Horodnic De Sus

Horodnic de Sus is a commune located in Suceava County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Horodnic de Sus. A separate commune until 1950, it was a village of Horodnic Commune until 2003, when Horodnic de Sus was split off to form a separate commune and Horodnic was renamed Horodnic de Jos.

Suceava County, Romania
Cities
  • Suceava (county seat)
  • Câmpulung Moldovenesc
  • Fălticeni
  • Rădăuţi
  • Vatra Dornei
Towns
  • Broşteni
  • Cajvana
  • Dolhasca
  • Frasin
  • Gura Humorului
  • Liteni
  • Milişăuţi
  • Salcea
  • Siret
  • Solca
  • Vicovu de Sus
Communes
  • Adâncata
  • Arbore
  • Baia
  • Bălăceana
  • Bălcăuţi
  • Berchișești
  • Bilca
  • Bogdăneşti
  • Boroaia
  • Bosanci
  • Botoșana
  • Breaza
  • Brodina
  • Buneşti
  • Burla
  • Cacica
  • Calafindești
  • Capu Câmpului
  • Cârlibaba
  • Ciocăneşti
  • Ciprian Porumbescu
  • Comăneşti
  • Cornu Luncii
  • Coșna
  • Crucea
  • Dărmăneşti
  • Dolheşti
  • Dorna-Arini
  • Dorna Candrenilor
  • Dornești
  • Drăgoiești
  • Drăguşeni
  • Dumbrăveni
  • Fântâna Mare
  • Fântânele
  • Forăști
  • Frătăuții Noi
  • Frătăuții Vechi
  • Frumosu
  • Fundu Moldovei
  • Gălănești
  • Grămești
  • Grănicești
  • Hănțești
  • Hârtop
  • Horodnic de Jos
  • Horodnic de Sus
  • Horodniceni
  • Iacobeni
  • Iaslovăţ
  • Ilișești
  • Ipoteşti
  • Izvoarele Sucevei
  • Mălini
  • Mănăstirea Humorului
  • Marginea
  • Mitocu Dragomirnei
  • Moara
  • Moldova-Sulița
  • Moldoviţa
  • Mușenița
  • Ostra
  • Păltinoasa
  • Panaci
  • Pârteștii de Jos
  • Pătrăuţi
  • Poiana Stampei
  • Poieni-Solca
  • Pojorâta
  • Preutești
  • Putna
  • Rădășeni
  • Râşca
  • Sadova
  • Satu Mare
  • Șerbăuți
  • Siminicea
  • Slatina
  • Straja
  • Stroieşti
  • Stulpicani
  • Suceviţa
  • Șaru Dornei
  • Şcheia
  • Todireşti
  • Udești
  • Ulma
  • Vadu Moldovei
  • Valea Moldovei
  • Vama
  • Vatra Moldoviţei
  • Verești
  • Vicovu de Jos
  • Voitinel
  • Volovăț
  • Vultureşti
  • Zamostea
  • Zvoriștea

Coordinates: 47°51′N 25°49′E / 47.850°N 25.817°E / 47.850; 25.817

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