Traian Village City Hall

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Str. Principala, nr. 13, Sat Traian, Comuna Traian, Romania

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Traian Village City Hall.

Short history
Traian (formerly Muftiu) is the village of residence of the commune of the same name in Brăila County, Muntenia, Romania. Between 1417-1829 it was part of the Brăila District (Kaza Ibrail) of the Ottoman Empire.
The village has its origins in the Ottoman period of the Brăila district. At that time, he was called Muftiu, from the rank of mufti Deli-Mola, an assistant of the pasha from Brăila. The village took the name of Traian after returning to Wallachia after the Russo-Turkish war of 1828–1829. At the end of the 19th century, it was a village of Silistraru commune and had 564 inhabitants; in the village there was a church and a mixed school founded in 1882. The village separated from Silistraru commune in 1913, forming Traian commune. One of the personalities from this village is General Eugen Badalan.

Tourist opportunities
Within the locality of Traian there are geographical points of tourist interest, the Local Council and the City Hall being directly involved in their promotion in order to determine the increase in the number of tourists and the interest shown for these points of attraction. Among the most interesting tourist attractions we mention:
Existence of Natura 2000 natural parks on the Iencii Valley;
Existence of hunting funds: wild boars, deer, rabbits.

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