Lugoj


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Lugoj

 

a city in western Rumania, in Timi§ District. Population, 39,100 (1970). Lugoj is a railroad junction. Textile (cotton cloth, silk), food-processing (milling, dairy), and leather foot-wear industries are there.

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The Greek Catholic Church of the eparchy of Lugoj complained that the Orthodox Bishopric of Arad, Ienopole, and Halmagiu did not follow through with a commitment to enter a dialogue with the Greek Catholic Church.
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