Location in Buzău County
|Subdivisions||Amara, Balta Albă, Băile, Stăvărăști|
|• Mayor (2020–2024)||Ionel Marin (PSD)|
|Time zone||EET/EEST (UTC+2/+3)|
Balta Albă is a commune in Buzău County, Muntenia, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Amara, Balta Albă, Băile and Stăvărăști.
Buzău County is a county (județ) of Romania, in the historical region Muntenia, with the capital city at Buzău.
Târnăveni is a city in Mureș County, central Romania. It lies on the Târnava Mică River in central Transylvania. The city administers three villages: Bobohalma (Bábahalma), Botorca (Őrhegy) and Cuștelnic (Csüdőtelke); the last was part of Gănești Commune until 2002.
Titan is a neighborhood of Eastern Bucharest, part of Sector 3. It surrounds the Alexandru Ioan Cuza Park, formerly known as "Titan", "I.O.R.", and "Balta Albă".
Balta may refer to:
Vitan is a neighborhood in southeastern Bucharest, Romania, along the Dâmbovița River. It is located in Sector 3, and lies between the Titan, Dristor, Centrul Civic, Olteniței, and Berceni districts.
Amara may refer to:
The Târnava Mică is a river in Romania. Its total length is 196 km (122 mi), and its drainage basin area is 2,071 km2 (800 sq mi). Its source is in the Eastern Carpathian Mountains, in Harghita County. It flows to the west through the Romanian counties Harghita, Mureș, and Alba, more or less parallel to and north from the Târnava Mare. The cities of Sovata and Târnăveni lie on the Târnava Mică. It joins the Târnava Mare in Blaj, forming the Târnava.
Cetatea de Baltă is a commune in Alba County, Transylvania, Romania. It is located between Târnăveni at 15 kilometers and Blaj at 21 kilometers on the county road DJ 117. The commune is composed of four villages: Cetatea de Baltă, Crăciunelu de Sus, Sântămărie and Tătârlaua.
Costești is a town in Argeș County, Romania.
The Municipality of Bucharest is divided into 6 administrative units, named sectors, each of which has their own mayor and council, and has responsibility over local affairs, such as secondary streets, parks, schools and the cleaning services.
Balta Albă may refer to several places in Romania:
Balta Doamnei is a commune in Prahova County, Muntenia, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Balta Doamnei, Bâra, Curcubeu and Lacu Turcului.
The Bold is a left tributary of the river Buzău in Romania. It discharges into the Buzău in Racovița. Its length is 34 km (21 mi) and its basin size is 210 km2 (81 sq mi). It flows through Lake Balta Albă.
Balta is a commune located in Mehedinți County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Balta, Coada Cornetului, Costești, Gornovița, Nevățu, Prejna and Sfodea. It is situated in the historical region of Oltenia.
Alba County is a county (județ) of Romania located in the historic region of Transylvania. Its capital is Alba Iulia, a city with a population of 63,536.
Crăciunelu may refer to one of two places in Alba County, Romania:
The Balta Mică a Brăilei Natural Park is a protected area which is situated in Romania, in Brăila County, on the administrative territory of communes Berteștii de Jos, Chiscani, Gropeni, Mărașu and Stăncuța.
Balta is a city in Podilsk Raion, Odessa Oblast in south-western Ukraine. Population: 18,242 The city's population was 19,772 as of the 2001 Ukrainian Census.
The Cetatea de Baltă gas field is a natural gas field located in Cetatea de Baltă, Alba County. It was discovered in 1900 and developed by and Romgaz. It began production in 1910 and produces natural gas and condensates. The total proven reserves of the Cetatea de Baltă gas field are around 1.42 trillion cubic feet (40 km³), and production is slated to be around 35 million cubic feet/day (1×105m³) in 2010.
Ioan Axente Sever was a Romanian revolutionary in Austria-Hungary who participated in the Transylvanian Revolution of 1848.