Bistriţa

Beszterce (Hungarian), Bistrica - Бистрица (Serbian, Macedonian), Bistriţa (Romanian), Bistritz (German), Bystrzyca (Polish)

Names of cities in different languages. 2013.

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  • Bistrita — Bistriţa Bistritz Beszterce …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bistrita — Bistriţa  Roumanie Judeţ de Bistriţa Năsăud Bistriţa Statut : Chef lieu …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Bistrița — Le centre ville de Bistrița …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Bistriţa — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Bistriţa Escudo …   Wikipedia Español

  • Bistrița — Bistritz Beszterce …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • BISTRITA — (Rom. Bistriţa; Hg. Beszterce; Ger. Bistritz), town in Northern Transylvania, Romania; within Hungary until 1918 and between 1940 and 1944. The town was established by Saxon immigrants during the 12th century. It was populated over the centuries… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Bistrita — (la) rivière de Roumanie (290 km), principal affluent du Siret. Elle coule dans les Carpates orientales. Centrales hydroélectriques (500 MWh) sur son cours inférieur …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Bistrița — This article is about a city in Romania. For other uses, see Bistrița (disambiguation). Bistrița   County capital   …   Wikipedia

  • Bistriţa — Infobox Settlement subdivision type = Country subdivision name = ROU timezone = EET utc offset = +2 timezone DST = EEST utc offset DST = +3 map caption = Location of Bistriţa official name = Bistriţa image shield = Coa bistrita ro.gif subdivision …   Wikipedia

  • Bistrita — 1 Original name in latin Bistria Name in other language Beszterce, Besztercze, Bistrica, Bistrita, Bistritz, Bistria, QBY, bisutoritsuBistritaa, Бистрица State code RO Continent/City Europe/Bucharest longitude 47.13316 latitude 24.50011 altitude… …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Bistrița — ▪ Romania       town, capital of Bistrița Năsăud județ (county), northern Romania. Settled in the 12th century by immigrant Germans, it acquired free city status in 1353. Holding an annual fair, it developed extensive markets throughout Moldavia …   Universalium

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