Romania

Ask questions here about the Central European country of Romania and its culture, history, politics, geography and people.
Russia and Romania don't share a border. Ukraine borders both countries, the only country to do so. Romania is to the southwest of Russia.
Well, Romanians originate from the mixture of dacians - with Romans (the emperor Traian conquered the dacians), later in the former dacians-romans inhabited aria, formed tree historical provinces: Transylvania ( with a majority of Romanians but under Hungarian, later Ottoman, Austrian, and again...
Marius Mihai L?c?tu?, from 27 September 2010.
Yes, the International Marathon of Bucharest. See the link: http://ro.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maratonul_interna%C5%A3ional_Bucure%C5%9Fti
Give me the Latin name; if you think to Arctium lappa the Romanian equivalent is brustur(e).
No, Romania is not a member the Schengen agreement. Romania is due to join Schengen in late 2013. This date has already been postponed many times, and may be postponed again.
Not governor, but president of the republic: Traian Băsescu.
1302 miles (2095 in kilometers).
See the links bellow for mămăligă , mititei and sarmale .
Follow the link; it is very detailed.
No name, a loved girl; see the link for the lyrics.
Romania.which emisphere is your country located in?
Today Romania is a small country: only an area of 238 391 km 2 .
You can read the Anuar statistic 2007 (Statistical Yearbook 2007) at: http://www.insse.ro/cms/rw/pages/anuarstatistic2007.ro.do The text is also in English.
This depends on the location in Romania.
The distance between London (UK) and Bucharest (Romania) is 1301 miles (2094 kilometers)
Monotone and scary, but at least everybody had a job.
NO ! Romania has many hills and mountains.
21 350 000 is Romania's population (my estimate for April 2011) . The capital of Romania is Bucharest (Bucureşti in the Romanianlanguage). Languages spoken there are Romanian (more than 90 %), Hungarian(circa 5 %) and other minor languages. Romania has a very old and interesting culture....
It is 1,021 miles in a straight line.
The data for 2009 will be published in the Anuarul statistic 2010 (Statistical yearbook 2010), probably in September 2010. See also the link: http://www.meteoromania.ro/index.php?id=175&lang=en
The main religion in Transylvania is the Romanian Orthodox Church. There are also some Calvinists.
Romania is a republic.
Now, the prim-minister of Romania is Emil Boc.
It used to be every 4 years. However, currently they hold presidential elections every 5 years.
Yes, Romania had many wars. There were anti-Ottoman wars, the war for independence (1877-1878), two civil wars (1848-1849; 1989), WWI, WWII.
Romania was neutral and on both the Allies' and the Central Powers'sides at different times during WW1. When it started, Romania wasneutral though it had been allied with the Central Powers duringthe 1800s. It joined the Allies after being promised conqueredterritories. After defeat by the Central...
Sheeps and dogs, sparrows
Romania was not invaded by Germany in WW 2; Romania was an ally of Germany.
maddie and madison mountains ;)
Romania was not colonized. See also the link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Romania.
Ottomans were invaders and they organized wars for robbery.
Yams are not known in Romania.
Romanian food is influenced by Ottoman cuisine, as well as German,Serbian, Bulgarian, and Hungarian cultures. Typical dishes includemeat, vegetable, and fish soups, which are often sour from theaddition of vinegar, lemon juice, or sauerkraut.
Yes it is a republic
Vlad III Tepes ('the Impaler'), also nicknamed Dracula was born in 1431 in Sighisoara in Transylvania, Romania. The house where he was born is still standing. It contains a small museum and is aslo an upscale restaurant. :)
We have not statistics for the foreign languages. But the French language is known by the intelectuals.
Romania has a temperate (continental) climate . All the 4 seasons are available.
HERE YOU GUYS CAN FIND IT:) Modern Romania is roughly the same location as that of ancient Dacia. After a series of wars with Rome, Trajun conquered Dacia in two campaigns (101-106 AD). This was after the Roman supression of the Jews and in the resultung Dipora, Jews were dispersed throughout the...
Take it to a violin shop for an evaluation. Labels in instrumentsonly take moments to insert and are more iften misleading or falsethan real.
Transylvania; also used is the name Ardeal.
Popescu, Oprescu, Ionescu, Iliescu.
The flight times varies according to the speed of the flight. If the flight is flying at a faster speed then the times may change. We are providing you with standard flight timings. The flight time for the above mentioned trip is.4 hours 45 mins With TAROM: 4 h 45 min.
Today, 2 July 2011: 1 euro is approx. 4,22 lei.
The same tools as in the other countries around the world.
they are usually 77 in the summer and 27 in the winter(it doesn't get very warm).
Hundred years ago sports were a curiosity in Romania.
The Roman Empire had conquered and colonized the Dacian Kingdom in 106 AD. The pursuit was, off course, the Gold. Dacia was an El Dorado of Antiquity, and therefore many Romans settled. The new people formed was called "Romani" or "Rumani", meaning "coming from Rome".
1. Vladimir is a very common name in Russia and other Slavic countries. 2. Vladimir is also known in Romania, but rarely used. 3. But note that Vladimir is not a Slavic name ! The origin of this name is Germanic.
FIVE countries surround Romania: Ukraine, Moldova, Hungary, Serbiaand Bulgaria. Romania has the Black Sea on it's east coast.
Kinda i cant really say but its alrght.
tractors, harvesters, seeders, etc.
Normal food, fast food and national food (sarmale, mici, mămăligă).
No. Romania is a completely separate country. Italy and Romania are both countries in Europe, but they do not border each other.
In many towns, for example in Bucharest.
Romania has very rich wildlife because it has many forested areas, large mountain chains, and the Danube delta. Wildlife is consistent with temperate climates e.g. wolves, bears, foxes, lynx, boar, deer, hares, and so on. Of note is that Romania has the largest brown bear population in Europe and...
soccer, gymnastics, kayak/canoe, tennis, hiking, skiing
Romania is not a mediterranean country; Romania is near the Black Sea.
Yes, the Asociaţia Ghidelor şi Ghizilor din România (AGGR)[The Association of Guides and Girl Guides of Romania] became acorporate body on March 1, 1991. It became a member of the WorldAssociation of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) in 1993 and afull member of WAGGGS in 2005.
Between Austria and Romania is Hungary; but Hungary is to the West of Romania, not in the South..
Sofia is the capital of Bulgaria.
Otopeni-Madrid (Barajas): 5 h Madrid (Barajas)-Jerez de la Frontera: 1h Jerez de la Frontera-Rota (by road): 30 km
The life as a Romanian in Romania is pretty hard, but it's beautiful. The life as a Romanian in other countries can be easier, but it is pretty sad because it feels horrible to be far far away from your friends, family and homeland.
Romania is a member of the European Union from 1 January 2007; this affiliation was not approved by the Romanian people after a plebiscite. It was only a decision of some corrupt politicians.
Depending on the region; see the links bellow.
No differences; the peoples are Romanians in Romania and also in Moldova (some Slaves minorities in Moldova and a Hungarian minority in Romania - the remains of the Middle Age invasions).
For details see the link below: Statistical Yearbook of Romania.
Danube Mures Siret Somes Arges
Otopeni-Belfast: min. 7 hours (connection in London)
There was no president. There was a king.
In Finland it's Helsinki, in Romania it's Bucharest.
After the census of October 2011: - Romanians: 75,6 % - Hungarians: 17,9 % - Gypsies: 3,5 % and also some other small minorities.
Romania si well known for his story with Dracula from Transilvanya,for the beautiful landscapes and for his mountains(Carpathians).Its a beautiful country.
By car, bus, boat, air flight, train, etc.
Constantinopole was the former capital of the Byzantine Empire.
Romania is a country in the east of Europe. See the map at the link below.
n-au venit pana akum Niki nu cred k mai vin iti zic p romaneste k ma gandesc k esti romanca din moment ce intrebi dak vin in Romania
From 1947 till 1989 Romania was under Communist rule. Romania is governed on the basis of multi-party democratic system and of the segregation of the legal, executive and judicial powers. [142] The Constitution states that Romania is a semi-presidential democratic republic where executive...
With TAROM or Olympic Air: 1 h 35 min (Bucharest-Athens).
After the Romanian Census (March 2002) - 310 (of course in 2002). Probably the same number now.
From Beba Veche (west): 20 0 15' 44" (longitude) and 46 0 07' 27" (latitude) to. Sulina (east) 29 0 41' 24" (longitude) and 45 0 09' 36" (latitude). The linear distance is aprox. 700 km (1 mile is 1,609 km).
Approx. two weeks with the common post.