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Bolintin-Vale                                      



Bolintin-Vale is a town in Giurgiu County, southern Romania. Under its administration, along with the main city enter also two small villages Malu-Spart and Crivina.

It is the second largest city in the county; proximity to the capital Bucharest has helped the local economy.

Bolintin-Vale is mainly population by ethnic Romanians, which make up 84.51% of the population, even though it has a significant Roma minority (15.45%).

In fact, Bolintin-Vale is the Romanian town with the second largest percentage of Roma people after Budeşti.

Many of the Roma are refugees from neighbouringBolintin-Deal, who setteled here after the ethnic clashes from 1991. Other ethnic groups make up 0.04% of the population.