Dromomania to Romania
Romania is home a the Caparthian Mountains. This range is 600 miles long, are in the shape of an arc, and has different terrains including glacial and volcanic.
The Danube Delta is also located in Romania. The 1864 mile long river splits into three branches in southern Romania and is home to many rare species of plants and animals.
How to Fit In
Romanians society is family focused where most of the population is members of the Orthodox Church. Romanians take pride in there past and have deep respect for their ancestors.
Digging Deeper into the Romanian Culture
The landscapes are also "divided" into two ares. Transylvania and Banat (mid-west) and Maramure and Bucovina (north.)
The biggest piece of evidence cultural diffusion was after World War II. Before WWII, most of the Jews that lived in Romania lived in northern Moldova and Bucharest. After WWII, most of the Romanian Jews migrated to Israel.
A major cultural change that has occurred is their escape from communism. After 22 years of being a communist country (1947-89), they are now unitary semi-presidential republic.