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Bucharest

Bucharest (Romanian: București names in other languages) is the capital municipality, cultural, industrial, and financial centre of Romania. It is the largest city in Romania, located in the southeast of the country, at 44°25′57″N 26°06′14″E / 44.4325°N 26.10389°E / 44.4325; 26.10389Coordinates: 44°25′57″N 26°06′14″E / 44.4325°N 26.10389°E / 44.4325; 26.10389, and lies on the banks of the Dâmbovița River.

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Liviu Negoiţă - Political Career - Mayor of Bucharest's Sector 3
... the candidate of the Democratic Party for mayor of Bucharest's Sector 3, Bucharest's most populous sector, winning the 2004 elections, keeping his seat after he won the 2008 local elections ...
Metropolitan Areas In Romania - Municipalities With More Than 100,000 Inhabitants
... Bucharest Cluj-Napoca 1 Bucharest Bucharest 1,677,985 11 Brăila Brăila 168,389 Timișoara Iași 2 Cluj-Napoca Cluj 309,136 12 Piteşti Argeş 148,264 3 Timișoara Timiş 303,708 ...
Bucharest - Twin Towns and Sister Cities
... in Romania The twin towns and sister cities of Bucharest are listed below Tirana, Albania (2007) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2002) São Paulo, Brazil (2000) Montreal, Canada Beijing, China (2005 ...
Bulgarians In Romania - Gallery
... House in Vinga Bulgarian Roman Catholic church in Cioplea, Bucharest (1811–1813) Bulgarian Orthodox church of Saint Elijah the Prophet, Bucharest Bulgarian milk merchant in Bucharest (1880 ...
List Of Synagogues In Romania - Bucharest
... or Sinagoga Podul Mogoşoaiei), 1827 Great Synagogue (Bucharest), 1910 (today a museum) Unirea Sfântă Synagogue, 1836 (hosting the Jewish Museum (Bucharest)) Templul Coral, 1866 ...

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