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Lat: 46° 46' 0" N
Long: 23° 35' 0" E
Cluj-Napoca commonly known as Cluj,
is the second most populous city in Romania,
and the seat of Cluj County in the northwestern part of the country.
Located in the Mic River valley,
the city is considered the unofficial capital
to the historical province of Transylvania.
1790 to 1848 and 1861 to 1867,
it was the official capital of the
Grand Principality of Transylvania.
Other names for the city include: German:
Klausenburg; Hungarian: Kolozsvar;
Medieval Latin: Castrum Clus, Claudiopolis; and Yiddish: Kloiznburg.
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City Directory Yellow Pages and White Pages
Pages Jaunes et Pages Blanches Cluj-Napoca
Paginas Amarillas y Paginas Blancas Cluj-Napoca
Gelbe Seiten und Telefonbuch Cluj-Napoca
Pagine Gialle e Pagine Bianche Cluj-Napoca