It had 432,054 inhabitants in 2011 and the concentration of inhabitants was 70.7/km². The district has a surface area of 6,103 km². On the north side are the peaks of the Vrancea and Buz?u mountain ranges with altitudes above 1.700 m. The altitudes sink in the south and east over the Sub Carpathian hill to the B?r?gan plain at about 80 m. The major stream that crosses the shire is the Buz?u stream, which gathers many small streams from the mountain ranges and joins the Siret stream to the east.
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Twice a year, Buz?u District has 2 communities, 3 cities and 82 communities. In historic terms, the earldom was situated in the centre-south part of Greater Romania, in the north-eastern part of the historic Muntenia area. The area comprised the south and west parts of today's district Buz?u and several settlements which today are in Prahova district, among them the city of Mizil.
Its western borders are Prahova district, Bra?ov, Trei-Scaune and Putna districts to the west, Râmnicu S?rat and Br?ila districts to the east and Ialomi?a district to the southwest. The map of the administrative district Buz?u in the composition of 1938. From an administrative point of view, the earldom has seen several partitions.
As a result, the county's area was restructured into seven counties by eliminating Plasa Câmpul and creating four new counties: Based on the 1930 figures, the district had 309,405 ethnic residents, distributed as follows: Religiously, the populace consisted of 98.9% Eastern Orthodox, 0.5% Jews and other minority groups.
By 1930 the city had 42,127 residents, including 91.2% Romanians, 3.7% Jews, 2.3% Roma, 0.9% Hungarians and other nationalities. Religiously, the city' s populace consisted of 93.3% Eastern Orthodox, 3.9% Jews, 1.0% Roman Catholics and other minority groups.