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[[Transylvania]] (Romanian: Ardeal or Transilvania; Hungarian: Erdély; German: Siebenbürgen (help·info); Latin: Transsilvania. In other languages: Polish: Siedmiogród; Bulgarian: Седмоградско; Ардял; Трансилвания; Serbian: Трансилванија / Transilvanija or Ердељ / Erdelj; Turkish: Erdel) is a historical region in central [[Romania]]. Outside of Romania, it is strongly associated with the novel Dracula, while within Romania the region is known for the scenic beauty of its Carpathian landscape and its rich historic heritage.<br />
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[[Transylvania]] (Romanian: Ardeal or Transilvania; Hungarian: Erdély; German: Siebenbürgen (help·info); Latin: Transsilvania. In other languages: Polish: Siedmiogród; Bulgarian: Седмоградско; Ардял; Трансилвания; Serbian: Трансилванија / Transilvanija or Ердељ / Erdelj; Turkish: Erdel) is a historical region in central [[Romania]]. Outside of Romania, it is strongly associated with the novel Dracula, while within Romania the region is known for the scenic beauty of its Carpathian landscape and its rich historic heritage.
  
Transylvania is the best region you could hitchhike in all of Romania. The people here are much more friendly, due to the fact that they are closer to [[Western Europe]] than the rest of the country. The road network in Transylvania is highly developed, although there are no highways. A bunch of European roads, along with smaller, national or regional roads interconnect the cities of Transylvania, making hitchhiking easy.<br />
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Transylvania is the best region you could hitchhike in all of Romania. The people here are much more friendly, due to the fact that they are closer to [[Western Europe]] than the rest of the country. The road network in Transylvania is highly developed, although there are no highways. A bunch of European roads, along with smaller, national or regional roads interconnect the cities of Transylvania, making hitchhiking easy.
  
The people are friendly, they often stop for hitchhikers. People generally speak English, especially the youth. In some areas, people speak other foreign languages too, due to the history of the regions (German - [[Sibiu]] area, Hungarian - [[Oradea]] area).
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The people are friendly, they often stop for hitchhikers. People generally speak English, especially the youth. In some areas, people speak other foreign languages too, due to the history of the regions (German [[Sibiu]] area, Hungarian [[Oradea]] area).
  
 
== Largest cities ==
 
== Largest cities ==
 
Largest 10 cities, by population within city limits:
 
Largest 10 cities, by population within city limits:
* [[Cluj-Napoca]] - 310,243
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* [[Cluj-Napoca]] 310,243
* [[Timişoara]] - 307,347
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* [[Timişoara]] 307,347
* [[Brasov]] - 277,945
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* [[Brasov]] 277,945
* [[Oradea]] - 205,077
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* [[Oradea]] 205,077
* [[Arad (Romania)|Arad]] - 167,238
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* [[Arad (Romania)|Arad]] 167,238
* [[Sibiu]] - 154,458
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* [[Sibiu]] 154,458
* [[Targu Mures]] - 145,943
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* [[Targu Mures]] 145,943
* [[Baia Mare]] - 139,870
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* [[Baia Mare]] 139,870
* [[Satu Mare]] - 113,688
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* [[Satu Mare]] 113,688
* [[Bistrita]] - 81,467
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* [[Bistrita]] 81,467
 
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{{Cities Romania}}
 
{{Cities Romania}}
  
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[[Category:Romania]]
 
[[Category:Romania]]

Revision as of 14:34, 27 June 2010

Transylvania (Romanian: Ardeal or Transilvania; Hungarian: Erdély; German: Siebenbürgen (help·info); Latin: Transsilvania. In other languages: Polish: Siedmiogród; Bulgarian: Седмоградско; Ардял; Трансилвания; Serbian: Трансилванија / Transilvanija or Ердељ / Erdelj; Turkish: Erdel) is a historical region in central Romania. Outside of Romania, it is strongly associated with the novel Dracula, while within Romania the region is known for the scenic beauty of its Carpathian landscape and its rich historic heritage.

Transylvania is the best region you could hitchhike in all of Romania. The people here are much more friendly, due to the fact that they are closer to Western Europe than the rest of the country. The road network in Transylvania is highly developed, although there are no highways. A bunch of European roads, along with smaller, national or regional roads interconnect the cities of Transylvania, making hitchhiking easy.

The people are friendly, they often stop for hitchhikers. People generally speak English, especially the youth. In some areas, people speak other foreign languages too, due to the history of the regions (German – Sibiu area, Hungarian – Oradea area).

Largest cities

Largest 10 cities, by population within city limits:


Romanian cities with more than 100.000 inhabitants

> 1.000.000: Bucureşti

300.000–500.000: Cluj-NapocaConstanţaIaşiTimişoara

100.000–300.000: AradBacăuBaia MareBotoşaniBrăilaBraşovBuzăuCraiovaDrobeta-Turnu SeverinGalaţiOradeaPiatra-NeamţPiteştiPloieştiRâmnicu VâlceaSatu MareSibiuSuceavaTârgu Mureş