Wallachia (disambiguation)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
For uses of Wallach, see Wallach (disambiguation).

Wallachia (Walachia, Valachia, Valahia) is a historical and geographical region of Romania.

Wallachia may also refer to:

Places[edit]

Generally regions inhabited by the Wallachs or Vlachs:

Other regions with similar-sounding names include:

People[edit]

  • Ieremia Valahul (ro) (Italian: Geremia da Valacchia (it)) (Jon Stoika, 1556–1625), Capuchin priest, born in Tzazo, Moldavia ("Vallachia Minor" or "Piccola Valacchia", i.e. Small Wallachia) Romania, beatified in 1983
  • Saint Blaise (Croatian: Sveti Vlaho, Greek: Agios Vlasios, died 316), patron saint of Dubrovnik, an Armenian martyr
  • Nicolaus Olahus (Latin for Nicholas, the Vlach; Hungarian: Oláh Miklós, Romanian: Nicolae Valahul, 1493–1568), Archbishop of Esztergom

See also[edit]