Becicherecu Mic (also Becicherecul Mic; German: Klein-Betschkerek; Hungarian: Kisbecskerek) is a village in Timiş County, Banat, near the city of Timişoara. ...more on Wikipedia about "Becicherecu Mic"
Buziaş ( German: (Bad) Busiasch, Hungarian: Buziás or Buziasfürdö ) is a city in Timiş County, Romania. As of 2004, it had a population of 7,738, or 7,714 according to the 2002 census. ...more on Wikipedia about "Buziaş"
Danube-Kris-Mures-Tisza ( Romanian: Dunăre-Criş-Mureş-Tisa, Hungarian: Duna-Körös-Maros-Tisza, Serbian: Dunav-Kriš-Moriš-Tisa or Дунав-Криш-Мориш-Тиса) is a euroregion located in Hungary, Romania and Serbia. It is named after four rivers: Danube, Kriş, Mureş and Tisza. ...more on Wikipedia about "Danube-Kris-Mures-Tisza"
Dudeştii Vechi ( Hungarian: Óbesenyő, Bulgarian: Стар Бешенов, Star Beshenov, Banat Bulgarian: Stár Bišnov) is a village in Timiş County, Romania. Dudeştii Vechi is mostly populated by ethnic Bulgarians (known as Banat Bulgarians), descendants of Paulicians, who settled around the year 1738, coming from northern Bulgaria. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dudeştii Vechi"
Făget ( Hungarian: Facsád) is a town in Romania, population about 7,500. ...more on Wikipedia about "Făget"
Jimbolia ( Romanian IPA pronounciation: /ʒim.'bo.li.a/, Hungarian: Zsombolya, German: Hatzfeld) is a city in Timiş county, Romania. As of 2004, it had a population of 11,605. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jimbolia"
Sânnicolau Mare ( Hungarian: Nagyszentmiklós, German: Groß Sankt Nikolaus) is a town in Timiş County, Romania and the westernmost of the country. Located in the Banat region, it has a population of 13,000. It became part of Romania in 1919. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sânnicolau Mare"
Timiş ( Romanian: Timiş, Hungarian: Temes, Serbian: Tamiš/Тамиш) is a county ( judeţ) in Western Romania, in Western Transylvania - Banat region, with the capital city at Timişoara (population: 305,977 as of 2004). ...more on Wikipedia about "Timiş County"
Timişoara (pronunciation in Romanian: ; Hungarian: Temesvár, German: Temeschburg, Temeschwar, or Temeswar, Serbian: Temišvar or Темишвар) is a city in the Banat region of western Romania. With a population of 305,977 in 2004 (329,554 in 2000), it is the capital of Timiş County. It is frequently spelled in English simply as Timisoara. ...more on Wikipedia about "Timişoara"
Timişoara "Traian Vuia" International is Romania's second airport in terms of air traffic, after Bucharest Henri Coanda. It is located in Timişoara, western Romania, in the region of Banat, near the Hungarian and Serbian border. The airport was renamed in 2004 after the Romanian flight pioneer Traian Vuia. In 2004 the airport received 420,000 passengers. It has the biggest annual growth rate in terms of passenger traffic among Romanian airports (over 20%). ...more on Wikipedia about "Traian Vuia International Airport"
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