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Suceava Region

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Suceava Region within the administrative divisions of Romania, 1950–1952
Suceava Region within the administrative divisions of Romania, 1950–1952
Suceava Region within the administrative divisions of Romania, 1952–1956
Suceava Region within the administrative divisions of Romania, 1952–1956
Suceava Region within the administrative divisions of Romania, 1960–1968
Suceava Region within the administrative divisions of Romania, 1960–1968

Suceava Region (Regiunea Suceava) was an administrative-territorial division located in the northeastern part of the Romanian People's Republic, established in 1950, when the counties were abolished (by Law no. 5 from September 6, 1950). It existed until 1968, when the regions were abolished.

History

Initially, the residence of the region was in Câmpulung Moldovenesc.[1] In 1952, the administrative center moved to Suceava. During that period, the territory of the region was similar to that of the present-day Suceava County.

Between 1956 and 1968, the region included a large part of the present Botoșani County, after the Botoșani Region was abolished and its districts came first under the jurisdiction of the Iași Region (1952), and then under the jurisdiction of the Suceava Region (1956).

The Suceava Region was reorganized in 1960 by the dissolution of the Darabani, Siret, and Trușești districts.

Neighbors

Raions

Suceava Region consisted of the following raions:

  • 1950–1956: Câmpulung, Fălticeni, Gura Humorului, Rădăuți, Siret, Suceava, Vatra Dornei.
  • 1956–1960: Botoșani, Câmpulung, Darabani, Dorohoi, Fălticeni, Gura Humorului, Rădăuți, Săveni, Siret, Suceava, Trușești, Vatra Dornei.
  • 1960–1968: Botoșani, Câmpulung, Dorohoi, Fălticeni, Gura Humorului, Rădăuți, Săveni, Suceava, Vatra Dornei.

References

  1. ^ Lupașcu, Radu. "Cum a luat naștere orașul modern Suceava, ridicat în timp record, pentru o populație care crescuse de cinci ori într-un sfert de secol". Monitorul de Suceava (in Romanian). Retrieved April 5, 2021.

This page was last edited on 5 April 2021, at 21:08
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