Giulio Andreini
 
 
Reportages: Danube
DELTA OF THE DANUBE RIVER (Romania)

After crossing Europe from the West to East, the Danube river flows into the Black Sea divided in three branches: the Chilia, the Sulina and the Sfantu Gheorghe, creating an incredible boggy region, habitat of a large variety of animals and vegetables species. For this reason the Delta of the Danube river has been declared Patrimony of the Humanity by the Unesco. Tulcea is an important port of the river basin. It is a modern and industrial town, but it has also ancient origins. Tulcea was a colony of the Dachan and later of the Romans with the name of Aegyssus. Now it is a frontier town, where Turkish, Bulgarian, Tartars and Ucraine communities live in a particular multicultural cohabitation, where the minarets of the mosques stands side by side to the orthodox churches.

To know more:
www.romania.it (Italian)
www.ice.gov.it/estero2/bucarest (Italian)
www.romania.org (english)
www.romaniatourism.com (english)

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