Jimbolia

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Jimbolia is a town of 11,000 people in the Banat region of Romania.

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Jimbolia is located in the Banat plain,at the contact between Timis Plain and Mures Plain. It is located at the intersection of communication routes that make the connection between Romania and Serbia.It is a frontier post and rail and road border between the two countries.Jimbolia is linked with Timisoara by the county road DJ 59A and the railroad Kikinda (SR)-Jimbolia - Timisoara.

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  •    Stefan Jäger Memorial House (Casa Memorială Ștefan Jäger). Stefan Jäger was a painter known for his depiction of and deep identification with the Danube Swabian community to which he belonged.
  • Florian Firefighters Museum (Muzeul Pompierilor Florian).
  • Dr.Karl Diel Memorial House (Casa memorială „Dr. Karl Diel“).
  • Sever Bocu Press Museum (Muzeul Presei „Sever Bocu”).

Stop by the Town Hall, three blocks south of the train station, for directions to these museums and other local points of interest.

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