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Buziaș is a town (6,504 inhabitants in 2011) in Timiș County, Romania. Since 1716 until 1918, it was part of the Austrian monarchy, Temes (Banat) District, in the Kingdom of Hungary (Transleithania) after the compromise of 1867. The Treaty of TRIANON (1920) split the Banat among 3 countries. Exonyms: in German: (Bad) Busiasch, in Hungarian: Buziás or Buziásfürdő, in Serbian: Бузјаш or Buzjaš.
Kingdom of Hungary period (1867-1918)
Austrian Empire period (1855-1867)
The BUZIAS post office opened on 19 November 1855, in the Banat District.