Location in Buzău County
|Subdivisions||Balta Tocila, Beciu, Dâlma, Deleni, Golu Grabicina, Grabicina de Jos, Grabicina de Sus, Gura Văii, Plopeasa, Policiori, Scorțoasa|
|• Mayor||Traian Răican (since 2004) (PSD)|
|Time zone||EET/EEST (UTC+2/+3)|
Scorțoasa is a commune in Buzău County, Romania. It is composed of eleven villages: Balta Tocila, Beciu, Dâlma, Deleni, Golu Grabicina, Grabicina de Jos, Grabicina de Sus, Gura Văii, Plopeasa, Policiori and Scorțoasa.
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