Where is Romania?
Romania is in SE Europe. Romania is in Eastern Central Europe. (45 with 45 degrees). Next to: Hungary, Ukraine, Moldova, Bulgaria, Serbia, Black Sea. Romania is a medium sized country in Eastern/Central Europe.
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Romania is in the east of Europe and its capital is Bucharest.
If you mean "culture" in a historic content then Romania has a byzantine orthodox culture(but with its own specific traits) similar to Greece and the other eastern orthodox co…untries like Serbia,Bulgaria,Russia,etc. in a modern context Romania has a western culture
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Romania is founded after the Roman Empire conquered Dacia, after the second great war with Roman Empire and Dacia (101-102, 105-106 B.C.) The independent state of Romania was …founded after the war (1877-1878) with the Turk.
Romania is between the equator and the north pole:. 43 0 37' 07" and 48 0 15' 06" north latitude and. 20 0 15' 44" and 29 0 41' 24" east longitude
Could you clarify your question? Who left Romania? Do you mean the Romanies? (= the Gypsies). If so, I am not aware of any exodus; quite on the contrary, they are still here =… (except those who left for the West after the Revolution = the fall of Communism = 1989).
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.
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 Roman…s settled. The new people formed was called "Romani" or "Rumani", meaning "coming from Rome".
For details see the link below: Statistical Yearbook of Romania.
The same as everywhere, I might say.
Of course, all the peoples have myths.
Transylvania is a historical province of Romania.
Romania is an East-European country. Coordinates: - North latitude: between 43 0 37 ' 07 " and 48 0 15'06" - East longitude: between 20 0 15'44" and 29 0 41'24 "
Romania has a variety of things to do, so it depends on what youlike! There are large cities like Cluj, Timisoara, Iasi, Brasov andBucharest to explore. It is situated in the …Carpathian mountainswhich means that you can hike, ski, ice climb and pursue otheroutdoor activities. If you like the seaside, there are beaches onthe Black Sea. If castles are more your thing, there are a numberof them - my favorite is Hunedoara castle. There are a number ofhistorical sites, like pre-Roman ruins at Sarmizegetusa andmonasteries, most notably in the eastern Moldavia region. There arebeautiful well-preserved medieval towns in the Transylvania region,for instance Sibiu, Alba Iulia and Sighisoara. Agricultural andarchaic religious customs are still well preserved. Are well knownOrthodox and Catholic holidays, and harvest or harvest berries. Andof course, there are all sorts of yummy foods to eat like Sarmale(stuffed grape or cabbage leaves)!
Romania is situated in the South-Eastern part of Europe.