Buda, Buzău

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Location of Buda
Coordinates: 45°30′N26°54′E / 45.500°N 26.900°E / 45.500; 26.900 Coordinates: 45°30′N26°54′E / 45.500°N 26.900°E / 45.500; 26.900
Country Romania
County Buzău County
Component villagesAlexandru Odobescu, Buda, Dănulești, Mucești-Dănulești, Spidele, Toropălești, Valea Largă
  Mayor Dumitru Tăpârjan (since 2004) (PD)
  Total 44.06 km2 (17.01 sq mi)
Population (2002)
  Total 3,179
  Density 72/km2 (190/sq mi)
Postal code 127110
Website Buda webpage on ghidulprimariilor.ro (in Romanian)

Buda is a commune in Buzău County, Romania, located in the vicinity of the Carpathian Mountains. It is composed of seven villages: Alexandru Odobescu, Buda, Dănulești, Mucești-Dănulești, Spidele, Toropălești and Valea Largă.

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