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Crişana                                        

Crișana is a geographical and historical region divided today between Romania and Hungary, named after the Criș (Körös) River and its three tributaries: the Crișul Alb, Crișul Negru and Crișul Repede.

 

 

Counties in the Crișana region:
Arad                           Bihor

 

Vineyards in the Crişana region: 
Biharia                        Diosig                           Măderat Miniș Podgoria Aradului   
Săcuieni Sâniob Tileagd                          Valea lui Mihai       

 

Lake in the Crişana region:
Leșu