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Romania Coat of arms of Romania Anthem:Desteapta-te Romane!(Andrei Mureseanu) Capital:Bucharest E.U. accession: January, 1 st, 2007 Area:238,391 square km Local currency:Leu(RON)
Romania is a beautiful country, its worth visiting it, but of course you need to know something about this place. First, check this web site www.ambasade.ro. You can easily find your countrys embassy if you need it.www.ambasade.ro Then take a minute and look on www.turism.ro. This web site contains everything you want to know about tourism in Romania.www.turism.ro Here are some other useful web sites that may help you when coming to our country: Check this one: www.meteoromania.ro Its very useful. After visiting this web site you can decide between wearing a T-shirt or a raincoat.www.meteoromania.ro Choose which club you want to go www.nights.ro/clubs www.nights.ro/clubs Or pick a restaurant www.sapteseri.rowww.sapteseri.ro ENJOY YOUR STAY!
Its a shame to visit Romania and not to see: -The Peles Castle And Bran Castle -Medieval Towns such as Sibiu or Brasov -The Danube Delta -The Fagaras and Rasnov Fortresses In summer there are a lot of festivals such as: The Traditional Crafts Fair in June - Crafts enthusiasts from all over Romania gather at the Village Museum in Bucharest to offer free demonstrations of traditional woodcarving, rug weaving, textile weaving and embroidering, pottery molding, glass blowing, egg painting and more. Medieval Days in July -- Three-day celebration of medieval arts, crafts, music. Recreating the atmosphere of medieval Sighisoara using medieval arts, music, and crafts. Information you may need: Embassy of France - Tel: (021) 312 02 17, 312 02 18 - Address: Biserica Amzei nr. 13-15 sector 1, Bucharest Embassy of Poland - Tel: (021) 211.78.57 - Address: Sector 2, Str. Drobeta Nr. 4-10, Bucharest Hospitals: Filantropia Hospital, Bucharest Floreasca Emergency Hospital, Bucharest Military Hospital, Bucharest
Romania has a temperate-continental climate with 4 seasons. Summer is a warm season, which lasts from late May to mid September in the plains of the South and West. The absolute maximum temperature in Romania is 44.5 degrees Celsius, at Ion Sion, near Braila, on 10 August 1951. Often, strong summer storms occur with large amounts of rainfall.
The son of Baba Dochia, Dragobete, is celebrated on 24 th of February and its the Romanian for Valentines Day. Hes thought to be the protector of the animals and lovers. It is also believed that whoever celebrates this day will be kept away from illnesses, poorness and will have a high and plentiful year.
The first of December is the national day of Romania.In this day in 1918 Transilvania,Bucuvina and Basarabia united whit Little Romania forming Romania. Now we celibrate this day by singing the national anthon of Romania:Desteapte-te romane! and dreesing up in specific romanien costumes and dansing traditional dances. On the first of March we celebrate a specific Romanian holiday named Martisor.This day represents the first day of spring.On this day men will give a martisor to girls. It is traditionally made of a white and red string with a four leaf clover or a horse shoe or a heart - anything that brings luck.Girls will wear the martisor for about 2 weeks. Specific for this holiday is the snowdrop, considered to be the first flower of the year..
Christmas in Romania has retained all its religious and folk traditions. Red, black and white are the colors associated with the traditional Romanian folk costume. Black represents the winter night, which falls very early in December, red is for the finery of the children who go caroling through the streets on Christmas eve, and white is for the snow that blankets the country, sparkling under the stars for as far as the eye can see. The Christmas tree is decorated on Christmas Eve about 10 o'clock with walnuts, chestnuts, hazelnuts, candies, apples and chocolates wrapped in colored paper.Then the children set out through their neighborhood or village, caroling from house to house. As they go from door to door, the "colindatori" are given traditional treats in return: "covrigi" (large dry pretzels), doughnuts, candies, apples and money.