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The Romanian Statistical Yearbook Romanian: The first yearbook appeared in A third edition, covering the yearswas begun in but did not appear untildue to Statistix War I. The edition was notable for incorporating data from the census and the election.
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The yearbook contained detailed information about agriculture, particularly in regard to the surface area devoted to fruit trees, the state of zootechnics and the number of tractors. The yearbook was the final one before the communist regime resumed their publication after a year gap.
The next yearbook was published in and covered the years Its authors noted that older data were adapted to current methodology, and that they were recalculated statitsic the current national territory, which was smaller than that of Greater Romania.
For the remainder of the regime’s existence, which came to an end with the Romanian Revolution ofyearbooks continued to appear annually. During the s, the yearbook returned to a length of pages. Beginning inin the interests of transparency, relevance and credibility, the yearbook featured indicators previously hidden from romaniwi view.
Examples include the use of sratistic resources, gross domestic product, national wealth, energy, housing and income, spending and consumption of the populace.
The authors focused on aligning with international standards as well as including correct and comprehensive data for users of statistical information. The yearbook includes the most recent data available in order to draw a picture of the economic situation statisti of the main economic indicators’ evolution over the preceding few years.
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The yearbook contained detai It borders the Black Sea to the southeast, Bulgaria to the south, Ukraine to the north, Hungary to the west, Serbia to the southwest, and Moldova to the east.
It has a predominantly temperate-continental climate. The Carpathian Mountains, which cross Romania from the north to the southwest, include Moldoveanu Peak, at an a This is the list of longest rivers of Romania which entirely or partially flow through Romania. For the full list in alphabetical order, see List of rivers of Romania alphabetic. Longest rivers of Romania Major rivers of Romania Hydrographical map of Romania The length and drainage area represent only the part of the river within Romania.
It is located in the southeastern part of Bihor County, near the border with Alba County, in Romania. It is 1, meters high and the tallest mountain in the Western Romanian Carpathians. Schil or Schiel; Latin: Rabon is a river in southern Romania. It flows southward through the Romanian counties Hunedoara, Gorj and Dolj before flowing into the Danube a few kilometers upstream from the Bulgarian city of Oryahovo, kilometers from its sources.
Towns and cities The following towns are situated along the river Jiu, from source to mouth: Border checkpoint between Romania and Austria-Hungary on the Jiu gorge cca. Kokul or Kokulu is a river in Romania. References Romanian Statistical Yearbook, p. It is located south of the main ridge, at the base of Peleaga Peak, and at an altitude of about 2, m. It is the largest glacier lake in Romania, having an area of oversquare metres.
It is m in length, m in width on average, and m maximum width, for a perimeter of 1, m. The maximum depth is A total of 41 counties Romanian: They represent the country’s NUTS-3 Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics — Level 3 statistical subdivisions within the European Union and each of them serves as the local level of government within its borders. Most counties are named after a major river, while some are named after notable cities within them, such as the county seat.
For most of the time since modern Romania was formed inthe administrative division system has been similar to the French departments one. The current format has largely been in Towns and villages The following towns and villages are situated along the river Prahova, from source to mouth: The National Institute of Statistics in Bucharest in The National Institute of Statistics Romanian: The institute is also responsible for conducting Romania’s census every ten years, with the latest census being organised in The organisation, one o The Bucegi Mountains Romanian: They are part of the Southern Carpathians group of the Carpathian Mountains.
At a higher elevation is the Bucegi Plateau, where wind and rain have turned the rocks into spectacular figures such as the Sphinx and Babele. The Bucegi is believed to be the Dacian holy mountain Kogainon, on which the God Zalmoxis resided in a cave.
Archaic version of the name “Bucegi” is “Buceci”, name still used today by elders in the mountains, and about which linguists say i The Moldova River is a river in Romania, in the historical region of Moldavia. It is a right tributary of the river Siret. The origin of the name of the river is disputed see Etymology of Moldova.
Towns and villages The following towns and villages are situated along the river Moldova, from source to mouth: Tributaries The following rivers are tributaries to the river Moldova: The Vedea Romanian pronunciation: Tributaries The following rivers are tributaries of the Vedea: According to the American Community Survey,Americans indicated Romanian as their first ancestry.
Letters written in and by Benjamin Franklin attest to the fact that the two had met and had carried on discussions conc Serbia Near Jankov Most, the Begej b Romania’s administration is relatively centralized and administrative subdivisions are therefore fairly simplified. According to the Constitution of Romania, its territory is organized administratively into communes, towns and counties: Below communal or town level, there are no further formal administrative subdivisions.
However, communes are divided into villages which have no administration of their own. There are 12, villages in Romania. The only exception is Bucharest, which has six sectors, each with an administration of its own.
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Historic Divisions of Wallachia, Divisions of Moldavia, late 17th-early 19th centuries Divisions Kis-Szamos is a river in north-western Romania Cluj County.
The island spans 98 hectares and it is a protected reserve, hosting an important nesting area for shelducks. Fauna Popina Island constitutes an important resting place for migratory birds and the nesting place for shelduck Tadorna tadorna.
In spring, one can find here swamp and forest birds like: Geology Geologically speaking, Popina Island consists of Triassic limestones which crop out over the island.
Some parts are covered by loess. Romanian passport is an international travel document issued to nationals of Romania, and may also serve as proof of Romanian citizenship. Besides enabling the bearer to travel internationally and serving as indication of Romanian citizenship, the passport facilitates the process anuuarul securing assistance statisgic Romanian consular officials abroad or other European Union member states in case a Romanian consular anuaurl absent, if needed.
According to the Henley Visa Restrictions Index, Romanian citizens can visit countries without a visa roomaniei with a visa granted on arrival. Romanian citizens can live and work in any country within the EU as a result of the right of free movement and residence granted in Article 21 of the EU Treaty. The passport, along with the national identity card allows for free rights of movement annuarul residence in any of the states of the European Union, European Economic Area and Switzerland History Cold-War Romani Tatros is a romwniei in eastern Romania, a right tributary of the river Siret.
The dam is located a few kilometers north of the town of Bicaz. The dam was built between and and is used to generate hydroelectricity at the Bicaz-Stejaru hydro-plant. It has a height of meters, a abuarul of meters, and a maximum width of meters. In the s and s there was regular ferry service between the Bicaz port and the villages on the lake shore.
At Potoci, a few kilometers north of the town of Bicaz, there is a biological research facility, equipped with a small submersible used Somesch or Samoschlocated in northwestern Romania, is a left tributary of the Tisza in Hungary.
It is the most prominent peak in Romania 2, mits parent mountain being Gerlach 2, m in Anyarul.
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It initially flows northwards, but takes a sudden turn towards the south-east near the town. General map of Romania.
With an area ofsquare kilometers, Romania is the twelfth-largest country in Europe. Located in Southeastern Europe, bordering on the Black Sea, the country is halfway between the equator and the North Pole and equidistant from the westernmost part of Europe—the Atlantic Coast—and the most easterly—the Ural Mountains.
Romania has 3, kilometers of border. Republic of Moldova and Ukraine lie to the east, Bulgaria lies to the south, and Serbia and Hungary to the west.
In the southeast, kilometers of sea coastline provide an important outlet to the Black Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. History Traditionally Romania is divided into several historic regions that no longer perform any administrative function: Dobruja is the easternmost region, extending nauarul the northward course of the Danube to the shores of the Black Sea.
Moldavia stretches from the Eastern Car It flows into the Siret near Suraia. Bucharest was first mentioned in documents in It became anuuarul capital of Romania in and is the centre of Romanian media, culture, and art.
Its architecture is a mix of historical neo-classicalinterbellum Bauhaus and art decocommunist-era and modern.