I was recently reading an article by Gisela Williams about Romania and this Romanian saying caught my attention. I have been once, in , to this country located at the intersection of Central and Southern Europe bordering the Black Sea. It still remains one of my most amazing trips even though the infrastructure was not nearly as good as it is now. It was not until that I got the chance to discover the wine from this country.
Romanian Food and Wine
Iași - Wikipedia
This section is courtesy of Ms. Rennon The following walks are designed to guide you around the four main areas of Bucharest, pointing out several unique sights. Stray from the routes as you wish, as you're sure to find other interesting places along the way that are not mentioned here. Allow approximately three hours for each walk. Walk 1 North of Center This beautiful walk takes you through the quiet area n orth of the city center. Cross the square and walk north along tree-lined Soseaua Kiseleff. After passing through Kiseleff Park, stroll northward along the grand old mansions that line the shaded avenue all the way up to the Arch of Triumph Arcul de Triumf.
BUCHAREST (BUCURESTI) [Boo koo reshte']
Wertsman Overview Romania is a country slightly smaller than the state of Oregon, measuring 91, square miles , square kilometers. Located in southeastern Europe, it is bounded by the Ukraine and Slovakia to the north, Bulgaria to the south, Serbia to the southwest, Moldavia and the Black Sea to the east, and Hungary to the west. Although the majority of Romanian Americans immigrated from Romania, several thousand families also came from countries bordering or adjacent to Romania, such as Moldova and Albania.
The subjects are Romanian Language and Literature and Mathematics and additionally the language of the school for ethnic minority schools or classes and for bi-lingual schools. The passing mark is 5 for each of the exams. Despite the exams are being published and the marks are public, lists being placed both in schools and on the Internet. After the 8th grade, students go to secondary education, for at least two years.