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Romania

  1. 1. Many animals live in Romania , but native animals are PINE MARTENS, POLECATS BUSTARDS CHAMOIS
  2. 2. Many Romanian names come from the Greek calender such as Maria and Lon.
  3. 3.  Michael the great, Carlos I, Carlos II, and Queen Marie where all great rulers of Romania, but Nicolae Ceausescu was not because he got to greedy.
  4. 4.  Romanians are known for their gymnasts but the most popular sport there is football(soccer). Famous athletes include Ilie Nastase, Gheorghe Muresan, and Nadia Comaneci.
  5. 5.  “Dracula” was actually Vlad Tepes III nicknamed “Dracul a cruel Romanian prince who liked to fight and his “castle” was not even his. Only 3 parts of his legend are true his name , Transylvania the wooden stakes. Bram Strock never even visited Romania he just heard about the prince 400 years later. Real dracula
  6. 6.  Romania loves soups to eat ,ciorba de pui and ciorba de burta are popular soups there. The also eat regular food like salad and meat. One traditional dish is on Christmas day when a family eat a whole pig from the head to the tail.
  7. 7.  Romanian traditional clothes look like this:  They also wear regular clothes:
  8. 8.  In Romania there are three major regions:  Transylvania: has beautiful Carpathian mountains for tourists and it also provides salt and gas.  Moldavia: region is mostly made up of plateaus and valleys it also provides glass.  Walachia: a great place to grow crops it also has lots of marshes and river made up by melted glaciers.
  9. 9.  21.413 million people live in Romania  238391 square miles in Romania  Bucharest is their capital city  There money is called the Romanian Lea  Has the highest success rate of organ transplant in Europe  89th largest country

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