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Agnita (Hungarian: Szentágota, German: Agnetheln) is a town in Sibiu county, Transylvania, Romania. As of 2004 a recent census gives a population of 10,866.

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  • agnetheln.ro (http://www.agnetheln.ro)
  • agnetheln.de (http://www.agnetheln.de)

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O calatorie (417 words)
There are all kinds of passengers, from shepherds and peasants to townspeople, workers and clerks who use the only pair of trains connecting Sibiu to Agnita, in two hours and 40 minutes, departing from Sibiu at 8.05 in the morning and from Agnita, at 15.20.
The narrow line between Sibiu and Agnita, in operation for the longest time, is a portion of the narrow-gauge line that used to connect Sibiu to Sighisoara (109 km).
At the end of the 19th century, two private companies were hired by local officials to build a railway connecting two cities with medieval roots, Sibiu and Sighisoara, to provide transportation for the resources extracted in the area, as well as to the locals, who until that time could travel along often unusable local roads.
BIGpedia - Agnita - Encyclopedia and Dictionary Online (197 words)
Agnita (Hungarian: Szentágota, German: Agnetheln) is a town in Sibiu county, Transylvania, Romania.
If you need usefull and life information about Agnita, then Primaria-Agnita.Ro is the right place.
On this site you will find rich information about Agnita in Romanian, German and English, the history of the town, its founders, local administrative projects and decisions/ resolutions, details on the events taking place here, description of local companies and institutions, sights of the place, events, usefull information, pictures and announcements.
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