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  1. 1. OUR COUNTRY, OUR TOWN, OUR SCHOOL Rares Mihail Bocanet Razvan Constantin Stinga
  2. 2. Romania – European country
  3. 3. Romania in numbers • • • • • About 19 millions peoples With a surface area of 238,391 square kilometers, Romania is the largest country in southeastern Europe; Romania is a semi-presidential republic, in which the executive branch consists of the President and the Government; Romania joined NATO in 2004, and the European Union in 2007; Romania's terrain is distributed roughly equally between mountainous, hilly and lowland territories. The Carpathian Mountains dominate the centre of Romania, with 14 mountain ranges reaching above 2,000 m (the highest point is Moldoveanu Peak 2,544 m)
  4. 4. * The vegetation includes three major areas: • steppe and forested steppe – specific to the plains, but intensely transformed by practicing agriculture • the forest fund of decidous and coniferous trees, with precious species of zâmbru (Pinus cembra)and yew tree (Taxus bacata) • the alpine vegetation, with rare floristic species: rose bay, the edelweiss ("the queen’s flower"), the gentian, the sweet pea and a unique world: Garofiţa Pietrii Craiului (Piatra Craiului pink). In Banat and the Northern part of Oltenia, Mediterranean species appear: the almond tree, the lilac and the wild fig tree, the black and maritime pine. At the moment, the forests cover a little over 26% of Romania’s surface. In what concerns the trees, the beech prevails, followed by the oak, the conifers and other species. SEND
  5. 5. * Over 400,000 ha of the country’s territory are affected by the draught, as a result of the pollution. The fauna comprises of rare species: the bustard, the lynx, the mountain cock, the black grouse, the pelican, the white-tailed eagle, the sturgeons (fishes with black spawn), but also large stocks of chamois, bear, wolf. Extincted species have been introduced into the specific habitat, such as the alpine marmot (the Retezat and Rodna Mountains), the bison (Haţeg and in the counties of Dâmboviţa and Neamţ), the moufflon (Dobrogea), the raccoon dog (Nyctereutes procyonoides) Romania is considered the richest European country in what the hunting stock is concerned. The existence of some unique natural landscapes, the presence of many rare species of vegetation and fauna required certain protection measures of the environment. During the interwar period the first natural park is created – The Retezat National Park (1935) – and the first natural reserves are constituted.
  6. 6. THE DANUBE DELTA – NATURAL RESERVE OF THE BIOSPHERE In September 1990, the Romanian Government declared the Danube Delta and some nearby areas (580 000ha) as a Biosphere Reserve (RBDD). In the same year the Danube Delta was recognized as a wetland of international importance, especially as a waterfowl habitat, and it was included in the RAMSAR Convention together with other 600 similar areas. In December 1990, the Danube Delta was included on the UNESCO list of World Cultural and Natural Heritage •The only delta in the world which was declared reserve of the biosphere. •It has the most compact reed plot in the world. •It annually grows with 40 square meters. •There are 135 species of fish and 331 species of birds in the Danube Delta, most of them protected. The Danube Delta is also called “ the birds’ paradise”. •There are many excellent bird watching areas in Romania, the most stunning of which is the Danube Delta - 5000 square kilometers of waterways, lakes, floating reed islets, sand dunes and virgin forest.
  7. 7. TYPICALL PLANTS AND ANIMALS IN THE DANUBE DELTA The polecat Riverside coppices (oaks, poplars, willows, wild vine, lianas) Water-lilies The swan Sturgeons (source of caviar) The great egret The pelican – the largest colony in Europe
  8. 8. ROMANIA
  9. 9. * * Bacau county had a population of 616,168 and the population density is 93 of inhabitants/km²; * Holds 2,8 % of Romania surface; * Holds 3 municipalities (Bacau, Onesti, Moinesti) and 5 smaller cities: (Buhuși, Comănești, Dărmănești, Slănic -Moldova și Târgu Ocna); * Has 49.1% forests in their area, while Romania has 26% of their surface covered with forests (Europe average is 29%);
  10. 10. City’s panoramas
  11. 11. The town was first mentioned in 1408 when Prince Alexander the Good of Moldavia (1400– 1432) listed the customs points in the principality in his privilege for Polish merchants
  12. 12. Men bearing the name Bakó are documented in Transylvania in the Middle Ages. The town may have been named after a Hungarian innkeeper who, supposedly, had an inn, the first building in the town, on the road from Bacău to Roman.
  13. 13. Today, the name of our town is linked with the great poet George Bacovia. Although his real name was George Vasiliu, he wanted to be recognized as poet of Bacau city. He wrote sad poems like: Plumb(Lead), Singur(Alone), etc.
  14. 14. * * International airport * Central library * Culture house * Recreational island * History Museum * The Astronomical Observatory * The prefecture * The Olympic International Basin * Ruins of the Royal Court
  15. 15. INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ,,GEORGE ENESCU“ BACAU
  16. 16. CENTRAL LIBRARY ,,COSTACHE STURDZA"
  17. 17. “VASILE ALECSANDRI” CULTURE HOUSE * ERGHL;
  18. 18. RECREATIONAL ISLAND FROM BISTRITA RIVER * FDHBN
  19. 19. HISTORY MUSEUM ,,IULIAN ANTONESCU" * DHV
  20. 20. The Astronomical Observatory “Victor Anestin”
  21. 21. Was built between 1886-1890, after a competition won in 1880 by architect Paul Petricu, participating with the work that bear the motto "Justice“.
  22. 22. THE PREFECTURE OF BACAU COUNTY (The Administrative Palace – night view)
  23. 23. The Olympic International Basin
  24. 24. Today City’s panoramas
  25. 25. The Orthodox Cathedral Is the newest church from Bacau and it’s still in construction. This cathedral has 18 bells: -13 bells for carillons -5 bells for peal
  26. 26. The Cancicov Park
  27. 27. * * Computer science * First aid * Environmental protection * Road education * Electro-technical * Fashion design * Easel painting * Traditional music * Drawing * Folk music * Guitar/piano * Graphics * Puppet theater * European Studies * Journalism * Judo * Handball
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  30. 30. *Fashion design club
  31. 31. Journalism club
  32. 32. The green corner (of ecology club)
  33. 33. *Canto club
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  36. 36. *Theater club
  37. 37. The students from all of the clubs of Bacau Children`s Palace are pleased to be partners in this project!

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