Dumbraveni is a town in the north of Sibiu County, in the centre of Transylvania, central Romania. Before 1945, it was called Ibaşfalău (German: Elisabethstad", Saxon dialect: Eppeschdorf; Hungarian: Erzsébetváros). The town lies on the banks of the Târnava Mare River, 20 km east from the city of Mediaş, the second largest city in the county. It now has a large Romany ("gypsy") population.
Dumbrăveni has two villages attached to it: Ernea (German: Ehrgang, Saxon dialect: Argung, Hungarian: Szászernye) and Şaroşu pe Târnave (German: Scharosch, Saxon dialect: Šuerš; Hungarian: Szászsáros).
Dumbraveni has a train station and lies on the rail line 300 connecting Bucuresti (nord) - Brasov - Sighisoara - Teius - Războieni - Cluj Napoca - Oradea. There are two "Accelerat" trains stopping on this route, connecting Bucuresti (nord) to Satu Mare.
For more national connections, one can take the local trains to Sighisoara or Medias and then catch Accelerat, Rapid and InterCity trains there. For train timetables and fares, check Mersul Trenurilor  [dead link]
- Armenian Catholic Church (Biserica Armeano–Catolica). Built between 1766-1791.