|Historical region :||Maramures|
|Time zone :||EET ( UTC +2)|
|Area :||101.09 km²|
|Residents :||3,213 (October 20, 2011)|
|Population density :||32 inhabitants per km²|
|Postal code :||437140|
|Telephone code :||(+40) 02 62|
|License plate :||MM|
|Structure and administration (as of 2016)|
|Community type :||city|
|Mayor :||Vasile Țiplea ( PMP )|
|Postal address :||Str. Principală, no. 1086
loc. Dragomireşti, jud. Maramureş, RO-437140
The oldest archaeological finds in the area of today's city date from the Bronze Age .
Dragomireşti was first mentioned in documents in 1405. For a long time the place belonged to the Kingdom of Hungary and to the Principality of Transylvania, which was under Ottoman rule . With the Treaty of Karlowitz (1699) the region became part of Austria-Hungary . At the beginning of the 18th century there were uprisings by serfs ; The place was also affected by the Kuruc uprisings . As a result of incursions by the Tatars in 1717, Dragomireşti was partially destroyed. In 1870 Dragomireşti - which had become part of Hungary again in 1867 through the Austro-Hungarian Compromise - received the status of the Izavölgy ("Izatal") chair district in Máramaros County . At the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century, approaches to industrial development emerged, especially in the field of wood processing.
After the First World War , the south of the Maramures and with it Dragomireşti came to Romania. After the Second World War , an anti-communist resistance group existed in the village under the plowman Ion Ilban until it was crushed by the Securitate in 1949 .
In 2004 Dragomireşti was declared a city. The most important branches of industry are agriculture (including fruit growing), wood and food processing, trade and the manufacture of furniture.
In 1880, 1546 inhabitants were registered, including 1155 Romanians , 284 Germans and Jews and 34 Hungarians . In 1920, 776 of the 1892 residents were Jews. In 1977 the maximum number of inhabitants was reached with 3519. At the 2002 census, Dragomireşti had 3,132 people, including 3,117 Romanians.
Dragomireşti has no rail connection. There are bus connections to Sighetu Marmației .
- Dragomireşti Monastery (1927)
- Scenic surroundings (Iza valley, Țibleș mountains )
- 2011 census in Romania at citypopulation.de
- City website, accessed July 25, 2009
- Censuses in Transylvania 1850–2002, accessed on July 25, 2009 (PDF; 666 kB)