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Stănilești

Stănileşti
Commune
Location of Stănileşti
Location of Stănileşti
Coordinates:
Country Romania
County Vaslui
Component villages Bogdana-Voloseni, Budu Cantemir, Chersăcosu, Gura Văii, Pogăneşti, Săratu, Stănileşti
Population (2007)
 • Total 5,852

Stănileşti is a commune in Vaslui County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Bogdana-Voloseni, Budu Cantemir, Chersăcosu, Gura Văii, Pogăneşti, Săratu and Stănileşti.

Stănilești was the site of the 1711 Battle of Stănileşti between the Russo-Moldavian and the Ottoman armies.

References

  • Stănilești at GEOnet Names Server
  • Stănilești at GEOnet Names Server
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