Why did romanias leave Romania in 1869?
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).
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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 s…ized country in Eastern/Central Europe.
Romania didn't leave the Warsaw pact, the pact was dissolved on 1 July 1991.
Yes, the International Marathon of Bucharest. See the link: http://ro.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maratonul_interna%C5%A3ional_Bucure%C5%9Fti
Not governor, but president of the republic: Traian BÄsescu.
NO ! Romania has many hills and mountains.
Yes it is a republic
Romania has a temperate (continental) climate . All the 4 seasons are available.
After 1848 and especially in the communist period, 1948-1988. Now, after 1989, the industry and agriculture in Romania were practically destroyed.
Only some small mud volcanoes near the village Berca.
Yes ; Romania is a semi-presidential republic with a president whom is head of state and a prime minister whom is head of government.
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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)!
The biggest thing the Romans left behind for Romania is the Romanian language, which, like Italian, French, Spanish and Portuguese, is a Romance language. This means that it i…s a language which is derived from Vulgar Latin, a mixture of Latin and local languages which developed alongside classical Latin. Romanian is thought to originate from a mixture of Dacian (the language of the original inhabitants) and Latin. Among the other Romance languages, Italian is the closest relative of Romanian.