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List of local administrative units of Romania

Here is a list of all local administrative units (localități; sing. localitate), which are the municipalities (municipii; sing. municipiu), cities (orașe; sing. oraș) and communes (comune; sing. comună) of Romania, grouped by macroregions (macroregiune; sing. macroregiunea), development regions (regiunile de dezvoltare; sing. regiunea de dezvoltare) and counties (județe; sing. județ).

Macroregiunea 1

North-West Romania

Bihor County

  • 4 municipalities, 6 towns and 91 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Bistrița-Năsăud County

  • 1 municipality, 3 towns and 58 communes)
Municipalities
  • Bistrița - capital; population: 81,467 (as of 2002)
Towns

Communes

Cluj County

  • 5 municipalities, 1 town and 75 communes
Municipalities

Towns
Communes

Maramureș County

  • 2 municipalities, 11 towns and 63 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Satu Mare County

  • 2 municipalities, 4 towns and 58 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Sălaj County

  • 1 municipality, 3 towns and 58 communes; subdivided into 281 villages
Municipalities
  • Zalău - capital; population: 64,123 (July 1, 2006), 63,860 (January 1, 2008)
Towns

Communes

Central Romania

Alba County

  • 4 municipalities, 7 towns and 68 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Brașov County

  • 4 municipalities, 6 towns and 48 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Covasna County

  • 2 municipalities, 3 towns and 40 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Harghita County

  • 4 municipalities, 5 towns and 58 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Mureș County

  • 4 municipalities, 7 towns and 91 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Sibiu County

  • 2 municipalities, 9 towns and 53 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Macroregiunea 2

North-East Romania

Bacău County

  • 3 municipalities, 5 towns and 85 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Botoșani County

  • 2 municipalities, 5 towns and 71 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Iași County

  • 2 municipalities, 3 towns and 93 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Neamț County

  • 2 municipalities, 3 towns and 78 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Suceava County

  • 5 municipalities, 11 towns and 98 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Vaslui County

  • 3 municipalities, 2 towns and 81 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

South-East Romania

Brăila County

  • 1 municipality, 3 towns and 40 communes
Municipalities
  • Brăila - capital; population: 210,400 (as of 2007)
Towns

Communes

Buzău County

  • 2 municipalities, 3 towns and 82 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Constanța County

  • 3 municipalities, 9 towns and 58 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Galați County

  • 2 municipalities, 2 towns and 60 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Tulcea County

  • 1 municipality, 4 towns and 46 communes
Municipalities
  • Tulcea - capital; population: 92,379 (as of 2007)
Towns

Communes

Vrancea County

  • 2 municipalities, 3 towns and 68 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Macroregiunea 3

South Romania-Muntenia

Argeș County

  • 3 municipalities, 4 towns and 95 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Călărași County

  • 2 municipalities, 3 towns and 50 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Dâmbovița County

  • 2 municipalities, 5 towns and 82 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Giurgiu County

  • 1 municipality, 2 towns and 50 communes
Municipalities
  • Giurgiu - capital; population: 73,260 (as of 2007)
Towns

Communes

Ialomița County

  • 3 municipalities, 4 towns and 57 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Prahova County

  • 2 municipalities, 12 towns and 90 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Teleorman County

  • 3 municipalities, 2 towns and 93 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Greater Bucharest-Ilfov

Bucharest

Municipalities

Ilfov County

  • 8 towns and 31 communes
Towns

Communes

Macroregiunea 4

South-West Romania-Oltenia

Dolj County

  • 3 municipalities, 4 towns and 104 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Gorj County

  • 2 municipalities, 7 towns and 61 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Mehedinți County

  • 2 municipalities, 3 towns and 61 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Olt County

  • 2 municipalities, 6 towns and 104 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Vâlcea County

  • 2 municipalities, 9 towns and 78 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

West Romania

Arad County

  • 1 municipality, 9 towns and 68 communes
Municipalities
  • Arad - capital; population: 172,827 (as of 2002)
Towns

Communes

Caraș-Severin County

  • 2 municipalities, 6 towns and 69 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Hunedoara County

  • 7 municipalities, 7 towns and 55 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

Timiș County

  • 2 municipalities, 8 towns and 88 communes
Municipalities

Towns

Communes

See also

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