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Arad may refer to:

  • the following places in the Transylvania
  • the following places in Israel
  • the following places in Bahrain
    • Arad, Bahrain, a small village in Muharraq. It is known for a very crowded street as a result of the flirting of sexes on it's main road. It also host the Arad fort, and is well known for the friendly hospitality of its people.
    • Arad, Fort, refers to the fort located on Arad shore, Bahrain.
  • Also:
    • Ron Arad is an Israeli MIA pilot.
    • ARAD is an acronyme for Architected Rapid Application Development, a software development technique.
    • Arad is a village in south of Iran, Fars province, larestan county

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Arad - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (185 words)
Arad, Romania, the main city of Arad County.
Arad County, at the northern edge of Transylvania (Crişana-Banat), Romania.
Arad (Hungarian county) a historical county of the Kingdom of Hungary.
Arad, Israel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (773 words)
Arad is a modern city in the South District of Israel, on the border of the Judean and Negev deserts, 25 km west of the Dead Sea and 45 km east of Beersheba, near the famous Masada (Metzada).
Arad is a thriving town, founded in 1962 by a group of young Israelis, most of them ex-kibbutzniks and ex-moshavniks who were seeking an environment free of the urban ills of overcrowding, traffic, noise, and pollution.
Arad spans an area of 90,000 dunams (90 km²), one of the largest municipal areas in Israel, even though its urban area is much smaller.
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