Suceava County

county of Romania

Suceava (IPA: [su.'ʧ]) is a county (judeţ) of Romania in the historical regions Moldavia and Bukovina. The capital of Suceava County is Suceava.

Coat of arms of Suceava
Administrative map of Romania with Suceava county highlighted
Coordinates: 47°35′N 25°46′E / 47.58°N 25.76°E / 47.58; 25.76
Development regionNord-Est
Historic regionMoldavia (mostly in Bukovina)
 • Total8,553 km2 (3,302 sq mi)
 • Total688,435
 • Density80/km2 (210/sq mi)
Telephone code(+40) 230 or (+40) 330[1]
ISO 3166 codeRO-SV
WebsiteCounty Council

Physical geography change

Suceava County has an area of 8,553 km².

The west side of the county has many mountains from the Eastern Carpathians group. These are the Rodna Mountains, the Rarău Mountains, the Giumalău Mountains and the three "Obcine". The county is lower in the east, with the lowest point in the Siret River valley.

The county contains the Siret River and some of its tributaries. This means that they run into the Siret River. These tributaries are the Moldova River, the Suceava River and the Bistriţa River.

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Divisions change

Suceava County has 5 municipalities, 11 towns and 98 communes.

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Population change

In 2002, it had a population of 688,435. The population density was 80.5/km².

These are the nationalities of the people who live in Suceava County.[2]

This is how the population of Suceava County has changed over the last 60 years.[3]

Year County population
1948 439,751
1956 507,674
1966 572,781
1977 633,899
1992 701,830
2002 688,435

Economy change

The predominant industries in the county are:

There are also metals that are mined in the mountains.

References change

  1. The number used depends on the numbering system employed by the phone companies on the market.
  2. National Institute of Statistics, "Populaţia după etnie" Archived 2009-08-16 at the Wayback Machine
  3. National Institute of Statistics, "Populaţia la recensămintele din anii 1948, 1956, 1966, 1977, 1992 şi 2002" Archived 2006-09-22 at the Wayback Machine