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Historical regions of Romania: Map

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At various times during its history, Romaniamarker extended over the following historical regions:

Transylvania (and Partium):
  • Transylvania proper: today in Romania;
  • Banat (part of the historical Partium region): today divided between Romania, Serbiamarker and Hungarymarker;
  • Crişana (part of the historical Partium region): today divided between Romania and Hungary;
  • Maramureş (part of the historical Partium region): today divided between Romania and Ukrainemarker.


Moldavia: Transnistria: today divided between Ukraine and Moldova.

Wallachia:
  • Muntenia (Greater Wallachia): today in Romania;
  • Oltenia (Lesser Wallachia): today in Romania;


Dobruja:

During or after WWII Romania lost some of the above mentioned regions: Southern Dobruja (in 1940), Northern Bukovina and Hertza (in 1944), the Snake Island (in 1948) and Bessarabia (in 1944). Transnistria belonged only for a short time during World War II to Romania (from 1941 to 1944).

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