Romania Healthcare and Money

Romania Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required Eat Drink malaria no – Typhoid & Polio Yes – cholera no yellow fever no Overview Travel health insurance and travel cancellation insurance are recommended. The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) is valid for nationals of EU and EFTA countries. The EHIC regulates care and reimbursement of costs in the event of illness for EU and EFTA citizens. In the event of illness,…

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Romania General Information

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Romania is a pleasant and interesting country in the center of Europe. Stunning nature, rich history, unique sights. Medieval castles in gothic style. It was here that the world-famous actions of Bram Stoker’s novel “Dracula” unfolded, and all tourists want to visit Transylvania and Bran Castle, which has become the hallmark of Romania. The capital is the city of Bucharest. Here you can see a strange palace built by the…

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Romania Dantesque Encyclopedia

Romania Dantesque Encyclopedia

Assume, as has been done by some recent investigators of D.’s ‘fortune’ in Romania, that the doctors sent by the Republic of Venice to Stephen the Great have brought with them, among their books, also the Comedy, introducing it so the court of the prince, to whom we owe the first artistic and cultural flowering of a genuine Romanian imprint, is only a suggestive hypothesis. It is legitimate instead to…

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Romania Economy Overview

Romania Economy Overview

Like and more than other countries that were part of the so-called “socialist camp”, Romania lived in the last years of the century. XX a radical and dramatic transformation of its economy and only with the beginning of the following century did it resume a significant pace of growth, albeit marred by many inequalities and distortions. Until the moment of the outbreak of the revolution (1989) which overthrew the dictatorship…

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Romania Agriculture, Livestock and Fishing

Romania Agriculture

The agricultural sector, which still affects a high percentage of the active population even if it is decreasing (over 35% in 2002, compared to 40% in 1999), retains its traditional importance, even if its participation in the formation of GDP is dropped to 7.2% (2008). After that in the eighties of the century. XX Romanian farms, both large, collective or state-owned, and the few small family-run ones, had enjoyed state…

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