All about Romania
Arjun Gazulapalli, Romania
Introduction of Romania
Romania Regional Map
Most people in Romania live near either one of the major cities or rural.Large portions of the population lives in The country of Bucharest and Cluj Napoca because these cities have major airports and are large metropolitan cities.So mostly only people travel within and out of the country through airports.
The Carpathian Mountains extend for over 600 miles through Romania in the shape of and arch.They are separated into three ranges. The Eastern Carpathians,The Southern Carpathian and finally the Western Carpathian.Also there is the Danube river that flows through in parts of Romania towards the Black Sea.
Major cities map
The country of Bucharest with around 1.8 million people is located in the southeast corner of Romania.Also Cluj Napoca the second largest city with a population of around 325,000 people is located in the Northwest area of Romania.
Romania Regional Map
The temperature ranges from average low −5 °C (23 °F) in January to average high 29 °C (84.2 °F) in July and August, with average temperatures of −3 °C (26.6 °F) in January and 23 °C (73.4 °F) in July and August.
Goverment and Foreign policy.
My country has a republic as a government and the current President of Romania is Klaus Iohannis, who has served since 21 December 2014.Romania has a limited government since they elect there own president.Romania has similar rights to America such as freedom of religion and free press.Also Romania is about the same with other european countries with similar rights.Also citizens have to respect everyone and abide by laws.Romania is apart of the United Nations and is receiving around 7.1 million dollars on financial aid.Romania has embassies in other countries like Pakistan.
This magnificent creation was created in 1834.
Religion and Language
Social and Ethnic Groups
Food In Romania
One conclusion you can make is that orthodox christians fill up Romania.Other religions are scarce on the Map.
Population Density line Graph
This graph shows the population density going up and down through time.