Satu Mare is a city with a population of 102,400 (2011) and the capital of Satu Mare County, Romania, as well as the center of the Satu Mare metropolitan area. Mentioned in the Gesta Hungarorum as castrum Zotmar ("Zotmar's fort"), the city has a history going back to the Middle Ages.
Satu Mare County is a county (județ) of Romania on the border with Hungary and Ukraine. The capital city is Satu Mare.
Satu Mare is a commune in Harghita County, Romania. It lies in the Székely Land, an ethno-cultural region in eastern Transylvania, and is not to be confused with the large city of Satu Mare in Satu Mare County.
Satu Mare Airport is an international airport located in north west Romania, 14 km (8.7 mi) south of Satu Mare municipality, the capital of Satu Mare County.
The Satu Mare Swabians or Sathmar Swabians are a German ethnic group in the Satu Mare (German: Sathmar) region of Romania. They are one of the few Danube Swabian (German: Donau Schwaben) subgroups that are actually Swabian, and their dialect, namely Sathmar Swabian, is similar to the other varieties of the Swabian German dialect.Most were originally farmers in Upper Swabia who subsequently came to Partium (at the time Hungary, now Romania) during the East Colonization (German: Ostsiedlung) in the 1700s.
Satu Mare is a commune located in Suceava County, Bukovina, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Satu Mare (German: Deutsch Satulmare) and Țibeni (Hungarian: Istensegíts).
Satu Mare railway station is the main station in Satu Mare, Romania. It is located near the city center.
Satu Mare Solar Park, a large thin-film photovoltaic power system, is being built on a 15 ha plot of land near the Satu Mare city in Romania. The power plant will be a 5 to 8-megawatt solar power system using state-of-the-art thin film technology, and should be finished by the end of 2012.
The Satu Mare Metropolitan Area is a metropolitan area of Romania founded on April 26, 2013 around the capital of Satu Mare county: Satu Mare. It has a population of 233,306 and, besides Satu Mare, it includes four cities and towns and 26 villages.
The Satu Mare ghetto was one of the Nazi-era ghettos for European Jews during World War II. It was located in the city of Satu Mare in Satu Mare County, Transylvania, now part of Romania but administered as part of Szatmár County by the Kingdom of Hungary from the 1940 Second Vienna Award's grant of Northern Transylvania until late 1944. The ghetto was active in the spring of 1944, following Operation Margarethe.
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