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Transcript of Presentation Romania
Romania has a temperate climate, similar to the northeastern United States, with four distinct seasons.
Is located in the S-E part of Central Europe;
It is bounded on the north and east by Ukraine, on the east by the Republic of Moldova and the Black Sea, on the south by Bulgaria, on the south-west and west by Serbia and on the west by Hungary.
Capital: Bucharest 2.3 mil. inhabitants
There are Romanians (89.7%), Hungarians, Germans, Jews and other ethnic groups.
This county has a total area of 8,553 square kilometres.
The western side of the county consists of mountains from the Eastern Carpathians group: the Rodna Mountains, the Rarău Mountains, the Giumalău Mountains and the three "Obcine" with lower heights.
The county's elevation decreases toward the east, with the lowest height in the Siret River valley.
Fortress of Suceava
The Carpathian Mountains, covering one third of country's surface represent an exceptional way of relaxation and has attractions at any time of the year. They are ideal for those who love winter sports, trips on mountain paths, alpinism,hunting, fishing and other.
The highest Peak in Romania, Moldoveanu, has 2544m.
There are 8 main resorts which suit every taste.
Bucharest municipality (228 sq.km., out of which 70% built area). It is divided into six administrative districts and the Ilfov Agricultural Sector) and has a population of 2,066,723
Bucharest is the most important political, economic, cultural and scientific centre of the country. It is crossed by the Dambovita river and is bordered by the picturesque lakes of the valley of Colentina.
Bucharest is a city featuring a rich vegetation, wide parks, which has inspired the name of “garden-city”. Here you can find monumental buildings, with outstanding architectural values, big and interesting museums, theatres, opera hall, exhibition halls, memorial houses, universities, central public and administrative offices.
The Palace of Parliament, for instance, is the second building in the world in point of size, after the Pentagon.
Bucharest National Theatre
Arch of Triumph
A presentation by Bălăcian Delia
Danube River ends its journey of almost 1864 miles through Europe in south-eastern Romania. Here the river divides into 3 frayed branches (Chilia, Sulina, Sfântu Gheorghe) forming the Danube Delta. Overall, the delta is a triangular swampy area of marshes, floating reed islands and sandbanks. It is a UNESCO Biosphere Reservation as well as a protected wetland and natural habitat for rare species of plants and animals.
The Danube Delta is home to over 60% of the world’s population of pygmy cormorants, 50% of red-breasted geese and the largest number of white pelicans and Dalmatian pelicans in Europe.
Some 15,000 people inhabit the Delta area, living in 28 villages and one city (Sulina).