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  2. Brașov - Wikipedia

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    According to the latest Romanian census ( 2011 ), Brașov has a population of 253,200 making it the 7th most populous city in Romania. The metropolitan area is home to 382,896 residents. [7] Brașov is located in the central part of the country, about 166 km (103 mi) north of Bucharest and 380 km (236 mi) from the Black Sea.

  3. Poiana Brașov - Wikipedia

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    Poiana Brașov (Romanian pronunciation: [poˈjana braˈʃov], German: Schulerau; Hungarian: Brassópojána) is a neighborhood of Brașov and a Romanian ski resort.. After the 2010s modernization, the ski area has expanded from 50 hectares (120 acres) to 80 hectares (200 acres) and the slope’s length was increased from 13.8 km (8.6 mi) to 23.9 km (14.9 mi).

  4. Victoria, Brașov - Wikipedia

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    www .primariavictoria .ro. Victoria ( Romanian pronunciation: [vikˈtori.a]; German: Viktoriastadt; Hungarian: Viktóriaváros) is a town in the western part of Brașov County, Transylvania, Romania, near the Făgăraș Mountains. It had a population of 7,067 at the 2011 census. In 1939, the Romanian state signed a contract with the German ...

  5. Făgăraș - Wikipedia

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    The city is located at the foothills of the Făgăraș Mountains, on their northern side. It is traversed by the DN1 road, 66 kilometres (41 mi) west of Brașov and 76 kilometres (47 mi) east of Sibiu. On the east side of the city, between an abandoned field and a gas station, lies the geographical center of Romania, at 45°50′N 24°59′E. [4]

  6. Brașov-Ghimbav International Airport - Wikipedia

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    Brașov-Ghimbav International Airport(Romanian: Aeroportul Internațional Brașov-Ghimbav) (ICAO: LROV) is an airport development project located in Ghimbav, near Brașov, Romania, right by the future A3 motorway. It is the first airport to be built in post-communist Romania,[3]and the 17th commercial airportin the country.

  7. Roman (vehicle manufacturer) - Wikipedia

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    ROMAN (with the DAC division) is a truck and bus manufacturer from Brașov, Romania. It was established after World War II on the foundation of the old ROMLOC automotive factory built in 1921. In 1948, the industrial plant was named Steagul Roșu ( The Red Flag ), and later Intreprinderea de Autocamioane Brașov ( Brașov Truck Works ).

  8. Brașov rebellion - Wikipedia

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    Located in southeastern Transylvania, Brașov was Romania's most industrially developed city, with over 61% of labor participating in industry. A skilled working class emerged in the 1960s as the Communist government encouraged migrations from the more rural regions of Romania (such as Moldavia) to operate Brașov factories.

  9. A3 motorway (Romania) - Wikipedia

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    A3 motorway (Romania) The A3 motorway ( Romanian: Autostrada A3) is a partially built motorway in Romania, planned to connect Bucharest with the Transylvania region and the north-western part of the country. It will be 596 km long and will run along the route: Ploiești, Brașov, Făgăraș, Sighișoara, Târgu Mureș, Cluj-Napoca, Zalău and ...