Ceuașu de Câmpie
Location in Mureș County
|• Mayor||József Levente Szabó (UDMR)|
|Time zone||EET/EEST (UTC+2/+3)|
Ceuașu de Câmpie (Hungarian : Mezőcsávás [ˈmɛzøːt͡ʃaːvaːʃ] ) is a commune in Mureș County, Transylvania, Romania composed of eight villages:
The commune has a relative Székely Hungarian majority. According to the 2002 census, it has a population of 5,419 of which 49.36% or 2,675 are Hungarian. 2,222 or 41% are Romanians.
Bistrița-Năsăud is a county (județ) of Romania, in Transylvania, with the capital city at Bistrița.
Mureș County is a county (județ) of Romania, in the historical region of Transylvania, with the administrative centre in Târgu Mureș. The county was established in 1968, after the administrative reorganization that re-introduced the historical judeţ (county) system, still used today. This reform eliminated the previous Mureș-Magyar Autonomous Region, which had been created in 1952 within the People's Republic of Romania. Mureș county has a vibrant multicultural fabric that includes Hungarian-speaking Székelys and Transylvanian Saxons, with a rich heritage of fortified churches and towns.
The Mureș is a 789-kilometre-long (490 mi) river in Eastern Europe. Its drainage basin covers an area of 30,332 km2 (11,711 sq mi). It originates in the Hășmașu Mare Range in the Eastern Carpathian Mountains, Romania, rising close to the headwaters of the river Olt, and joins the Tisza at Szeged in southeastern Hungary. In Romania, its length is 761 km (473 mi) and its basin size is 27,890 km2 (10,770 sq mi).
Valea Morii may refer to several places in Romania:
Valea Sânpetrului may refer to:
Romanian Folk Dances, Sz. 56, BB 68 is a suite of six short piano pieces composed by Béla Bartók in 1915. He later orchestrated it for small ensemble in 1917 as Sz. 68, BB 76.
Band is a commune in Mureș County, Romania, composed of eleven villages:
Papiu Ilarian is a commune in Mureș County, in the historical Transylvania province, Romania composed of five villages:
Sâncraiu de Mureș is a commune in Mureș County, Romania composed of two villages:
The Pârâul de Câmpie is a right tributary of the river Mureș in Transylvania, Romania. It discharges into the Mureș in Luduș. Its length is 59 km (37 mi) and its basin size is 643 km2 (248 sq mi).
Zau de Câmpie is a commune in Mureș County, Romania composed of nine villages:
Sânpetru de Câmpie is a commune in Mureș County, Transylvania, Romania that is composed of six villages: Bârlibaș (Barlabás), Dâmbu (Meződomb), Satu Nou (Strinatanya), Sângeorgiu de Câmpie (Uzdiszentgyörgy), Sânpetru de Câmpie and Tușinu (Tuson). It has a population of 3,044: 81.4% Romanians, 11.85% Roma and 6.73% Hungarians.
Râciu is a commune in Mureș County, Romania composed of fifteen villages: Căciulata, Coasta Mare (Nagyoldal), Cotorinau, Curețe, Hagău (Hágó), Leniș (Lenes), Nima Râciului (Rücsinéma), Obârșie, Pârâu Crucii (Keresztpatak), Râciu, Sânmărtinu de Câmpie (Mezőszentmárton), Ulieș (Nagyölyves), Valea Sânmărtinului (Forrásészka), Valea Seacă (Szárazpatak) and Valea Ulieșului (Ölyvespatak). It has a population of 3,752: 90% Romanians, 4% Hungarians and 6% Roma.
Cozma is a commune in Mureș County, Transylvania, Romania. It is composed of five villages: Cozma, Fânațele Socolului (Szénaszokol), Socolu de Câmpie (Mezőszokol), Valea Sasului (Szászvölgye) and Valea Ungurului (Magyarvölgye).
Miheșu de Câmpie is a commune in Mureș County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Bujor (Kendeffytanya), Cirhagău (Cserhágó), Groapa Rădăii (Laposdülőtanya), Miheșu de Câmpie, Mogoaia, Răzoare (Mezővelkér), Șăulița (Kissályi) and Ștefanca.
Iclănzel is a commune in Mureș County, Romania. It is composed of eleven villages: Căpușu de Câmpie (Mezőkapus), Chisălița (Tyiszelica), După Deal (Völgyön-túl), Fânațe (Szénafű), Fânațele Căpușului (Úriszénafű), Ghidașteu (Gidástó), Iclandu Mare (Nagyikland), Iclănzel, Mădărășeni (Hirtopa), Tăblășeni (Lekenceiforduló) and Valea Iclandului (Iklándivölgy).
Grebenișu de Câmpie is a commune in Mureș County, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Grebenișu de Câmpie, Leorința (Lőrinci) and Valea Sânpetrului (Szentpéterivölgy).
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