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For the poet, see Ana Blandiana.
Location in Alba County
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Blandiana (German: Stumpach; Hungarian: Maroskarna) is a commune located in Alba County, Romania. It has a population of 1,187 and is composed of five villages: Acmariu (Akmár), Blandiana, Ibru, Poieni and Răcătău (Rakató).
- Wooden church (1768, renovated in the 19th century) in Acmariu village
- Piatra Tomii Nature Reserve
- The Romanian Orthodox Church of the Holy Archangels, replacing a wooden church built in 1890. The new church is different from others because of the wooden bell tower. The relatively low nave with a semicircular wooden ceiling extends over the apse.
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