Romania (in Romanian: România) is a country is Southeastern Europe. It borders Moldova and Ukraine to the Northeast, Hungary and Serbia - to the west, and Bulgaria - to the South.
Official language: Romania
Currency: Romanian Leu (RON)
EU citizens can enter and reside in Romania for up to 3 months with a valid ID /ID or passport/. EU, EEA and Switzerland nationals wishing to stay in Romania for more than 3 months must obtain a registration certificate from the territorial division of the Directorate-General for Immigration.
Advantages of life in Romania:
A characteristic culture and identity
Friendly local citizens
Beautiful nature and picturesque routes
Big cities are becoming increasingly cosmopolitan
Many opportunities to work in international companies
Relatively low cost for food
Interesting facts about Romania:
Romania’s capital, Bucharest, is the sixth largest city in the European Union and is famous as the Paris of the East.
The name “Romania” comes from the word "Romanus", which means "citizens of the Roman empire".
Romania’s flag is composed of three colors - red, yellow and blue. It is believed that the red color symbolizes the blood of those, who fought for the country, the yellow – the color of the wheat, which feeds the people, and the blue – the sky above Romania.
In 1889, the Romanian city of Timisoara became the first European city with street lamps. Also, the first horse-drawn trams in Europe appeared in Timisoara in 1869.
The tallest wooden church in the world and the second tallest wooden structure in Europe is located in Sapanta Peri, northwestern Romania.
Romanians honor the victims who died for Bulgaria's freedom. In the town of Constanta there is a monument of the heroes from the Pleven epic, on which it is written „Plevna”.
The scientist who discovered the insulin is the Romanian psychologist Nicolae Paulescu.
Romanian inventor Henry Coanda designs and builds the world's first jet-propelled aircraft known as Coanda - 1910. That's why the Bucharest International Airport bears his name.
The building of the Romanian Parliament in Bucharest is the second largest building in the world, after the Pentagon in the United States.
Apart from Bulgaria, martenitsi are also being made in Romania. However, Romanian men do not wear martenitsi - this is a privilege only for women.
The narrowest street in the world is in Brasov. Sfori Street is approximately 1.20 m wide and was originally used by firefighters.
The port of Constanta is the second largest port in Europe.
The highest peak in Romania is Moldovianu - 2544 meters.
The first automatic pen was invented by Petrache Poenaru, born in Craiova in 1799-1875, and was patented in May 1827
Romania has the biggest gold resources in the world;
Romania is one of the largest wine producers in Europe, with vineyard areas reaching 243,000 hectares and annual wine production from 500 to 600 million liters.
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