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România

Română România

România este un stat situat în Europa. Se învecinează cu Ucraina şi Republica Moldova în nord şi est, Ungaria şi Serbia la vest şi Bulgaria la sud. În sud-est, România are o porţiune de coastă care îi oferă acces la Marea Neagră. Capitala şi cel mai mare oraş este Bucureşti. România este membru al NATO din 2004 şi, din 1 ianuarie 2007, a Uniunii Europene.

Magyar Románia

Románia európai ország, fővárosa Bukarest. Északkeletről Ukrajna és Moldova határolja, nyugatról Magyarország és Szerbia, délről Bulgária, míg keleten a Fekete-tengerrel határos. Az ország 2007. január 1. óta az Európai Unió tagja.

English Romania - Romania

Romania is a country in Europe. Romania borders ► Hungary and ► Serbia (with ► Vojvodina) to the west, ► Ukraine and ► Moldova to the northeast, and ► Bulgaria to the south. Romania has a stretch of sea coast along the Black Sea, and the eastern and southern Carpathian mountains run through its center.

In other languages - German: Rumänien ist eine Republik in Europa, die 850 km von der Pannonischen Tiefebene bis zum Schwarzen Meer reicht. Der Name Romania war im Latein der Spätantike eine verbreitete Kurzbezeichnung für das Römische Reich. Rumänien grenzt an der Republik Moldau, Ukraine, Ungarn, Serbien und Bulgarien. Die Haupstadt ist Bukarest. Rumänien ist EU- und NATO-Mitglied.

- Romani: Rumuniya si ek them andi Europa. Si somdasno (membro) ando OTNA le 2004to bershestar vi ando Europikano Ekipen katar 1 Yanuara 2007to bersheste.
- French: la Roumanie est un État situé en Europe, membre de l’Union Européenne et de l'OTAN. Possédant un héritage latin, ce pays est entouré par des pays slaves comme la Bulgarie, la Serbie ou l’Ukraine et par la Hongrie. Il est bordé par la mer Noire au sud-est. Au nord-est, un petit pays également à majorité roumanophone, la République de Moldavie, ne fait plus partie de la Roumanie depuis 1944. La Roumanie, qui est le 7e pays le plus peuplé de l’Union européenne et le 9e par sa superficie, est aussi un pays stratégique pour l'Union européenne, vues ses relations étroites avec les pays de la mer Noire.
- Polish: la Rumunia kraj w południowo-wschodniej części Europy. Graniczy z Węgrami i Serbią na zachodzie, Bułgarią na południu wzdłuż Dunaju, oraz Ukrainą i Mołdawią na północy. Kraj ma także dostęp do Morza Czarnego. Bukareszt jest stolicą i największym miastem Rumunii. Od 29 marca 2004 roku Rumunia jest członkiem NATO, a od 1 stycznia 2007 także Unii Europejskiej. Po przyjęciu do organizacji, Rumunia stała się siódmym według liczby ludności krajem wspólnoty.


Short name  Romania
Official  name Romania
Status United independent country since 1877, recognized 1878 , member of the ► European Union since 2007
Location Central Europe
Capital Bucureşti (Bucharest)
Population 22,303,552 inhabitants
Area 238,391 km²
Major  languages Romanian (official), Hungarian (main minority language)
Major  religions Romanian Orthodoxy
More information Romania, Geography of Romania, History of Romania and Politics of Romania
More  images Romania - Romania (Category).

General maps

Un-romania.png Romania
Ro-map.png Map of Romania
Ro-map.jpg Map of Romania in Romanian
Ro-terkep.png Same map in Hungarian
Romania-relief.png Relief map of Romania
Physical map of Romania.jpg Physical map
ROMANIA Fizic.jpg Physical map
Walachische Tiefebene.png The Walachian Plain
Ro-hydro-net.jpg Rivers map
Romania-topo.png Topographic map
Romania-drumuri.svg Romanian roads
Romania-cfr.svg Romanian railway system
MapRegionsRomania.png Historical regions
Greater Romania.svg Historical regions with counties
Romania historic regions.svg Historical regions within the present borders of Romania

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