Alba Iulia

Alba Iulia is a city in Western , . It is the capital of Alba county and has one of the most beautiful Habsburg citadels of Europe.
Photo: Cristinaiordache1, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Notable Places in the Area

Church
is the Roman Catholic cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Alba Iulia, , and the oldest and the longest cathedral in the country. Photo: Rabanus Flavus, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Castle
was a fort in the Roman province of Dacia in the 2nd and 4th centuries AD, located in today's Alba-Iulia, . Photo: Codrinb, CC BY-SA 3.0 ro.

Church
The Coronation Cathedral, dedicated to the Holy Trinity and the Holy Archangels Michael and Gabriel, is a Romanian Orthodox cathedral located at 16 Mihai Viteazul Street, Alba Iulia, . Photo: Cristian Bortes, CC BY 2.0.

Stadium
is a multi-purpose stadium in Alba Iulia, . Photo: Wikimedia, Public domain.

Localities in the Area

Village
Photo: Țetcu Mircea Rareș, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Village
Photo: Wikimedia, CC0.

Village
Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY 2.5.

Alba Iulia

Latitude
46.0687° or 46° 4' 7.5" north
Longitude
23.5704° or 23° 34' 13.6" east
Open Location Code
8GR53H9C+F5
Population
63,500
IATA airport code
QAY
United Nations Location Code
RO ALI
Elevation
219 metres (719 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 422868186
Geo­Names ID
686578
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Also Known As

  • Achinese: Alba Iulia
  • Arabic: Alba Iulia
  • Arabic: ألبا يوليا
  • Arabic: البا يوليا
  • Aragonese: Alba Iulia
  • Aragonese: Gyulafehérvár
  • Aragonese: Karlsburg
  • Armenian: Ալբա Յուլիա
  • Basque: Alba Iulia
  • Belarusian: Алба-Юлія
  • Bosnian: Vojvodov Biograd
  • Breton: Alba Iulia
  • Bulgarian: Vojvodov Bjalgrad
  • Bulgarian: Алба-Юлия
  • Bulgarian: Алба Юлия
  • Bulgarian: Белград
  • Catalan: Alba Iulia
  • Cebuano: Alba Iulia (kapital sa lalawigan sa Rumanya)
  • Cebuano: Municipiul Alba Iulia
  • Chinese: 阿尔巴尤利亚
  • Chinese: 阿爾巴尤利亞
  • Croatian: Alba-Iulia
  • Croatian: Alba Iulia
  • Croatian: Erdeljski Biograd
  • Czech: Alba Iulia
  • Czech: Gyulafehérvár
  • Czech: Karlovský Bělehrad
  • Czech: Stolicný Belehrad
  • Dacian: Apulon
  • Danish: Alba Iulia
  • Dutch: Alba Iulia
  • Dutch: Gyulafehervar
  • Dutch: Gyulafehérvár
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: البا يوليا
  • English: Karlsburg
  • English: Weißenburg
  • Esperanto: Alba Iulia
  • Esperanto: Djulafehervaro
  • Esperanto: Gyulafehérvár
  • Estonian: Alba Iulia
  • Estonian: Gyulafehérvár
  • Estonian: Karlsburg
  • Finnish: Alba Iulia
  • Finnish: Apulum
  • French: Alba-Iulia
  • French: Alba-Julia
  • French: Alba Iulia
  • French: Alba Julia
  • French: Apulum
  • French: Gyulafehervar
  • French: Gyulafehérvar
  • French: Gyulafehérvár
  • Gaelic (Scots): Alba Iulia
  • Gallegan: Alba Iulia
  • Georgian: ალბა-იულია
  • German: Alba-Iulia
  • German: Alba Iulia
  • German: Alba Julia
  • German: Apulum
  • German: Balgrad
  • German: Bălgrad
  • German: Gyulafehervar
  • German: Gyulafehérvár
  • German: Karlsburg
  • German: Károlyvàros
  • German: Weissenburg
  • German: Weißenburg
  • German: Weißkirchen
  • Greek, Ancient (to 1453): Apulon
  • Greek: Άλμπα Ιούλια
  • Hebrew: אלבה יוליה
  • Hebrew: קרלסבורג
  • Hungarian: Gyulafehérvár
  • Indonesian: Alba-Iulia
  • Indonesian: Alba Iulia
  • Indonesian: Gyulafehervar
  • Indonesian: Gyulafehérvár
  • Interlingue: Alba Iulia
  • Italian: Alba Iulia
  • Italian: Alba Julia
  • Italian: Gyulafehervar
  • Italian: Gyulafehérvár
  • Japanese: アルバユリア
  • Japanese: アルバユーリア
  • Japanese: アルバ・ユリア
  • Japanese: アルバ・ユーリア
  • Korean: 알바이울리아
  • Korean: 알바 이울리아
  • Latin: Alba Iulia
  • Latin: Apulum
  • Latvian: Alba Iulia
  • Latvian: Alba Julija
  • Latvian: Belgrada
  • Latvian: Ģulafehērvāra
  • Lithuanian: Alba Julija
  • Low German; Low Saxon: Weyssenburg
  • Macedonian: Alba Julija
  • Malay (generic): Alba Iulia
  • Mandarin Chinese: Àobā Yóulìyà
  • Minangkabau: Alba Iulia
  • Norwegian: Alba Iulia
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Alba Iulia
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Alba Iulia
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Apulum
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Erdel Belgradı
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Gyulafehérvár
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Karlsburg
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Weißenburg
  • Old Hungarian: Dsulafehervaru
  • Old Hungarian: Fehervaru
  • Persian: آلبا ایولیا
  • Persian: البا لولیا
  • Polish: Alba Iulia
  • Polish: Alba Julia
  • Polish: Gyulafehérvár
  • Portuguese: Alba Iulia
  • Portuguese: Alba Júlia
  • Romanian: Alba-Iulia
  • Romanian: Alba Iulia
  • Romanian: Bălgrad
  • Russian: Алба-Юлия
  • Russian: Карлсбург
  • Scots: Alba Iulia
  • Serbian: Alba Iulia
  • Serbian: Alba Julija
  • Serbian: Vojvodov Belgrad
  • Serbian: Алба Јулија
  • Serbian: Ердељски Београд
  • Serbo-Croatian: Alba Iulia
  • Slovak: Alba Iulia
  • Slovak: Stolicný Belehrad
  • Slovenian: Alba Iulia
  • Slovenian: Gyulafehérvár
  • Slovenian: Vojvodov Belgrad
  • Sorbian, Upper: Alba Iulia
  • South Azerbaijani: آلبا ایولیا
  • Spanish: Alba Iulia
  • Spanish: Ciudadela Blanca
  • Spanish: Gyulafehervar
  • Spanish: Gyulafehervár
  • Spanish: Gyulafehérvar
  • Spanish: Gyulafehérvár
  • Swedish: Alba Iulia
  • Swedish: Gyulafehervar
  • Swedish: Gyulafehérvár
  • Swedish: Karlsburg
  • Tajik: Alba-Julija
  • Tajik: Алба-Юлия
  • Tamil: அல்பா லூலியா
  • Tatar: Алба-Юлия
  • Thai: อาลบายูเลีย
  • Turkish, Ottoman (1500-1928): Erdel Belgradı
  • Turkish: Alba Iulia
  • Turkish: Belgrad-i Erdel
  • Turkish: Gyulafehervar
  • Turkish: Gyulafehérvár
  • Ukrainian: Алба-Юлія
  • Urdu: البا یولیا
  • Vietnamese: Alba Iulia
  • Waray (Philippines): Alba Iulia
  • Western Panjabi: البا ایولیا
  • Wu Chinese: 阿尔巴尤利亚
  • Bălgărad

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