Tomnatec may refer to two villages in 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 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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According to the Moldovan law on territorial administrative organisation, Moldova is divided administratively into the following administrative territorial units: districts, cities/towns and villages. The administrative territorial organization of Moldova is made on 2 levels:
Atid is a commune in Harghita County, Romania. It lies in the Székely Land, an ethno-cultural region in eastern Transylvania.
Watten is a commune in the Nord department in northern France. Its inhabitants are called "Wattenais".
A commune is the lowest level of administrative subdivision in Romania. There are 2,686 communes in Romania. The commune is the rural subdivision of a county. Urban areas, such as towns and cities within a county, are given the status of city or municipality.
Since the Declaration of Independence in 1912, Albania has undergone administrative territorial reforms a total of 21 times. Its administrative boundaries have been divided and/or merged into regions (krahina), prefectures, sub-prefectures, counties (qarqe), districts (rrethe), municipalities (bashki), cities, communes (komuna), neighborhoods (lagje), villages (fshatra) and localities. The country is presently divided into 61 municipalities and 373 units of local governance.
Ditrău is a commune in Harghita County, Romania. It is composed of three villages:
Siculeni is a commune in Harghita County, Romania. It lies in the Székely Land, an ethno-cultural region in eastern Transylvania. The Siculicidium took place here.
Band is a commune in Mureș County, Romania, composed of eleven villages:
Ghindari is a commune in Mureș County, Romania. It lies in the Székely Land, an ethno-cultural region in eastern Transylvania.
Mădăraș is a commune in Mureș County, Romania. It became an independent commune when it split from Band in 2004. The commune is composed of two villages, Fânațele Mădărașului (Szénáságy) and Mădăraș. Fânațele Mădărașului village was transferred to Mădăraș from Band Commune in 2011.
Bucquoy is a commune in the Pas-de-Calais department in the Hauts-de-France region in northern France.
Hébuterne is a commune in the Pas-de-Calais department in the Hauts-de-France region of France.
Gœrlingen is a commune in the Bas-Rhin department in Grand Est in north-eastern France.
Hinsingen is a commune in the north-western corner of the Bas-Rhin department in Grand Est in north-eastern France.
La Petite-Raon is a commune in the Vosges department in Grand Est in northeastern France.
Vârfuri is a commune in Dâmbovița County, southern Romania with a population of 2,107 people. It is composed of seven villages: Cârlănești, Cojoiu, Merișoru, Stătești, Șuvița, Ulmetu and Vârfuri. It is located outside the town of Pucioasa.
Perșinari is a commune in Dâmbovița County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Perșinari. The commune was established in 2004, when the village was split off from Văcărești Commune to form a separate entity.
Tomnatek is the Hungarian name for two villages in Romania:
Kucong, or Lahlu, is a Loloish language of Yunnan and Vietnam. In Vietnam, the speakers' autonym is, and are also known as the La Hủ Na 'Black Lahu'. It is very closely related to Lahu.