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but it is very crowded during summer. The stop is in front of the main exit of the Railway Station, after the traffic light, on the side with the park. You can also take the special bus which takes you to Mamaia and has regular stops around the city and resort, it is a double-decker bus and you can find it as you exit the train station in the bus station. (4 RON one-way ~ €1). You can also get to Mamaia by taking the 40 or 100 buses (3,5RON 2 trips ~ €0,8), but those two buses will leave you

because people will climb your bike to take pictures on it. The paid parking places are marked with a white P on a blue background. The unpaid parking lots are on the sides of the main boulevard. Cinemas * *


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Category:Pontic Greeks Category:Ancient Greek cities Category:Port cities and towns in Romania Category:Port cities of the Black Sea Category:Populated places established in the 1st millennium BC Category:Place names of Greek origin in Romania Category:World Digital Library related Important cities along the coast include Batumi, Burgas, Constanța, Giresun, Hopa, Istanbul, Kerch, Kherson, Mangalia, Năvodari, Novorossiysk, Odessa


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). Though buses are slightly slower than the train, they are clean and comfortable and the newest ones have free Wi-Fi, which the train does not. There are also several daily buses leaving from Constanţa to Istanbul from the Railway Station (when you exit the train station turn left and walk 200m). The duration is less than 12 hours including time spent crossing borders and the prices for 2011 are RON 200 (€48) a return ticket, including 1 night accommodation in Istanbul. Likewise


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in Tomis. thumb 150px right Interior of Great Mosque (File:Interior of Great Mosque.jpg) *'''The Great Mosque''', a stone's throw from Ovidiu Square, was the first public building made of concrete in Romania (1910), a gift from King Carol I to the local Muslim community. The Mosque is built in Moorish style in honor of Sultan Mohamed II. It hosts a carpet brought ​​in 1965 from the island of Ada Kaleh, a Sultan Abdul Hamid (1876-1909) donation, work of the famous Herek handicraft center in Turkey


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-6PM (during winter). * Wikipedia:Constanța Commons:Category:Constanţa


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'' (a sort of thin pancake used as a substitute for bread by Turks), very good and not that expensive (around 7 lei for a small one and 10 lei for a big one). *'''International fast-food''' **McDonald's (Tomis Mall: ground floor, 3rd floor, Delfinariu Area, City Park Mall: Park Level) **KFC (Tomis Mall: 3rd floor; TOM; City Park Mall: Park Level) **Pizza Hut (Str. Rascoalei; TOM; City Park Mall: Lake Level) **Spring Time (TOM) * '''Acropolis''', Str. General Manu, Nr. 1; Tel. - +40 742-692-234

; * '''Adris''', Str. Lct. Economu, Nr. 30; Tel. - +40 241-550-611; * '''Albatros''', Str. Traian, Nr. 52; Tel. - +40 241-615-717; * '''Amarilis''', Str. I.C. Brătianu; Tel. - +40 241-511-185; Fax - +40 241-692-679; * '''Ambient''', B-dul Mamaia, Nr. 191; Tel. - +40 241-614-401; * '''Aristocrat''', B-dul Tomis, Nr. 279; Tel. - +40 241-692-021; * '''Aspendos''', B-dul Tomis, Nr. 48; Tel. - +40 241-617-612; * '''Astoria''', P-ţa Ovidiu, Nr. 5; Tel. - +40 241-611-285; * '''Au Coq Simpa''', Str. Ştefan

. Mid-range * '''Adris''', Str. Lct. Economu, Nr. 30; Tel. - +40 241-550-611; Fax - +40 241-550-611 * '''Amarilis''', B-dul I.C. Brătianu; Tel. - +40 241-511-185; Fax - +40 241-692-679 * '''Capri''', Str. Mircea cel Bătrân, Nr. 109; Tel. - +40 241-553-090; Fax - +40 241-553-090 * '''Cora''', B-dul Mamaia, Nr. 201; Tel. - +40 241-555-575; Fax - +40 241-613-179 * '''Guci''', Str. Răscoalei din 1907, Nr. 23; Tel. - +40 241-695-500; Fax - +40 241-638-426 * '''Intim''', Str. N. Titulescu, Nr. 7-9


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and Telecommunication High School ** George Călinescu High School ** Ovidius High School ** Decebal High School (Decebal High School (Constanţa)) ** Traian High School ** Computer Science International High School ** "Nicolae Rotaru" Sports High School ** Orthodox Theological Seminary ** National College of Arts "Queen Marie" * International Schools


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instruments, documents and photographs, fire arms, propellers, lighthouses lenses, flags, paintings, exhibits of great scientific value and documentary. Open hours: 9AM-5PM (during summer); 10AM-6PM (during winter). thumb upright The Genoese Lighthouse (File:Farul Genovez, Constanta.jpg) *'''The Sea's Museum''' with the Genovese Lighthouse, behind the statue of Eminescu, on the sea front. Although built between 1858-1860, on the rock of the southeast corner of the Tomitane Peninsula, by an English company, the Lighthouse is called "Genovese Lighthouse" in memory of another time Lighthouse merchants having a white light, last time running being in 1913, and a few years later, in 1948, was restored for the last time and gave to the tourist circuit. *'''The ''Ion Jalea'' Sculpture Museum''', Arhiepiscopiei Street, 26. Ion Jalea Museum is arranged in a building built in the interwar period by architect C. Pariano in Brancoveanu style. Museum shows more than 120 donated works in bronze and plaster by artist Ion Jalea to his hometown. * Wikipedia:Constanța Commons:Category:Constanţa


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pavements in the world. In 1878, after the Romanian War of Independence, Constanța and the rest of Northern Dobruja were ceded by the Ottoman Empire to Romania. The city became Romania's main seaport and transit point for much of Romania's exports. On October 22, 1916 (during World War I), the Central Powers (German, Turkish and Bulgarian troops) occupied Constanța. According to the Treaty of Bucharest (Treaty of Bucharest, 1918) in May 1918, article 10.b (a treaty

. After Bucharest, the capital city, Romania has a number of major cities that are roughly equal in size: Constanța, Iași, Cluj-Napoca and Timișoara (Timişoara). The metropolitan area of Constanța (Constanţa metropolitan area) has a permanent population of 387,593 inhabitants, i.e. 61% of the total population of the county, and a minimum average of 120,000 per day, tourists or seasonal workers, transient people during the high tourist season

. class "wikitable" - ! Ethnicity ! 1853 Robert Stănciugel and Liliana Monica Bălașa, ''Dobrogea în Secolele VII-XIX. Evoluție istorică'', Bucharest, 2005; pg. 202 ! 1896 Lucian Boia, History and Myth in Romanian Consciousness, Central European University Press, 2001, p. 182 ! 1912 Ioan N Roman, ''La population de la Dobrogea d'après le recensement du 1er janvier 1913'' in ''La Dobrogea Roumaine'', Bucharest, 1919 ref>


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instruments, documents and photographs, fire arms, propellers, lighthouses lenses, flags, paintings, exhibits of great scientific value and documentary. Open hours: 9AM-5PM (during summer); 10AM-6PM (during winter). thumb upright The Genoese Lighthouse (File:Farul Genovez, Constanta.jpg) *'''The Sea's Museum''' with the Genovese Lighthouse, behind the statue of Eminescu, on the sea front. Although built between 1858-1860, on the rock of the southeast corner of the Tomitane Peninsula

Constanța

'''Constanța''' ( ), is the oldest still-populated city in Romania. It was founded around 600 BC. The city is located in the Dobruja region of Romania, on the Black Sea coast. It is the capital of Constanța County (Constanţa County) and the largest city in the region.

Constanța is the fifth most populous city in Romania. The Constanța metropolitan area (Constanţa metropolitan area) includes 14 localities within of the city, and, with 425,916 inhabitants, it is the second largest metropolitan area in Romania (Metropolitan areas in Romania).

The Port of Constanța (Port of Constanţa) has an area of

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