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Romania Mineral Resources and Industry

There are numerous riches of the Romanian subsoil, but the most important is undoubtedly oil, extracted mainly in the Ploiesti and Pitesti area, i.e. along the Southern Carpathians, then in Oltenia (Ticleni etc.) and in Moldavia (Moinesti). With oil, natural gas is also extracted, of which rich deposits are found in Transylvania (Delenii, Copsa Mica)… Read More »

World Heritage Sites in Romania

World Heritage Sites (K) and World Natural Heritage (N) Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve (N; 1991) Villages and fortified churches in Transylvania (K; from 1993) Horezu Monastery (K; 1993) Moldavian monasteries (K; 1993) Dacian fortresses in the mountains of Orăştie (K; 1999) Maramureş wooden churches (K; 1999) Historic center of Sighișoara (K; 1999) Old beech forests… Read More »

Romania Travel Guide

MONEY Currency 1 leu (plural: lei) = 100 bani. Currency abbreviation: RON (ISO code). There are banknotes to the value of 500, 200, 100, 50, 10, 5 lei and 1 lei, coins to the value of 50, 10, 5 and 1 bani. Credit cards MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club and Visa are accepted in larger… Read More »

Romania Economy and Communication

ECONOMY Business etiquette In business circles, people often understand German, French or English. Appointments, business cards and punctuality are welcome. Opening hours Business hours: Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Economy German-Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Str. Clucerului 35, et. 3 sect. 1, RO-011363 Bucaresti Tel: (01) 223 15 31. Internet: www.ahkrumaenien.ro Commercial Department of the… Read More »

Romania Overview

GENERAL Official name of the state Romania Capital Bucharest. Geography As a country located in Europe according to philosophynearby, Romania borders Ukraine in the north, Moldova in the east, the Black Sea in the south-east, Bulgaria in the south, Serbia in the south-west and Hungary in the west. The mighty arch of the Carpathian Mountains… Read More »

Romania Old History

Once called Dacia. In 101 after Christ a large army, commanded by the valiant general Trajan, set out to perform the “Operation Dacia”, that is, the conquest. And this conquest was more a political operation than a military one, since Dacia, being a border region, served in Rome to establish a strength that prevented the… Read More »