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Counties of Romania with a Map

Can you name the 41 counties and 1 municipality that makes up Romania?
Quiz by Vicky
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Last updated: August 24, 2020
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First submittedApril 29, 2020
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County
Alba
Arad
Argeș
Bacău
Bihor
Bistrița-Năsăud
County
Botoșani
Brașov
Brăila
Bucharest
Buzău
Caraș-Severin
County
Călărași
Cluj
Constanța
Covasna
Dâmbovița
Dolj
County
Galați
Giurgiu
Gorj
Harghita
Hunedoara
Ialomița
County
Iași
Ilfov
Maramureș
Mehedinți
Mureș
Neamț
County
Olt
Prahova
Satu Mare
Sălaj
Sibiu
Suceava
County
Teleorman
Timiș
Tulcea
Vaslui
Vâlcea
Vrancea
8 Comments
+2
Level 23
Jan 16, 2021
foarte frumos, puteti accepta la Brasov scrierea Bruhsov? credeam ca asa se scrie si plus in romania se accepta...
+8
Level 59
Jan 30, 2021
Unde se accepta? Eu nu am vazut nicaieri. Esti roman sau strain care invata romana?
+4
Level 19
Mar 15, 2021
nu am vazut nicaieri sa se spuna la brasov bruhsov , poate doar la tine in ungaria ;)
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Level 70
Aug 24, 2022
Hungarian names of the counties should have been accepted as answers. Covasna=Kovászna, Bihar=Bihor, Temes=Timis, Cluj=Kolozs, etc.

Thanks.

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Level 47
Sep 11, 2022
no they should not be accepted
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Level 70
Oct 3, 2022
Why? Historically it belonged to Hungary, and nowadays 3 counties have Hungarian majority.
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Level 48
Apr 3, 2023
they are only two counties with a Hungarian majority. Also, only because historically Hungarians conquered Transylvania, there is no need for signs to be on Hungarian, because it isn't a regional language or state language. That's as if you said that in Poland signs should be written on Russian and German. Or as if that signs in Greece should be on Turkish too. Its just nonsense.
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Level 53
Oct 19, 2022
No, historically they belong to Romania. At some point they were part of the Austro-Hungarian empire, which doesn’t exist anymore. And what happened in WW2, when Hungary tried to take “back” Transylvania, cannot be taken into account.