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Sephardic Studies [September 2002]:

Before WWII, 20,000 Jewish families lived in all of Romania. The survivors were "bought" by Israel from the Communists based onto their intellectuality and university degrees. Today's Romanian Jewish popuation of about 9,000 persons in the entire country is very elderly. The political and socio-economical situation in Romania continues to erode Jewish contribution to Romanian culture and commerce. [February 2002]

Sephardic Cemetery: The few remaining Sephardim in Romania were assimilated by Askenazim. Only the Sephardic cemetery in Bucharest remains as proof of their former presence. [February 2002]

The US Commission for the Preservation of America's Heritage Abroad began to survey Jewish monuments in Romania. Contact: Samuel Gruber, 123 Clarke St., Syracuse, NY 13210. All cemetery descriptions that follow with a "RO-CE" and a number are from the Survey of Historic Jewish Sites and Monuments in Romania sponsored by the U.S. Commission for the Preservation of America's Heritage Abroad.

Photo appendix to article by Samuel Gruber [September 2016]

GENERAL ROMANIA INFORMATION USEFUL FOR JEWISH RESEARCH:

REFERENCES:

  1. BOOK: Jewish Graveyards in the Custody of the Mosaic Community of Cluj Napoca by Micea Moldovan, sent by Ladislau Gymant. : "At the end of 1987, there were 675 identified graveyards, 459 of which were in Transylvania. Many were closed because there were no more Jews left. In the Transylvanian counties of Bihor, there were 59 cemeteries, Bistrita-Nasaud-52, Cluj-40, Maramures over 80, Satu-Mare-over 100, and Sãlaj-28. Rich and Poor were buried side by side, but rabbis were arranged in separate rows. Chevra Kadishas generally were set up when the community began; therefore often are older than the synagogue. The tombstones had definite heights, but their width could differ according to social rank and fortune. One-third of the early stones were made of earth, 2/3 were carved and were lower. Later ones were over six to eight feet tall. The article describes the type and artistic designs of the stones. Detail about the cemeteries in the Cluj-Napoca area are given." [See Cluj-Napoca]. Source: Ladislau Gyemant, str. Tarmta, B1B5 Shttp://surface.syr.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1018&context=relCIII op.28, 3400 Chj-Nepocie, Moldavia, Transylvania; e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
  2. BOOK: Saros Laszlo and Vali Dezso. Tanu ez a kohalom ; (This Cairn is Witness Today). ISBN 963 7476 172. A very interesting book of Jewish Cemetery Photographs published in Hungary in 1993, 149 pages of black and white photos and 8 (English) pages of text with general information. The sections are: Introduction, Cemetery in Ancient Times, Old Tombstones, Cemetery and History, The Tombs of the Ancestors, Tent and Parchment, People and Flower, Rituals of Death, Epitaphs, Signs and Symbols Source: '; and see http://jgsr.net
  3. BOOK: Citations for Maramures County 1850 census and historical information: Recensamântul Din 1880 Transilvania : Studia Censualia Transsivanica Universitatea "Babes-Bolyai" Cluj-Napoca Catedra si Laboratorul de Sociologie. Traian Rotariu, coordinator; Maria Semeniuc; Cornelia Muresan, information. 1997, UBB Catedra de Sociologie. Editura Staff, 1997.
  4. BOOK: Sursa datelor statistice: A Magyar Korona országaiban az 1881 . Év elején végrehajtott népszámlálás fobb eredményei megyék és községek szerint részletezve, II kötet, Budapesta, 1882. ISBN 973-9679641. (Programul de cercetare si editarea volumului au fost finantate de ministerul educatiei nationale si fundatia Soros)
  5. BOOK: Recensamântul Din 1850 Transilvania : Studia Censualia Transsivanica Universitatea "Babes-Bolyai" Cluj-Napoca Catedra si Laboratorul de Sociologie. Traian Rotariu, coordonator; Ion Bolovan, consultant; Mezei Elemér, tehnoredactare. 1997, UBB Catedra de Sociologie. Sursa datelor statistice: Az 1850. Évi erdélyi népszámlálás. Köponti statisztikai hivatal levéltára, Budapest, 1983. ISBN 973-96796-8. (Programul de cercetare si editarea volumului au fost finantate de ministerul educatiei nationale si fundatia Soros)
  6. Mircea-Sergiu Moldovan, PhD. (Professor and architect, str. Parîng, nr. 1, bl. A4, ap. 12, 3400 Cluj-Napoca, Romania, Ph.: 40-64-161261) prepared many of the survey forms. Dates are listed by the individual cemeteries. Documentation used to completed the surveys include:
  7. BOOK: Otto Mittelstrass, Historisch-Landeskundlicher Atlas von Siebenbürgen. Ortsnamenbuch, Heidelberg, 1992; Recens m ntul din 1850.
  8. BOOK: Transylvania (The Census of 1850. Transylvania), Bucure ti, 1996; Recens m ntul din 1857
  9. BOOK: Transilvania (The Census of 1857. Transylvania), Bucure ti, 1997
  10. BOOK: Recens m ntul din 1880. Transilvania (The Census of 1880. Transylvania), Bucure ti, 1998; Recens m ntul general al popula iei Rom niei din 29 decembrie 1930 ( The general Census of the population of Romania December 29, 1930),I-III, Bucure ti, 1938
  11. BOOK: Ujvari Peter, Magyar-Zsido Lexikon (Hungarian-Jewish Lexikon), Budapest, 1929
  12. BOOK: Moshe Carmilly-Weinberger, Istoria evreilor din Transilvania (1623-1944) (History of the Jews of Transylvania-1623-1944), Bucure ti, 1994. Professor Moldovan recorded the tombstones of the various cemeteries on VHS videotape.      BOOK: Gruber, Ruth Ellen. Jewish Heritage Travel: A Guide to East-Central Europe . New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1992. See abandoned sites; main Jewish communities indicated with an asterisk (*) (pps 201-202); excerpts were compiled by Elaine B. Kolinsky (pages 192-223).
  13. BOOK: Jewish Cemeteries of Bucovina. Publisher: Noi Media Print (Bucharest). 2009. ISBN: 978-973-1805-50-4. Rom, Ukr, Eng, French, Ger. 111 pages. To order, contact the author/photographer: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it [July 2009]
  14. BOOK: "Like Pebbles on a Shore and http://www.simongeissbuhler.ch/publikationen/Yiddish_er_Velt_1.pdf [February 2011]
  15. Ancel, Jean. Bibliography of the Jews in Romania, compiled by Jean Ancel and Victor Eskenasy ([Tel Aviv]: Goldstein-Goren Centre for the History of the Jews in Romania, Diaspora Research Institute, Tel Aviv University, 1991)

  16. Bar-Avi, Israel. Esseuri (Jerusalim: Cenaclul Literar "Menora", 1967-1972)

  17. Bar-Avi, Israel. O istorie a evreilor romani (Jerusalim: Cenaclul Literar "Menora", 1961-1971)

  18. Bar-Avi, Israel. Oameni si fapte (cu privire la specific), prezentare: Mitu Grosu, portret: I. Rosintal (Jerusalim: Cenaclul Literar "Menora," 1965)

  19. Butnaru, I. C. The silent Holocaust: Romania and its Jews, foreword by Elie Wiesel (New York; London: Greenwood Press, 1992)

  20. Buzatu, Gh. Asa a inceput holocaustulimpotriva poporului Roman (Bucuresti: Editura Majadahonda, 1995)

  21. Caiet pentru literatura si istoriografie Cenaclul Literar "Menora" (Jerusalim: Cenaclul literar "Menora", 1965-1973)

  22. Carmilly-Weinberger, Moshe. Istoria evreilor din Transilvania (1623-1944) (Bucuresti: Editura Enciclopedica, 1994)

  23. Carp, Matatias. Holocaust in Rumania: facts and documents on the annihilation of Rumania's Jews, 1940-44 [translated by Sean Murphy] (Budapest: Primor Publishing, 1994)

  24. Cohn, Filip. Baricada: roman, etc. (Iafo: Tipografia "Hasefer Hahadas", 1969)

  25. Cohn, Filip. Intalnire: roman, etc. (Iafo: Tipografia "Hasefer Hahadas", [1970])

  26. Colin, Amy D. Paul Celan: holograms of darkness (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c1991)

  27. Deleanu, Horia. Intalniri memorabile (Bucuresti: Editura Hasefer, 1995)

  28. The destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews during the Antonescu era, edited by Randolph L. Braham (Social Science Monographs) (New York: Columbia University Press, 1997)

  29. Dombrovska, D. Soviet and East European Jewry as reflected in Western periodicals: an annotated bibliography, compiled by D. Dombrovska, edited by B. Pinkus (Jerusalem: Hebrew University, Centre for Documentation of East European Jewry, Society for Research on Jewish Communities, 1972)

  30. Eros, Blanka. Soha nem engedem el a kezed! (Nagyvorad: Literator, 1994)

  31. Evreii din Romania intre anii 1940-1944, alcatuit de Lya Benjamin, coordonator stiintific, Sergiu Stanciu, prefata, Moses Rosen (Bucuresti: Editura Hasefer, 1993-)

  32. Expozitia "50 de ani de la martiriul evreilor din Romania", 1991, Bucharest, Romania. Expozitia "50 de ani de la martiriul evreilor din Romania" Bucuresti, 1-3 iulie 1991 Federatia Comunitatilor Evreiesti din Romania (Bucuresti: Editura Hasefer, 1991)

  33. Fior, J. H. Evreii in Anglia din adanca vechime pana la expulzarea la 1290: schita istorica [reprinted from "Anuarul pentru Israeliti, anul XIV"] (Bucuresti, 1891)

  34. Florentina H., pseud. [i.e. Florentina Herscovici]. Ratacitorul: roman (Iafo: Tipografia "Hasefer Hahadas", 1967)

  35. Fondane, Benjamin. Le voyageur n'a pas fini de voyager, textes et documents reunis et presentes par Patrice Beray et Michel Carassou (Paris: Mediterranee, 1996)

  36. Fried, Hedi. Fragments of a life: the road to Auschwitz, edited and translated from the original Swedish by Michael Meyer (London: Hale, 1990)

    Geschichte der Juden in der Bukowina: ein Sammelwerk, herausgegeben von Hugo Gold (Tel-Aviv: Edition "Olamenu", 1958-[1962])

  37. Gherghely, Eduard. Progressul si Evreii in Romania (Botosiani, 1866)

  38. Halevy, Mayer A. Contributiuni la istoria Evreilor in Romania (Bucuresti, 1933)

  39. Iancu, Carol. Evreii din Romania, 1866-1919: de la exludere la emancipare, traducerea: C. Litman (Bucuresti: Editura EH Hasefer, 1996)

  40. Iancu, Carol. Les juifs en Roumanie, 1919-1938: de l'emancipation a la marginalisation, preface de Pierre Guiral, postface de Gerard Nahon (Paris: Peeters, 1996)

  41. Iancu, Carol. Les juifs en Roumanie, 1866-1919 (Aix-en-Provence: Editions de l'Universite de Provence, 1978)

  42. Ianosi, Ion. Moralitati idei inoportune ([Bucuresti]: Cartea Romaneasca,1995)

  43. Israel Bar-Avi: istoriograf, bio-bibliograf, critic literar, conducatorul cenaclului; volum inchinat jubileului scriitoricesc, 25 ani ca autor de carti (1944-1969) 35 ani in publicistica (1934-1969), colaboreaza: Debora Landman [et al.] (Jerusalim: Cenaclul Literar "Menora", 1969)

  44. Izvoare si marturii referitoare la Evreii din Romania, volum intocmit de Victor Eskenasy, cuvint inainte de Moses Rosen (Bucuresti: Federatia Comunitatilor Evreiesti din Republica Socialista Romania, Centrul de Documentare, 1986-)

  45. Jaffre, Jeffrey. Stepson of a people (Montreal: Admiral Printing, c1968)

  46. Jagendorf, Siegfried. Jagendorf's foundry: memoir of the Romanian Holocaust, 1941-1944, introduction and commentaries by Aron Hirt-Manheimer (New York: HarperCollins, c1991)

  47. Jews and Judaism in East European publications, 1945- 1970, edited by B. Pinkus [Pt. 2:  Rumania: a bibliography, compiled by M. Shohat] (Jerusalem: Hebrew University, Center for Documentation of East European Jewry, 1973)

  48. The Jews of Rumania in modern times (Tel Aviv: Nahum Goldmann Museum of the Jewish Diaspora)

  49. Kara, I. Inscriptii ebraice, Stela Cheptea (Iasi: Academia Romana, Filiala Iasi, Centrul de Istorie si Civilizatie Europeana, 1994)

  50. Kara, I. Obstea evreiasca din-- Podu Iloaiei file din istoria unui "stetl" moldovenesc (Bucuresti: Hasefer, 1990)

  51. Kluback, William. Benjamin Fondane: a poet in exile (New York: P. Lang, c1996)

  52. Kuller, Hary. Presa evreiasca bucuresteana: 1857-1994 (Bucuresti: Editura Hasefer, 1996) [YA.1999.a.6307]

  53. Lazar, Samson. Figuri ale obstei evreesti; proza Poezia rezistentei; versuri [De] Samson Lazar (Lascar Saraga) Volum postum ingrijit si prefatat cu esseul Samson Lazar, omul-opera de Israel Bar-Avi (Jerusalim: Cenaclul Literar "Menora", 1969) [YA.1991.b.6046]

  54. Lecca, Radu. Eu i-am salvat pe evreii din Romania, editie ingrijita, studiu introductiv si note de Alexandru V. Dita cu o prefata de Dan Zamfirescu (Bucuresti: Editura Roza Vanturilor, 1994)

  55. Lentin, Ronit. Night train to mother (Dublin: Attic Press, 1989)

  56. Lingvisti si filologi evrei din Romania, prezentare si antologie de Lucia Wald (Bucuresti: Editura Hasefer, 1996)Lustig, Oliver. Jurnal insingerat: roman (Bucuresti: Editura Militara, 1987)

  57. Manuila, Sabin. Populatia evreiasca din Romania in timpul celui de-al doilea razboi mondial / The Jewish population in Romania during World War II, Sabin Manuila si Wilhelm Filderman, introducere de Larry Watts, editor, Kurt W. Treptow (Iasi: The Romanian Cultural Foundation, 1994)

  58. Marcus, Henry. Din vremuri de urgie amintiri (Jerusalim: Cenaclul Literar "Menora", 1966)

  59. Marius, Mircu. Dosar Ana Pauker, prezenta editie estealcatuita de Mihai Stoian, cu consimtamintul autorului (Bucuresti: Editura "Gutenberg - Casa Cartii", 1991)

  60. Martirilor din fundul marii, 1942-1972, culegere intocmita de Israel Bar-Avi si Iosephine Feinstein (Ierusalim: Cenaclul Literar Menora, 1972)

  61. Martiriul evreilor din Romania: 1940-1944: documente si marturii, cuvint inainte, Moses Rosen [volum intocmit de J. Alexandru ... et al.; S. Stanciu, redactor responsabil] (Bucuresti: Editura Hasefer, 1991)

  62. Maur, Mose. Roman de moravuri ([Iaffo]: Tipografia "Hasefer Hahadas", 1969), 3 vol

  63. Ojtser: das Schtetl in der Moldau und Bukowina heute, text von Renata M.Erich, Photographien von Edmund Hofer (Wien: C. Brandstetter, 1988)

  64. Ostfeld, Klara. Luz y sombra de mi vida: memorias (editado por Hillo Ostfeld) (Caracas: Arte, 1986) Paizer, Eliahu. Cintecul baracii (Jerusalim: Cenaclul Literar "Menora", 1969)

  65. Pilon, Juliana Geran. Notes from the other side of night, with an introduction by Mircea Eliade (Lanham; London:  University Press of America, 1994)

  66. Riza, Adrian. Retelele omeniei, prefata de Raoul Sorban (Bucuresti: Editura R.A.I, 1995)

  67. Roman, Viorel S. Imperiul, evreii si romanii (Timisoara: Editura Helicon, 1994)

  68. Romanian census records (Teaneck, N.J.: Distributed by Avotaynu, Inc., c1995)

  69. Rosen, Avram. Participarea evreilor la dezvoltarea industriala a Bucurestiului: din a doua jumatate a secolului al XIX-lea pana in anul 1938, cuvant inainte de Nicolae Cajal, prefata de Gheorghe Zaman (Bucuresti: Editura Hasefer, 1995)

  70. Safran, Alexandre. Resisting the storm: Romania, 1940- 1947: memoirs, edited and annotated by Jean Ancel (Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, 1987)

  71. Safran, David. Amintiri ([Iafo; Tel-Aviv]: Editura Hasefer, [1972?]) (Creatorii de elita ai judaismului roman, no.11.)

  72. Safran, David. Gog si Magog. Roman(Iafo; Tel Aviv: Editura Hasefer, 1973. (Creatorii de elita ai judaismului roman, no.12.)

  73. Safran, David. Patria mea in razboiul de sase zile (Iafo; Tel-Aviv: Editura "Hasefer", 1968) (Creatorii de elita ai judaismului roman, no.8)

  74. Safran, David. Arta de a citi ([Jafo]: Editura Hasefer, [1970?]) (Creatorii de elita ai judaismului roman, no.10

  75. Safran, David. Cronica rebeliunii legionare. Amintiri care ard (Iafo; Tel-Aviv: Editura Hasefer, 1967) (Creatorii de elita ai judaismului roman, no.7)

  76. Safran, David. Templul tineretii mele, prefata de Israel Bar-Avi (Jerusalim: Cenaclul Literar "Menora", 1964)

  77. Sari, Achile. Pohod na Sibir!: speranta care a surpat "Portile Iadului" (Bucuresti: Editura Venus, 1994)

  78. Schwarzfeld, Moses. Momente din istoria Evreilor in Romania de la inceput pana la mijlocul acestui veac (Bucuresti, 1889)

  79. Shattered! 50 years of silence: history and voices of the tragedy in Romania and Transnistria [compiled] by Felicia (Steigman) Carmelly on behalf of the Transnistria Survivors Association Toronto (Scarborough, Ont.: Abbeyfield, 1997)

  80. Siperco, Andrei. Crucea Rosie Internationala si Romania in perioada celui, de-al Doilea Razboi mondial (1 Septembrie 1939-23 august 1944 ) prizonierii de razboi anglo-americani si sovietici; deportatii evrei din Transnistria si emigrarea evreilor in Palestina in atentia Crucii Rosii Internationale (Bucuresti: Editura Enciclopedica, 1997)

  81. Solheim, Magne. Im Schatten von Hakenkreuz, Hammer und Sichel, Judenmission or im Rumonien 1937-1948, aus dem Norwegischen Obersetzt von Cilgia Solheim (Erlangen: Verlag der Ev.-Luth. Mission,  1986)

  82. Sternberg, Ghitta. Stefanesti: portrait of a Romanian shtetl (Oxford: Pergamon, 1984)

  83. Stoian, Mihai. Ultima cursa de la Struma la Mefkure (Bucuresti: Editura Hasefer, 1995)

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Bukovina: [October 2000]

A photographic essay of abandoned Jewish cemeteries in Europe by Ruth Ellen Gruber .

Minna Rozen, Department of History, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel researches cemeteries in Romania. Contact her for more information.

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# Burial Location
301 CIMP: see URMENISU
302 CIMPU NEGRU: see Sighet
303 CINEPESTI: see Turda//Thorenburg/Torda
304 CIOCAIA: Bihor County, Transylvania
305 CIOCOTIS: Maramures County
306 CIOLT: Maramures County
307 CIPAU: Mures County, Transylvania
308 CIRLIBABA: Kirlibaba , Cîrlibaba, Cîrlibaba Veche, Cârlibaba, Radnalajosfalva ,
309 CIUBANCA: jud. Cluj, Transylvania region
310 CIUCEA: Cluj County, Transylvania
311 CIUMARNA: Salaj judet
312 CIUMESTI: Satu Mare County, Transylvania
313 CIZER: Salaj judet [Cizer, Plesca (Palicka) and Pria (Perje)]
314 CLAUSEMBURGO: see Cluj Napoca
315 CLUJ NAPOCA: Cluj jud.
316 CLUJ: see Cluj Napoca
317 COAS: Maramures County
318 COCIUBA MARE: Bihor County, Transylvania
319 CODAESTI: Vaslui County, Moldavia region
320 COLONIA: see VETE
321 COLTAU: Maramures County
322 COLTIREA: Maramures [Kolczé ]
323 COMLAUSA: Satu Mare County, Transylvania
324 CONSTANTA: Constanta jud, Dobrogea County
325 COPACENI: see SIMBATA
326 COPALNIC-MANASTUR: Maramures County
327 COPALNIC: Maramures County
328 COPOU: see IASI
329 CORABIA: Olt County
330 CORDUN (Neamt judet): see ROMAN
331 CORMAIA: see SANGEORZ BAI
332 COROD: Satu Mare County, Transylvania
333 COROISINMARTIN: Mures County, Transylvania
334 CORUND: Satu Mare County, Transylvania
335 CORVINESTI: Bistrita County
336 COSEIU: Salaj County, Transylvania
337 COSTENI: Maramures County
338 CRACIUNESTI: [Crăciuneşti, Karàcsonfalva, Kretsnif ,Kretchinef , Nyárádkarácson, Budiu Mic (Hagymásbodon), Ciba (Csiba), Cinta (Fintaháza), Corneşti (Somosd), Crăciuneşti, Foi (Folyfalva), Nicoleşti (Káposztásszentmiklós) and Tirimioara (Kisteremi). ]
339 CRAIDOROLT: Satu Mare County, Transylvania
340 CRAIOVA: Oltenia (Dolj Judet)
341 CRASNA {KRASNA, Huseni (Krasznahosszúaszó), Marin (Máron) and Ratin (Ráton).: Salaj judet]
342 CRENENCIUC: see Kremenchug
343 CRESTUR: see ABRAMUT
344 CRISTESTI (Botosani judet): see BOTOSANI
345 CRISTESTI CICEIULUI: [Cristeştii-Ciceului, Cristesti=Ciceului, Csicsókeresztúr]: Uria, Bistrita-Nasaud judet
346 CRISTURI - CRISENI: Salaj County [Cigányi, Crișeni, Cristur-Crișeni (Szilágyfőkeresztúr) and Gârceiu (Szilágygörcsön)]
347 CSAK: see CIACOVA
348 CSAKIGORBO: see GIRBOU
349 CSAKOVA: see CIACOVA
350 CSAPO: see CIPAU
351 CSEFFA: see CEFA
352 CSELMO: see CERMEI
353 CSENGERBAGOS: see BOGHIS
354 CSEORG: see Cidreag:
355 CSERNEFALVA: see CERNESTI
356 CSICSOGYORGYFALVA: see CICEU GIURGESTI
357 CSOKALY: see CIOCAIA
358 CSÓKAS: see CIOCOTIS
359 CSOMAKOZ: see CIUMESTI
360 CSUCSA: see CIUCEA
361 CUBULCUT: Bihor County, Transylvania
362 CUCIULATA: Brasov County
363 CULCEA: Maramures County
364 CURTUIUSENI: (Bihor County, Transylvania)
365 DABJON: see DOMNIN
366 DAMACUSENI: Maramures County
367 DAMBA/AU: see DIMBAU, Mures County
368 DARABANI: (Botosani judet)
369 DARSIDA: Salaj judet
370 DE BURDUJENI: see Burdujeni
371 DEAJ: Mures County, Transylvania
372 DEALU CIUNGII: see OCNA MURES
373 DEDA: Mures County, Transylvania
374 DEJ: Cluj judet
375 DENGERLE: see DINDESTI
376 DERNA: Bihor County, Transylvania
377 DES: see DEJ
378 DETA: Timis County
379 DETTA: see DETA
380 DEUTSCHSANKTPETER: see SINPETRU GERMAN
381 DEVA: [Diemrich, Schlossberg, Denburg] Hunedoara judet
382 DIMBAU: Mures County, Transylvania
383 DINDESTI: Satu Mare County, Transylvania
384 DIOSAD: see DIOSOD
385 DIOSIG: Bihor County, Transylvania
386 DIOSOD: Salaj County, Transylvania
387 DISZNAJO: see VALENII DE MURES
388 DOBRA: Hunedoara County
389 DOBRAMCSAPATI: see APATEU
390 DOBRESTI: [Dobresti, Bihardobrosd, Cornisesti (Nagykerpesd), Crancești (Karáncsfalva), Dobresti, Hidișel (Nánhegyes), Luncasprie (Lankás), Răcaș (Lankástanya), Topa de Jos (Alsótopa) and Topa de Sus (Felsőtopa)] Bihor judet
391 DOMBO: see DIMBAU, Mures County
392 DOMNIN: Salaj County, Transylvania
393 DOMOKOS: see Damacuseni
394 DOROHOI [Dorokhoy, Dorohoiu]: Botosani judet, Moldavia region
395 DRAGASANI: Vilcea County
396 DRAGAVILMA: see VIMA MICA
397 DRAGOMIRESTI: see PUNGESTI
398 DRAGUS: Brasov County
399 DRANCENI: see DRINCENI
400 DRINCENI: Vaslui County
 
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