunka; Yiddish: Spinka or Shpinka) is a commune in Maramureș County in northern Romania, 15 kilometers northwest of Sighet and just south of the Tisza River. It is composed of a single village, Săpânța. It is known for its \"Merry Cemetery\" and was the original home of the Spinka dynasty of Hasidic Rebbes. Show Săpânţaon the map
SatulungSatulung (Hungarian: Kővárhosszúfalu; German: Langendorf) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. Its name, translated in English, means \"The Long Village\". It is composed of seven villages: Arieșu de Pădure (Erdőaranyos), Fersig (Fehérszék), Finteușu Mic (Kisfentős), Hideaga (Pusztahidegkút), Mogoșești (Magosfalu), Pribilești (Pribékfalva) and Satulung. Show Satulungon the map
Şomcuta MareȘomcuta Mare (Hungarian: Nagysomkút; German: Großhorn) is a town in Maramureş County, Romania. The town administers seven villages: Buciumi (Törökfalu), Buteasa (Bucsonfalva), Ciolt (Csolt), Codru Butesii (Kodrulytelep), Finteușu Mare (Nagyfentős), Hovrila (Hávord) and Vălenii Șomcutei (Somkútpataka). It was declared a town in 2004. Show Şomcuta Mareon the map
Sighetu MarmaţieiSighetu Marmației (Romanian pronunciation: [ˌsiɡetu marˈmat͡si.ej], also spelled Sighetul Marmației; German: Marmaroschsiget or Siget; Hungarian: Máramarossziget, Hungarian pronunciation: (13px listen); Slovak: Sihoť; Ukrainian: Сигіт Syhit; Yiddish: סיגעט Siget‎), until 1964 Sighet, is a city (municipality) in Maramureș County near the Iza River, in northwestern Romania. Show Sighetu Marmaţieion the map
DeseştiDesești (Hungarian: Desze) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Desești, Hărnicești (Hernécs) and Mara (Krácsfalva). The commune's Saint Parascheva Church was built in 1770 and is one of eight Wooden Churches of Maramureş that are listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Show Deseştion the map
Vişeu de SusVișeu de Sus (Romanian pronunciation: [viˌʃe.u de ˈsus]; German: Oberwischau; Hungarian: Felsővisó) is a town in Maramureş County, northern Romania, located at the confluence of the Vişeu and the Vaser. It has an area of 443 km² and administers one village, Vişeu de Mijloc (Középvisó). The first documentary attestation is in 1365. Show Vişeu de Suson the map
BudeştiBudești (Hungarian: Budfalva) is a commune in Maramureș County, northern Romania. It is composed of two villages, Budești and Sârbi (Szerfalva). The 17th century wooden church of Saint Nicholas, Budești Josani is one of eight Wooden Churches of Maramureș that UNESCO has listed as a World Heritage Site. Show Budeştion the map
CavnicCavnic (Hungarian: Kapnikbánya; German: Kapnik) is a former mining town situated in the valley of the same name, 26 km (16 mi) east of Baia Mare, in Maramureş County, northern Romania. The town covers 47.17 km2 (18 sq mi), at altitudes ranging from 500 to 1050 meters above sea level. Show Cavnicon the map
BotizaBotiza (Hungarian: Batiza) is a commune in Maramureș County, northern Romania. The commune is well known for the handmade wool carpets. It is composed of a single village, Botiza, also including Poienile Izei until the latter was split off to form a separate commune in 1995. \n* Houses near the village center \n* Wooden church (1699) \n* Monastery (1998) Show Botizaon the map
IeudIeud (Hungarian: Jód, Yiddish: יועד‎) is a commune in Maramureș County in northern Romania. The commune is situated in the central part of Maramureș County, on the banks of the Ieudișor, a tributary of the Iza River. It is composed of a single village, Ieud. Show Ieudon the map
Valea ChioaruluiValea Chioarului (Hungarian: Kővárgara) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Curtuiuşu Mare (Nagykörtvélyes), Duruşa (Durusa), Fericea (Szamosfericse), Mesteacăn (Kisnyíres), Valea Chioarului and Vărai (Kőváralja). Show Valea Chioaruluion the map
Valea VișeuluiBistra (Romanian: Bistra; Ukrainian: Hungarian: Petrovabisztra) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. The Ukrainian border is located to the north of the commune.The first documentary mention of the settlement dates from the 1411. Show Valea Vișeuluion the map
PetrovaPetrova is a commune in Maramureş County, northern Romania. It is composed of a single village, Petrova. The commune is situated near the border with Ukraine, on the left bank of Vişeu River. The first documentary attestation was on 21 April 1411. Show Petrovaon the map
Remetea ChioaruluiRemetea Chioarului (Hungarian: Kővárremete) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Berchez (Magyarberkesz), Berchezoaia (Berkeszpataka), Posta (Pusztafentős), Remecioara (Kisremete) and Remetea Chioarului. Show Remetea Chioaruluion the map
Vima MicăVima Mică (Hungarian: Drágavilma) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Aspra, Dealu Corbului, Jugăstreni (Jávoros), Peteritea (Petőrét), Sălnița (Erdőszállás), Vima Mare (Tordavilma) and Vima Mică. Show Vima Micăon the map
Vişeu de JosVişeu de Jos (Hungarian: Alsóvisó; German: Unterwischau) is a commune in Maramureş County, Transylvania, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Vişeu de Jos. The Vişeu river, a tributary of Tisa, flows through this commune. Show Vişeu de Joson the map
Groșii ȚibleșuluiGroşii Ţibleşului (Hungarian: Tőkés) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Groşii Ţibleşului. At the 2011 census, 91.3% of inhabitants were Romanians, 6.9% Hungarians and 1.8% Romanians. Show Groșii Țibleșuluion the map
Lunca la TisaBocicoiu Mare (Hungarian: Nagybocskó or Újbocskó; Ukrainian: Великий Бичків) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It lies 9 kilometres east of Sighetu Marmaţiei, across the Tisza River from Velykyy Bychkiv, Ukraine. Show Lunca la Tisaon the map
Bocicoiu MareBocicoiu Mare (Hungarian: Nagybocskó or Újbocskó; Ukrainian: Великий Бичків) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It lies 9 kilometres east of Sighetu Marmaţiei, across the Tisza River from Velykyy Bychkiv, Ukraine. Show Bocicoiu Mareon the map
GiuleştiGiuleşti (Hungarian: Máragyulafalva; German: Ludwigsdorf) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Berbeşti (Bárdfalva), Fereşti (Fejérfalva), Giuleşti and Mănăstirea (Gyulamonostor). Show Giuleştion the map
SălsigSălsig (Hungarian: Szélszeg) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Sălsig. It also included Gârdani village until 2004, when it was split off to form a separate commune. Show Sălsigon the map
Asuaju de SusAsuaju de Sus (Hungarian: Felsőszivágy) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Asuaju de Jos (Alsószivágy) and Asuaju de Sus. The river Asuaj flows through this commune. Show Asuaju de Suson the map
BăseştiBăseşti (Hungarian: is a commune in Maramureş County, northern Romania. It is composed of four villages: Băseşti, Odeşti (Vadafalva), Sălişte (Kecskésfalva) and Stremţ (Bükktótfalu). Show Băseştion the map
Boiu MareBoiu Mare (Hungarian: Nagybúny) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Boiu Mare, Frâncenii Boiului (Frinkfalva), Prislop (Jóháza) and Românești (Szalmapatak). Show Boiu Mareon the map
SeiniSeini (German: Leuchtenburg; Hungarian: Szinérváralja) is a town in Maramureş County, northern Transylvania, Romania. It administers two villages, Săbişa (Kissebespatak) and Viile Apei (Apahegy). Show Seinion the map
CicârlăuCicârlău (Hungarian: Nagysikárló) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Bârgău (Kissikárló), Cicârlău, Handalu Ilbei (Ilobabánya) and Ilba (Iloba). Show Cicârlăuon the map
BăiuţBăiuț (Hungarian: Erzsébetbánya) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Baiuț, Strâmbu-Băiuț (Kohóvölgy) and Poiana Botizii (Rákosfalva). Show Băiuţon the map
GârdaniGârdani (Hungarian: Gardánfalva) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Gârdani, part of Sălsig Commune until being split off in 2004. Show Gârdanion the map
BicazBicaz (Hungarian: Bikácfalva) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Bicaz, Ciuta (Szilágynyires) and Corni (Somfalu). Show Bicazon the map
Vadu IzeiVadu Izei (Hungarian: Farkasrév) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Vadu Izei and Valea Stejarului (Disznópataka). Show Vadu Izeion the map
RozavleaRozavlea (Hungarian: Rozávlya) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Rozalvea and Sâlța (established in 2006). Show Rozavleaon the map
Rona de JosRona de Jos (Hungarian: Alsóróna) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Rona de Jos. Show Rona de Joson the map
SarasăuSarasău (Hungarian: Szarvaszó) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Sarasău. Show Sarasăuon the map
Săliştea de SusSăliștea de Sus (Hungarian: Felsőszelistye) is a town in Maramureș County, Romania. It was declared a town in 2004. Show Săliştea de Suson the map
DragomireştiDragomirești (Hungarian: Dragomérfalva; Yiddish: is a town in Maramureș County, Romania. It was declared a town in 2004. Among the first Jews who settled in Dragomirești was R. Shemuel Stern of the Kosov Hasidic dynasty, in 1780. He was followed by other Hasidim from Galicia who worked in his lumber mills. By 1920, there were 756 Jews, accounting for 28% of the population. After the 1940 Second Vienna Award granted Northern Transylvania to Hungary, local Jews aged 20 to 40 were drafted into labor battalions in Ukraine. On April 15, 1944, 2000 Jews, including from nearby villages, were ghettoized. A month later, they were made to go to Vișeu de Sus rail station: males aged 12 to 60 on foot; women, children and elderly men in wagons. From Vișeu, trains took them to Auschwitz co Show Dragomireştion the map
LeordinaLeordina is a commune in Maramureş County, northern Romania. It is composed of a single village, Leordina. Show Leordinaon the map
ArinişAriniș (Hungarian: Égerhát) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Ariniș, Rodina (Rogyina) and Tămășești (Szilágyegerbegy). Show Arinişon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Maramures
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Oraș Târgu LăpuşTârgu Lăpuș (Romanian pronunciation: [ˌtɨrɡu ləˈpuʃ]; Hungarian: Magyarlápos; German: Laposch) is a town in Maramureş County, northern Transylvania, Romania, on the river Lăpuș. In 2011, it had a population of 11,744. Of these, 86.5% were Romanians, 12.4% Hungarians and 1% Roma. 74.5% belonged to the Romanian Orthodox Church, 10.1% to the Reformed Church, 7.3% were Pentecostal, 4% Greek-Catholic and 2.7% Roman Catholic. \n* Reformed church (18th century) \n* Roman Catholic church (1831) \n* Old school (1858) \n* Police station and former town hall (19th century)Show on map
Oraş Baia SprieBaia Sprie (Romanian pronunciation: [ˌbaja ˈspri.e] (13px listen); Hungarian: Felsőbánya, German: Mittelstadt) is a town in the Maramureş County, northern Romania. The Hungarian version of the town's name means \"Upper Mine\". Baia Sprie is situated at a distance of 9 km from Baia Mare. The town administers three villages: Chiuzbaia (Kisbánya), Satu Nou de Sus (Felsőújfalu) and Tăuții de Sus (Giródtótfalu). Neighbouring communities are the city of Baia Mare and the villages of Groși, Dumbrăvița, Șisești and Desești.Show on map
Comuna LăpuşLăpuş (formerly Lăpuşul Românesc; Hungarian: Oláhlápos) is a commune in Maramureş County, Transylvania, Romania, on the Lăpuș River, at 12 km from the town of Târgu Lăpuş. It is composed of a single village, Lăpuş. Etymologically, its name appears to come from the Hungarian lápos (i.e. \"flatland, bog, muddy place\"). Its existence is attested, under the name of Dragosfálva, in 1293, in an edict through which the land of Lápos is given by the king of Hungary to one Denis Tomaj, from the nation of the Patzinaks, although there are traces of habitation in the area as early as the Bronze Age. It was a famous anti-communist resistance area after WWII (1949-1953).Show on map
Municipiul Baia MareBaia Mare (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈbaja ˈmare] (13px listen); Hungarian: Nagybánya; German: Frauenbach; Ukrainian: Бая-Маре; Latin: Rivulus Dominarum; Yiddish: באניע‎, Banya) is a municipality along the Săsar River, in northwestern Romania; it is the capital of Maramureș County. The city is situated about 600 kilometres (373 miles) from Bucharest, 70 km (43 mi) from the border with Hungary, and 50 km (31 mi) from the border with Ukraine.Show on map
Comuna BârsanaBârsana (Hungarian: Barcánfalva) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Bârsana and Nănești (Nánfalva). It also included Onceşti village until 2004, when it was split off to form a separate commune. As of 2002, Bârsana had 6,352 inhabitants, all but ten of whom were ethnic Romanians. 86.7% were Romanian Orthodox, 7.8% Greek-Catholic and 3.1% Pentecostal.Show on map
Oraş BorşaBorșa (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈborʃa]; Hungarian: Borsa, German: Borscha, Yiddish: בורשא‎ Borsha) is a town in eastern Maramureş County, northern Romania, in the valley of the Vişeu River and near the Prislop Pass. Linking Transylvania to Bukovina, Prislop Pass is surrounded by the Rodna and Maramureş Mountains, both ranges of the Carpathians. The highest peak in the region is Pietrosul Rodnei — 2,303 meters. The Rodna National Park (which has an area of 463 km²) can be accessed from Borșa. The town is home to a wooden church, built in 1718. It administers one village, Băile Borșa.Show on map
Comuna ArdusatArdusat (Hungarian: Erdőszáda) is a commune in western Maramureş County, Romania on the banks of the Someş River, near the border with Satu Mare County. The first record of its existence dates back to 1230. It is composed of three villages: Ardusat, Arieşu de Câmp (Mezőaranyos) and Colţirea (Kolcér). Ethnographically it belongs to \"Ţara Codrului\" (The Forest Land), with which it shares numerous cultural traditions. The local Ardusat Choir has been the best in Romania for decades, and has won numerous prizes at Italian, Eastern European and American contests.Show on map
Comuna Câmpulung la TisaCâmpulung la Tisa (Hungarian: Hosszúmező; Ukrainian: Довге Поле) is a commune in Maramureş County, northern Romania. It is composed of a single village, Câmpulung la Tisa. At the 2011 census, 71.4% of inhabitants were Hungarians, 23.7% Romanians, 3.9% Roma and 0.9% Ukrainians. At the 2002 census, 44.6% were Reformed, 22.3% Romanian Orthodox, 14.2% Greek-Catholic, 12.6% Roman Catholic and 1.7% Adventist. It is the birthplace of the former Romanian football player Emerich Dembrovschi, who scored a goal against Pelé's Brazil at the 1970 FIFA World Cup.Show on map
Comuna Rona de SusRona de Sus (Hungarian: Felsőróna; German: Oberrohnen; Ukrainian: Bишня Рівня) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of two villages: Coștiui (Rónaszék; Rohnen; Коштіль) and Rona de Sus.The first documentary attestation is 14 mai 1360 in a document emitted by king Louis the Great of Hungary. At the 2011 census, 86.4% of inhabitants were Ukrainians, 8.5% Hungarians and 5% Romanians. At the 2002 census, 72.9% were Ukrainian Orthodox, 10.8% stated they belonged to another religion, 8.6% were Roman Catholic and 4.8% Greek-Catholic.Show on map
Comuna Poienile IzeiPoienile Izei (Hungarian: Sajómező) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. The commune is composed of a single village, Poienile Izei, which was part of Botiza Commune until being split off in 1995. At the 2002 census, 99.9% of inhabitants were Romanians and 0.1% Ukrainians. 100% were Romanian Orthodox. The commune's Saint Parascheva Church was built in 1700 and is one of eight Wooden Churches of Maramureş that are listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.Show on map
Comuna Copalnic Mănăştur(Hungarian: Kápolnokmonostor) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of twelve villages: Berinţa (Kővárberence), Cărpiniş Copalnic (Szurdukkápolnok), Copalnic-Deal (Kápolnokdomb), Curtuiuşu Mic (Kiskörtvélyes), Făureşti (Kováskápolnok), Lăschia (Lacház), Preluca Nouă (Újharagos), Preluca Veche (Haragos), Ruşor (Rózsapatak) and Vad (Révkápolnok).Show on map
Comuna ŞişeştiȘișești (Hungarian: Lacfalu) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Bontăieni (Pusztatelek), Cetățele (Györkefalva), Dănești (Bajfalu), Negreia (Nyegrefalva), Plopiș (Nyárfás), Șișești and Șurdești (Dióshalom). In 2002, the commune had a population of 5479, of whom 99.6% were ethnic Romanians. 55.3% were Romanian Orthodox, 40.7% were Greek-Catholic, and 2.5% were Pentecostal.Show on map
Comuna Poienile de sub MuntePoienile de sub Munte (Ukrainian: Русь Поляни, Поляни or Полонина; Hungarian: Ruszpolyána or Havasmező; Polish: Ruska Polana; German: Reußenau; Hebrew: is a commune in Maramureş County, northern Romania. It is one of the oldest places in Maramureş, being mentioned for the first time in 1353. It is the biggest commune in the county and is composed of a single village, Poienile de sub Munte.Show on map
Comuna SăcelSăcel (Hungarian: Izaszacsal, Yiddish: סיטשל‎) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. Composed of a single village, Săcel, it is the last locality up the Iza Valley. From here one can get to the Vişeu Valley through Dealul Moiseiului Pass (towards the northeast) and to Transylvania (specifically Năsăud, towards the south) through Dealul Ştefāniţei Pass, which separates the Ţibleş and Rodna Mountains.Show on map
Comuna MoiseiMoisei (Hungarian: Majszin) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. Composed of a single village, Moisei, it is one of the oldest communes in Maramureş County, first attested in 1213. This place is well known for the monastery near the village, founded in 1672. It is the site of the Moisei massacre which occurred on October 14, 1944, when 39 Romanians and 3 Jews were killed by the Hungarian Army.Show on map
Oraş UlmeniUlmeni (formerly Şilimeghiu; Hungarian: Sülelmed; German: Ulmendorf) is a town in Maramureş County, northwestern Romania. It is located on the left bank of the Someş river. It was declared a town in 2004. The town administers seven villages: Arduzel (Szamosardó), Chelinţa (Kelence), Mânău (Monó), Someş-Uileac (Szilágyújlak), Tohat (Szamostóhát), Ţicău (Szamoscikó) and Vicea (Vicsa).Show on map
Comuna RemeţiRemeți (Ukrainian: Ремета; Hungarian: Pálosremete; German: Remetz) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Piatra, Remeți and Teceu Mic. The village of Piatra includes the hamlet of Valea lui Francisc, known in German as Franzenthal. This was among the places in Romania where Zipser Germans settled and spoke their dialect of Zipserisch.Show on map
Comuna Suciu de SusSuciu de Sus (Hungarian: Felsőszőcs) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Larga (Tágfalva), Suciu de Jos (Alsószőcs) and Suciu de Sus. In 2002, the commune had 6,222 residents. They were 96.1% Romanians, 2.3% Hungarians and 1.6% Roma. 91.9% were Romanian Orthodox, 3.3% Greek-Catholic, 2.6% Roman Catholic and 2% Pentecostal. \n* Entrance into Suciu de Sus \n* Orthodox church (Suciu de Sus) \n* Greek-Catholic church (Suciu de Sus) \n* Statue of Atanasie Moţ Dâmbul, local hero in the 1848 Revolution (Suciu de Sus) \n* Greek-Catholic church, used by Orthodox (Suciu de Jos)Show on map
Comuna Mireşu MareMireșu Mare (Hungarian: Nagynyíres) is a commune in Maramureș County, northwestern Romania. It is located near Ulmeni, on the right side of the Someș River. The commune is composed of seven villages: Dăneștii Chioarului (Dánfalva), Iadăra (Jeder), Lucăcești (Szamoslukácsi), Mireșu Mare, Remeți pe Someș (Gyökeres), Stejera (Jávorfalu) and Tulghieș (Szamostölgyes).Show on map
Comuna Ocna ŞugatagOcna Șugatag (Hungarian: Aknasugatag; Ukrainian: is a commune in Maramureș County, northern Romania. It is composed of four villages: Breb (Bréb), Hoteni (Hotinka), Ocna Șugatag and Sat-Șugatag (Falusugatag). A health resort, it is well known for its salt water. At the 2011 census, 89.2% of inhabitants were Romanians, 8.3% Hungarians and 2.3% Roma. \n* Roman Catholic church, Ocna Șugatag village \n* Wooden Orthodox church, Ocna Șugatag \n* Spa, Ocna Șugatag \n* Wooden church, Sat-Șugatag (1642) \n* Wooden church, Hoteni (1790) \n* Wooden church, Breb (1531)Show on map
Comuna ColtãuColtău (Hungarian: Koltó) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Cătălina (Koltókatalin) and Coltău. Formerly independent, the villages were part of Săcălășeni Commune from 1968 to 2004, when they were split off to form a separate commune. At the 2011 census, 57.1% of inhabitants were Hungarians, 37.8% Roma and 5% Romanians.Show on map
Comuna SãpânţaSăpânța (Romanian pronunciation: [səˈpɨnt͡sa]; Hungarian: Szaplonca; Slovak: Sapunka; Yiddish: Spinka or Shpinka) is a commune in Maramureș County in northern Romania, 15 kilometers northwest of Sighet and just south of the Tisza River. It is composed of a single village, Săpânța. It is known for its \"Merry Cemetery\" and was the original home of the Spinka dynasty of Hasidic Rebbes.Show on map
Comuna SatulungSatulung (Hungarian: Kővárhosszúfalu; German: Langendorf) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. Its name, translated in English, means \"The Long Village\". It is composed of seven villages: Arieșu de Pădure (Erdőaranyos), Fersig (Fehérszék), Finteușu Mic (Kisfentős), Hideaga (Pusztahidegkút), Mogoșești (Magosfalu), Pribilești (Pribékfalva) and Satulung.Show on map
Comuna CălineştiCălinești (Hungarian: Felsőkálinfalva) is a commune in Maramureș County, northern Romania. It is composed of three villages: Călinești, Cornești (Somosfalva) and Văleni (Mikolapatak). At the 2002 census, 99.8% of inhabitants were Romanians. 53.9% were Romanian Orthodox, 34.7% Greek-Catholic, 5.9% belonged to \"another religion\" and 4.5% were Pentecostal.Show on map
Comuna RepedeaRepedea (Ukrainian: Кривий; Hungarian: Oroszkő) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Repedea. At the 2011 census, 96.7% of inhabitants were Ukrainians, 2.2% Romanians and 0.3% Roma. At the 2002 census, 63.6% were Ukrainian Orthodox, 31.3% Pentecostal, 3.3% Seventh-day Adventist and 0.9% Reformed.Show on map
Oraș Şomcuta MareȘomcuta Mare (Hungarian: Nagysomkút; German: Großhorn) is a town in Maramureş County, Romania. The town administers seven villages: Buciumi (Törökfalu), Buteasa (Bucsonfalva), Ciolt (Csolt), Codru Butesii (Kodrulytelep), Finteușu Mare (Nagyfentős), Hovrila (Hávord) and Vălenii Șomcutei (Somkútpataka). It was declared a town in 2004.Show on map
Municipiul Sighetu MarmaţieiSighetu Marmației (Romanian pronunciation: [ˌsiɡetu marˈmat͡si.ej], also spelled Sighetul Marmației; German: Marmaroschsiget or Siget; Hungarian: Máramarossziget, Hungarian pronunciation: (13px listen); Slovak: Sihoť; Ukrainian: Сигіт Syhit; Yiddish: סיגעט Siget‎), until 1964 Sighet, is a city (municipality) in Maramureș County near the Iza River, in northwestern Romania.Show on map
Oraș Tăuţii-Măgherăuş(Hungarian: Miszmogyorós) is a town in Maramureș County, Romania. The town administers six villages: Băița (Láposbánya), Bozânta Mare (Nagybozinta), Bușag (Buság), Merișor, Nistru (Miszbánya) and Ulmoasa (Szilas). was declared a town in 2004. The Baia Mare Airport is located in the town.Show on map
Comuna DeseştiDesești (Hungarian: Desze) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Desești, Hărnicești (Hernécs) and Mara (Krácsfalva). The commune's Saint Parascheva Church was built in 1770 and is one of eight Wooden Churches of Maramureş that are listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.Show on map
Oraş Vişeu De SusVișeu de Sus (Romanian pronunciation: [viˌʃe.u de ˈsus]; German: Oberwischau; Hungarian: Felsővisó) is a town in Maramureş County, northern Romania, located at the confluence of the Vişeu and the Vaser. It has an area of 443 km² and administers one village, Vişeu de Mijloc (Középvisó). The first documentary attestation is in 1365.Show on map
Comuna BudeştiBudești (Hungarian: Budfalva) is a commune in Maramureș County, northern Romania. It is composed of two villages, Budești and Sârbi (Szerfalva). The 17th century wooden church of Saint Nicholas, Budești Josani is one of eight Wooden Churches of Maramureș that UNESCO has listed as a World Heritage Site.Show on map
Comuna ReceaRecea (Hungarian: Lénárdfalva) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Bozânta Mică (Kisbozinta), Lăpușel (Hagymáslápos), Mocira (Láposhidegkút), Recea and Săsar (Zazár). At the 2011 census, 94.5% of inhabitants were Romanians, 4.1% Hungarians and 1.2% Roma.Show on map
Comuna SăcălăşeniSăcălăşeni (Hungarian: Szakállasfalva) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Coruia (Karuly), Culcea (Kővárkölcse) and Săcălăşeni. From 1968 to 2004, it also included four other villages. These were then split off to recreate Coaș and Coltău Communes.Show on map
Comuna Bogdan VodăBogdan Vodă (until 1968 Cuhea; Hungarian: Izakonyha, Yiddish: Kechnie) is a commune in Maramureş County, northern Romania. The commune was named after its significant native, Bogdan I, the second founder of Moldavia. It is composed of two villages, Bocicoel (Kisbocskó) and Bogdan Vodă.Show on map
Comuna DumbrăviţaDumbrăviţa (Hungarian: Szakállasdombó) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania, 15 kilometers southeast of Baia Mare. It is composed of six villages: Cărbunari (Kővárfüred), Chechiş (Oláhkékes), Dumbrăviţa, Rus (Kékesoroszfalu), Sindreşti (Felsősándorfalu) and Unguraş (Magyarkékes).Show on map
Oraș CavnicCavnic (Hungarian: Kapnikbánya; German: Kapnik) is a former mining town situated in the valley of the same name, 26 km (16 mi) east of Baia Mare, in Maramureş County, northern Romania. The town covers 47.17 km2 (18 sq mi), at altitudes ranging from 500 to 1050 meters above sea level.Show on map
Comuna BotizaBotiza (Hungarian: Batiza) is a commune in Maramureș County, northern Romania. The commune is well known for the handmade wool carpets. It is composed of a single village, Botiza, also including Poienile Izei until the latter was split off to form a separate commune in 1995. \n* Houses near the village center \n* Wooden church (1699) \n* Monastery (1998)Show on map
Comuna IeudIeud (Hungarian: Jód, Yiddish: יועד‎) is a commune in Maramureș County in northern Romania. The commune is situated in the central part of Maramureș County, on the banks of the Ieudișor, a tributary of the Iza River. It is composed of a single village, Ieud.Show on map
Comuna CerneştiCerneşti (Hungarian: Csernefalva) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania: It is composed of seven villages: Brebeni (Brébfalva), Cerneşti, Ciocotiş (Csókás), Fânaţe (Kővárfonác), Izvoarele (Balázsszeg), Măgureni (Nagyhegy) and Trestia (Kötelesmező).Show on map
Comuna BistraBistra (Romanian: Bistra; Ukrainian: Hungarian: Petrovabisztra) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. The Ukrainian border is located to the north of the commune.The first documentary mention of the settlement dates from the 1411.Show on map
Comuna Valea ChioaruluiValea Chioarului (Hungarian: Kővárgara) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Curtuiuşu Mare (Nagykörtvélyes), Duruşa (Durusa), Fericea (Szamosfericse), Mesteacăn (Kisnyíres), Valea Chioarului and Vărai (Kőváralja).Show on map
Comuna PetrovaPetrova is a commune in Maramureş County, northern Romania. It is composed of a single village, Petrova. The commune is situated near the border with Ukraine, on the left bank of Vişeu River. The first documentary attestation was on 21 April 1411.Show on map
Comuna Remetea ChioaruluiRemetea Chioarului (Hungarian: Kővárremete) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Berchez (Magyarberkesz), Berchezoaia (Berkeszpataka), Posta (Pusztafentős), Remecioara (Kisremete) and Remetea Chioarului.Show on map
Comuna Oarţa De JosOarţa de Jos (Hungarian: Alsóvárca) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Oarţa de Jos, Oarţa de Sus (Felsővárca) and Orţiţa (Középvárca). The Oarța River flows through the commune's three villages.Show on map
Comuna Vima MicãVima Mică (Hungarian: Drágavilma) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Aspra, Dealu Corbului, Jugăstreni (Jávoros), Peteritea (Petőrét), Sălnița (Erdőszállás), Vima Mare (Tordavilma) and Vima Mică.Show on map
Comuna Vişeu de JosVişeu de Jos (Hungarian: Alsóvisó; German: Unterwischau) is a commune in Maramureş County, Transylvania, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Vişeu de Jos. The Vişeu river, a tributary of Tisa, flows through this commune.Show on map
Comuna Groşii ŢibleşuluiGroşii Ţibleşului (Hungarian: Tőkés) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Groşii Ţibleşului. At the 2011 census, 91.3% of inhabitants were Romanians, 6.9% Hungarians and 1.8% Romanians.Show on map
Comuna Bocicoiu MareBocicoiu Mare (Hungarian: Nagybocskó or Újbocskó; Ukrainian: Великий Бичків) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It lies 9 kilometres east of Sighetu Marmaţiei, across the Tisza River from Velykyy Bychkiv, Ukraine.Show on map
Comuna GiuleştiGiuleşti (Hungarian: Máragyulafalva; German: Ludwigsdorf) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Berbeşti (Bárdfalva), Fereşti (Fejérfalva), Giuleşti and Mănăstirea (Gyulamonostor).Show on map
Comuna CoroieniCoroieni (Hungarian: Karulyfalva) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Baba (Bába), Coroieni, Dealu Mare (Dombhát), Drăghia (Drágosfalva) and Vălenii Lăpuşului (Dánpataka).Show on map
Comuna SălsigSălsig (Hungarian: Szélszeg) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Sălsig. It also included Gârdani village until 2004, when it was split off to form a separate commune.Show on map
Comuna Asuaju de SusAsuaju de Sus (Hungarian: Felsőszivágy) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Asuaju de Jos (Alsószivágy) and Asuaju de Sus. The river Asuaj flows through this commune.Show on map
Comuna BăseştiBăseşti (Hungarian: is a commune in Maramureş County, northern Romania. It is composed of four villages: Băseşti, Odeşti (Vadafalva), Sălişte (Kecskésfalva) and Stremţ (Bükktótfalu).Show on map
Comuna Boiu MareBoiu Mare (Hungarian: Nagybúny) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Boiu Mare, Frâncenii Boiului (Frinkfalva), Prislop (Jóháza) and Românești (Szalmapatak).Show on map
Oraș SeiniSeini (German: Leuchtenburg; Hungarian: Szinérváralja) is a town in Maramureş County, northern Transylvania, Romania. It administers two villages, Săbişa (Kissebespatak) and Viile Apei (Apahegy).Show on map
Comuna CupşeniCupşeni (Hungarian: Kupsafalva) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Costeni (Kosztafalva), Cupşeni, Libotin (Libaton) and Ungureni (Nemesbudafalva).Show on map
Comuna CicârlăuCicârlău (Hungarian: Nagysikárló) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Bârgău (Kissikárló), Cicârlău, Handalu Ilbei (Ilobabánya) and Ilba (Iloba).Show on map
Comuna FărcaşaFărcaşa (Hungarian: Farkasaszó) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Buzeşti (Szamosújfalu), Fărcaşa, Sârbi (Oláhtótfalu) and Tămaia (Tomány).Show on map
Comuna BăiuţBăiuț (Hungarian: Erzsébetbánya) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Baiuț, Strâmbu-Băiuț (Kohóvölgy) and Poiana Botizii (Rákosfalva).Show on map
Comuna GârdaniGârdani (Hungarian: Gardánfalva) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Gârdani, part of Sălsig Commune until being split off in 2004.Show on map
Comuna OnceştiOnceşti (Hungarian: Váncsfalva) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Onceşti, part of Bârsana Commune until being split off in 2004.Show on map
Comuna Băiţa de sub CodruBăița de sub Codru (Hungarian: Mosóbánya) is a commune in Maramureş County, northern Romania. It is composed of two villages, Băița de sub Codru and Urmeniș (Bükkörményes).Show on map
Comuna GroşiGroşi (Hungarian: Tőkésbánya) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Groşi, Ocoliş (Feketefalu) and Satu Nou de Jos (Alsóújfalu).Show on map
Comuna StrâmturaStrâmtura (Hungarian: Szurdok) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Glod (Glód), Slătioara (Izasópatak) and Strâmtura.Show on map
Comuna BicazBicaz (Hungarian: Bikácfalva) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Bicaz, Ciuta (Szilágynyires) and Corni (Somfalu).Show on map
Comuna Vadu IzeiVadu Izei (Hungarian: Farkasrév) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Vadu Izei and Valea Stejarului (Disznópataka).Show on map
Comuna RozavleaRozavlea (Hungarian: Rozávlya) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Rozalvea and Sâlța (established in 2006).Show on map
Comuna RuşcovaRuscova (Ukrainian: Рускова; Hungarian: Ruszkova) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Ruscova.Show on map
Comuna Rona de JosRona de Jos (Hungarian: Alsóróna) is a commune in Maramureş County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Rona de Jos.Show on map
Comuna SărăsăuSarasău (Hungarian: Szarvaszó) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Sarasău.Show on map
Oraș Săliştea de SusSăliștea de Sus (Hungarian: Felsőszelistye) is a town in Maramureș County, Romania. It was declared a town in 2004.Show on map
Judeţul MaramureşMaramureș (Romanian pronunciation: [maraˈmureʃ] (13px listen)) is a county (județ) of Romania, in the Maramureș region. The county seat is Baia Mare.Show on map
Oraș DragomireştiDragomirești (Hungarian: Dragomérfalva; Yiddish: is a town in Maramureș County, Romania. It was declared a town in 2004. Among the first Jews who settled in Dragomirești was R. Shemuel Stern of the Kosov Hasidic dynasty, in 1780. He was followed by other Hasidim from Galicia who worked in his lumber mills. By 1920, there were 756 Jews, accounting for 28% of the population. After the 1940 Second Vienna Award granted Northern Transylvania to Hungary, local Jews aged 20 to 40 were drafted into labor battalions in Ukraine. On April 15, 1944, 2000 Jews, including from nearby villages, were ghettoized. A month later, they were made to go to Vișeu de Sus rail station: males aged 12 to 60 on foot; women, children and elderly men in wagons. From Vișeu, trains took them to Auschwitz coShow on map
Comuna ŞieuȘieu (Hungarian: Sajó) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Șieu.Show on map
Comuna LeordinaLeordina is a commune in Maramureş County, northern Romania. It is composed of a single village, Leordina.Show on map
Comuna CoaşCoaș (Hungarian: Kovás) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Coaș and Întrerâuri (Láposköz). These were part of Săcălășeni Commune from 1968 to 2004, when they were split off to recreate a separate commune.Show on map
Comuna ArinişAriniș (Hungarian: Égerhát) is a commune in Maramureș County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Ariniș, Rodina (Rogyina) and Tămășești (Szilágyegerbegy).Show on map
Different buildings in Maramures
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Chimney of Phoenix Copper SmelterThe Cuprom Phoenix Copper Smelter is a smelter of sulfurous copper ores in Baia Mare, Romania. Due to the toxic fumes causing acid rain, it has a 351.5 m (1,153 ft) chimney, built in 1995, making it the tallest artificial structure in Romania and the third tallest chimney in Europe. The tower is no longer in use.Show on map
Baia Mare AirportBaia Mare Airport (IATA: BAY, ICAO: LRBM) is a minor domestic airport situated in northwest Romania, located in 10 km (6.2 mi) west of Baia Mare municipality and in the historic region of Maramureș.Show on map