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Power PointPresentationConstanta City
  • Made byLazar Cosmin Gabriel
  • Getting Along In Europe
  • Comenius Project2010-2012
constanta county
Constanta County
  • Constanta County is the most urbanized county in Romania, people living in cities are 506,458 inhabitants, the total population is 715,151 The cityis located in the far SE of Romania.
The Northisseparatedfrom Tulcea Countythrough a conventional line, whichmeandersbetweentheDanubeand Black SeaPlateau raid Casimcea and Razim (Zmeica and Sinoe lakes).
  • The South is bordered by the Bulgarian-Romanian state border crossing between Island South Dobrogea Plateau (west) and VamaVeche (east).
  • The West - Danube River divides the counties of Constanta county Calarasi, Ialomita and Braila, flowing along the high bank of Dobrogea
  • In the East - the area between Porta and mouth VamaVeche, Dobrogea Plateau, is bathed by the Black Sea.
population structure
Population structure
  • Total population: 756,053
  • Urban Population: 539,902
  • Rural Population: 216,151
  • Male: 368,576
  • Female: 387,477
  • Medium Density: 101.1 inhabitants / Km2
  • North of the village Adamclisi, in an area of forested hills, is the triumphal monument that is still standing remnants of the famous flying TropaeumTraiani. There was also the remains of the altar the ancient Roman building and friezes trophy with battlements .
VamaVeche (historical names: Ilanlâk, Ilanlâc, Turkish: Ilanlık) is a village in Romania on the Black Sea coast, near the border with Bulgaria, at 28.57 E longitude, 43.75 N latitude. It is part of the commune of Limanu and, in 2002, it had a population of 178.
  • It was founded in 1811 by a few Gagauz families, originally being named "Ilanlîk". Its current name literally means "Old customs point”. 
Even in Communist Romania, VamaVeche had the reputation of a non-mainstream tourist destination, which has only grown since the Romanian Revolution of 1989. During the communist era, concern for border patrol sight lines spared VamaVeche the development that occurred in other Romanian Black Sea resorts. It became a hangout for intellectuals; for reasons that are not exactly clear, the generally repressive regime of NicolaeCeauşescu chose to tolerate this countercultural oasis, as long as people had their identity papers with them. Accommodations consisted of tents or rooms rented from peasants or fishermen.While camping is theoretically not permitted, to this day, many visitors or semi-permanent residents still stay in tents on the beach.
Ancient Histria or Istros (Ιστριη, Thracian river god, Danube), was a Greek colony or polis (πολις, city) on the Black Sea coast, established by Milesian settlers to trade with the native Getae. It became the first Greek town on the present day Romanian territory. Scymnus of Chios (ca 110 BC), the Greek geographer and poet, dated it to 630 BC. Eusebius of Caesarea, some centuries later, dated its founding to 657 – 656 BC, at the time of the 33rd Olympic Games. The earliest documented currency on Romanian territory was an 8-gram silver drachma, issued in Histria in the year 480 BC.
Archaeological evidence seems to confirm that all trade with the interior followed the foundation of Histria. Traders reached the interior via Histria and the Danube valley, demonstrated by finds of Attic black-figure pottery, coins, ornamental objects, an Ionianlebes and many fragments of amphoras. Amphoras have been found in great quantity at Histria, some imported but some local. Local pottery was produced following establishment of the colony and certainly before mid-6th century. During the archaic and classical periods, when Histria flourished, it was situated near fertile arable land. It served as a port of trade soon after its establishment, with fishing and agriculture as additional sources of income. By 100 AD, however, fishing was almost the sole remaining source of Istrian revenue.
  • Constanta (Greek Tομή Tomi Tomi Constantiana Latin, Кюстенджа Bulgarian, Turkish Köstence) is a municipality located on the Black Sea coast in the south-eastern Romania, Dobrogea historical region, of the county bearing the same name and largest city development of South-East region. Cluj Napoca Constanta city with the highest standard of living in România.Conform census of 2002, Constance was around 310,471 locuitori.
  • Around town there is a major metropolitan area that makes Constanta second country after Bucharest metropolitan area. With an area representing 70% of the county of Constanta, the 2121.39 km ² and 446,595 inhabitants, Constanta metropolitan area outside the city meet 13 other cities: Agigea, Corby, Cumpăna, Eforie, Light, Mihail Kogalniceanu, Murfatlar Navodari, Ovid, White Gate, Techirghiol and Tuzla Valu lui Traian.
Constanta was founded after the Greek colonization of the Black Sea (Pontos Greek Euxeinos) by settlers milezieni VII-V centuries BC under the name of Tomis. This name is probably derived from the Greek word τομή (Tomi) meaning cut, cleft. According to legend, Jason and his Argonauts would have stopped here after stolen in the Caucasus to steal the Golden Fleece. " Track King Colhidei fleet, Aietes, would be cut to pieces his son, until then held hostage on board, to compel the king to seek and collect debris in the funeral ceremony and thus the time needed to run Argonauts Bosphorus
  • According to the 2002 census, the city had 310,471 inhabitants. In 2009, Constance was the fifth city in Romania where the number of inhabitants, with 302,040 inhabitants, being surpassed by Bucharest, Iasi, Timisoara and Cluj-Napoca. Data about the population of Timisoara, Cluj-Napoca, Iasi and Constanta also change, so it is impossible to say which city holds the No. 2 reality the number of inhabitants up to the 2011 census. In summer the population grows rapidly with the number of tourists. Today, the percentage of Romanians (of which approximately 10% are Aromanian) amounts to 92.2% of Constanta
  • Constanta is a center of industry, trade and tourism of national importance. In the first half of 2008 in Constanta and neighboring villages were set up 3144 new companies, placing the county ranked third nationally by 12,845 units in Bucharest and Cluj county business 4091. Here is Romania's largest port and the fourth in Europe, where operating shipyard, one of the largest by number of vessels built and repaired.
  • Tomis port fits in urban architecture of Constanta, representing an extension of the cliff and makes a pass balanced Casino beach town. Access to the port city is very easy and can be achieved with both auto and pedestrian ways. In close vicinity there are lots of sights that enhance their attractiveness: the statue of the poet Ovid Ovid Square, Museum of Archaeology, with remains of ancient Roman mosaic of ancient Tomis, Aquarium, Lighthouse Genovese, Casino.
  • Dolphinarium Constanta began operations on 1 June 1972 Dolphinarium is the first national public museum as well as the first of its kind and the South-Eastern Europe at that time.
tomis port aquarium
Tomis Port Aquarium
  • Constanta Aquarium opened on May 1, 1958 and has since witnessed a complex scientific activity dedicated to the human need to be closer to nature. Located in Constanta Casino, Aquarium invites you into the wonderful underwater world. Here you can admire the aquatic fauna consists of local and exotic fish, both freshwater and saltwater. Also you can see the aquarium di Constanta freshwater invertebrate species. You can see here, species of fish from the Black Sea coastal lakes of the Danube Delta, Black Sea, the tropical and subtropical areas. Here is an important collection of sturgeon, with all species that live in the Black Sea. Representative are large fish (1.5 - 2 m) which live in captivity for over 15 years. All the aquarium you can admire interesting species of the black sea coast (fox sea catfish, sea horses, fish, dragon, scorpion fish) and migratory species in the Mediterranean
archaeology museum
Archaeology Museum
  • Museum of Archaeology in the city on the Black Sea, Constanta, was established since 1879, when the first prefect of the county, arranged in even RemusOpreanu prefecture headquarters, a modest collection of antiquities. It was founded as, besides an important cultural institution and a research core of museology.
the black sea coast
The Black Sea coast

Ranged Cape Midia and VamaVeche, the Romanian Black Sea coast, also called Romanian Riviera, stretches over a length of 245 km. Throughout the European Road E87 was strung the 15 resorts that offer guests more than 250,000 beds. This is the preferred holiday destination for Romanians. The most important resort is Mamaia, situated north of Constanta, on a strip of land separating the Black Sea to Lake Siutghiol. Mamaia is a popular summer destination for Romanian and foreign tourists, as a result of major investment programs.

  • Mamaia is the most famous resort on the Romanian seaside. Located north of Constanta, between the Black Sea and Lake Siutghiol seaside resort is the largest accommodation capacity. Mamaia is a resort with a very dynamic development tourists. It has palm trees, Aqua Magic, fountains, gondola lift, double-decker bus .
One of the main attractions of the resort is AquaMagic water park is a place of entertainment for tourists. Aqua Magic is located at the entrance of the resort and is targeted to tourists of all ages, with a capacity of 2,500 guests. With an area of 4000 square meters of water amusement park includes slides, pools and ponds. In this park there are restaurants, bars, fast foods, confectioneries, as well as souvenirs and pictures. Tourists can opt for a beach lounge chairs and swimming in the pool. Aqua Magic is illuminated so you can organize performances, or other parties nocturnal visitors having fun manageable both day and night. For the first time here to build an outdoor dance floor, lighting and sound effects as well as water games that work depending on the pace and intensity of the music.
Mamaia gondola opened in 2004 is an installation of lifts, which allows tourists to break the height of the resort offers an unforgettable image of Mamaia, Black Sea and Lake Siutghiol. This is a unique achievement in Romania and one of the few projects of its kind in the world.
Cable Railway Project, with a carrying capacity of 600-1500 persons per hour, is a means to address tourists like to watch the height of Mamaia, tourists being able to embark on two stations, the first hotel in the Pearl, and the second in the Casino area.
  • It said very small number of villas and private accommodation which does not exist in the rest of Romanian seaside resorts are well represented
  • Cernavoda (in antiquity: Axiopolis (Greek: Ἀξιούπολις), Turkish: Boğazköy) is a town in the west of the county of Constanta, Dobrogea, Romania. It has a population of 18,915 inhabitants. It is at a distance of 59 km from Constanta. The settlement has a privileged position by being located on the right bank of the Old Danube, the point of contact with the Danube. It is considered to be a transport hub of national interest, taking into consideration the lines of road, rail and river passing through Cernavoda. The city has a port on the Danube and is located near the nuclear plant in Cernavoda, the only center of this type (CANDU) in Romania. It is believed that [elusive forms] the city was rebuilt Wallachia legendary Black Prince, so his name could come from CERN (cernîi) Slavonic meaning black. Another version is that the name comes from the Slavonic having meaning black water. This can be correlated with neighborhood names Carasu River, which has the same meaning in Turkish black water.