Romania: all about this country and its main places!

latitude: 45.94204 / longitude: 25.1537

General information

Geography

Country territory measures 238,391 km², a postcode system is employed and the main cities are: București, Timișoara, Cluj-Napoca, Constanța, Iași. Bucharest serves as this nation's capital and the country shares a border with Bulgaria, Hungary, Moldova, Serbia, Ukraine. People from this country speak these languages: Romanian.

Education

You can find famous universities here like Babe?-Bolyai University, Polytechnic University of Bucharest, University of Bucharest, Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy, West University of Timi?oara. On average citizens spend 14 years in school (including higher education).

Population

Around 19,760,000 people live in this country, or 0.26% of all people on earth.

Economy

In 2021 the GDP was $284,087,563,695 USD, which ranks it number 45 in the world. In this country, a Big Mac is sold at 11.00lei (that corresponds to $2.28 USD). The local currency (RON) is represented by the symbol lei.

Culture

There are UNESCO listed sites in this country: Danube Delta, Villages with Fortified Churches in Transylvania, Monastery of Horezu, Churches of Moldavia, Historic Centre of Sighi?oara. Interesting food you need to try here: Mămăligă, Sarmale, Mici.

Good to know

The domain name ".ro" is used by the country's websites, the ISO code is RO, phone numbers start with +40 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romania is a good place to find out more details on this country.

Summary

Flag
ISO code RO
Capital Bucharest
Population 19,760,000
World percentage 0.26%
Main cities
Borders
Spoken languages Romanian
GDP (2021) $284,087,563,695
GDP position #45
Big Mac local price 11.00lei
Big Mac USD price $2.28
Currency code RON
Currency symbol lei
School life expectancy 14 years
National dish Mămăligă, Sarmale, Mici
TLD .ro
Phone prefix +40
Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romania

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