Thursday 9:41 PM
| Constanța County|
| Negureni, Făurei, Tudor Vladimirescu|
6°C, Wind W at 8 km/h, 97% Humidity
Băneasa ([bəˈne̯a.sa], historical name: Parachioi, Turkish: Paraköy) is a town in Constanța County, Romania.
Băneasa, Constanța Wikipedia
The following villages are also administered by the town:Negureni (historical name: Caranlâc, Turkish: Karanlık)
Făurei (historical name: Calaicea, Turkish: Kalaycı) - named probably after Făurei, Brăila County
Tudor Vladimirescu (historical name: Regep Cuius, Turkish: Recepkuyusu) - named after Tudor Vladimirescu, a Wallachian revolutionary
The former village of Cărpiniș (historical name: Ghiuvegea) was merged with the town of Băneasa (at the time a village) by the 1968 administrative reform.
The town also administered the village Valea Țapului (historical name: Turkish: Teke-Deresi), located at 43.977622°N 27.726374°E / 43.977622; 27.726374, which was disestablished by Presidential Decree in 1977.
At the 2002 census, Băneasa had 4374 Romanians (81.8%), 963 Turks (18%), 14 Roma (0.2%) and 2 others. At the 2011 census, Băneasa had 3538 Romanians (70.52%), 1145 Turks (22.82%), 332 Roma (6.61%) and 2 others.