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    Denumit în multe scrieri „Orașul de pe Milcov”, râul pe care voievodul Ștefan cel Mare a stabilit hotarul dintre Moldova și Țara Românească în anul 1482, localitatea a intrat în conștiința oamenilor drept „orașul Unirii”. Toponomia orașului Focșani se trage de la numele familiei Focșa...
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    - The Ceahlau Massif is one of the most notorious mountain ranges of Romania, often called "The Romanian Olympus", due to the many legends about these mountains. It is located in in Neamt County, in the Moldavia region. The two most important peaks are Toaca (1907 m altitude) and Ocolasul Mare...
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    Photos from Piatra Neamţ taken during my Holiday in Romania :) Enjoy:cheers:
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    http://dumitruagachi.wordpress.com/2009/03/14/ochi-pe-case-140309/
  5. Iași Metro Area
    Iaşi, 2 aprilie 2009 - La Palas vor începe lucrările de amenajare a celei mai mari grădini publice din estul României. Frumuseţea, dar mai ales designul inspirat de parcurile luxemburgheze fac din Royal Park o oază de verdeaţă şi relaxare în inima oraşului. Royal Park, dispus pe fostul...
  6. North–East Region
    BACĂU | Projects & Construction Bacău (in Romanian: /ba'kəw/) is the capital of Bacău county and it's the second largest city from the north-east region of Romania. It covers a land surface of 41km² and has an estimated population of 175,921 ( Metro area - 272,803). The city is situated...
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    Photos from Roman: :) Roman is a middle-sized city in the middle area of Moldavia, a region of Romania. It is located 46 km east of Piatra Neamţ, in the Neamţ County at the confluence of Siret and Moldova rivers. It is thought that the name was taken from Moldavian Voivode Roman I of...
  8. North–East Region
    Piatra-Neamt - A small TOWN in ROMANIA I - http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=425300 Rules: English + source only. If article/news is in Romanian, the header/main subject needs (as minimum) to be translated. Please stick to rules and do not "ask" to be banned :)
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    Bacău (in Romanian: /ba'kəw/) is the main city in Bacău County, Romania. It covers a land surface of 41km² and has an estimated population of 175.921 The city is situated in the historical region of Moldavia, at the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains, and on the Bistriţa River (which meets...
  10. Iași Metro Area
    Iaşi or Jassy, is a city and municipality in north-eastern Romania. The city was the capital of Moldavia from the 16th century until 1861 and of Romania (Romanian Kingdom) between 1916-1918 during World War I. The second largest Romanian city,[1] after Bucharest, Iaşi is the economic, cultural...
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    Galati is a medium-sized city in SE Romania, with a population of around 360.000. It has been historicaly an important trade location in the middle-ages, due to its position as a port at the Danube river. More, while we are going to look through the pictures. First, some images from 'above'...
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    Iasi ... "Frumosul tirg al Iesilor" ... (I.Creanga) „Sunt români care n-au fost niciodată la Iaşi, deşi n-ar trebui să fie nici unul, căci cine n-a fost aici nu poate să străbată cu înţelegere foile celor mai frumoase cronici, nu se poate pătrunde după cuviinţă de spiritul trecutului nostru...
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    Who are the Csángós, You might ask: A small endangered hungarian minority :ohno: , with a very rich culture, living in Moldavia. If You would like to know more about the Csángós, please visit their website: http://www.csango.hu/en/index2.html The trip goes through...
  15. North–East Region
    [/URL] Piatra-Neamţ lies in the Bistriţa River Valley, surrounded by mountains - Pietricica, Cozla, Cernegura, Bâtca Doamnei and Cârloman. The city has all the advantages offered by a kind and unique nature. The city is located 350 km north of the capital city of Bucharest, in the historical...
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    Iasi is the capital of moldova region in Romania and has a population of about 330.000. it was the capital of romania during the world war 2 for a short time .It is also one ef the biggest university center in Romania whith almost 70.000 students. It has a lot of historic buildings and a LOT of...
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