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Cluj-Na·po·ca

 (klo͝ozh′nä-pô′kä)
A city of west-central Romania northwest of Bucharest. It was founded by German colonists in the 12th century and became part of Romania in 1920.
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Cluj-Na•po•ca

(ˈklʊʒ nɑˈpɔ kɑ)

n.
a city in NW Romania. 318,000. Hungarian, Kolozsvár. Formerly, Cluj (klo͝ozh).
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