Brestovăț

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Brestovăț
Location of Brestovăț
Location of Brestovăț
Coordinates: 45°52′23″N 21°40′52″E / 45.87306°N 21.68111°E / 45.87306; 21.68111Coordinates: 45°52′23″N 21°40′52″E / 45.87306°N 21.68111°E / 45.87306; 21.68111
Country Romania
CountyROU Timis County CoA.svg Timiș
First attested1440
Component villagesBrestovăț, Coșarii, Hodoș, Lucareț, Teș
Government
 • MayorDobra Eugen (since 2004) (PNL)
Area
 • Total103.15 km2 (39.83 sq mi)
Population
 (2011)
 • Total652
 • Density6.3/km2 (16/sq mi)
Postal code
307085

Brestovăț (Brusturi in 1924-1925; German: Brestowatz; Hungarian: Aga, Bresztovác prior to 1892) is a commune in Timiș County, Banat, Romania.

Brestovăț first appears in written history as Breztolcz in 1440. From 1723–25 it was known as Preztovaz. It is composed of five villages: Brestovăț, Coșarii (Kizdia), Hodoș (Temeshódos), Lucareț (Lukarec) and Teș (Tésfalu).

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