General Data about Romania

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THE DANUBE DELTA

Introduction | General data | Economy | History | Characteristics of the Danube Delta | Attractions | Activities | Transports | Accommodation Introduction Considered to be second in size in Europe (3446 square km) the Danube Delta – biosphere reservation – is rightfully named “Birds’ paradise”. The Letea sand bank, the Perisor-Zatoane birds’ colony reservation, the Uzlina-...

THE BLACK SEA SEASIDE

Introduction | Economic Data | History | Characteristics | Resorts |Activities | Trips | Transportation | Accommodation & Restaurants Introduction The Black Sea seaside, part of the Constanta District, is situated in the south-eastern side of Romania – bordered by the Black Sea on the east; the Danube Delta on the north; the Danube on the west, and the Bulgarian seaside...

WALACHIA

Introduction | Data in brief | History | Economy | Environmental factors | Attractions | Activities | Transportation | Accommodation Introduction Walachia, former Principate of Walachia (between the 14th and the 18th centuries) is a historical region situated in the southern part of Romania. The region is divided into two subregions by the river Olt: Oltenia (24 square...

MOLDAVIA

Introduction | Data in brief | History | Economy | Environmental factors | Attractions | Activities | Transportation | Accommodation Introduction The historical province Moldavia, formerly Principate of Moldavia between 14th and 18th century, and which included Basarabia and Bucovina in the past, is situated in the north-west part of Romania. It borders on Ukraine and the...

TRANSYLVANIA

Introduction | Data in brief | History | Economy | Environmental factors | Attractions | Activities and events | Transportation | Accommodation Introduction The historical region Transylvania occupies the central, northern and western part of Romania, bordering on Ukraine on the North, Hungary on the Northwest and Yugoslavia on the Southwest. The Oriental Carpathians...

Romania -Country Profile

Flag | Full Country Name | Capital City | Population | Languages | Religion | Geography | Climate | History | Government | Time | Electricity | Measures & Weights | Communications | Health | Public & School Hollidays | Shoping & Banking Hours | Currency | Visas & Passports FLAG: red, yellow and blue (near the standard-bearer)- 3 vertical stripes. It has...

Romania - Counties Map

Alba Arad Arges Bacau Bihor Bistrita Nasaud Botosani Braila Brasov Buzau Calarasi Caras Severin Cluj Constanta Covasna Dambovita Dolj Galati Giurgiu Gorj Harghita Hunedoara Ialomita Iasi Ilfov Maramures Mehedinti Mures Neamt Olt Prahova Salaj Satu Mare Sibiu Suceava Teleorman Timis Tulcea Valcea Vaslui Vrancea

Romanian Regions

Romanian Regions - Banat, Bukovina, Crisana, Dobrudja, Oltenia, Maramures, Moldavia, Walachia, Transylvania Romania - Romanian Regions - Banat, Bukovina, Crisana, Dobrudja, Oltenia, Maramures, Moldavia, Walachia, Transylvania. Placed in the Northern hemisphere, Romania lies in the Southeastern part of Central Europe, at half a distance between the North Pole and the Equator (45 degrees Northern latitude) and at mid distance between the frontiers of the European continent, the...

VISA to Romania for Lebanese citizens

Conditions Here are the Conditions for obtaining an entry VISA to Romania for Lebanese citizens: ( holders of an ordinary passport) The person willing to visit Romania for business or Tourism must present at the Consular Section of The Embassy an invitation from a physical or legal person of Romania authenticated by a notary. The invitation should be stamped by the passport...

Romania-Lebanon

Short History of Romano-Lebanese Relations Very old references indicate the existence of relations between the ancestors of both Romanians and Lebanese since the Roman era. In the Middle Ages Romanian territories and Lebanon maintained close relations especially on a cultural and religious level. The very first Arabic Christian religious books were edited in Romania in the...

Geography

Official name: România (Romania). Capital: Bucharest.(Bucuresti) Form of government: unitary republic with two legislative houses (Senate [143]; Assembly of Deputies [341{1}]). Chief of state: President. Head of government: Prime Minister. Official language: Romanian. Official religion: none. Monetary unit: 1 Romanian leu (plural lei)=100 banii Location South...

Romanian Live Radios

CD Radio - Cluj-Napoca: Listen to CD Radio Music, Talk Shows, artist profile shows ... Mix FM Targu Mures -Targu Mures, Mures, Romania: Listen to Mix FM Targu Mures Music, News and talk shows, Horoscopes, cooking... Radio Gaga -Targu Mures, Romania: Listen to Radio Gaga Transmitting shows, news, and music in both Romanian and Hungarian Radio Romania International -...

The rise and fall of the communist "empire"

The serious crisis in the summer of 1940 led to the abdication of King Carol II in favour of his son Michael I (September 6, 1940); On August 23, 1944, Marshal Ion Antonescu was arrested under the order of King Michael I. The new government, made up of military men and technocrats, declared war on Germany (August 24, 1944). After WW 2, together with other central and East...

The Monarchs and the World Wars

The new Constitution (inspired from the Belgian one of 1831), which was promulgated in 1866 and was in use until 1923, proclaimed Romania a constitutional monarchy. On March 14/26, 1881, Romania proclaimed itself a kingdom and Carol I of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen was crowned King of Romania. After gaining its independence, the Romania state was the place to which the hopeful...

The formation of the Romanian Nation

Alexandru Ioan Cuza - The formation of the Romanian Nation The Romanian nation state took on January 24/February 5, 1862 the name of Romania and settled its capital in Bucharest. Assisted by Mihail Kogalniceanu, his closest adviser, Alexandru Ioan Cuza initiated a reform programme, which contributed to the modernization of the Romanian society and state structures. After the abdication of Alexandru Ioan Cuza (1866), Carol of...

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