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Music and traditional dress are part of the Romanian life Six Hundred Thousand Years of History
Signs of human life are to be found in the Carpathian mountains since around 600.000 BC. Although there had been Greek colonies on the Black Sea coast since the 6th century BC, the first centralised kingdom was of a Thracian people called the Dacians.
This Dacian civilisation reached its heyday under Decebalus, in the first century AD, but he was finally defeated by the Emperor Trajan's Roman legions in 106. Roman colonisation and intermarriage followed and the resulting population became Christian. In 271 the Legions withdrew and 1,000 years of sporadic invasion ensued, followed by several centuries of Turkish and Russian aggression. The Daco-Roman civilisation and Romania's Latin inheritance survived.
The Rise of the Principalities
"Romanians" were first mentioned in documents in the 1160s, soon after which Wallachia and Moldavia emerged as principalities. A succession ...
Romania is a South-Eastern country of Europe, with a population of almost 23,000,000 and an area of 237,500 square kilometers.
An area of 500,000ha including all previous designations was declared a biosphere reserve under National Decree No. 983 with supporting Articles 5, and 6 on 27 August 1990. Further legislation is under preparation. This area was further enlarged in early 1991 to cover 547,000ha and was also declared a national biosphere reserve.
While other nations were spreading their hands across the sky of existentialism from the highest peaks , Romanians were drowning in a handful of dust , because we warmly embraced democracy . And democracy consists of choosing your dictators after they have told you what they think you want to hear .
Many movies have been known to be better than the novel they have been inspired from but this is not the case of Frank Coppola’s film: Dracula. Although Coppola is a great director his film is inspired by Bram Stoker’s novel that has no historic truth. Personally I think that both movie and book are awful.
The book, written and published in 1897, speaks about the great Count Dracula, the vampire. It is said that he lived in Transylvania, a land of horror and fear, where he used to feed with blood from innocent people, thus transforming them into vampires. Actually Transylvania is a part of modern day Romania and it is not dominated by fear and terror. The book also speaks of Dracula’s Castle on the Borgo Pass, but it doesn’t exist. These things could be explained by the fact that Stoker had never been to Romania. It is believed that Count Dracula was actually Prince Vlad the fifth of Wallachia, also known as Vlad the Impaler. He was a cruel leader who used to impale his enemies ...
Legends like that of Count Dracula or the real history of Romania are testimonies of such an exciting past. Such a heritage is to be found in the high-roofed wooden churches of Transylvania. Admire the 16th century artistic treasures of the Bucovina monasteries, or listen spellbound to George Enescu's "Romanian Rhapsody" with brilliantly inspired from folklore themes. The most decisive influence on this country's development was that of ancient Rome.
You have the opportunity to visit a foreign country for two weeks. Which country would you like to visit? Use specific reasons and details to explain your choice.
If I were to choose between the many tourist destination in the world, I would definitely choose France.One of the most visited countries in the world, France has everything I could ever want to see on my holidays.
On the one hand, my dream is to visit the city of lights, Paris and although it is considered to be very expensive , it is the best place to have a romantic holiday with someone loved.
Nicolas de F. finds it interesting and cool because through it he can understand many films and songs. "You need English to travel around the world - it's a language almost everybody understands - so it's easier to communicate with people from different cultures", says Daniela K. . According to Aldebaran D., "you must speak English if you want a good job especially if you want to work with computers".
A rubber processing firm Artego S.A.
A machinery and equipment manufacturing- Grimex S.A. and Minfo S.A.Tudor Vladimirescu College” Tg-jiu,29 Unirii Streat.It is one of the biggest colleges of Oltenia.The Gorj Country had a lot of history person:Ecaterina Teodoroiu (she fought in the first world war)
Tudor Vladimirescu(he was born in 1780,he lead the revolt for freedom in 1821)
Two of the best artist ho born in Gorj Country are Constantin Brâncuş and Iosif Keber (ho was a famous church painter).Gorj Country is very “rich” in monastery:
I INTRODUCTION United Nations (UN), international organization of countries created to promote world peace and cooperation. The UN was founded after World War II ended in 1945. Its mission is to maintain world peace, develop good relations between countries, promote cooperation in solving the world’s problems, and encourage respect for human rights.
The UN is an alliance of countries that agree to cooperate with one another. It brings together countries that are rich and poor, large and small, and have different social and political systems. Member nations pledge to settle their disputes peacefully, to refrain from using force or the threat of force against other countries, and to refuse help to any country that opposes UN actions.
UN membership is open to any country willing to further the UN mission and abide by its rules. Each country, no matter how large or small, has an equal voice and vote. Each country is also expected to pay dues to support the UN. As of ...
Britain was in quite a unique position. At that time, it was the only country in the world that had all the right ingredients in place for industrial growth to take off. Firstly and most importantly, there was a rising population. Between 1751 and 1851, the population of Britain had more than doubled. This created a demand for goods, which in turn stimulated growth and provided a labour force. Population growth was not unique to Britain at that time, but it was the country in the best position to meet its demands.
The name �Argentina� comes from the latin �argentum� which means silver. The origin of the name goes back to the voyages made by the first Spanish conquistadors (conquerors) to the Rio de la Plata (Silver River). The shipwrecked survivors of the expedition mounted by Juan Diaz de Solis discovered indians in the region who presented them with silver objects. The news about the legendary Sierra del Plata, a mountain rich in silver, reached Spain around 1524. From this date the Portuguese named the river Solis, the Silver River. Two years later the Spanish used the same name. Since 1860 the official name of the country has been the Republica Argentina (Republic of Argentina).
After they started those big projects, Romania owed billion of dollars to the west countries, so the Party took some severity measures for their nation. In 1980 they started to ration food, oil, and energy and started to export all the goods, to cover the Romanian’s debt.
Greenpeace is a non-profit organisation, with a presence in 40 countries across Europe, the Americas, Asia and the Pacific. To maintain its independence, Greenpeace does not accept donations from governments or corporations but relies on contributions from individual supporters and foundation grants.
Scotland is one of the four countries which form The United Kingdom – England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
People from England are ‘English’, people from Wales are ‘Welsh’, people from Northern Ireland are ‘Northern Irish’, and those who live in Scotland are ‘Scottish’. But all the people who live in the United Kingdom are called “British”.
46 million people live in England, 5 million people live in Scotland, 2.8 million in Wales and 1.5 million in Northern Ireland.
All Welsh, Scottish and Irish people speak English, but some of them speak their own language their as well, Scottish Gaelic, Irish Gaelic and Welsh.
Scotland may be divided into three areas: the highlands in the north, the central lowlands, and the southern uplands.
Some of the most beautiful landscapes in Europe are in the Highlands. There you can also see a typical sight of the Highland valleys – the white buildings of whisky distilleries.
Edinburgh, the capital of ...
4 History of NCW. This concept was mentioned for the first time in 1998 in USA, like a new way of thinking on military operations in information age in warfare space.
5 Military advantages that result from "network centric warfare"
6 The key programs related to NCW that are identified in the DOD budget
In prima parte a referatului analizam scopul pe care le au unele structuri militare ca DOA, DRM; importanta pe care le au informatiile in armatele care folosesc RBR; conotatiile economice care le are departamentul resurselor de management; efectul unui management eficient a resurselor apararii.
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