Cetatea Albă County
|Capital city (Reședință de județ)||Cetatea-Albă|
|Ceased to exist||Administrative and Constitutional Reform in 1938|
|• Land||7,595 km2 (2,932 sq mi)|
|• Total||340,459 (1,930 Census)|
|Time zone||EET (UTC+2)|
|• Summer (DST)||EEST (UTC+3)|
The county consisted of six districts (plăṣi) : Cazaci, Tarutina, Taslâc (with the seat at Arciz), Tatar-Bunar, Tuzla (with the seat at Cetatea-Albă) and Volințiri. Between 1918 and 1930 it comprised eight districts:
- Ivăneștii Noi
- Liman (with the seat at Cetatea-Albă)
- Sărata (with the seat at Bairamcea)
Coat of arms
The Coat of Arms featured a tree on the sinister and the fortress of Cetatea-Albă on the dexter.
According to the Romanian census of 1930 the population of Cetatea Albă County was 340,459, of which 20.9% were ethnic Bulgarians, 20.5% ethnic Ukrainians, 18.5% Romanians, 17.3% Russians 16.3% ethnic Germans, 3.3% Jews, 3.3% Gagauz and 0.1% Armenians. Classified by religion: 79.0% were Orthodox Christian, 16.3% Lutheran, 4.7% Jews.
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