Galați
Galați ([ɡaˈlat͡sʲ]; German: Galatz; Hungarian: Galac; Turkish: Kalas) is the capital city of Galați County, in the historical region of Moldavia, eastern Romania. Galați is the largest po...
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Siderurgistul Galaţi
Siderurgistul Galați was a football club based in Galaţi, Galați County, Romania. It was founded in 1961 and dissolved in 1967.
In 1961 CSO Galați is founded, renamed later Siderurgistul, with the...
Lower Danube metropolitan area
The Danube metropolitan area or Galați-Brăila metropolitan area is a proposed metropolitan area project in Romania. It would be formed from the cities of Galaţi and Brăila. Together they have a popula...
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Dănuț Lupu
Dănuț Lupu (born 27 February 1967) is a Romanian former football midfielder and former Hockey player in his childhood.
Lupu started to play professional football in 1985, at the local team of Duna...
Port of Galați
The Port of Galați is the largest port and sea port on the Danube River and the second largest Romanian port. Located in the city of Galaţi, the port is an important source of revenue for the city bec...
Nicolae Dabija (soldier)
Major Nicolae Dabija (April 13 (18?), 1907 — October 28, 1949), knight of Order of Michael the Brave, was an officer of the Romanian Royal Army and a member of the anticommunist armed resistance...
CSU Metal Galați
Metal Galați was a Romanian women's volleyball club based in Galaţi. It was dissolved in 2009.
Galați railway station
Galați is a railway station located in Galați, Galați County, Romania. The station is located on the Galați-Basarabeasca railway, Galați-Bârlad railway and Galați-Făurei railway.In June 2014, CFR anno...
HC Danubius Galați
HC Danubius Galați, formerly known as Oțelul, is a women's handball club from Galaţi, Romania, that plays in the Romanian Women's Handball League.
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Nicolae Leonard
Nicolae Leonard (born Leonard Nae 13 December 1886, Bădălan – 24 December 1928, Câmpulung, Romania) was a Romanian opera tenor, nicknamed "the Prince of the Operetta".
Galatz Roller
The Galatz Roller or Galați Roller' is a domesticated pigeon breed originating in Galați County, Romania. Because these pigeons perform air acrobatics when they fly, they became very popular among pig...
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Baza Sportivă Zoltan David
Baza Sportivă pentru Copii și Juniori "Zoltan David", often referred to simply as Baza Sportivă Zoltan David, is the training ground and youth system base of Romanian football club Oțelul Galați, and ...
Stadionul Siderurgistul
Siderurgistul Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Galaţi, Romania, built in early 2000s. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FC Oțelul II Galați and some other lo...
Galați shipyard
Shipyards of RomaniaThe Galați shipyard (Romanian: Şantierul naval Galaţi), formally Damen Shipyards Galați, is a shipyard located on the Danube in Galaţi, Romania.In 1893, a local resident named ...
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Stadionul Oțelul
28°01′20.56″E / 45.4302361°N 28.0223778°E / 45.4302361; 28.0223778Oțelul Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Galaţi, Romania. It is currently used mostly for football match...
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Galați Skating Rink
The Galați Skating Rink or the Galați Artificial Skating Rink, is a multi-purpose hall in Galaţi, Romania. It is frequently used for concerts, indoor sports such as ice hockey, exhibitions and shows. ...
Stadionul Nicolae Rainea
Stadionul Nicolae Rainea, formerly known as Dunărea Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium, frequently used for football. It is located in Galaţi. It is the home ground of Dunărea Galaţi. The stadium hol...
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