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    Romania is the twelfth-largest country in Europe and the sixth-most populous member state of the European Union. Its capital and largest city is Bucharest, followed by Cluj-Napoca, Iași, Timișoara, Constanța, Craiova, Brașov, and Galați .

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      The Romanians (Romanian: români, pronounced; dated exonym...

    • Demographics of Romania

      Demographic features of the population of Romania include...

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      The national flag of Romania (Romanian: drapelul României)...

  2. ro.wikipedia.org › wiki › RomâniaRomânia - Wikipedia

    România este un stat situat în sud-estul Europei Centrale, pe cursul inferior al Dunării, la nord de peninsula Balcanică și la țărmul nord-vestic al Mării Negre. Pe teritoriul ei este situată aproape toată suprafața Deltei Dunării și partea sudică și centrală a Munților Carpați.

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    The word Romania (Rumania or România) comes from the Romanian word Român, which comes from the Latin word Romanus which means "Roman". English texts still used the word Rumania during World War II. This came from the French word Roumanie.

    Prehistory and the Romans

    Some of the oldest human remains found in Europe were discovered in Romania. They were about 42,000 years old. This may have been when the first Homo sapiens came to Europe.The world's first and oldest writing comes from people who lived in today's Romania. Approximately 5300 years BC. According to archaeologyit is not a matter of symbols, but the world's first writings. It belonged to the Vinča culture which inhabited all of today's Serbia with over 150 Vinča sites and minor parts of Western...

    Dark Ages and Middle Ages

    1. Trajanus 2. Cucuteni-Trypillian culture 3. Ancient Rome's flag 4. Bran Castle From 271 to 275, the Goths took over the abandoned Roman province. They lived in Dacia until the 4th century, when another group of wandering peoples, the Huns, came to Dacia. The Gepids, Avars, with the Slavic people, were in control of Transylvania through the 8th century. In the 8th century, however, the country was taken over by the Hungarian Empire. It was made part of the First Bulgarian Empire, which ended...

    Independence and monarchy

    When Transylvania was the organic part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and the Ottoman Empire controlled Wallachia and Moldavia, almost all Romanians had limited rights as a citizen.They stayed this way even when they made up most of the people in those areas. The violent Revolution of 1848 failed, due to Russian intervention. Under an 1856 treaty between Russia and the Ottomans, popular assemblies in 1859 in Moldavia and Wallachia picked the same person – Alexandru Ioan Cuza – to be the prin...

    Romania is a part of southeastern Europe. It borders the Black Sea and the Danube River. The Carpathian Mountainslie in the center. Romania is the biggest country in southeast Europe by population. It has an area of 238,391 square kilometres (92,043 sq mi). It is the twelfth-largest country in Europe. Most of Romania's border with Serbia and Bulgar...

    These are the development regions of Romania: 1. Northeast 2. West 3. Northwest 4. Center 5. Southeast 6. South 7. Bucharest-Ilfov 8. Southwest

    Romania joined the European Union on January 1, 2007. Romania's economy is healthy. Currently, Romania makes around $350 billion in Gross domestic product and a GDP per capitaof $16,540. Long into the 1900s, Romania was still a largely agricultural country. During Communism 1947-1989, the country had planned economy. The transition from planned eco...

    In Romania school is compulsory for 10 years. Children have the opportunity to be part of a voluntary pre-school for age 3–6 years. After school, students can voluntarily take the entrance exam to high school, which has a range of practical and theoretical lines. There are over 40 higher educational institutions, including five universities and fiv...

    The unemploymentrate in Romania is 5% in 2023 and has been low for many years. Living standards were very low at the end of the Communist era, but the situation improved a little bit during the 1990s. The large privatization resulted in high unemployment and rising prices. In 2010 nearly 10% of the population were in absolute povertyand of these, 9...

    Historically, Romanian researches and inventors have made notable contributions to several fields, such as: aeronautics, medicine, mathematics, computer science/engineering, physics, biophysics, chemistry, biochemistry and biology. In the history of flight, Traian Vuia and Aurel Vlaicu built and flew some of the earliest successful aircraft, while ...

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  3. Romania declared its independence from the Ottoman Empire after the Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878), in which the Ottomans fought against the Russian empire. In the 1878 Treaty of Berlin, Romania was officially recognized as an independent state by the Great Powers.

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  5. Romania ( / roʊˈmeɪniə / ⓘ roh-MAY-nee-ə; Romanian: România [ r o m ɨ ˈ n i. a] ⓘ) is a country at the crossroads of Central, Eastern and Southeast Europe. It borders Ukraine to the north, Hungary to the west, Serbia to the southwest, Bulgaria to the south, Moldova to the east, and the Black Sea to the southeast.

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