CRACIUNESTI: [Crăciuneşti, Karàcsonfalva, Kretsnif ,Kretchinef , Nyárádkarácson, Budiu Mic (Hagymásbodon), Ciba (Csiba), Cinta (Fintaháza), Corneşti (Somosd), Crăciuneşti, Foi (Folyfalva), Nicoleşti (Káposztásszentmiklós) and Tirimioara (Kisteremi). ] Print

Alternate names: Crăciuneşti [Rom], Karàcsonfalva [Hun], Tiszakarácsonfalva [Hun], Kretsnif [Yid], Kretchinef [Yid], Nyárádkarácson. 47°58' N, 23°59' E, 4 miles NE of Sziget, on the Romania-Ukraine border in Mures judet. Jewish population: 799 (in 1877), 889 (in 1930). This commune is composed of eight villages: Budiu Mic (Hagymásbodon), Ciba (Csiba), Cinta (Fintaháza), Corneşti (Somosd), Crăciuneşti, Foi (Folyfalva), Nicoleşti (Káposztásszentmiklós) and Tirimioara (Kisteremi). Ciba, Foi and Nicoleşti were established in 2006. Was Hungary

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