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An unique fact about Romania is a very old tradition: on the 1 of March the boys and the men give some red and white amulets to girls and women. They will wear one amulet all the month and at the end they will hang it in a tree. Another fact about Romania is that they have a word, "dor", that express many feelings, and it can't be translated in other languages. It means passion, love, missing somebody or something, and many other important feelings.
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I know that the little fish asprete (Romanichthys valsanicola) from Vîlsanului valley is unique in the world.
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Here are some important facts about Romania: In Romania, the first day of spring is very important and very beautiful for everybody: the boys and the men give some red and …white amulets to the girls and the women. They will chose one and will wear it till March ends, when they will put it in a tree. The tradition says that if the tree will grow harmonious the girl will have a good year and if the tree will remain as it was until March the girl will have a bad year. Romanian language has a special word almost impossible to translate in other languages: the word 'dor'. It interweaves many feelings like passion, love, pain, missing somebody or something, desire, sadness, and many other. Romanians has many interesting legends and traditions. If you want to know one of them, check this out: The legend says that many years ago there was a very bad old woman called 'baba Dochia' and she had a step-daughter. It was winter and she obligated her to go on the mountain and wash some clothes. The poor girl died frozen. God punished the old woman to climb that mountain too and she took 7 waistcoats with her. The winter was ending and while she was climbing she undressed the waistcoats one by one. When the spring came, she had no waistcoat remaining and a snow showed up and baba Dochia died frozen, as a punish of her malice. The people say that between winter and spring, if there is nice weather, baba Dochia undressed one more waistcoat and if there is bad weather baba Dochia dressed one more waistcoat. Romania was the birthplace of the legend of Dracula. It originated from a guy name Vlad Å¢epeÅ who was a voidvode (prince) of Wallachia (one of the regions that Romania now consists of, the other is Moldavia). He was also know as Vlad III, dracula (son of the dragon or devil) after his father Vlad II dracul (dragon obviously...). One fun fact about Romania is that Dracula's Castle is there. ----------- Be sure that Dracula is only a legend (created by Bram Stoker) and the Dracula's castle don't exist ! . Romania formed out of the Ottoman Empire . Romania participated in World War I on the side of the Allies and participated on the sides of the Axis Powers in World War II . Romania practically doubled its size after WWI as it was granted land from Austria-Hungary . Romania is one of the most developed nations in Eastern Europe . Romania produces some of the best gymnasts in the world, as does most Eastern European nations . DeÅteaptÄ-te (Romanian, arise), is the anthem. . Draculas real name is Vlad Å¢epeÅ; he was prince of Walachia. Capital is Bucharest. In Romania they like to play soccer. The most famous tourist attraction is "Dracula's Castle", but note that this castle is only a legend for tourists.
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He is black believe it or not! I was shocked too!
21 350 000 is Romania's population (my estimate for April 2011) . The capital of Romania is Bucharest (Bucureşti in the Romanian language). Languages spoken the…re are Romanian (more than 90 %), Hungarian (circa 5 %) and other minor languages. Romania has a very old and interesting culture. Unfortunately Romania is now an underdeveloped country, spoiled by the Western countries
The oldest modern human remains in Europe were discovered in the "Cave with the Bones" in present day Romania. They are aproximately 42,000 years old.
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-It comes in a variety of colors, and is often found naturally with other precious gemstones (including onyx, agate, and jasper). -The name comes from the German word quarz, m…eaning hard, or firm. -It has a high resistance to water erosion, which is why it's commonly found intact in streams and rivers. -Roman naturalist Pliny the Elder originally believed that quartz was water ice that had been permanently frozen over great lengths of time (the word crystal comes from the Greek for ice, κρύσταλλος). -Quartz produces an electric currect when put under mechanical strain, making it piezoelectric (Other piezoelectric materials include certain ceramics, DNA, bone, and various proteins). This is why it's sometimes used in watches.
you can smell in your dreams.
saw fish are also known by the name carpenter sharks
their front horn contains a medicine that can stop heart attacks but still don't kill them, their bottom lip looks like a hook its nick name is the hook lipped rhino
It can be formed into a foil only one atom thick, which you can't do with any other metal.
The population average age in Romania was 40,6 years in 2011.