Tutova County

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Județul Tutova
County (Județ)
Coat of arms of Județul Tutova
Coat of arms
Romania 1930 county Tutova.png
Country Flag of Romania.svg Romania
Historic region Moldavia
Capital city (Reședință de județ) Bârlad
Established 1925
Ceased to exist Administrative reform of 1950
 • Land 2,498 km2 (964 sq mi)
Population (1930)
 • Total 144,267
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)

Tutova County is one of the historic counties of Moldavia, Romania with the city of Bârlad as capital.


Tutova County covered 2,498 km2 and was located in the eastern of Greater Romania, in Moldavia. Currently, the territory that comprised Tutova County is now included at present in Bacău County, Galați County and Vaslui County.[1] In the interwar period, the county neighbored Vaslui County to the north, Fălciu County to the northeast, Cahul County to the east, Covurlui County to the south, and Tecuci and Bacău counties to the west.

Administrative organization[edit]

Administratively, Tutova County was divided into four districts (plăși):

  1. Alexandru Vlahuță
  2. I.G.Duca
  3. M. K. Epureanu
  4. Vasile Pârvan


  1. ^ Enciclopedia Romaniei. Vol. I-IV, Bucharest 1938, 1938 1943

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