%), 18 Aromanians (0.05%), 7 Germans (Germans of Romania) (0.02%), 72 others (0.22%), 60 of undeclared ethnicity (0.18%). Tourist attractions thumb 200px left Callatis Artifacts (File:CallatisMangalia.JPG) thumb 200px right Esmahan Sultan Mosque (File:Mangalia Mosque1020578.jpg) The city has been well known in recent years as the place where one of the largest summer festivals in Romania takes place: Callatis Festival. The Scythian tomb discovered in 1959 where
resort is Gura Portiţei. Schedule Every year the Callatis Festival has a few themed nights. There is Europa Top Hit night, where all the major Romanian music stars gather, the folk music night, the Miss Diaspora night, where Romanian (Romanian people) girls living in foreign countries compete with each other in a beauty contest. August 15 is the Dormition of the Theotokos in the Orthodox (Romanian Orthodox Church) church; in Romania it is also related to Sailors' Day
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and includes a graveyard with 300-year old tombstones. Wikipedia:Mangalia Commons:Category:Mangalia
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Journal of Nautical Archaeology, http: www.google.com search?um 1&q Callatis++colony+Heraclea&sa N&tab pw Its first silver coinage was minted approximately 350 BC. In 72 BC, Callatis was conquered by the Roman general Lucullus and was assigned to the Roman province of Moesia Inferior. Throughout the 2nd century AD, the city built defensive fortifications and the minting of coinage under the Roman emperors Septimius Severus and Caracalla continued. Callatis
County (Counties of Romania) subdivision_name1 Constanța County subdivision_type2 Status (Subdivisions of Romania) subdivision_name2 settlement_type Municipality leader_title Mayor leader_name Cristian Radu leader_party Independent (Independent (politician)) area_total_km2 62.26 population_as_of 2011
date February 2, 2012 accessdate March 8, 2012 publisher INSSE (National Institute of Statistics (Romania)) language Romanian population_total , ancient
'''Callatis''' ( ), other historical names '''Pangalia''', '''Panglicara''', '''Tomisovara'''), is a city and a port on the coast of the Black Sea in the south-east of Constanța County, Romania. The municipality of Mangalia also administers several summer time seaside resorts: Cap Aurora, Jupiter (Jupiter, Romania), Neptun (Neptun, Romania), Olimp (Olimp, Romania), Saturn, Romania Saturn
During winter, the skiing resorts along the Valea Prahovei and Poiana Brașov are popular with foreign visitors. thumb Poiana Brașov (File:Poiana Brasov.jpg) will host the 2013 European Youth Winter Olympic Festival In Romania, the word ''Băile'' implies a spa town. The most famous spa towns in Romania are Băile Herculane, Băile Felix, Mangalia, Covasna, Călimănești & Borsec. The territory of the Romanian region '''Dobrogea''' is now organised as the counties of Constanţa (Constanţa County) and Tulcea (Tulcea County), with a combined area of 15,500 km² and a population of slightly less than a million. Its main cities are Constanţa, Tulcea, Medgidia and Mangalia. Dobrogea is represented by dolphins in the coat of arms of Romania. The Bulgarian region of '''Dobrudzha''' is divided between the administrative regions of Dobrich (Dobrich (region)) and Silistra (Silistra (region)). This part has a total area of 7,565 km², with a combined population of some 350,000 people, the main towns being Dobrich and Silistra (regional seats). In 1368, after the death of Demetrius, he was recognised as ruler by Pangalia (Mangalia) and other cities on the right bank of the Danube. In 1369, together with Vladislav I of Wallachia, Dobrotitsa Dobrotici helped Prince Stratsimir (Ivan Stratsimir of Bulgaria) to win back the throne of Vidin (Tsardom of Vidin). The southern portion, held by Bulgaria, was reduced the same year by the Treaty of Berlin (Treaty of Berlin (1878)). At the advice of the French envoy, a strip of land extended inland from the port of Mangalia (shown orange on the map) was ceded to Romania, since its southeastern corner contained a compact area of ethnic Romanians. The town of Silistra, located at the areas most southeastern point, remained Bulgarian due to its large Bulgarian population. Romania subsequently tried to occupy the town as well, but in 1879 a new international commission allowed Romania only to occupy the fort ''Arab Tabia'', which overlooked Silistra, but not the town itself. Major cities are Constanţa, Tulcea, Medgidia and Mangalia in Romania, and Dobrich and Silistra in Bulgaria. * Sibiu - 3 trains daily * Oradea, Huedin, Arad (Arad, Romania), Satu Mare, Constanţa, Mangalia, Suceava, Iaşi - 2 trains daily * Craiova and Sighetu Marmaţiei - 1 train daily * Illichivsk, Ukraine * Mangalia, Romania * Midia, Năvodari, Romania thumb 350px Front page of ''Jos Despotizmul!..'' ("Down with Despotism (File:JosDespotizmul1905 - MagIstIan1975.jpeg)!!!"), a special issue of '' România Muncitoare'', entirely dedicated to criticism of the Imperial Russian authorities (February 1905) He ultimately settled in Romania (1904
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'''Mangalia''' ( ), other historical names '''Pangalia''', '''Panglicara''', '''Tomisovara'''), is a city and a port on the coast of the Black Sea in the south-east of Constanța County, Romania.
The municipality of Mangalia also administers several summer time seaside resorts: Cap Aurora, Jupiter (Jupiter, Romania), Neptun (Neptun, Romania), Olimp (Olimp, Romania), Saturn (Saturn, Romania), Venus (Venus, Romania).