Reghin


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Reghin

 

a city in central Rumania, in Mureş, District, on the Mureş River. Population, 27,900 (1973). Reghin has a woodworking combine that manufactures musical instruments and sporting goods, enterprises that produce equipment for the lumber and woodworking industries, and leather-and-footwear and food-processing enterprises.

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