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Hello,Romania was facing some severe diplomatic problems due to the territorial gains she had been awarded for participating on the entente side in WWI. Thus Hungary, Bulgaria and the Soviet Union all wanted their lost territories back.UK and France stepped in to guarantee her territorial integrity,…
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Because Romania was allied with Germany against Soviet Union and US and United Kingdom sustained communists.
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Answer It allied itself with Germany in 1941, and helped Germany invade the Soviet Union. Later when the country the Red Army reached Romania, the Fascist government was overthrown. Romania tried to surrender to the USSR but was ordered to change sides without delay and fight the Germans. Of all…
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Ion Antonescu .
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Romania wanted to free Romanian territories occupied by the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
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if the romainains won they could sent suplys to the Germans in Stalingrad
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Romania in World War 2Romania suffered three radical dismemberments in the first year of the war that tore away some 100,000 square kilometers of territory and 4 million people. On June 26, 1940, the Soviet Union gave Romania a twenty-four-hour ultimatum to return Bessarabia and cede northern Bukovi…
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Answer For most of World War 2 Romania was ruled by the Fascist dictator and Jew-baiter Antonescu.
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Answer Steaua Bucharest is the football team in Romania with the worst fans.
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its very very very cold in transylvania
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Romania was neutral and on both the Allies' and the Central Powers' sides at different times during WW1. When it started, Romania was neutral though it had been allied with the Central Powers during the 1800s. It joined the Allies after being promised conquered territories. After defeat by the Centr…
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somewhere in the world you can find vampire bats in Mexico and other places
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through the Romanian president's resignation
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leeve = hello Cum VA numiti? = whats your name Hope That Helped x
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First dated glass icon (and the oldest surely known today) in Romania is from the village Ribicioara de jos, 1778. Bibliography: http://www.crestinortodox.ro/carte-853-79387-icoana-marturie-a-credintei-si-trairii-ortodoxe-a-taranului-preot-din-ardeal-5 LE by Bacx: The oldest glass icon in Romania i…
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Romania is a country of an area of 238, 391 sq. km and has a population of 22 million people. It ranks 82nd in size of countries in the world and is a little smaller than the size of the US state of Oregon. See related links for more information.
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Short answer: The same way you are eligible for an American passport if you are an American citizen, you are entitled to a Romanian passport if you are a Romanian citizen.Long answer:According to the most recent (1991) Romanian Citizenship Law, since one of your parents is a Romanian citizen (his/he…
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The capital of Romania is Bucureşti (Bucharest in English, Bucarest in French, Bukarest in German).
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Some information at: http://www.kpmg.com/ro/ro/editie-speciala/pagini/ghid_imigrare.aspx.
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YES! Saint George City (Sfîntu Gheorghe) is a partially Hungarian-speaking town in Transylvania, some miles north of Brasov. Transylvania is in the west and central region of Romania.
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No transylvania is an area / region in the country of Romania
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The area of Romania is 238 391 km2.
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Transylvania makes up the north-western quadrant of the country and is the largest province of Romania comprising 13 counties (judeţe). It is in the north western and central part of the country. Transylvania (Transilvania in Romanian) is a historical province. Romania has 3 historical provinces:…
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1 July 2006: 21 584 365 (official data from Institutul Naţional de Statistică). An unofficial estimate for 31 December 2008 is aprox. 21 500 000. An estimate for 19 May 2010 may be 21 425 000 people. After the census of October 2011 - approx. 21 500 000.
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To win the presidential elections !
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The so-called Romanian revolution was in December 1989.
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Short answer:no. She is Ukrainian and is currently living in the Canadian city of Rothesay New Brunswick teaching music at Rothesay High School. See the related link below.
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The seaside of Black Sea: 0 m.
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Romania.Bucharest (Bucureşti in the Romanian language) is the capital of Romania.
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Los Angeles - London - Otopeni, with British Airways: min 14 h 40 min
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Bucharest is located in the country of Romania, and is also it's capital.Bucharest (Bucureşti in the Romanian language) is the capital of Romania.
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May 2010: approx. 90 inhabitants/km2.
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Answer "hello" has in Romanian several variants: SALUT, BUNĂ ZIUA. "how are you" can be translated by: CE (MAI) FACI/CE MAI ZICI?
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Answer At least once in a lifetime. Transylvania, in particular, is a fascinating region. You have to see also Danube Delta with pelicans and sturgeons. You have to pay a visit to Dracula's Castle, and Sighisoara Citadel, to Marry Cemetery in the historic region of Maramures, you have to see t…
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answer nothin mate
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approx. 5 000 000
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Transylvania is a province in the central part of Romania. Transylvania is located around the middle of Romania. There are alot of castles found in Transylvania which includes the Bran Castle (also known as Dracula's castle). The castle is not as scary as it seems unless spiders freak you out.
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The meaning of Steaua in the Romanian language is Star.
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How to send flowers to Romania? If you have relatives in Romania, this question will probably pop up in your mind. Just google it and you will find your answer.
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Traian Basescu is the President of Romania. Basescu has had a troubled period in office since assuming the position on 20 December 2004. His post was suspended by parliament, but was returned to office by a popular vote on 23 May 2007 which voided any impeachment efforts. He was re-elected in 2009 f…
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Transylvania makes up the North-Western quadrant of the country and is the largest province of Romania comprising 13 counties (judete). It is in the north western and central part of the country Transylvania (Transilvania in romanian) is a historical province. Romania has 3 historical provinces: M…
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Ce mai faci or just Ce faci may be Romanian equivalents of 'How are you'.
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Romania was invaded only in WW1 by Germany.
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Yes ! I'm originally from Romania but I live in the US for about 13 years I`m living in Romania right now. If we are Romanian it doesn`t mean we are stupid. We can use the computer too like anybody else.
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Transylvania has a continental climate. This means that precipitation is not very abundant (500-800 mm), the winters are cold and the summers are hot. Extreme temperatures can approach 40 degrees in the summer (but not quite reach it), and descend below 30 in the winter (especially in the eastern pa…
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Masculine: Ion (Ioan), Gheorghe, Vasile, Mihai, Marin, Ilie, Alexandru, etc.Feminine: Ioana, Maria (Mariana), Elena, Ecaterina, Elisabeta, Constan?a, etc.
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Romania is good friend with Serbia.And Romania will help Serbia kill all the albanians in kosovo.
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The many local languages remained; the lingua franca was Aramaic.
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Bucharest has now 1 900 000 inhabitants.
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The equivalent of Hello in the Romanian language is Salut, Te (vă) salut, Salutare. Or "Buna".
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A very known Romanian basket-ball player (2,31 m).
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North -Ukraine East- Republic of Moldova and Russia South- Bulgaria South-West - Yugoslavia West- Hungary
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Preferences are very different; I like Mihail Sadoveanu for prose and Eminescu, Arghezi, Bacovia, Cotru?, P?unescu for poetry.
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Transylvania is a province in the central part of Romania.
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Romanian is both a literary (written) as well as a spoken (living) language. Example: Ce mai faci? This is a common expression, much like, 'Hello, how are you doing?' in English.
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Romanians want to free the Romanian territories invaded by the Austro-Hungarians imperialists.
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"No!" , said someone , but the real answer is that you're not safe in any place , any time. Romania is a safe country in general and no significant tensions among different categories of people are recorded. However, be cautious if you are to encounter with gypsies and gypsy beggars. Romania has a h…
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France: Revenge for the defeat in ww1. Direct access route controlled to western Europe (and cooperating Spain).Norway: Preventing an invasion planned by british forces... controlling the north of the Atlantic.Romania: Supplying oil fields. Romania also provided supporting troops. On the way towards…
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Transylvania is a part of Romania.
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Romania and Bulgaria border one another and are separated by the Danube. There is no country 'in the middle'.
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In World War II Romania fought on both sides. In 1939, it declared its neutrality, while assessing its options. However, due to the Hungarian occupation of Transsylvania, and the Russian occupation of Bessarabia (Bulgaria also took a small south-eastern slice of territory), it entered the war on the…
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Australia is in the Australasia continent, whereas Austria, Andorra, Albania and Romania are all in the European continent.Australia
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Romania gained its independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1879 after the War of Independence of 1877-1878. That war was fought by Tsarist Russia and Romania against the Ottoman Empire. The actual battles took place in what is now Bulgaria. Romania has been an independent nation ever since, even du…
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since 1st of January 2007 Romania is a member of EU
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They don't feel any change, excepting the celebration of the Europe Day.
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Romania, Turkey, Greece, Macedonia and Serbia border Bulgaria. (It also has a coastline on the Black Sea).
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Work: Romanians don't like working too much, though some are very industrious individuals. Almost half of the population lives in the countryside, so some are just plain farmers. Coveted jobs are usually in the IT & Computer Science domain, Economics, Medicine, and even Humanities. Spare time:…
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Some Romanian parents put coins in the pockets of their children in order for them to have a bountiful new year. Also, they place bread under the table to bring luck for the whole family. Wheat is placed under the table cloth to bring good crops.
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Bucharest more than 2 000 000 1 926 334 official residents at the census - 18 March 2002.
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They go caroling with friends.
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He was a Romanian Dictator and the leader of Romania from 1965 until December 1989, when a revolution and coup removed him from power. The revolutionaries held a two hour trial and sentenced him to death for crimes against the state, genocide, and "undermining the national economy."The Ceauşescus w…
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PCH: Budweiser Snow has just become the biggest beer by volume selling over 52 million hectolitres. It has just eclipsed 'The King of Beer', Bud Light. Sep 2008
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The national language is Romanian. About 2 million people speak Hungarian and a small minority speak German. National Census, March 2002: Total 21 680 974 Romanian language 19 736 517 Hungarian " 1 443 970 Ţigănească " 237 550 (language of gypsies) Ukrainian " 57 407 German " 44 888 Russi…
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Ion Antonescu (1882-1946) was the nationalist dictator of Romania from 1940-1944. He was convicted by communists of treason and various other false crimes in 1946 and shot.
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No, Transylvania is a region of Romania, mainly in the central and NW part of the country.
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Otopeni, at aprox. 10 km north from Bucharest.
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Romania joined World War 1 in 1916 on the Entente side. Though defeated, it gained Transylvania, Banat and Bukovina from Austria-Hungary and Bessarabia from Russia.
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Transylvania become officialy a part of Romania after the Union of 1 December 1918.
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LE by Bacx: No! Bigamy is forbidden by the Treaty of Brussels, to which both Romania and US have signed!!!!
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LE by Bacx: No! Bigamy is forbidden by the Treaty of Brussels, to which both Romania and US have signed!!!!
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The name had been widely used before the union of Moldavia and Wallachia. It draws attention to the claim of the Romanians to be descended from the Romans. There was also a connection to the word rumân, which means serf. This meaning disappeared when the serfdom was disestablished in 1746.
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Mi-a fost dor de tine is a Romanian equivalent of 'I missed you'. Another Romanian equivalent is Mi-ai lipsit.
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Romanian CarpathiansBlack seaHillsPlains
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After the data from 2011 the second largest city in Romania is Cluj - 320 000 citizens.
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Now the President is Traian Băsescu.
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look at timeline..
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Romanians
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Romanians eat food that are mainly based on pork, but they also eat other things too. you could find some very full-bodied soups there, such as cioba de perisoar, a soup with meat balls.
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I don't know about SAP R3, but original SAP is developed in ABAP (Advanced Business Application Programming) language. This programming language is developed by SAP. SAP is a German Based Company, which develops ERP. Its similar to COBOL, its syntax is same as COBOL.MaxDB is the database used in dev…
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Hungary, Serbia, Bulgaria, Moldova, Ukraine (and the Black Sea).
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The large extermination camps were all in Poland because over half the Jews under Nazi control lived there. Romania, which was rabidly anti-Jewish, set up its own camps.
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