0786402571&id Aueo3mOrIKIC&pg PA38&lpg PA38&ots PFzGZNPZXt&dq %22Bela+Lugosi%22+CATHOLIC&sig y0MXm3vsaiq-PqF0p8odUBBA5Bo isbn 0786402571 At the age of 12, Lugosi dropped out of school. He began his acting career probably in 1901 or 1902. His earliest known performances are from provincial theaters in the 1903–1904 season, playing small roles in several plays and operettas. Arthur Lennig, ''The Immortal Count'', University Press of Kentucky, 2003, p. 21. ISBN 978-0813122731. He went on to Shakespeare (William Shakespeare) plays and other major roles. Moving to Budapest in 1911, he played dozens of roles with the National Theater of Hungary in the period 1913–1919. Although Lugosi would later claim that he "became the leading actor of Hungary's Royal National Theater", almost all his roles there were small or supporting parts. Arthur Lennig, ''The Immortal Count'', University Press of Kentucky, 2003, pp. 25–26, 28–29. ISBN 978-0813122731. Geography strongly defines Central Europe's borders with its neighbouring regions to the North and South, namely Northern Europe (or Scandinavia) across the Baltic Sea, the Apennine peninsula (or Italy) across the Alps and the Balkan peninsula across the Soča-Krka-Sava-Danube line. The borders to Western Europe and Eastern Europe are geographically less defined and for this reason the cultural and historical boundaries migrate more easily West-East than South-North. The Rhine river which runs South-North through Western Germany is an exception. thumb right Carpathian mountains Carpathian (Image:Mapcarpat2.png) countries (north to south): AT (Austria), CZ (Czech Republic), PL (Poland), SK (Slovakia), HU (Hungary), UA (Ukraine), RO (Romania), SRB (Serbia) Geographically speaking, the Carpathian mountains divide the European Plain into two sections: the Central Europe's Pannonian Plain in the west,
to a big corporation. Hitchhiking is typically not dangerous (the highly aggressive, fast and disorderly driving style of Romanians may be more of a danger), but take usual precautions when using this conveyance. Inside city limits, it is not advisable to hitchhike using the traditional thumb-up hand signal, as many drivers may believe you are flagging a taxi or a route-taxi (mini-bus), and not stop. Use a destination paper instead. It is customary to leave some money for the ride (so called 'gas money', about 1-2 lei 10km), but if you are a foreigner you will not be expected to leave money and nobody will get upset. Note that most truck drivers and company car drivers will refuse payment altogether. Furthermore, if you tell the driver where you want to get in a city, he or she will make a detour just to drop you off where it best suits you. Say "Mulţumesc"( Mooltsoomesck ) (thank you) at the end. Note that most Romanians are very talkative, and even if their English French German whatever is extremely rusty, many will more likely than not tell you their entire life story, discuss the entire football season and or talk politics (usually starting from discussing the poor state of roads even while on a freshly repaired road). In the end, however, hitchhiking is a mostly enjoyable experience, and, if lucky, you may even get yourself invited for lunch or dinner, offered a room for a night, or just meet some very interesting people along the way. Talk
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of Săpânţa, Maramureş county, Romania. It is famous for its colourful tombstones with naïve (Naïve art) paintings describing, in an original and poetic manner, the persons that are buried there as well as scenes from their lives. The Merry Cemetery became an open-air museum and a national tourist attraction. Election results in November 28 (November 28): Romania presidential (Romanian presidential election, 2004) 28 (November 28): Romania legislative (Romanian legislative election, 2004) * Five record labels sue Sharman Networks, the owner of peer-to-peer file-sharing system Kazaa, for facilitating copyright violations in an Australian court. (The Times) (Financial Times) (Wired) * Romania's ruling Social Democratic Party (Social Democratic Party of Romania) claims victory in the country's legislative election (Romanian legislative election, 2004), and the simultaneous presidential election (Romanian presidential election, 2004) goes to a second round with Prime Minister Adrian Năstase leading. * President of Chile Ricardo Lagos proposes special lifetime pensions (approx. €150 a month) for 28,000 survivors of the Pinochet (Augusto Pinochet) regime (military dictatorship)'s torture camps. (SwissInfo) (Reuters Alertnet) (Washington Post) * More than 300 persons have died in flooding and landslides in Quezon Province, in the northern Philippines. Illegal logging is blamed. (Reuters Alertnet)(ABS-CBN) (SwissInfo) (ABC News) * Traian Băsescu, the leader of the Romanian opposition alliance Justice and Truth, demands a re-run of the 2004 legislative elections (Romanian legislative election, 2004), claiming that 160,000 void ballots were awarded to Adrian Năstase and his Social Democratic Party (Social Democratic Party of Romania). (BBC) (Guardian) * Portuguese (Portugal) President Jorge Sampaio dissolves the parliament after Prime minister Pedro Santana Lopes fails to present a plan to solve cabinet instability. The elections are expected to be scheduled to February 2005. (CNN) (BBC) The '''Church of Saint Michael''' is a Gothic-style (Gothic architecture) Roman Catholic (Romanian Roman Catholic Church) church in Cluj-Napoca. It is the second largest church (after the Black Church of Brasov) in Transylvania, Romania. The nave is 50 meters long and 24 meters wide, the apse is 20×10 m. The tower with its height of 76 meter (80 meter including the cross) is the highest one in Transylvania. The western portal is decorated with the three coats of arms (Coat of arms) of Sigismund (Sigismund, Holy Roman Emperor) as King of Hungary, as King of the Czech Kingdom and as Holy Roman Emperor. * In Taiwan (Republic of China), rallies are held in support of candidates in elections (Republic of China legislative election, 2004) to the Legislative Yuan. Party sources estimate that separate rallies held in Taipei by the Kuomintang and Taiwan Solidarity Union drew around 100,000 each. (VOA) (TaipeiTimes) *A referendum in Hungary to grant citizenship to ethnic Hungarians living in other countries appears to have failed due to insufficient turnout. The proposal has angered the governments of countries with significant Hungarian populations, particularly Romania. The Prime Minister of Hungary, Ferenc Gyurcsány, opposed the referendum. (Reuters) *2004 United States election voting controversies: The '''Mayor of Bucharest''' (''Primarul General al Municipiului Bucureşti'' in Romanian (Romanian language)), sometimes known as the '''General Mayor''', is the head of the Bucharest City Hall in Bucharest, Romania, which is responsible for city-wide affairs, such as the water system, the transport system and the main boulevards. The title of General Mayor is sometimes used to distinguish the office from that of the sectorial mayors that lead each of Bucharest's six administrative sectors (sectors of Bucharest), and which are responsible for local area affairs, such as secondary streets, parks, schools and cleaning services. All decisions of the mayor have to be approved by the 55-seat General Council of Bucharest. '''Constantin Argetoianu''' (1871–February 6, 1952) was a Romanian politician, one of the best-known personalities of interwar (Interwar period) Greater Romania, who served as the Prime Minister (List of Prime Ministers of Romania) between September 28 and November 23, 1939. His memoirs, ''Memorii. Pentru cei de mâine. Amintiri din vremea celor de ieri'' ("Memoirs. For those of tomorrow. Recollections of yesterday's world")—a cross section of Romanian society, were made known for the sharp critique of several major figures in Romanian politics (using a sarcastic tone which had made his previous political speeches notorious). Otu; Slabey Roucek, p.76 B GU015 (Global Underground 015): Darren Emerson - Uruguay is set in Montevideo even though it was released as Uruguay. C GU026 (Global Underground 026): James Lavelle - Romania is set in Bucharest even though it was released as Romania. 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to Israel from Poland and Romania. Her paternal grandfather, whose parents died at Auschwitz (Auschwitz concentration camp), was an economics professor in Israel, and her Romanian-born great-grandmother was a spy for British Intelligence during World War II.
'''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)".