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  2. Romania - Wikipedia

    Romania is a developing country with a high-income economy, ranking 53rd in the Human Development Index. It has the world's 47th largest economy by nominal GDP. Romania experienced rapid economic growth in the early 2000s; its economy is now based predominantly on services.

  3. Romania | History, Map, & Facts | Britannica

    Romania, country of southeastern Europe. The national capital is Bucharest. Romania was occupied by Soviet troops in 1944 and became a satellite of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.) in 1948. The country was under communist rule from 1948 until 1989, when the regime of Romanian leader Nicolae Ceaușescu was overthrown.

  4. Romania Maps & Facts - World Atlas

    Romania is a European nation occupying an area of 238,397 sq. km. As can be observed on the physical map of Romania, the country's landscape is almost evenly divided among mountains, hills, and plains. As for mountains, the medium-sized Carpathians extend through the center of the country in a wide arc, and they are the source of several rivers.

  5. History of Romania - Wikipedia

    Romania declared its independence from the Ottoman Empire after the Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878), in which the Ottomans fought against the Russian empire. In the 1878 Treaty of Berlin, Romania was officially recognized as an independent state by the Great Powers.

  6. Romania is the biggest country in southeast Europe by population. It has an area of 238,391 square kilometres (92,043 sq mi). It is the twelfth-largest country in Europe. Most of Romania's border with Serbia and Bulgaria is made by the Danube. The Danube joins the Prut River. The Prut River makes the Moldovan–Romanian border.

  7. Romania - The World Factbook - Central Intelligence Agency

    Romania became a member of NATO in 2004 Romania hosts a NATO multinational divisional headquarters (Multinational Division Southeast; became operational in 2017) and a French-led ground force battlegroup as part of NATO's tailored forward presence in the southeastern part of the Alliance; NATO reinforced the battlegroup with additional troops ...

  8. Romania travel - Lonely Planet | Europe

    Romania travel - Lonely Planet | Europe Getty Images/iStockphoto Europe Romania Rugged stone churches and dazzling monasteries dot a pristine landscape of rocky mountains and rolling hills. Transylvanian towns have stepped out of time, while vibrant Bucharest is all energy. Nature & Wildlife

  9. România - Wikipediaânia

    În prezent Armata Română trece printr-un proces de restructurare în trei stagii. Primul stagiu va fi completat în 2007. Anul 2015 va marca sfârșitul celui de-al doilea stagiu, când forțele armate vor fi reduse la 80.000 de oameni. Întregul proces este estimat să fie completat în 2025.

  10. Romania - Daily life and social customs | Britannica

    Greater Romania. New lands and peoples; From democracy to dictatorship; Shifts in society and economy; World War II; Communist Romania. The seizure of power; Imposition of the Soviet model; National communism; Collapse of communism. The revolution of 1989; New constitution

  11. Romania - United States Department of State

    In Romania, major U.S. firms operate in the energy, manufacturing, information technology and telecommunications, services, and consumer products sectors. Top Romanian exports to the United States include machinery, vehicle parts, steel and metallic items, and fertilizers.