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Presentation Romania final form

  1. 1. România
  2. 2. Geography and population of Romania Surface: 238.397 km² The highest point: Moldoveanu peak(2.544 m alt) The lowest point: Black Sea(0 m) The biggest city: Bucharest(Capital) Density: 84,4 loc/km² Official language: Romanian Population:20.121.641 inhabitants Moldoveanu peak(Everest of Romania)
  3. 3. Bucharest, probably the most underrated city in Europe, is the city of contrasts. Green, large French-style boulevards run through many areas of the city. Next to them, there are likely to be small, picturesque streets squeezed by ugly Communist blocks. Beautiful green neighborhoods with 19th and 20th-century villas built in different styles coexist next to the slums of poor minorities. Bucharest is a lively city with an Old Town full of restaurants and bars. Parks such as the lovely Cismigiu Gardens can be a wonderful retreat during the scorching summer days. Bucharest is a place of culture, with a great many theaters and jazz bars. It is a city full of history, unspoiled, and happily, still free of mass tourism.
  4. 4. România - yesterday and today
  5. 5. Romania seen differently, landscapes and places to visit Bigar Waterfall The Danube Delta Horses Waterfall
  6. 6. Famous people 1. Literature Mihai Eminescu (1850-1889) Romantic poet, the most famous in Romania. His famous poems are: Luceafarul (Evening Star), Venus and Madonna, Time flows by.
  7. 7. 2. Artists Constantin Brâncuși (1876-1957) He is the most famous Romanian sculptor. Brâncuși was one of the first sculptors to experiment with abstract art. Poarta Sărutului Masa Tăcerii Coloana Infinitului
  8. 8. George Enescu (1881-1955) Romanian composer and violinist, he was also conductor and pianist. Gheorghe Zamfir (1941) He is a naitive virtuoso and Romanian composer. Expressing himself artistically through an almost forgotten instrument- the panpipe.
  9. 9. 3. Sports Nadia Comăneci (1961) She is a world famous Romanian gymnast. She touched perfection, receiving a 10 mark at Montreal in 1976. Simona Halep (1991) She is a tennis player from Romania who reached the first position in the WTA world ranking.
  10. 10. Romanian traditions and customs passed down from generation to generation Some of the best known are: The basil under the pillow to dream of your chosen one,Sânzâienelor night, Călușarilor dance. Each nation is defined by its traditions, and Romania is known for its popular customs, some as if taken from fairy tales. Despite globalization, they have been preserved and passed down from generation to generation.
  11. 11. ROMANIAN CUISINE
  12. 12. Also, in Romania there are many culinary delights, such as: Stuffed Cabbage Smoked beans Cheese pancakes
  13. 13. Danube River Danube River, The Iron Gates Napoleon used to call it the “king of all rivers,” and there are many reasons for this. It is the only major river which connects Europe from west to east, thus making it one of the most strategic rivers on the continent. It gets to Romania in the south-eastern part of the country and soon forms the stunning gorge known as the Iron Gates. This area is not just a splendid natural zone but also it is here that you can see two mountain ranges – the Carpathians and the Balkan Mountains – and two countries, Serbia and Romania. The journey up the Danube River ends in the Black Sea in the form of a spectacular delta, one of the world’s most important unspoiled natural areas. It is certainly one of the last wild frontiers of Europe, a place with hundreds of species of birds and fish. The gorgeous landscapes, the virgin forests jutting out the water, the vast surfaces of the wetlands are a pure paradise. To all of these, add the remote villages and the wild sandy beaches where the river meets the sea. Longer or shorter tours, like this one, can be organized into the delta of Danube.
  14. 14. The Romanian Black Sea resorts or the Romanian Riviera stretch along the Black Sea coast from the Danube Delta at the northern end down to the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast in the south, along 275 kilometers of coastline. The most important resort is Mamaia, situated north of the city of Constanța on a narrow land slice that separates the Black Sea and Lake Siutghiol. Mamaia is a popular destination in the summer for Romanians and foreign tourists alike as a result of major investments in tourist infrastructure. Other important resorts have names from Roman and Greek mythology, such as Eforie Nord, Neptun, Venus, Saturn, Jupiter and Olimp.
  15. 15. THE CASINO FROM CONSTANTA
  16. 16. This was a short story about Romania! THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION

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