Location in Alba County
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Sântimbru (Hungarian: Marosszentimre; German: Sankt Emmerich) is a commune located in Alba County, Romania. It has a population of 2,740, and is composed of five villages: Coșlariu (Koslárd), Dumitra (Demeterpataka), Galtiu (Gáldtő), Sântimbru and Totoi (Táté).
The commune has a Hungarian Reformed church founded by John Hunyadi in 1449.
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