The Town Hall in Arad, Romania.Licensed from iStockPhoto
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city in W Romania, on the Mureş River: pop. 189,000
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A city of western Romania on the Mureşul River near the Hungarian border. Ruled by Turkey and later by Hungary, it became part of Romania in 1920. Population: 169,000.