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Romania

  1. 1.  Area: 230,340 sq. km - 9th in Europe Population: 22.7 million - 7th in Europe Capital: Bucharest (2.06 million population) National Day: December 1 Ethnic groups: Romanians 89.5%, Hungarian 6.6%, Roma 2.5%, German 0.3%, Ukrainian 0.3%, Russians 0.2%, Serbs 0.2%, other 0.8% There are over 8 milions Romanians living abroad. Religion plays an integral part in the lives of Romanians. Over 86.8 % of the population belong to the Orthodox church.
  2. 2. Born November 12, 1961) is a Romanian gymnast, winner of three Olympic gold medals at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal and the first female gymnast ever to be awarded a perfect score of 10 in an Olympic gymnastic event. She is one of the best-known gymnasts in the world. In 2000 Comăneci was named as one of the athletes of the century by the Laureus World Sports Academy.Nadia Comaneci
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  4. 4. Ştefan Odobleja Ştefan Odobleja was a Romanian scientist, one of the precursors of cybernetics. His major work, “Psychologie consonantiste”, first published in 1938 and 1939, in Paris, had established many of the major themes of cybernetics regarding cybernetics and systems thinking ten years before the work of Norbert Wiener was published in 1948.
  5. 5. Tristan Tzara Tristan Tzara was a Romanian and French avant-garde poet, essayist and performance artist. Also active as a journalist, playwright, literary and art critic, composer and film director, he was known best for being one of the founders and central figures of the anti-establishment Dada movement Dada or dadaism rejected reason and logic, prizing nonsense, anarchy, irrationality and intuition. The name Dada was reputedly arrived at during a meeting of the group when a paper knife stuck into a French-German dictionary happened to point to dada, a French word for hobbyhorse." The movement primarily involved visual arts, literature—poetry, art manifestoes, art theory—theatre, and graphic design, and concentrated its anti-war politics through a rejection of the prevailing standards in art through anti-art cultural works. Its purpose was to ridicule the meaninglessness of the modern world as its participants saw it. In addition to being anti-war, Dada was also anti-bourgeois and anarchistic in nature.
  6. 6. • Without the work of Nicolae Paulescu the history of medicine would probably have a different course, particularly the history of diabetic medicine. The distinguished Romanian scientist was the first to discover insulin (which he called pancreine).• In 1916 Paulescu developed an aqueous pancreatic extract which normalized the blood sugar levels in a diabetic dog. He had to interrupt his experiments during the World War I till 1921 when he wrote an extensive whitepaper on the effect of the pancreatic extract injected into a diabetic animal: Research on the Role of the Pancreas in Food Assimilation. The paper was published in August 1921 in the “Archives Internationales de Physiologie.”Nicolae Paulescu
  7. 7. • Petrache Poenaru was a Romanian inventor of the Enlightenment era.• Poenaru, who had studied in Paris and Vienna and, later, completed his specialized studies in England, was a mathematician, physicist, engineer, inventor, teacher and organizer of the educational system, as well as a politician, agronomist, and zootechnologist, founder of the Philharmonic Society, the Botanical Gardens and the National Museum of Antiquities in Bucharest.• While a student in Paris, Petrache Poenaru invented the worlds first fountain pen, an invention for which the French Government issued a patent on May 25, 1827.
  8. 8. Bucharest 
  9. 9. Bucharest  About Bucureşti / Bucharest Short description: Known in the past as "The Little Paris" Bucharest has changed a lot lately and today it has become a very interesting mix of old and new that has little to do with its initial reputation. Finding a 300 years old church near a steel-and-glass building that sit both next to a communist style building is common place in Bucharest. Perhaps "The Big Mix" would be a more appropriate name for the current Bucharest. Some adore it and enjoy its unique charm, while others feel uncomfortable around the gray Communist-era buildings and lack of western style tourist attractions. However, Bucharest offers some excellent attractions, and has, in recent years, cultivated a sophisticated, trendy, and modern sensibility that many have come to expect from a European capital. Bucharest has been undergoing major modernization programes in recent years and is still going to continue not if more projects in the years to come. Bucharest is experiencing an economic boom and will be experiencing this boom for many years to come

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