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Sebeș

Sebeș (; German: Mühlbach; Hungarian: Szászsebes; Transylvanian Saxon dialect: Melnbach) is a city in Alba County, central Romania, southern Transylvania.

Sebeș (disambiguation)

Sebeș may refer to several places and rivers in Romania:

  • Sebeș, a city in Alba County
  • Sebeș , a village in Hârseni Commune, Brașov County
  • Sebeș, a village in Rușii-Munți Commune, Mureș County
  • Sebeș (river), a river in Alba and Sibiu Counties, tributary of the Mureș
  • Sebeș River (Cibin), a small river in Sibiu County, tributary of the Cibin
  • Sebeș River (Gurghiu), a small river in Mureș County, tributary of the Gurghiu
  • Sebeș River (Mureș), a small river in Mureș County, tributary of the Mureș
  • Sebeș River (Brașov), a small river in Brașov County, tributary of the Olt
  • Sebeș River (Sibiu), a small river in Sibiu County, tributary of the Olt
  • Sebeș River (Timiș), a small river in Caraș-Severin County, tributary of the Timiș
  • Sebeș River (Târnava Mică), a small river in Mureș County, tributary of the Târnava Mică

Sebeš

Sebeš ( Serbian Cyrillic: Себеш) is a river, bog and a suburban settlement of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. All three are located in the Belgrade's municipality of Palilula.

Sebeș (river)

The Sebeș is a left tributary of the river Mureș in Transylvania, Romania. The upper reach of the river (upstream of Lake Oașa) is also known as Frumoasa. The Romanian and Hungarian name Sebeș and Sebes originate from the Hungarian adjective sebes meaning "speedy", while the German name means Mill Creek. The source of the river is on the south slope of the Cindrel Mountains, in the southwestern part of Sibiu County. It discharges into the Mureș in Alba Iulia.