. The city is 25 km away from Suceava, the capital of the county. It administers two villages, Şoldăneşti and Ţarna Mare. Basketball career Mureșan was born in the countryside of Romania, in Tritenii de Jos, Cluj County, and played competitive basketball at Cluj University (CS Universitatea Mobitelco Cluj-Napoca). He played professionally in the French league (Ligue Nationale de Basketball) with Pau-Orthez (Élan Béarnais Pau-Orthez) during the 1992–93 season
of Medicine and Pharmacy Faculty of Medicine in Bucharest and became a physician, practising as a military doctor in many cities of Romania, including Bucharest, Dej, Drobeta Turnu-Severin, Lugoj and Târgovişte. Despite a poverty stricken and, in some ways, a difficult life, he managed to remain productive. His completed works run to over 50,000 pages. Omega’s 16th. Hungarian studio release is 2006’s ''Égi jel: Omega'' ("Divine Sign: Omega"
League title ten times in a row. The year became even more successful following early rounds of the UEFA Cup. In the first round, the club defeated Dinamo Bucureşti (FC Dinamo Bucureşti) in two heartstopping matches. After a 1-0 winning home game, N.E.C drew 0-0 in Romania to reach the group-stage of the UEFA Cup. The club from Nijmegen was then drawn against larger European clubs Tottenham Hotspur (Tottenham Hotspur F.C.), Udinese (Udinese Calcio), FC Spartak Moscow Spartak Moscow
, or SPOD) and Kuwait Naval Base (KNB). It is divided into 7 zones. '''Ştefan Kovács''' ( ; 2 October 1920 – 12 May 1995) was a Romanian football (association football) player and coach. By winning 15 major titles he is one of the most successful association football coaches in the history of the game. Kovács will be foremost remembered for his outstanding successes with Ajax Amsterdam (AFC Ajax) in the early 1970s. World War II After the outbreak
of Romanian Scouts") is the primary national Scouting organization of Romania. Founded in 1914, it became a member of the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM) in 1993. The world's first commercial oil well was drilled in Poland in 1853, and the second in nearby Romania in 1857. At around the same time the world's first, but small, oil refineries were opened at Jasło, in Poland, with a larger one being opened at Ploiești, in Romania, shortly after. Romania is the first country in the world to have its crude oil output officially recorded in international statistics, namely 275 tonnes. The History Of Romanian Oil Industry PBS: World Events By the end of the 19th century the Russian Empire, particularly in Azerbaijan, had taken the lead in production.
;Voroneț blue". "The exterior walls — including a representation of the Last Judgment on the west wall — were painted in 1547 with a background of vivid cerulean blue. This blue is so vibrant that art historians refer to Voroneț blue the same way they do Titian red." Erik Sandberg-Diment, "Artistic Route Through Romania", ''The New
March 2011 The nuclear physics facility of the European Union's proposed Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) (Extreme Light Infrastructure) laser will be built in Romania. In early 2012, Romania launched its first satellite (Goliat) from the Centre Spatial Guyanais in French Guyana.<
prepared the manuscript for printing and commissioned the engravers in Nuremberg. The sample of the work, ''Prodromus'', was published in 1700 and the large work was expected by 1704. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in November 1691.
'''Romania''' ( and has a temperate (temperate climate)-continental climate. With its 20.1 million inhabitants, it is the seventh most populous (List of European Union member states by population) member of the European Union. Its capital and largest city, Bucharest, is the sixth largest city (Largest cities of the European Union by population within city limits) in the European Union.
Modern Romania emerged within the territories of the ancient Roman (Roman Empire) province of Dacia (Roman Dacia), and was formed in 1859 through a personal union (United Principalities) of the principalities of Moldavia and Wallachia. The new state, officially named ''Romania'' since 1866, gained independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1877. At the end of World War I, Transylvania, Bukovina and Bessarabia united with the sovereign Kingdom of Romania. At the end of World War II, territories which today roughly correspond to the Republic of Moldova (Moldova) were occupied by the Soviet Union, and a few years later Romania became a socialist republic and member of the Warsaw Pact. After the 1989 Revolution (Romanian Revolution), Romania began a transition back towards democracy and a capitalist market economy.
Following rapid economic growth in the 2000s, Romania has an economy predominantly based on services, and is a producer and net exporter of machines and electric energy, featuring companies like Automobile Dacia and OMV Petrom (Petrom). Living standards have improved, and currently, Romania is an upper-middle income country with a high Human Development Index. It has been a member of NATO since 2004, and part of the European Union since 2007. Around 90% of the population identify themselves as Eastern Orthodox Christians (Eastern Orthodox Church), and are native speakers of Romanian (Romanian language), a Romance language. With a rich cultural history (culture of Romania), Romania has been the home of influential artists (Art of Romania), musicians (Music of Romania), and inventors (Science and technology in Romania), and features a variety of tourist attractions (tourism in Romania) such as "Dracula's Castle (Bran Castle)".