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Fitionești

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Fitionești is a commune in the center-north hill area of Vrancea County, Western Moldavia, Romania (2,859 inhabitants). The commune is composed of five villages: Ciolănești, Fitionești, Ghimicești, Holbănești and Mănăstioara. Fitionești is said to have taken its name from the Fetion family, an old family of local boyars. The first historical evidence dates back to the Thracian Bronze Age. Geography The river Zăbrăuț crosses the village that lies between two hills, surrounded by wooden areas. Fitionești has a varied relief: Bouroș(u) Hill to the East, Valea Rea Valley to the West, followed by Costin Hill; also, Pisc Hill (Pi Chisc) to the northwest, and Ursoaia. Twenty kilometres north of Fitionești, after Glodișteanu Woods, there is Moșinoaiele monastery (Moșânoaia). These surroundings are proper for (agro)tourism. The closest town is Panciu, ten kilometres to the South-East, which is virtually the only access way to "civilization", historically also referred to as „la Vale“
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