The land area is 91,699 square miles (237,500 square kilometers).
The Carpathian Mountains cover about one-third of the country; they surround the Transylvanian Plateau and divide it from the other two main regions: Moldavia in the northeast and Walachia in the south.
Then some friendly person can offer their seat to you. After my first visit in Scandinavia I got the firm impression that if the alcohol wasn't invented, those people would be inherently incapable of communicating properly and intimately with each other.
It is ridiculous and lunatic behaviour, unhealthy and unnatural.
Other then that the usual a woman is expected to be a lady no cursing , excellent hygiene , don't for love of God drink more then us and so on . Haha, I'll tell you Romanian men will appreciate an American woman as long as you have good ancestry and are not a typical sex and the city feminist.
We're proud of having a beautiful lady on our arm and if reminded we'll pull out quite few tricks to be able to get out girl a nice present . You must also be kind willing, smart and respect our country In Sweden or Finland, if you take a bus or train, no one will talk to you.
We go ballistic over cheating and by ballistic I mean "run for your dear life" ballistic .
The Carpathian Mountains wind across the heart of the country, their snow-capped peaks hiding thousands of tall evergreen pines, the eternal sentinels of the land.
Romania is the land of myth and legend, made beautiful by its rolling hills, verdant plains and foreboding mountain peaks, and refined by its rich culture and history.
Besides being the only Latin country of the fractured Balkans, Romania has also managed to survive the collapse of the Eastern Bloc, and, following the fall of the ruling communist regime, has succeeded in reinventing what it means to be Romanian.
The name "Romania," which was first used when the three regions of the country were united in 1859, reflects the influence of ancient Rome on the nation's language and culture.
The three regions—Walachia, Moldavia, and Transylvania—are relatively culturally uniform.