Craiova

What is Craiova known for?


vampires'

of Amărăştii de Sus, people drive a fire-hardened stake through the heart or belly of the dead as a ''"preventative"''. Hungarian Baptists have maintained their independence


writing quot

Interbelic period , the city, situated in an area eminently agricultural, was moving forward with too small steps toward the industrial way, in comparison with other urban areas of the country. The number of those who got close to industry was extremely small. In 1939, in Craiova were only 7 industrial units with over 100 workers: The cloth factory "Oltenia", "Scrisul Romanesc" ("The Romanian Writing"), the macaroni factory "Concordia", the bread


title line

.260, 264. ISBN 978-84-8319-418-8 coordinates line Bucharest-Constanța Bucharest-Craiova Bucharest-Ploiești Bucharest-Pitești Bucharest-Ruse (Ruse, Bulgaria) M1 Line (Bucharest Metro) M4 Line (Bucharest Metro) (M4 Line) other location_country location Craiova, Romania


starting work

Gardens and starting work with Bulandra. Rebengiuc was at the time in a relationship with Anca Vereşti, whom he married in 1960, divorcing her five years later. Moldavian and Wallachian history The term Qaim Maqam has a specific meaning in Moldavian and Wallachian history, where it refers to a temporary replacement for a Hospodar ("prince"), in and after Phanariote rule, as well


vampires

of Amărăştii de Sus, people drive a fire-hardened stake through the heart or belly of the dead as a ''"preventative"''. Hungarian Baptists have maintained their independence


physical light

of which he included in his book “With God in Solitary Confinement,” which was first published in 1969. During part of this time, he communicated with other inmates by tapping out Morse code on the wall. In this way he continued to "be sunlight" to fellow inmates rather than dwell on the lack of physical light. Voice of the Martyrs,Extreme Devotion, Thomas Nelson, Inc., 2002, p.296 The system used in the Kingdom of Hungary by the Habsburgs was much like the one


sculptures including

Gotereau. Its main attraction is the art gallery dedicated to Constantin Brâncuși, exhibiting six of his early sculptures (including variants of his best-known works): ''The Kiss'' (1907), ''Vitellius'' (1898), ''Woman Torso'' (1909), ''The Vainglory'' (1905), ''Boy's Head'' (1906), ''Miss Pogany'' (1902).It also has a variety of paintings by leading Romanian masters such as;Theodor Aman, Nicolae Grigorescu, Vasile Popescu, Stefan Luchian, and Theodor Pallady plus some Romanian icons. * '''Museum of Oltenia''' – founded in 1915 and divided into three sections: ethnography, history and natural science. The collection is based on donations made in 1908. * '''Nicolae Romanescu Park''' (formerly Bibescu Park) – the largest and most well-known park in Craiova. Through the initiative of Nicolae P. Romanescu, the mayor of Craiova at that time, the park was designed by French architect Émile Rendont. Plans for the park were awarded the gold medal at the 1900 World Fair (Exposition Universelle (1900)); work began in 1901 and was completed in 1903. * '''Botanical Garden (Botanical Garden of Craiova)''' – The garden was laid out by the botanist Alexandru Buia and was opened in 1952. The main purpose of the garden was to facilitate the students' activities and research for the academic staff of the Agriculture and Horticulture Faculties of the University of Craiova. The Botanical Garden is organized in six areas: plant systematics, floral provinces of the globe, cultivated plants, seed beds, phyto-geography of the Oltenia region, and a greenhouse. * '''Jiu Meadow''' Education thumb 200x200px Carol I National College (File:Colegiul Carol, Craiova 2011 02.JPG) The first school in Craiova was founded in 1759 by Constantin Obedeanu. In the spring of 1826 Obedeanu's school took the name ''Școala Naţională de Limba Română'' which means ''National School of Romanian Language''. This was the second Romanian high school after ''Saint Sava'' high school in Bucharest (founded in 1818). '''High schools''' * Henri Coanda High School * Carol I High School (former Nicolae Bălcescu High School). * Fratii Buzesti High School (Frații Buzești National College) * Elena Cuza National College (Colegiul National Elena Cuza) * Stefan Odobleja Computer Science High School * Traian Vuia High School * Nicolae Titulescu High School * Stefan Velovan High School * "Constantin Brâncuși" Technical College of Arts and Handicrafts '''Universities:''' * University of Craiova * University of Medicine and Pharmacy (University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Craiova) Sport The first football teams in Craiova appeared in 1921, Craiovan Craiova and Rovine Griviţa Craiova. They merged in 1940, forming FC Universitatea Craiova. They became the first Romanian football team to reach the semi-finals of a European tournament, during the UEFA Cup in 1982-83 (1982-83 UEFA Cup). *FC Universitatea Craiova – football (Football (soccer)) team relegated (Promotion and relegation) to Liga II at the end of the 2010-2011 season wikipedia:Craiova Commons:Category:Craiova


bucharest

is the chief commercial city west of Bucharest and the most important city of Oltenia. The city prospered as a regional trading centre despite an earthquake in 1790, a plague in 1795, and a Turkish (Ottoman Empire) assault in 1802 during which it was burned. Eight villages are administered by the city: Făcăi, Mofleni, Popoveni, Șimnicu de Jos, Cernele, Cernelele de Sus, Izvoru Rece and Rovine. The last four were a separate commune called ''Cernele'' until 1996, when they were merged

declined due to economic pressures and increased centralism (Centralized government), partly leading to an increase in ''hajduk'' actions, in parallel with protests of Craiovan boyars. In 1761, under Prince Constantine Mavrocordatos, the ''bans'' relocated to Bucharest, leaving behind ''kaymakams'' to represent them in Craiova. Under Prince Emanuel Giani Ruset, Wallachia's seat was moved to Craiova (1770–1771), viewed as a place of refuge during the Russo-Turkish War, 1768

-1774 Russo-Turkish War of 1768–1774 . A large part of the city was burned down by the rebel pasha Osman Pazvantoğlu in 1800. During the Wallachian uprising of 1821, inhabitants of the present-day Dolj County joined Tudor Vladimirescu's Pandurs (Vladimirescu's Pandurs) in great numbers, contributing to the expedition on Bucharest. During the first two decades of the 19th century, Craiova witnessed economic prosperity, centered on handicraft trades and public services


medical field

% in trade and repair services, 10% in transport and storage, 8% in education, 5.7% in the medical field. -- thumb left 200px A city bus in Craiova running on route 6 (File:Craiova BMC bus 1.jpg) Public transportation in Craiova started in September 1948 with only 2 buses, received from Bucharest. The buses


military tradition

military tradition. Deletant, p.37 He was especially close to his mother, Liţa Baranga, who survived his death. Deletant, pp.70, 257 His father, an army officer, wanted Ion to follow in his footsteps, and as such, he sent him to attend the Infantry and Cavalry School in Craiova. According to one account, Ion Antonescu was briefly a classmate of Wilhelm Filderman, the future History of the Jews in Romania Romanian

Craiova

'''Craiova''' ( ), Romania's 6th largest city (Cities in Romania) and capital of Dolj County, is situated near the east bank of the river Jiu (Jiu River) in central Oltenia. It is a longstanding political center, and is located at approximately equal distances from the Southern Carpathians (north) and the River Danube (Danube) (south). Craiova is the chief commercial city west of Bucharest and the most important city of Oltenia. The city prospered as a regional trading centre despite an earthquake in 1790, a plague in 1795, and a Turkish (Ottoman Empire) assault in 1802 during which it was burned.

Eight villages are administered by the city: Făcăi, Mofleni, Popoveni, Șimnicu de Jos, Cernele, Cernelele de Sus, Izvoru Rece and Rovine. The last four were a separate commune called ''Cernele'' until 1996, when they were merged into the city.

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