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Romania Country Information

Romania is a country placed at the inclined point of Central and Southeastern Europe, north of the Balkan Peninsula, on the Lower Danube, within and outside the Carpathian champion, near the Black Sea. The Danube Delta is situated to the border of its country. It has familiarity to its border with Hungary and Serbia to the west, Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova to the northeast, and Bulgaria to the south. It achieved independence from the Ottoman government in 1878. Romanian Independence Day is celebrated on May 9, 1877 at the end of World War 1. In 1918, Transylvania, Bukovina and Bessarabia are affiliated with the Kingdom of Romania. The parts of the country are occupied by the Soviet correlation at the end of World War II. Romania inclined a socialist republic, and member of the Warsaw Pact. The fall of the Iron Curtain in the 1989 Revolution, it is started a series of political and economic transforms. Romania made economic transforms such as low flat tax rates in 2005 and it is joined in the European Union on January 1, 2007. Romania is an upper-middle income country with high individual development, despite within the European correlation. It is the 9th largest province and the 7th largest population with the European Union member states. It is joined in NATO on March 29, 2004. It is an associated member of the Latin Union, of the Francophone, of the OSCE and of the United Nations, as well as an assistant member of the CPLP. Romania is a semi-presidential unitary state.

Romania Recreation, Culture and Attractions

The Bicaz Canyon is one of the most extraordinary places in Romania, placed in the north-east constituent of the country, in Neamt and Harghita counties. The canyon was introduced by the waters of Bicaz River and it is the avenue within the Romanian division of Moldova and Transylvania. The Iron Gates is a fissure on the Danube River and it forms the boundary within Serbia and Romania. It is included in the last barrier on this route, just behind the Romanian city of Orsova, that comprises two hydroelectric dams, with two power stations, Iron Gate I Hydroelectric Power Station and Iron Gate II Hydroelectric Power Station. The river distributes the southern Carpathian Mountains against the northwestern foothills of the Balkan Mountains. The Romanian, Hungarian, Turkish, Slovakian, German and Bulgarian names mean "Iron Gates" and are used to the integrated range of gorges. The Olt Defile is a defile that cut into the Transylvanian Alps in south-central Romania by the Olt River. Brezoi-Titesti desolation portion is located at hot spring resorts and surrounding by mountains grow Walnut and oak trees, wild roses, and white ivy. Astra Film Festival is an international film festival is classified by Astra Film in Sibiu, Romania. The Bucharest Film Festival is an extinct film festival between 1948 and 1968 in the city of Bucharest established by Nicolai Barbs. Callatis Festival is the greater music and culture festival taken in Romania. In 1900, The CEC Palace in Bucharest is established on Calea Victories opposite to the History Museum. It is the base of the national savings house C.E.C., at present it is called as CEC Bank. Romania has a unique culture and it is the fabrication of its geography and of its distinctive historical growth. It is essentially determined as the meeting point of three regions: Eastern Europe, Central Europe and the Balkans, but cannot be absolutely combined in any of them. Romanian students were studied in France, Italy and Germany. It consists of some groups of tributes distributed around the country. It accomplishes the quarter-finals and was organized by FIFA on the 6th place.

Romania Country Demographics

Romania Total Population - 22,215,421
Romania Male Population - 10,815,765
Romania Female Population - 11,399,656
Romania Romanian Population - 19,409,400
Romania Hungarian Population - 1,434,377
Romania Roma Population - 535,140
Romania Serbian Population - 22,518
Romania Ukrainian Population - 45,551,667
Romania German Population - 60,000
Romania Russian Population - 36,397
Romania Turkish Population - 32,098

Romania School Information

The Romanian Educational System is organized by the Ministry of Education and Research and the law of education is conserved in 1995. Each level has its own form of organization and it is subject to different constitution. Kindergarten, it has an opportunity between 3 and 6 years old. Schooling starts at the age of 7, and it is a compulsory education until the 10th grade. Primary and secondary educations are split into 12 or 13 grades. Children start as early as three years old and can stay before they are six or seven years old. Kindergarten is free and generally completion for 3 or 4 forms - "Small Group" for children aged 3-4, "Middle Group", for children aged 4-5, "Big Group" for children aged 5-6 and "School Preparation Class" for children aged 6-7. Elementary school is terminated at eight years in Romania. The future student is spontaneously enrolled in the school nearest to his or her residence. School starts in the middle of September and ends in the middle of June. It is divided into two semesters. There are four holiday seasons for Christmas and Easter. Each group has its own designation, appreciated by a character of the alphabet. In the First four years all subjects are teaches by the single teacher. Additional teachers are assigned to the particular subjects. At the end of primary school, schedule starts to become crowded. Many schools have individual classes. At the end of the 8th year of school a nation-wide test is taken by all students. In 2004, this examination is started and is called Test area National and can be reserved only once, in June. The elementary schools have some rules and regulations, Uniforms are a local issue, according to the each school's policies. Some of the high schools have uniforms, and in case they do, that are only used for special celebrations. High school studies are four years, two required is 9th and 10th year, and two is non-compulsory education that is 11th and 12th year. There are no exams between the 10th and the 11 years. The universities are initiated in the year of 1990, in Romania.

Romania Country Symbols

Romania state Flag
Romania state Flag
Romania state Bird
Romania state Bird
Great White Pelican
Romania state Animal
Romania state Animal
Romania state Tree
Romania state Tree
Romania state Anthem
Romania state Anthem
Desteapta-te, romaine!(Awaken Thee, Romanian)
Romania state Flower
Romania state Flower
Dog rose (Rosa canina)
Romania state Motto
Romania state Motto
formerly Nikhil Sine Doe (Latin, Nothing without God) and before that Toti in unu (Romanian, All in one).

Romania Country History

The oldest modern individual remnant in Europe was exposed in the "Cave with Bones" in present day Romania. It is around 42,000 years old and as Europe's first remains of Homo sapiens, and it may illustrate the first such people to have penetrated the continent. The Dacia kingdom was accomplish its maximum distance while King Burebista, between 82BC - 44 BC, and soon came under the inspection of the neighboring Roman Empire. Dacia was noted its rich ore precipitate, and mainly gold and silver were plentiful. Several theories have been introduced to explain the connection of modern Romanians. Linguistic and geo-historical resolution is indicated that Romanians has affiliated a significant ethnic group both South and North of the Danube. After the Roman army and administration left Dacia, the country was held by the Goths, then, in the 4th century by Huns. Romanians were lived in three places Wallachia, Moldavia and Transylvania in the middle age. King Louis I Anjou of Hungary issued a law-and-order Decree of Turda in part of absolutely intension against the Romanians from Transylvania in 1366. After his death, as slave tributary states of the Ottoman Empire, Moldova and Wallachia had complete internal freedom and external independence, which was finally lost in the 18th century. The development of the Russian Empire as a political and military power symbolize in occupation of Bessarabia in 1812. Romania was remembered as an independent state by the Great Powers In 1878. In 1881, the principality was grown to a kingdom and Prince Carol converted to King Carol I. The first two years of the World War I saw a neutral Romania. The National Council of the Moldavian Democratic Republic reported union with Romania on 27 March 1918. Romania survived neutral after the start of the World War II in September 1939. Meanwhile Romania is the most important source of oil for Germany, which attracted multiple bombing invasions by the Allies. It is a major supplement to the Axis effort on the Eastern Front, restored Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina and participating in major battles at Odessa, Sevastopol and Stalingrad. Several major political parties of the pre-war cycle, such as the Christian-Democratic National Peasants' Party, the National Liberal Party and the Romanian Social Democrat Party were determined. Romania maintains one of the highest industrial production rates in Europe and it is designated to as "the Tiger of Eastern Europe."

Romania Country Tourist Information

Tourism attracts on the country's natural scenery and its rich history .it is a significant patron to the Romania's economy. The private and international tourism originated about 4.8% of gross domestic product and 5.8% of the total jobs in 2006. Tourism is the second largest ingredient of the services zone. It is one of the most influential and fastest developing categories of the economy of Romania and it is constitute by a huge potential for development. Romania is the fourth dissipated living country in the world in travel and tourism chamber of total demand with a yearly possible growth of 8% from 2007-2016. The all time record of Romania in 2006 is manifested as 20 million overnight interrupted by international tourists. It is the popular tourist destination for many Europeans, thus striving to compete with Greece, Bulgaria, Italy and Spain. Romania stations such as Mongolia, Limp, Venus, Saturn, Neptune, Constanta and Mamaia are the most celebrated attraction during summer. The skiing surrogated along the Vale Prahovei and Poiana Brasov is popular with foreign visitors during winter. Transylvanian cities such as Sibiu, Sighisoara, Brasov, Cluj-Napoca, and Taegu Murex have inclined important touristic attractions for foreigners. In Romania the Other attractions such as Danube Delta, Scarisoara Cave, Iron Gates and particular other hollow in the Apuseni Mountains.

Romania Country Transportation

Romania is the attribute of the state in all transport infrastructures. It is contributed by the Ministry of Transports, Constructions and Tourism. Romania's total road network is likely to be 198,817 km long, out of which 60,043 km are surface and 138,774 km are unpaved. The World Bank is established that the road network is covered by the cities and community is about 78,000 km long. It is a considerable motorway network is the top priorities for the government. Transylvania, the largest motorway enterprises in Europe with a length of 588 km from Bucharest the Autostrada to Oradea is under development. It is expected to complete in 2013. Bucharest-Ploiesti motorway, Sibiu ring road and another 27.4 km from Autostrada Transylvania are also ambition for 2010 government's schedule. The first railway in the dominion is free in 1869 in Romania and it is combined between Bucharest and Giurgiu. The Romania first railway is opened in 1854 among Oravita and Baize in Banat. The Romanian railway network has significantly increased and now it is the fourth largest in Europe by total track length. It is one of the most avenue systems of the Bucharest public transport organization. Romania has a rich tradition in the aviation field. In 20th century, flight pioneers like Aural Vlaicu, Traian Vuia and George Valentine Bibescu brought important supplements to early aviation history, building revolutionary aero planes and changing the age's mentalities. There are 61 airports in Romania. 19 million passengers were borne finished these waterways in 2004. These include: 13 cargo ships, passenger ship, 2 passenger/cargo ships, 2 petroleum tanks, 1 roll-on/roll-off. 50 other ships are exhibited in other countries.

Romania Taxes

Romania Country Corporate tax - 16%
Romania Country Maximum Personal Income tax - 16%
Romania Country VAT - 19% (24% beginning in July, 2010[12])
Romania Country US$/L - 1.29
Romania Country US$/gal - 4.88
Romania Country Local units - RON 3.76/L ($0.90) (95), RON 3.6/L ($0.86) (diesel)

Romania Universities

Polytechnic University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania - ~15,000 students
University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania - 34,000 students
Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romana - 46,000 students
Transylvania University, Brasov, Romania - ~30,000 students
Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Cluj-Napoca, Romania - 12,000 students
University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca, Cluj-Napoca, Romania - 6,000 students
Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania - 49,619 students
Ovidius University, Constanta, Romania - 17,500 students
University of Craiova, Craiova, Dolt, Romania - 25,000 students
"Dunarea de Joss" University of Galati, Galati, Romania - 13,852 students
Gheorghe Asachi Technical University of Iasi, Iasi, Romania - 17,095 students
Alexandria Iona Cozad University of Iasi, Iasi, Romania - 38,140 students
University of Oradea, Oradea, Romania - 35,000 students
University of Pitesti, Pitesti, Romania - 12000 students
Stefan cell Mare University of Suceava, Suceava, Romania - 10,138 students
Valahia University of Târgoviste, Târgoviste, Romania - 20,000 students
Petro Major University, Taegu Murex, Romania - 6205 students

Romania Religions

Romania Christian population is 99%
Romania Muslim population is 0.2%
Romania Buddhist population is 0.01%
Romania Hindu population is 0.01%
Romania Others population is 0.1%*
Romania Romanian Orthodox population is 86, 7%
Romania Roman Catholic population is 4.7%
Romania Protestant Churches (Calvin, Lutheran, Pentecostal, Baptist, Adventist) population is 5.3%
Romania Greek Catholic Unites population is 0.9%
Romania Islam population is 0.3%
Romania Atheist population is 0.01% (9,271 people)
Romania No religion population is 0.1%
Romania Other religions population is 2.0%

Romania Country Counties

Bacau County - Population 719,844
Botosani County - Population 454,167
Iasi County - Population 825,100
Neamt County - Population 566,059
Suceava County - Population 705,878
Vaslui County - Population 455,594
Braila County - Population 365,628
Buzau County - Population 488,763
Constanta County - Population 718,330
Galati County - Population 614,449
Tulcea County - Population 250,641
Vrancea County - Population 392,619
Arges County - Population 644,236
Calarasi County - Population 315,187
Dâmbovita County - Population 533,330
Giurgiu County - Population 283,408
Ialomita County - Population 290,563
Prahova County - Population 821,013
Teleorman County - Population 413,064
Dolj County - Population 712,187
Gorj County - Population 381,643
Mehedinti County - Population 298,741
Olt County - Population 475,702
Vâlcea County - Population 411,576
Arad County - Population 457,713
Caras-Severin County - Population 327,579
Hunedoara County - Population 472,284
Timis County - Population 666,866
Bihor County - Population 594,131
Bistrita-Nasaud County - Population 316,689
Cluj County - Population 692,316
Maramures County - Population 513,000
Satu Mare County - Population 366,270
Salaj County - Population 243,157
Alba County - Population 376,086
Brasov County - Population 593,928
Covasna County- Population 223,364
Harghita County - Population 325,611
Mures County - Population 581,759
Sibiu County - Population 423,156
Ilfov County - Population 294,094
Bucharest municipality - Population 1,931,838

Romania Country Government

On December 8, 1991, The Constitution of Romania is established by the organization of France's Fifth Republic and it was accepted by a national vote. It is governed on the basis of multi-party democratic system and it is the distribution of the legislative, executive and judicial powers. Romania is a semi-presidential autonomous state where administrator functions are shared within the president and the prime minister. The President is named by popular vote for maximum two terms, and since the modification in 2003, the terms are five years. The President appoints the Prime Minister, who inclination established the chamber of Ministers. The legislative branch of the government known as the Parliament subsisted of two councils - the Senate, that has 140 members, and the Chamber of Deputies, which has 346 members. The chamber members are named by every four years under a system of party-list equivalent representation. The justice system is independent of the other branches of government. The Constitutional Court is important for judging the deference of laws and other state regulations to the Romanian Constitution. The constitution was introduced in 1991 that can be modifying by a public mandate that lasts in 2003. The country is entered in the European state in 2007. Romania has increased administrative collaboration with other member states.

Romania Country Parks

Romania is a national and an exceptional variety of landscapes, growth and wildlife; preserve some of the largest outstanding areas of natural forest in Europe. Grasslands, gorges, subterranean caves, volcanic lakes, and considerable river network are the richness of the park. It also includes the Danube Delta, a UNESCO Biosphere constraint and Europe's largest marsh. The Apuseni Nature Park is recognized as the cavers' paradise, and it preserves one of the most exceptional cave animals in the country. The park is protected with spruce fir, while at decreased levels the forest is controlled by mountain beech. The Bicaz Gorges is famous for limestone rocks magnificent over narrow roads and passes. The main attraction of the park is the Red Lake. It is a major landslide. The wildlife is displayed in this area by: the wall lizard the red deer, the brown bear, the lynx, the wolf, the pine marten and the beech marten. The highest massif in the Romanian volcanic chain is The Calamine Mountains. Fossil limestone, Cusma Dorobantului, the rock formations Dochia and the Duruitoarea waterfall are some of the major attractions in the park. Piatra Craiului Natural Park is one of the extensive and highest limestone ridges in the country. It is one of the most beautiful sights in the Carpathians. Retreat National Park is the thrilling views of nature at her wildest. It is also included in the Important Bird Areas Network.

Romania Country Economy

Romania has profited significantly economy. Mainly the country economy was based on agriculture; its major agricultural produces are wheat, corn, barley, sugar beets, sunflower seeds, potatoes, and grapes. The country is also major U.S. trading partner in Central Eastern Europe up to 1988 repudiation of Most Favored Nation trading status, the latter of which caused in great U.S. tariffs on Romanian products. The country industrial manufacture is subsidizes about a third of the country's GDP and accounts for one third of the labor force. Romania's major industrial hubs are Arad, Bucharest, Brasov, Hunedoara, Iasi, Oradea, Resita, Timisoara and tourism. The country tourism is also one of the major economic sectors in Romania. Its economy is slightly lower than in other European economies and it is mainly based on services, which account for 51.2% of GDP, even still industry and agriculture also have significant charities, making up 36% and 12.8% of GDP, individually. Romania has succeeding market economy.