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Tomnatec may refer to two villages in Romania:

Bistra, Alba Commune in Alba County, Romania

Bistra is a commune located in Alba County, Romania. It has a population of 5,066. It is composed of 35 villages: Aronești, Bălești, Bălești-Cătun, Bârlești, Bistra, Cheleteni, Ciuldești, Crețești, Dâmbureni, Dealu Muntelui, Durăști, Gănești, Gârde, Hodișești, Hudricești, Lipaia, Lunca Largă, Lunca Merilor, Mihăiești, Nămaș, Novăcești, Perjești, Poiana, Poiu, Rătitiș, Runcuri, Sălăgești, Ștefanca, Țărănești, Tolăcești, Tomnatec, Trișorești, Vârși-Rontu, Vârșii Mari and Vârșii Mici.

Alba County County in Centru, Romania

Alba County is a county (județ) of Romania, in Transylvania, its capital city being Alba-Iulia with a population of 63,536.

Bulzeștii de Sus is a commune in Hunedoara County, Romania. It is composed of nine villages: Bulzeștii de Sus, Bulzeștii de Jos (Alsóbulzesd), Giurgești, Grohot (Grohot), Păulești, Rusești, Stănculești, Ticera and Tomnatec (Tomnatek).

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