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Abandoned buildings of the Călan steel works
|• Mayor||Adrian Filip Iovănesc (National Liberal Party)|
|• Total||101.55 km2 (39.21 sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+2 (EET)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC+3 (EEST)|
Twelve villages are administered by the town: Batiz (Batiz), Călanu Mic (Kiskalán), Grid, Nădăștia de Jos (Alsónádasd), Nădăștia de Sus (Felsőnádasd), Ohaba Streiului (Sztrigyohába), Sâncrai (Szentkirály), Sântămăria de Piatră (Kőboldogfalva), Strei (Zeikdorf; Zeykfalva), Strei-Săcel (Sztrigyszacsal), Streisângeorgiu (Sztrigyszentgyörgy) and Valea Sângeorgiului (Szentgyörgyválya).
|Source: Census data|
Census in 2011 - 11,279 inhabitants.
Sorted by nationality (respondents for whom data was available):
Sorted by religion:
- There was a village in Dacia known as Aquae. Archaeological evidence shows that the place was inhabited for a long time.
- 1387 - First mentioned in a document.
- 1961 - Călan became a town.
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