Saturday, September 1, 2012

The geographical position of Romania

Republic of Romania has a favorable geographical position, which makes the country a "corridor" to transport Caspian oil to Western Europe. Geographical position of the country offers many opportunities for the development of industry, and, of course, tourism.
Advantages of geographical position of Romania is the presence of large navigable rivers and harbors and related transportation arteries. This is the Danube - Black Sea, European highways.
Romania is located in the south-eastern part of Central Europe, in the basin of the Lower Danube. Country has an area of ​​about 240 thousand square meters. km. The total length of 2733 km borders of Romania. To the east, the country is washed by the Black Sea. In the north and north-east by the Republic of Moldova, in the north-west - with Hungary, in the south-east - with Yugoslavia, in the south - with Bulgaria to the north and east - Ukraine.
The central and northern parts of the country are occupied by mountains. This is the Eastern and Southern Carpathians and the Transylvanian plateau. To the west are the Western Romanian mountains, in the south - Nizhnedunayskaya Plain, south-east - Dobrogea plateau, east of the river Siret - Moldovan hills.
The country's main river - the Danube and its tributaries Jiu, Olt, Siret, Prut.

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