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Tomşani may refer to several places in Romania:

Tomșani, Prahova Commune in Prahova County, Romania

Tomșani is a commune in Prahova County, Romania. It is composed of four villages: Loloiasca, Magula, Sătucu and Tomșani.

Prahova County County in Sud, Romania

Prahova County is a county (județ) of Romania, in the historical region Muntenia, with the capital city at Ploiești.

Tomșani is a commune located in Vâlcea County, Romania, about 43 km from Râmnicu Vâlcea and 5 km from Horezu. It is composed of eight villages: Bălțățeni, Bogdănești, Chiceni, Dumbrăvești, Foleștii de Jos, Foleștii de Sus, Mirești and Tomșani.

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The Foleşti mine is a large salt mine located in southern Romania in Vâlcea County, close to Tomșani. Foleşti represents one of the largest salt reserves in Romania having estimated reserves of 22 billion tonnes of NaCl.