Romania is located along the curves of the Transylvanian Alps of the scenic Carpathian Mountains. In the Southern and Eastern side of the mountains, the land drops down to plains that form large areas of fertile farmland. The Southern area is called Walachia and the region the east is called the Moldovia. Vacation resorts have grown up along the sandy beaches of Romania’s Black Sea coast. Inland, the marshes of the Danube delta form a major habitat for many birds and fish.
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The Romanian Athenaeum (Ateneul...More