Râmnicu Vâlcea

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strong presence

, the Chiprovtsi merchants would only visit Vidin, Pirot, Sofia and Vratsa. Later, however, they appeared at the markets in Istanbul, Thessaloniki, Bucharest, Odessa, Braşov, Sibiu, Belgrade, Buda and Pest (Pest, Hungary), with a particularly strong presence in Wallachia and Transylvania, where they established permanent agencies and sizable companies in Târgovişte, Câmpulung and Râmnic (Râmnicu Vâlcea) during the rule of Matei Basarab (1632–1654


literary criticism

; ; b. November 27, 1939, Râmnicu Vâlcea) is a Romanian literary critic (Literary criticism).


industry+sports

provide revenue for a strong luxury car industry. Sports Râmnicu Vâlcea is home to CS Oltchim Râmnicu Vâlcea is a women handball (team handball) club which competes in the Liga Naţională (Liga Naţională (Handbal Feminin)) and the Women's Champions League (EHF Women's Champions League). Villages The city administers thirteen villages: Aranghel, Căzăneşti, Copăcelu, Dealu Malului, Feţeni, Goranu, Lespezi, Poenari, Priba, Râureni, Săliştea, Stolniceni and Troian. Goranu, Feţeni


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main national

Mountains Făgăraş and Lotrului Mountains. The southern limit of Râmnicu Vâlcea is formed by the Getic Plateau and the Oltului Valley (Olt River). The Olt River crosses the town of Râmnicu Vâlcea as well as the E81 road of European interest and one of the main national railway routes. History thumb left A market in Râmnicu Vâlcea, 1869 watercolor by Amedeo Preziosi (File:Preziosi - Piaţă la Râmnicu Vâlcea.jpg) Image:DenkmalRV1.JPG thumb left 210px Romanian War of Independence


style combining

1848, ''Deşteaptă-te, române!'' (the national anthem of Romania), with lyrics written by Andrei Mureşanu and music composed by Anton Pann (whose memorial house lies in the center of the town), was sung for the first time in Râmnicu Vâlcea. Gheorghe Magheru gathered his military force in Râureni, now part of the city, in an attempt to face the anti-revolutionary forces of Imperial Russia and the Ottoman Empire. In the 1980s, the city was completely rebuilt in a style

combining Socialist realism with local vernacular architecture. The city was the center and peak point of the path of total darkness of the Solar eclipse of 11 August 1999. Politics The interim mayor of Râmnicu Vâlcea is Gigi Matei of the Social Democratic Party (Social Democratic Party (Romania)). The elected mayor, Emilian Frâncu, was sentenced to four years' imprisonment in March 2014 for corruption-related offenses.


live album

performance after which Pittiş announced the project was to be named Pasărea Colibri, as a reference to Baniciu's on and off collaboration with Transsylvania Phoenix. The four musicians started performing together and released their first album, '''În căutarea cuibului pierdut'' (Seeking The Lost Nest) in 1995. A live album containing no new work, as most of the songs the group performed were covers (Music cover) of Transsylvania Phoenix's old hits or Baniciu and Vintila's own compositions, it catapulted the group to superstardom in Romania making them widely popular as Pasărea Colibri. Florian Pittiş left the group in 2001 to focus on other personal projects, such as Radio3Net, and to work for football club Rapid Bucureşti of which he was longtime fan of. Folk songwriter Marius Baţu replaced him in the group and Pasărea Colibri released one more album before disbanding in 2003. Pittiş died in 2007. Venues The matches for Group A took place in the city of Râmnicu Vâlcea, while Group B and the Final Round were played at the Romanian capital city, Bucharest. '''Băile Govora''' (or just '''Govora''') is a Romanian spa town in Vâlcea County, about wikipedia:Râmnicu Vâlcea


offering

and high start-up costs (most startups were radio stations or newspapers). Thus, for the first three years, over the air, one would get one or two state channels and one or two local, amateurish private channels, broadcasting only a few hours a day. In this environment, cable TV companies appeared and thrived, providing 15-20 foreign channels for a very low price (at the time 2 USD or less), some with Romanian translation, offering high quality news, entertainment and especially

, and new cable networks offering "half off for twice the channels" and immediately wiring the building for any willing persons). However, this period soon ended, with consolidation around 1995-1996. Some large companies emerged: Kappa and RCS in Bucharest, Astral in Cluj (Cluj-Napoca), UPC in Timişoara, TourImex in Râmnicu Vâlcea. This consolidation came with gentlemen agreements over areas of control and pricing, with claims of monopoly abounding. This process of consolidation

and UPC-Astral having a stake in these companies. IPTV (over DSL) is also planned by Romtelecom through its TV service (Dolce), after offering Satellite digital DTH TV. However, IPTV will not be much of a competition, since the other two big ISPs are also the two biggest CATV providers. *Braşov - Sibiu - Arad (Arad, Romania) railway *Râmnicu Vâlcea - Sibiu railway *Târgu Jiu - Simeria railway Alexander Ypsilantis, accompanied by his brother Nicholas and a remnant


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and later by Constantin Brâncoveanu) and the nearby "''Dintr-un lemn''" Monastery (16th or 17th century; the legend of its origin was recorded by Paul of Aleppo). Origin and migration north of the Danube The Bulgarian Roman Catholic community in the north-western ore-mining town of Chiprovtsi and surrounding villages was possibly established in the Middle Ages by "Saxon" miners (Germans in Bulgaria),


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Râmnicu Vâlcea

'''Râmnicu Vâlcea''' (also spelled ''Rîmnicu Vîlcea'', ) (population: 92,573) is the capital city of Vâlcea County, Romania (in the historical province of Oltenia).

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