Făget medieval ruins
Location of Făget
|• Mayor||Marcel Avram (PD-L)|
|Time zone||EET (UTC+2)|
|• Summer (DST)||EEST (UTC+3)|
The town administers ten villages: Bătești, Begheiu Mic, Bichigi, Brănești, Bunea Mare, Bunea Mică (depopulated), Colonia Mică, Jupânești, Povârgina and Temerești.
|Source: Census data|
In 2002: Romanians (6,604), Hungarians (312), Germans (61), Roma (14), Serbs (2).
The town is situated in the center of a distinct ethno-folkloric area, at the north-west side of the Poiana Ruscă mountains, on the DN68 national road. The road stretches from Ilia to Lugoj—and on the CFR 212 railroad line.
At the north side of Făget the Bega river is visible; around it there are still signs of a medieval fortification dating 1548 (not fully studied yet).
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