Tichilești (disambiguation)

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Tichileşti may refer to several populated places in Romania:

Tichilești is a commune located in Brăila County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Albina and Tichilești.

Horia, Constanța Commune in Constanța County, Romania

Horia is a commune in Constanța County, Romania.

Tichileşti is a leper colony in Isaccea, Tulcea County, Romania, having 19 inhabitants in 2011. Although officially a hospital, Tichileşti appears to be more like a small village, and is formally administered as a village by Isaccea. Tichileşti was founded as a monastery, in 1875 becoming a leper colony.

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