Area: 237.502 km²
Capital city: Bucharest
International calling code: +40
Currency: Romanian Leu (RON)
Time zone: GTM + 2, GTM + 3
Official language: Romanian
Internet TLD: .ro
Inetrnational Airport Arad
Inetrnational Airport Bacau
Inetrnational Airport Baia Mare
Inetrnational Airport "Henri Conada" Bucharest
Inetrnational Airport "Mihail Kogalniceau" Constanta
Inetrnational Airport Cluj Napoca
Inetrnational Airport Satu Mare
International Airport Sibiu
Inetrnational Airport "Traian Vuia" Timisoara
ICCA Statistic Report 2014
Romania - 45th place
Bucharest - 74th place
George Emil Palade
George Emil Palade was a Romanian cell biologist, which was described as "the most influential cell biologist ever". Together with Albert Claude and Christian de Duve in 1974 he was awarded with the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine. Palade also received the U.S. National Medal of Science in Biological Sciences in 1986.
Dumitru Dorin Prunariu
Dumitru Dorin Prunariu is a retired Romanian astronaut, the first and only Romanian astronaut. In May 1981 he completed an eight-day space mission on board Soyuz 40, and became the 103rd human being to fly into the Outer Space. He received the awards of Hero of the Socialist Republic of Romania, Hero of the Soviet Union, medal "Golden Star" and the Order of Lenin.
Simona Amanar is a Romanian gymnast. She helped Romania to win four consecutive world team titles (1994 – 1999) as well as the 2000 Olympic team title. She is a seven-time Olympic medalist and a ten-time world medalist. She was inducted into the International Gymnastics Hall of Fame in 2007.
Vlad the Impaler
Vlad III, Prince of Wallachia or Vlad the Impaler or Dracula was a ruler mainly from 1456 to 1462. He spent much of his rule campaigning against the Ottoman Empire and its expansion. He become famous as a tyrant taking sadistic pleasure in torturing and killing. The total number of his victims is estimated in the tens of thousands.
Acad. PhD Dr. Honoris Causa Ion Irimescu was one of Romania's greatest sculptors and sketchers, named “patriarch of Romanian art and sculpture". In 1975 a museum was established in Falticeni with a substantial donation from the artist, with his 313 sculptures and 1,000 drawings. In 2001 he was awarded the Prize of Excellence for Romanian Culture.
This region is probably the most economically developed in Romania. To the tourist this region has to offer beautiful baroque cities and traditional German villages in the western plains and huge mountain forests in the eastern parts.
Suceava has been a capital of Moldova and now it is a great starting point for trips to the many historical, cultural and natural attractions in the Bucovina region.
Arad is a county and city, whose historical data dates back to the 11th century. The most famous attractions in this city are boulevard of Revolution(Bulevardul Revolutiei), the Palace of Culture, Red Church, etc.
In Bihor county city that stands out is Oradea, which is known for its many buildings from which distinguishes Bishop's Palace (Palatul Episcopal), Museum of the Crisana region (The museum Tari Crisurilor), etc.
The main attractions in this region are the ancient port city of Constanta, Reservation of the Biosphere - wildlife reserve which covers an are of 2,200-square-mil and which is protected by UNESCO, and port city of Tulcea from where tourist can cruise through the Delta.
This is a region with impressive monasteries, caves and health resorts along the mountains in its northern part and a bizarre desert-like area in the south.
Cites that stand out in this region are Brasov, Sibiu and Cluj Napoca, and from castels there is Bran Castle, and Rasnov Fortress.
Walachia is also a name of the old kingdom of leaders such as the notorious Vlad Ţepeş (The Impaler).
Bran Castle owns its fame to its imposing towers and turrets as well as to the myth created around Count Dracula. While the association with Dracula is sketchy at best, the castle continues to hold a strong attraction for all fans of the Count.
Putna monastery is a Romanian Orthodox monastery, one of the most important cultural, religious and artistic centers established in medieval Moldavia. This monastery is as with many others, built and dedicated to Prince Stephen the Great.
The Arch of Triumph, initially built of wood in 1922 to honor the bravery of Romanian soldiers who fought in World War I, was finished in Deva granite in 1936. It is a work of Petre Antonescu, and stands 26m high.
Museum George Enescu is housed in the Cantacuzino Palace. Displays various objects that belonged to the great Romanian composer and violinist, including a Bach music collection he received as a gift from Queen Elisabeta of Romania.
The Romanian Athenaeum is a concert hall in the center of Bucharest, and a landmark of the Romanian capital city. The Athenaeum was completed in 1888. With its high dome and Doric columns, the Athenaeum resembles an ancient temple.
Corvinesti Castle is built in gothic style on Romanian ruins in 14th century. It served as a fortress until mid 14th century when it became the residence of Transylvania׳s ruler, Iancu de Hunedoara.
The Black Church built between 1385 and 1477, has the heaviest mobile bell in Romania (6t), murals in the Italian Renaissance style and an organ, with 4,000 pipes, 7 scales and 4 key boards.
Peles Castle represents a masterpiece of German new - Renaissance architecture, and it is considered to be of the most stunning castles in Europe. It was the 1st European castle entirely lit by electrical current. The first movie projection in Romania took place in the castle.
Bucharest History and Art Museum, located in the neoclassical Sutu Palace. The museum features some 300,000 artifacts, consist from coins, books, maps, engravings, paintings, arms and furniture to old traditional costumes.
The Bethlen Castle located in Deva was built in the 16th century in French renaissance style and restored in the 17th – 18th centuries in baroque style.
Statistic report of International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA).
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Romania is a country long famous for its medieval towns, Painted Monasteries, Danube delta and the spa resorts of the Carpathian mountains and Black Sea, which is now taking place as one of the major European meeting destinations.
Major meeting destinations in Romania, for decades were easily identified: Bucharest and Brasov. Today, beside Bucharest and Brasov
cities such as Cluj-Napoca, Timisoara, Sibiu, Iasi, Constanta have developed into meeting hot spots.
Romexpo Exhibition Centre / Bucharest, Romania / Number of conference rooms: 21 / The capacity of the biggest conference room: 1,800 seats
Romania is a country located in southeastern Europe which borders Ukraine and Moldova to the northeast, Hungary and Serbia to the west, and Bulgaria to the south. Also, Romania has the exit to the Black Sea.
Romania represents one of the last countries in Europe which maintains the ancient traditions of life in village, which is still as colorful, festive and vibrant as it has been for centuries.
In Romania there is always another mystery to uncover, another cultural treasure to be discovered, such as Romantic castles and medieval towns filled with treasures of art and architecture, rare wildlife refuges and vast unspoiled land, etc.
International Architecture Conference - INGLASS, 2013, Bucharest
International Finance and Banking Conference - FIBA, 2013, Bucharest
2nd International Symposium on Advancing Socio-Economic Research, 2013, Bucharest
30th Annual EFPSA Congress, 2014, Baile Felix
14th European Conference on eGovernment – ECEG 2014, Brasov
35th Stress and Anxiety Research Society (STAR) Conference, 2014, Cluj-Napoca
Romanian Tourism Fair TTR,13th -16th November 2014, Romexpo Exhibition Centre, Bucharest