A report on Călărași

Old townhall (built 1886–87)
Barbu Știrbei National College

Situated in south-east Romania, on the banks of the Danube's Borcea branch, at about 12 km from the Bulgarian border and 125 km from Bucharest.

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Călărași County

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Călărași
Oltenița

Călărași is a county (județ) of Romania on the border with Bulgaria, in Muntenia, with the county seat at Călărași.

Borcea

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Commune situated in the eastern part of Călărași County, Muntenia, Romania.

Commune situated in the eastern part of Călărași County, Muntenia, Romania.

Church Saint Nicholas

The population of Borcea is experiencing a decline since the fall of the communist regime due to the proximity to the cities Călărași (34 km) and Fetești (5 km) and the 2007 integration of Romania into the European Union.

Lehliu Gară

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Lehliu Gară is a small town in the middle of the Bărăgan region in Călărași County, Muntenia, Romania, with a railway station and a national road linking the seaside Constanța and the county capital, Călărași.

Ruins of the works

Călărași steel works

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Ruins of the works
Ceaușescu visits the construction site in 1976

The Călărași steel works (Combinatul Siderurgic Călărași), formally Donasid Călărași and formerly Siderca Călărași, is a steel mill in Călărași, Romania.

Danube

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Second-longest river in Europe, after the Volga in Russia.

Second-longest river in Europe, after the Volga in Russia.

The Danube basin
The hydrogeographical source of the Danube at St Martin's Chapel in Furtwangen im Schwarzwald: the Bregquelle, the source of the Danube's longest headstream, the Breg, where the Danube is symbolized by the Roman allegory for the river, Danuvius.
The symbolical source of the Danube in Donaueschingen: the source of the Donaubach (Danube Brook), which flows into the Brigach.
The Danube's source confluence in Donaueschingen: the Donauzusammenfluss, the confluence of Breg and Brigach.
Confluence of (from left to right) Inn, Danube, and Ilz in Passau
Danube in Linz, Austria
The Danube in Bratislava, Slovakia
Basilica of Esztergom, Hungary
The Tisza is the longest tributary of the Danube
Confluence of river Sava into the Danube beneath Belgrade citadel
Danube at Nikopol, Bulgaria in winter
The Danube in Sulina, Romania
0 km, Danube Delta, Ukraine
Where the Danube Meets the Black Sea (European Space Agency Sentinel-2 image).
The Danube discharges into the Black Sea (the upper body of water in the image).
Aerial view of Margaret Island, Budapest, Hungary. There are 15 bridges over the Danube in Budapest.
Great War Island, Belgrade, as seen from Zemun, Serbia. It is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube.
The Ada Kaleh island in the Danube was forgotten during the peace talks at the Congress of Berlin in 1878, which allowed it to remain a de jure Turkish territory and the Ottoman Sultan Abdul Hamid II's private possession until the Treaty of Lausanne in 1923 (de facto until Romania unilaterally declared its sovereignty on the island in 1919 and further strengthened it with the Treaty of Trianon in 1920). The island was submerged during the construction of the Iron Gates hydroelectric plant in 1970.
The Danube in Budapest
Fisherman in the Danube Delta
Pelicans in the Danube Delta, Romania
Iron Gates, Serbia-Romania border
Iron Gate II Hydroelectric Power Station, Romania-Serbia
The Iron Gate, on the Serbian-Romanian border (Iron Gates natural park and Đerdap national park)
Fishing from a Zille on the Danube in Lower Austria, 1982
Wachau Valley near Spitz, Austria
The Danube Bike Trail running along the Schlögener Schlinge
The Danube Bike Trail leading through the city Linz
Resting area along the Donausteig hiking trail near Bad Kreuzen
16th-century Danube landscape near Regensburg, by Albrecht Altdorfer – a member of the Danube school.
The oldest bridge across the Danube, constructed by Apollodorus of Damascus between 103 and 105 CE, directed by Trajan, modern Serbia and Romania.
At Esztergom and Štúrovo, the Danube separates Hungary from Slovakia
The Danube in Vienna
The Danube between Belene and Belene Island, Bulgaria
A look upstream from the Donauinsel in Vienna, Austria during an unusually cold winter (February 2006). A frozen Danube usually occurs just once or twice in a lifetime.
Bratislava does not usually suffer major floods, but the Danube sometimes overflows its right bank
Combat between Russian and Turkish forces on the Danube in 1854, during the Crimean War (1853–1856)
Gornje Podunavlje Special Nature Reserve in Serbia.
Golubac Fortress in Đerdap National park, Serbia.

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DN3

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DN3 (Drumul Național 3) is a national road in Romania, originally linking Bucharest and Constanța via Călărași, but no longer serving this purpose for more than four decades.

FC Dunărea Călărași

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Stadionul Ion Comșa

Asociația Fotbal Club Dunărea 2005 Călărași, commonly known as Dunărea Călărași, is a Romanian professional football club from the city of Călărași, Călărași County.

The former high school building (right), now a middle school

Barbu Știrbei National College

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The former high school building (right), now a middle school

Barbu Știrbei National College (Colegiul Național Barbu Știrbei) is a high school located at 159 București Street, Călărași, Romania.

Mircea Ciumara

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Mircea Ciumara (13 September 1943, Călărași, Călărași County, Kingdom of Romania–14 January 2012, Bucharest, Romania) was a Romanian politician and former cabinet minister in two governments led by the Romanian Democratic Convention (CDR), the first one under Prime Minister Victor Ciorbea and the second under Mugur Isărescu.

Ștefan Constantin Bănică

Ștefan Bănică Sr.

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Ștefan Constantin Bănică

Ștefan Constantin Bănică (November 11, 1933 – May 27, 1995) was a Romanian actor and singer from Călărași.