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Frae tap, left tae richt: Foontain in Cooncil Square, Cooncil Hoose, panoramic view o the Auld Toun, Hollywood-lik sign on Tâmpa, Republic Street, Black Kirk, aerial view o St. Nicholas Kirk
Coat of airms o Brașov
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Location of Brașov
Location of Brașov
Brașov is located in Braşov Coonty
Location of Brașov
Coordinates: 45°40′N 25°37′E / 45.667°N 25.617°E / 45.667; 25.617Coordinates: 45°40′N 25°37′E / 45.667°N 25.617°E / 45.667; 25.617
Country Romanie
Coonty Brașov
StatusCounty capital
 • MayorGeorge Scripcaru (Democratic Liberal Pairty)
 • Ceety267.32 km2 (103.21 sq mi)
 • Metro
1368.5 km2 (528.4 sq mi)
600 m (2,000 ft)
 (2011 census[1])
 • Ceety253,200
 • Density853/km2 (2,210/sq mi)
 • Metro
Demonym(s)brașoveanbrașoveancă (ro)
Population bi ethnicity
 • Romanians91.3%
 • Hungarians7.1%
 • Germans0.5%
 • Gypsies0.4%
 • Jews0.05%
 • Lipovans0.05%
 • Italians0.036%
 • Ithers0.6%
Time zoneUTC+2 (EET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+3 (EEST)
Postal code
RO 500xxx
Area code(s)(+40) 268
Vehicle registrationBV

Brașov (Romanie pronunciation: [braˈʃov] ( listen); German: Kronstadt; Hungarian: Brassó, Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈbrɒʃʃoː]; Medieval Laitin: Brassovia or Corona; 1950–1960: Orașul Stalin) is a ceety in Romanie an the caipital o Brașov Coonty.

Accordin tae the last Romanian census, frae 2002, there wur 284,596 fowk livin athin the ceety o Brașov, makin it the 8t maist populatit ceety in Romaniee.

Brașov is locatit in the central pairt o the kintra, aboot 166 km north o Bucharest. It is surroondit bi the Soothren Carpathians an is pairt o the Transylvanie region.

The ceety is notable for being the birthplace o the naitional anthem o Romanie an for hostin the Golden Stag International Music Festival.

Twin ceeties[eedit | eedit soorce]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "Population at 20 October 2011" (in Romanian). INSSE. 5 Julie 2013. Archived frae the original on 26 December 2018. Retrieved 5 Julie 2013.CS1 maint: unrecognised leid (link)
  2. [1] Archived 2009-12-29 at the Wayback Machine