Baia Mare

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: www.mindat.org min-741.html Mindat it was found associated with jamesonite, sphalerite and siderite. Later, still better crystals were found in another Cornish mine, namely, Herodsfoot mine near Liskeard, which was worked for argentiferous galena. Fine crystals of large size have been found with quartz and siderite in the mines at Neudorf (Neudorf, Saxony-Anhalt) in the Harz, and with sphalerite and tetrahedrite at Cavnic near Baia Mare


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, Maramureș Recea , Remetea Chioarului, Satulung, Săcălășeni and Valea Chioarului). "Articles of Incorporation" at zmbm.ro Historical population In 1912, out of the total population of 12,877 people, 9,992 were Hungarians (including Jews), 2,677 Romanians, and 175 Germans. Before the Second World War, Baia Mare had a community of more than 1,000 Jews. In 1944, most of the Jews


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polluted. * The cities of Baia Mare and Sighetu Marmației. * The villages on the Iza, Mara, and Vișeu Valleys. There are a number of inscriptions ranging from the 17th to the early 19th centuries, including examples from Kibéd (Chibed), Csejd (Cotuş), Makfalva (Ghindari), Szokolma, Marosvásárhely (Târgu Mureş), Csíkrákos (Racu), Mezőkeresztes, Nagybánya (Baia Mare), Torda (Turda), Felsőszemeréd


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;ref name 'Engel 232' Engel 2001, p. 232. For example, Stefan Lazarević of Serbia received Satu Mare, Baia Mare and Baia Sprie in modern Romania, and Mircea I of Wallachia was granted Făgăraş. Engel 2001, pp. 232–233. Sigismund I was also the first monarch who recognized, in 1419, the legislative competence of the Estates (Estates of the realm) in Transylvania. Makkai 1994, p. 224. On his initiative

, their assembly declared that in case of an Ottoman attack, every third nobleman and every tenth serf would take up arms. Indeed, from 1420 Ottoman attacks occurred on an annual basis. In this period many Saxon churches, and later the Székely churches of the Ciuc region (Csík County), were fortified, which gave local architecture a distinctive appearance (Fortified churches in Transylvania). Makkai 1994, p


modern period

'', was opened in Baia Mare in 1547 by the Reformed Church following the Protestant Reformation. Modern period In 1703 Pintea Viteazul and his band managed to free the town for a short period of time from the German Imperial (Holy Roman Empire) rule, under which it belonged the royal treasury. Since then Pintea is considered an important figure in the town's history, representing the idea of freedom. The Budești


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image_shield Coa_BaiaMare_MM_RO.png pushpin_map Romania subdivision_type1 County (Counties of Romania) subdivision_name1 Maramureș County subdivision_type2 Status (Subdivisions of Romania) subdivision_name2 established_title First mention established_date 1329 leader_title Mayor leader_name Cătălin Cherecheș leader_party National Liberal Party (National Liberal Party (Romania)) Social Liberal Union population_demonym ''băimărean

publisher INSSE (National Institute of Statistics (Romania)) language Romanian population_density_km2 auto postal_code_type Postal code postal_code 430311 area_code (+40) 0262 registration_plate MM latd 47 latm 40 lats latNS N longd 23 longm 35 longs longEW E website http: www.baiamarecity.ro '''Baia Mare''' ( ;

; from the border with Ukraine. Located south of Igniș and Gutâi Mountains, Baia Mare had a population of 123,738 at the 2011 census, and a Baia Mare metropolitan area


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. The city's importance was linked to the transportation and commerce of salt from nearby Ocna Dejului Salzdorf (Dej), possibly already at a very early date. Due to the economic and commercial benefits it began to receive in the 13th century, Satu Mare became an important centre for craft guilds. In the 18th century, intense urbanisation began; several buildings survive from that period, including the old city hall, the inn, a barracks, the Romanian


brăila

(1987; closed 2006), Brăila (1989; closed 1999), Galaţi (1989), Mediaş (1989), Satu Mare (1994; closed 2005), Vaslui (1994), Piatra Neamţ (1995), Târgu Jiu (1995), Târgovişte (1995; closed 2005), Baia Mare (1996), Slatina (Slatina, Romania) (1996; closed 2005), Ploieşti (1997). A "DAC 117 E (Rocar DAC)" (1987) is preserved by the TRANSIRA Association.


mix+international

;Backwards Priests." When contacting Pook in regard to providing music for the film, Kubrick asked if she had anything else like Backwards Priests – ''"you know, weird."'' Kubrick's Approval Sets Seal on Classical Crossover Success : Pook's Unique Musical MixInternational Herald Tribune * One recurring piece is the second movement of György Ligeti's piano cycle "Musica ricercata"


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;ref name 'Engel 232' Engel 2001, p. 232. For example, Stefan Lazarević of Serbia received Satu Mare, Baia Mare and Baia Sprie in modern Romania, and Mircea I of Wallachia was granted Făgăraş. Engel 2001, pp. 232–233. Sigismund I was also the first monarch who recognized, in 1419, the legislative competence of the Estates (Estates of the realm) in Transylvania. Makkai 1994, p. 224. On his initiative

, their assembly declared that in case of an Ottoman attack, every third nobleman and every tenth serf would take up arms. Indeed, from 1420 Ottoman attacks occurred on an annual basis. In this period many Saxon churches, and later the Székely churches of the Ciuc region (Csík County), were fortified, which gave local architecture a distinctive appearance (Fortified churches in Transylvania). Makkai 1994, p

Baia Mare

'''Baia Mare''' ( from the border with Ukraine.

Located south of Igniș and Gutâi Mountains, Baia Mare had a population of 123,738 at the 2011 census, and a metropolitan area (Baia Mare metropolitan area) home to 215,932 residents. The city administers four villages: Blidari (''Kőbánya''), Firiza (''Felsőfernezely''), Valea Borcutului (''Borpatak'') and Valea Neagră (''Feketepatak'').

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