Transylvanian Plain

Location of the Transylvanian Plain

The Transylvanian Plain (Romanian: Câmpia Transilvaniei, Hungarian: Mezőség) is an ethnogeographical area in Transylvania, Romania, located between the Someş River and the Mureş River.

The Transylvanian Plain can be divided into two parts: a hilly one in the North-East and a plain one in South and West.

Some important villages of Câmpia Transilvaniei are Sic (a former salt-mining town), Mociu, Jucu, Band, Suatu and Unguraş.


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Coordinates: 46°54′N 24°09′E / 46.900°N 24.150°E / 46.900; 24.150