Iași (UK: / ˈ j ɑː ʃ i / YAHSH-ee, US: / ˈ j ɑː ʃ / YAHSH, Romanian: ()), also referred to as Jassy, is the second largest city in Romania and the seat of Iași County.Located in the historical region of Moldavia, Iași has traditionally been one of the leading centres of Romanian social, cultural, academic and artistic life.
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Iași County is a county of Romania, in Western Moldavia, with the administrative seat at Iași. It is the most populous county in Romania, after the Municipality of Bucharest.
This county has a total area of 5,476 km2. It lies on a plain between the Siret River and the Prut River. Two other rivers run through the county: the Bahlui River and the Jijia River.
This county is predominantly agricultural, due to its topography. Industry is concentrated in the cities. The principal industries are: 1. Software 2. Pharmaceuticals 3. Automotive 4. Metallurgy and heavy-equipment manufacturing 5. Electronics & Electrotechnics 6. Textiles 7. Food production
City of Iași is the most important city in Moldavia and one of the most important social, cultural and business centres in Romania. It has the oldest University in the country, and, until the formation of the United Principalities, it was the capital of Moldavia.
1918 - Iași Conference; 1918 - Capital of Romania relocated from Iași back to Bucharest. 1920 - Tătărași Athenaeum founded. 1923 - Iași Exhibition Park opens. 1925 - Palace of Justice built. 1927 - Union Monument and Attacking Cavalryman Statue unveiled. 1937 - Polytechnic Institute established. 1941 - 27 June: Iași pogrom of Jews.
Orașul Iași și județul Iași apar în secolul al XIV-lea sub două denumiri: Aski și Civitas Iassiorum. Spre sfârșitul secolului al XIV-lea, iașii și ceilalți alani, prea puțin numeroși, au fost asimilați de populațiile în mijlocul cărora se stabiliseră.
Români (91,8%) Romi (0,9%) Necunoscută (6,7%) Altă etnie (0,6%) Geografia [modificare | modificare sursă] Suprafața totală a județului este de 5.476 km². Județul se află situat pe o câmpie între râul Siret și râul Prut . De asemenea, râul Jijia traversează județul, iar orașul Iași se află pe malurile unui afluent al său, Bahluiul . Partea de sud este ocupată de dealurile ...
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Iași International Airport is an international airport located in Iași, Romania, 8 km east of the city centre. One of the oldest accredited airports in Romania, Iași Airport is the fourth-busiest airport in Romania in terms of passenger traffic, and the most important airport in the historical region of Moldavia.
The Iași region earned its commercial representative status on 24 June 1926, when scheduled flights commenced on the route Bucharest – Galați – Iași – Chișinău. The flights were operated by Compagnie Franco-Roumaine de Navigation Aérienne - CFRNA, in 1930 renamed LARES. In 1966, a north–south concrete runway, 15/33, with a total length of 1,800 m, and a modern lighting system, were built, followed three years later by the construction of a passenger terminal. In 2001, the ...
The airport facilities consist of three terminals. The old terminal T1 and the recently opened T3 are used to accommodate international flights, while T2 is used for domestic flights.
Various taxis have access to and from the airport. The charges vary around 2.50 RON/km. The airport can also be reached from the Republic of Moldova by road, the airport is located near the border.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Victoria is a commune in Iași County, Western Moldavia, Romania, part of the Iași metropolitan area. It is composed of seven villages: Frăsuleni, Icușeni, Luceni, Sculeni, Stânca, Șendreni and Victoria. Sculeni is a border checkpoint to Moldova.