History of Dobruja
Dobruja (Bulgarian: Добруджа, Dobrudža; Romanian: Dobrogea [ˈdobrod͡ʒe̯a] [doˈbrod͡ʒe̯a]; Turkish: Dobruca) is a historical region shared today by Bulgaria and Romania. It is situated bet...
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Principality of Karvuna
The Principality of Karvuna or Despotate of Dobruja (Bulgarian: Добруджанско деспотство or Карвунско деспотство; Romanian: Despotatul Dobrogei or Țara Cărvunei) was a 14th-century quasi-indepe...
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Halmyris
Halmyris was a Roman legionary base and naval port for 600 years, located at the mouth of the Danube Delta in Romania.
The city (better known by its Greek name) was situated in ancient times on th...
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Zyraxes
Zyraxes was a Getae king who ruled north Dobruja in the 1st century BC. He was mentioned in relation with the campaigns of Licinius Crassus. His capital, Genucla was besieged by the Romans in 28 BC, b...
Păcuiul lui Soare
27°28′13.8″E / 44.131556°N 27.470500°E / 44.131556; 27.470500Păcuiul lui Soare is an island on the Danube in southeastern Romania, known for its Bulgarian and Byzantine fortre...
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Balik (ruler)
Balik (Bulgarian: Балик, Byzantine Greek: Μπαλίκας; fl. c. 1320 and died 1347) was a noble of the Second Bulgarian Empire who increased the autonomy of his province and became despot of the Princi...
Treaty of Craiova
The Treaty of Craiova (Bulgarian: Крайовска спогодба; Romanian: Tratatul de la Craiova) was signed on 7 September 1940 between the Kingdom of Bulgaria and the Kingdom of Romania. Under the ter...
Despotate of Dobruja
The Principality of Karvuna or Despotate of Dobruja (Bulgarian: Добруджанско деспотство or Карвунско деспотство; Romanian: Despotatul Dobrogei or Țara Cărvunei) was a 14th-century quasi-indepe...
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List of ancient cities in Thrace and Dacia
This is a list of ancient cities, towns, villages, and fortresses in and around Thrace and Dacia. A number of these settlements were Dacian and Thracian, but some were Celtic, Greek, Roman, Paeonian, ...
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List of ancient towns in Scythia Minor
This is a list of towns in Scythia Minor that were mentioned in ancient writings.
List of ancient towns in Scythia Minor - Wikipedia
Tulcea County
Tulcea ([ˈtult͡ʃe̯a]) is a county (județ) of Romania, in the historical region Dobruja, with the capital city at Tulcea.
In 2011, Tulcea County had a population of 201,462. The population density ...
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Northern Dobruja
Northern Dobruja (Romanian: Dobrogea; Bulgarian: Северна Добруджа, Severna Dobrudzha) is the part of Dobruja within the borders of Romania. It lies between the lower Danube river and the Black...
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Internal Dobrujan Revolutionary Organisation
The Internal Dobrujan Revolutionary Organisation (Bulgarian: Вътрешна добруджанска революционна организация; Romanian: Organizaţia Internă Revoluţionară Dobrogeană) or IDRO was a Bulgarian nat...
Ținutul Mării
Ținutul Mării was one of the ten ținuturi ("lands") of Romania, founded in 1938 after King Carol II initiated an institutional reform by modifying the 1923 Constitution and the law of territorial admi...
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Dobrich Province
28°0′E / 43.583°N 28.000°E / 43.583; 28.000Dobrich Province (Bulgarian: Област Добрич, Oblast Dobrich, former name Dobrich okrug) is a province in northeastern Bulgaria, p...
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Seljuks in Dobruja
Seljuks in Dobruja refers to Seljuk Turks settled at Dobruja, now in Romania, in the 13th century.
Seljuk Turks in Anatolia (most of modern Turkey) were defeated by the Mongols in the Battle of Kö...
Tatars of Romania
Tatars (Romanian: Tătari), a Turkic-speaking ethnic group, were present on the territory of today's Romania since the 13th century. According to the 2011 census, 20,464 people declared their nati...
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Danube Delta
The Danube Delta (Romanian: Delta Dunării [ˈdelta ˈdunərij]; Ukrainian: Дельта Дунаю, Del'ta Dunaju) is the second largest river delta in Europe, after Volga Delta, and is the best preserved o...
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Dobrotitsa
Dobrotitsa (Bulgarian: Добротица, pronounced [dɔˈbrɔtitsa]; Romanian: Dobrotici or Dobrotiţă; Τομπροτίτζας in contemporaneous Byzantine documents; Dobrodicie in contemporaneous Genoese docume...
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Callatis
Mangalia ([maŋˈɡalia], ancient Callatis (Greek: Κάλλατις/Καλλατίς), other historical names Pangalia, Panglicara, Tomisovara), is a city and a port on the coast of the Black Sea in the south-east o...
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Aegyssus
Tulcea ([ˈtult͡ʃe̯a]; Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian: Тулча, Tulcha; Greek: Αιγισσός, Aegyssus; Turkish: Hora-Tepé or Tolçu) is a city in Dobrogea, Romania. It is the administrative center of Tulcea...
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Scythia Minor
Scythia Minor or Lesser Scythia (Greek: Μικρά Σκυθία, Mikrá Skythia) was in ancient times the region surrounded by the Danube at the north and west and the Black Sea at the east, roughly correspon...
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Axiopolis
Cernavodă ([t͡ʃernaˈvodə], historical names: Thracian: Axiopa, Greek: Axiopolis, Bulgarian: Черна вода Cherna voda, Turkish: Boğazköy) is a town in Constanţa County, Dobrogea, Romania with...
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Paristrion
Paristrion (Greek: Παρίστριον, meaning "beside the Ister"), or Paradounabon/Paradounabis (Greek: Παραδούναβον or Παραδούναβις), which is preferred in official documents, was a Byzantine province c...
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Bretannio
Saint Bretannio (also Bretanion, Bretannion, Vetranio, Vetranion) was a bishop of Tomi (today Constanţa, Romania) during the fourth century. Of Cappadocian origin, he occupied the see of Tomi from 36...
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