Bistrița (Q187205)

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capital of Bistrița-Năsăud County, Romania
  • Bistriţa
  • Bistrita
  • Beszterce
  • Bistritz
  • Besztercze
  • Bistrits
  • Bystrzyca
  • Nösen
  • Alsobudak
  • Besztec
  • Nosen
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Bistrița
capital of Bistrița-Năsăud County, Romania
  • Bistriţa
  • Bistrita
  • Beszterce
  • Bistritz
  • Besztercze
  • Bistrits
  • Bystrzyca
  • Nösen
  • Alsobudak
  • Besztec
  • Nosen

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Biserica evanghelică (monument istoric de importanţă naţională) (Romanian)
16 June 1264
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Bistrița (Romanian)
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Beszterce (Hungarian)
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Bistritz (German)
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21 August 1965
21 December 1989
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30 December 1947
20 August 1965
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25 October 1944
29 December 1947
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30 August 1940
24 October 1944
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20 March 1919Gregorian
29 August 1940
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31 October 1918Gregorian
19 March 1919Gregorian
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30 March 1867Gregorian
30 October 1918Gregorian
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11 August 1804Gregorian
29 March 1867Gregorian
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1 May 1711Gregorian
10 August 1804Gregorian
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1570
30 April 1711Gregorian
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145.47±0.01 square kilometre
Piața Centrală nr.6 Bistrița, 420040 (Romanian)
420008–420198
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+40-263224706
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Bistriţa (Rumunsko)
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2--4984
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