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Ținutul Jiu
Ținutul Olt
Land (Ținut)
Coat of arms of Ținutul Jiu
Romania 1938 - Jiu.svg
Country
Flag of Romania.svg
Romania
Former counties includedDolj County, Gorj County, Mehedinți County, Olt County, Romanați County, Vâlcea County
Historic regionWallachia (Oltenia)
Capital city (Reședință de ținut)Craiova
EstablishedThe administrative reform of 1938
Ceased to existTerritorial loss and new administrative law (1940)
Government
 • TypeRezident Regal
Time zoneUTC+2 (EET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+3 (EEST)

Ținutul Jiu (or Ținutul Olt) was one of the ten Romanian ținuturi ("lands") founded in 1938, after King Carol II initiated an institutional reform by modifying the 1923 Constitution and the law of territorial administration. Roughly corresponding to the historical region of Oltenia and named after the Jiu River and the Olt River, it had its capital in the city of Craiova. Ținutul Jiu ceased to exist following the territorial losses of Romania to the Axis powers and the king's abdication in 1940.

Coat of arms

The coat of arms consists of six bars, three of gules and three of or, representing the former seven counties (județe) of Greater Romania (71 in total) which it had included. Over the bars there is an or lion rampant langued and armed sable, facing dexter (the symbol of Oltenia).

Former counties incorporated

After the 1938 Administrative and Constitutional Reform, the older 71 counties lost their authority.

See also

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