Piatra Neamţ

Piatra Neamţ (Romanian), Karácsonkő (Hungarian)

Names of cities in different languages. 2013.

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  • Piatra Neamt — Piatra Neamţ  Roumanie Judeţ de Neamţ Piatra Neamţ Statut : Municipalité …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Piatra Neamț — La vieille ville …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Piatra Neamt — Piatra Neamţ …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • PIATRA-NEAMT — (Rom. Piatra Neamţ, or Piatra), town in Moldavia, N.E. Romania. According to a local Jewish tradition, a synagogue existed there by the middle of the 16th century, and during the war against Turkey (1541–46), the Jews of Piatra Neamt hid the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Piatra Neamţ — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Piatra Neamţ es la ciudad capital del condado de Neamt, en la histórica región de Moldavia, Rumania oriental. Debido a su ubicación privilegiada en la montañas de los Cárpatos orientales, se considera una de las… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Piatra Neamţ —   [ pjatra ne̯amts], Hauptstadt des Kreises Neamţ, im Osten Rumäniens, am Rand der Ostkarpaten, 345 m über dem Meeresspiegel, im Tal der Bistritz, 126 600 Einwohner; archäologisches Museum; Landmaschinenbau, Möbelfabrik, Papier , Nahrungsmittel… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Piatra Neamţ — Infobox Settlement subdivision type = Country subdivision name = ROU timezone=EET utc offset=+2 timezone DST=EEST utc offset DST=+3 map caption = Location of Piatra Neamţ |official name=Piatra Neamţ image shield=Coa PiatraNeamt RO.gif subdivision …   Wikipedia

  • Piatra Neamt — Original name in latin Piatra Neam Name in other language Piatra Neamt, Piatra Neam Piatra Neamt State code RO Continent/City Europe/Bucharest longitude 46.91667 latitude 26.33333 altitude 508 Population 102688 Date 2012 01 18 …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Piatra-Neamţ — ▪ Romania       city, capital of Neamţ judeţ (county), northeastern Romania. It lies in the valley of the Bistriţa River and is surrounded by mountains. It is first documented in the 14th century as Piatra lui Crăciun, or Camena, a market town… …   Universalium

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