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  The EU Water Framework Directive
The Arges River Basin is bordered with the Olt River Basin in the North and West, the Vedea River Basin in the West and the Ialomita River Basin in the East.
The river network density is 0.36 km/km2 in average and the maximum density is over 1.40 km/km2; it varies from 0.67 km/km2 in the upper part, to 0.51 km/km2 in the middle part, and to 0.30 km/km2 in the lower part of the basin.
In the Arges River Basin, the average annual air temperature is from – 20C to 40C, in the upper mountain areas, and from 80C to 130C, in the piedmont areas.
www.mmediu.ro /other/phare/site/arges.htm   (1570 words)

 Nikalai - your romanian friend   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The two valleys surrounded by the rivers divides the town in few areas by shape of plateau and terraces.
The specific features of geomorphological elements which characterise this area, there constitute the consequence of errosion, transport and sedimentary actions of law water way of “Dambovita” River which crosses the middle line of the city (on the N W- S E direction) and the “Colentina” River, too.
The second kind of soil is a sedimental soil, it being constituted by the humus errosion, it being due to the activity of the surface water.
www.nikalai.com /website/buc_relief.php   (288 words)

 Carpe diem: Bucharest
Founded in 1459, on the banks of the Dambovita River, by ruler Vlad Tepes, Bucharest become later the capital city of the Princely Court.
It is situated by the main boulevards, the Dambovita River and huge civic center.
The boulevards of Bucharest are cut from the North to the South and from the East to the West.
semperfortuna.blogspot.com /2004/06/bucharest.html   (1652 words)

 UNILEVER ROMANIA - ...about Bucharest
The city situated in the Southern area of the country, on Baragan Plain, at half distance between the Danube and the chain of the Southern Carpathians, being crossed by the rivers Dâmbovita and Colentina.
The city is crossed by the Dâmbovita and Colentina rivers and is surrounded by forests, which makes Bucharest a city with large green areas, which have come parks and, at the same time, places for rest and entertainment, such as: Baneasa, Herastrau, Floreasca, Tei, Lebada Fun area.
Herastrau Park is the largest in the city, being situated on the Colentina river, including the Herastrau and Floreasca akes, providing special opportunities of entertanment.
www.archi-web.com /infotop   (483 words)

 SC Varbittour SRL - Intern tourism - Calarasi
The hydrographic network is first of all represented by the river Danube that borders the county in the south and the south-east.
The relief of the Calarasi county is dominated by plain: the Baragan, Mostistea (Southern Baragan), Viasia, Burnea Plains and the Danube River Meadows.
The Arges River flows into the Danube near by the town of O1tenita after its confluence with the Dambovita River near by the town of Budesti.
www.varbittour.ro /main.php?p=1&loc=12   (924 words)

 Eurostat   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Located in the central-southern part of the country, down the Meridional Carpathian, on the the Ialomita and Dâmbovita rivers, the county with an area of 4 054km2 (representing 1.7% of the national area), as of 31 December 2000, included 5 towns and one municipality, 76 communes and 361 villages.
The Cândesti Piedmont is situated at west of the Dâmbovita river's valley and forms a lower hill.(300-550 m).
The research and archaeological discoveries carried out on the valleys of the Arges, Ialomita and Dâmbovita rivers, and in the historical city of Târgoviste, attest to the existence of an intense life here since the Palaeolithic period.
forum.europa.eu.int /irc/dsis/regportraits/info/data/en/ro033_geo.htm   (1446 words)

 Dâmboviţa River - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Dâmboviţa River (spelled Dîmboviţa in pre-1993 Romanian orthography) is a river in Romania having its source in the Făgăraş Mountains and flowing southward.
For centuries, Dâmboviţa river was the main source of drinking water for the city of Bucharest.
The portion of the river flowing through the capital was channelled twice: in 1883 - to combat regular floods -, and in the late 1970s, to aid in the replanning of the Central area and the construction of the Bucharest Metro.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dambovita_River   (451 words)

 Perfect Tour  >> BUCHAREST - MAIN CITIES AND ATTRACTIONS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Situated in the South of the country, in the Romanian Plain it dates from the 14th century (originally called Dambovita Citadel) and is recorded in writing for the first time in 1459 as residence of Prince Vlad Tepes (the Impaler), who settled here his Princely Court.
The town was situated on the left bank of the Dambovita River.
Medieval fortification from the 14th century sent the evidence of the existence of the town to the reign of Mircea the Old (1386-1418).
www.perfect-tour.ro /en/bucharest.html   (1367 words)

 Bucuresti – Ape si standarde europene - Home Page
It is located in the southeast of the country, at 44°25'N 26°06'E, and lies on the banks of the Dâmbovita River.
View of central BucharestBucharest is situated on the banks of the Dâmbovita River, which flows into the Arges River, a tributary of the Danube.
Several lakes — the most important of which are Lake Floreasca, Lake Tei and Lake Colentina — stretch across the city, along a tributary of the Dâmbovita, named the Colentina River.
www.isimona.home.ro   (608 words)

 SkyscraperCity - Bucharest new pics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
December 14th, 2004 08:19 PM Dambovita is always soacked out all summer because it rarely rains here in June-August, this summer was a bit rainier but 2000 i think it rained not even 2 days in 3 months for example.
Dambovita is a constructed river, its urban made river not navigable.
Though under it there is a escape river the flows the other way its one of the 2 i know.
www.skyscrapercity.com /printthread.php?t=121530   (1107 words)

The principal rivers are the Danube and its tributary, the Prut.
Bucharest city (1986 estimated population 1,989,000) is the capital and largest city of Romania on the Dambovita River, tributary of the Danube.
Founded in the 14th century, it became the capital of Walachia in 1698 and of Romania in 1861.
www.slavicfest.com /pages/map/romania.html   (493 words)

 Bucharest Attractions : Crowne Plaza Bucharest   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Bucharest, the capital of Romania, is the economic, social and cultural centre of Romania, being, in the meantime, an important tourist attraction.
Located in the southern area of the country, Bucharest lies halfway between the Danube River and the South Carpathian mountains, on the banks of the Dambovita and Colentina rivers.
The Dambovita River crosses the city from the north-west to the south-east.
www.bucharest.crowneplaza.com /buhrm/attractions.html   (297 words)

 Inner rivers
On some stretches, river pollution indicators, such as dissolved organic substances (expressed by oxidability by potassium permanganate and potassium dichromate), biochemical oxygen demand, ammonium, phosphorus, nitrogen, retrievable substances, and heavy metals, exceed the admissible limits for various classes of quality.
Valea Viseului and Teceu Mic on the Tisa river.
Razoare and Lapusel river upstream Lapus, Cavnic and Copalnic on Cavnic river (Zn);
enrin.grida.no /htmls/romania/soe2000/eng/cap2/r_int.htm   (2226 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Dike - a dike is a compacted embankment built alongside a river for the purpose of preventing high water from flooding the adjoining land.
In general, the water regime of the Romanian rivers is characterized by high flows during February through May and low flows during the rest of the year.
On the Vedea river, dikes have been constructed in Alexandria municipality (L=3km) and downstream of Branceni community up to the zone where the river flows into the Danube river (L=22km) in the course of the project.
www-wds.worldbank.org /external/default/WDSContentServer/IW3P/IB/2003/12/23/000012009_20031223143033/Rendered/INDEX/E8370VOL1010PAPER.txt   (13384 words)

 Mosaiculutes 2003: Spirits and Devils
Dambovita lived in the woods with her father.
On her way home, Dambovita met Buccur in the woods.
Dambovita and Buccur lived happily ever after, never wanting for anything, thanks to the magic doll.
www.rhodi.com /quebec/mosaicultures3.htm   (517 words)

 [No title]
The apartment is situated on the new United Nations Boulevard, that meets on the banks of the river Dimbovita the elderly Bridge of Mogosoaia...
The apartment is situated along the Dimbovita river not far from the Unirii Square (Piata Unirii).
The apartment is situated on the embankment of Dimbovita river next to the Chamber of Commerce.
www.in-bucharest.ro /EN/euro/apartments   (1136 words)

 The EU Water Framework Directive
Water resources found in the Arges River Basin are large, sufficient for the main users in the region, but non-uniformly distributed in time and space.
The main multipurpose reservoirs that were completed in the Arges River Basin are given in Table 3.
Climate in the Arges River Basin is moderate-continental, wet and cool in mountain areas (with low loses by evaporation), and dry and hot in plain areas (with significant loses by infiltration and evaporation).
www.onlineservice.ro /phare/site/arges.htm   (1570 words)

 .:: SC ECPROD SA ::.
Bringing to the normal state the Lotru river bed and the forest road Voineasa - Vidra, Cataracte Lotru area, Valcea County.
Pitesti, at the crossing of the Colentina river in Ghimpati (Dambovita) area, through rapid and gabion embankments;
- Concrete road in Tuicani district, the town of Moreni, Dambovita County.
www.ecprod.ro /eng/centru/portofoliu-main.htm   (647 words)

 Bucharest   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The Triumph Arch (27 m in high) was built in 1935, on the nice Kiseleff Avenue which is longer than Champs Elysees in Paris.
This is The Palace of Justice, situated on the right side of Dambovita River.
This is the Romanian Athenaeum (1888), the concert hall of the Romanian Philharmonic.It was built from public collection with the motto: "Give one Leu for the Athenaeum".
webpages.charter.net /bajenaru/bajenaru/bucharest.html   (75 words)

 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Dambovita   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Meet Romanian Girls Romanian girls are seeking men from around the world.
2,394,284), capital and largest city of Romania, SE Romania, in Walachia, on the DîmboviÅ£a River, a tributary of the Danube.
Case of man who shot alleged intruder checked by Bucharest prosecutor.
www.encyclopedia.com /SearchResults.aspx?Q=Dambovita   (211 words)

His captured companions were forced to eat his flesh.
Vlad Înecatul (Vlad the Drowned), Prince of Wallachia, got severely drunk and rode his horse into the waters of the Dâmbovita River.
Pedro de Valdivia, a dreaded conquistador, was captured by Native Americans and executed by pouring molten gold down his throat to satisfy his thirst for treasures.
www.hickokfamilygenealogy.com /Unusual_Deaths.html   (822 words)

 Arrow Vale Community High School
Bucharest is the capital of Romania and is the most important political, administrative, economic and cultural centre of Romania.
It is situated in the middle of the Danube Plain in an area with a river hydrographic network, being crossed by the Dambovita River and to the North by its tributary the Colente, which forms a number of lakes.
In the first half of the 16th Century Romania, which at that time was a town, witnessed rapid development, turning into the most important economic, political and cultural centre of Wallachia.
www.arrowvale.worcs.sch.uk /euro/romania.php   (794 words)

 Trekking Romania
Occupying the entire south-east corner of the Fagaras Mountains - between Doamnei (The Lady) River and Dambovita Valley – the relatively isolated blocks of Iezer (Mountain Spring) and Papusa (The Doll) go up to almost 2500 m, detaches in almost every directions from the line sensibly lower of the surrounding landscape.
A long acme of over 12 km – which lowers in the deep saddles of Mezei and Oticului, to close to the margin of the pine forest – connects Iezer- Papusa with the main ridge of Fagaras mountains.
So, in the tall curling of the watershed line between Raul Doamnei and Dambovita and Targului River, two saddles define three groups of mountains: Papau (west), Iezeru (north), Papusa (north and east).
www.trekking-romania.ro /_en/zona.php?id_zona=8   (272 words)

 International Baptist Church ..::Bucharest, Romania::..
Church services are held near Dambovita (duhm-boh-veetza) Lake and the Crangasi Metro Station in Bucharest at 10:30 am on Sundays.
The bus eventually follows the Dambovita River and turns right onto Strada General Petre Popavat.
The bus stop is between a school painted blue and the outdoor market known as Piata Crangasi.
ibchurch.us /?f=worship_info   (490 words)

 sep25:bucharest city tour
We parked near the Dambovita River and walked a short distance to the Manuc Inn (1808), Budapest's oldest inn.
Boarding the bus, we rode along a scenic stretch of the Dambovita River, past the Palace of Justice (court house) and the Opera House, and returned to the Marriott for a rest stop before driving to the M/S River Adagio, waiting for us at Oltenita.
Although our brochures indicated that Oltenita was "about 30 miles away from Budapest," it was a two-hour drive on secondary roads that we shared with many, many horse-drawn wagons (including covered Gypsy wagons) and an occasional herd of goats.
www.darrellpeck.com /travel/2003-2-danube/page06.htm   (770 words)

 the second layer - gallery - romania
The Dambovita River runs along side the Old Town of Bucharest and (right) a wildly coloured cow sculpture (strangely common all-over Eastern Europe) in the Historic Quarter.
Of course, the name is synonomous with vampires and werewolves who haunt the hills and streets in these cities.
The landscape is gorgeous, the Carpathian Mountains, green forested hills and rivers are the backdrop to incredible, fairytale-like castles perched high atop cliffs.
www.thesecondlayer.com /gallery/romania/galleryromania.html   (723 words)

 Bucharest (Romanian Bucuresti), capital and largest city of Romania, located in the southeastern part of the country   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The city is situated about 65 km (about 40 mi) north of the Danube River, near Ploiesti, on the banks of the Dâmbovita River (a tributary of the Danube).
Bucharest lies on a generally level plain and, including suburban districts, occupies an area of about 300 sq km (about 117 sq mi).
The city is divided into two sections by the Dâmbovita River and is crossed by two wide boulevards.
members.tripod.com /mihairadu/Bucharest.html   (756 words)

 Location & Access   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The site is flanked to the North by the Dambovita river that extends through the center of Bucharest.
The reservoir to the West, although apparently nearby on the aerial photograph has very little impact on the site and its surroundings as it is separated by a main road and is above the base levels around the site.
Having the subway station located physically on the site is essential for the success of the retail and a great advantage for the business park.
www.riverinvest.ro /en/location_access.html   (314 words)

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A bit of history, then: the monastery was built in the third decade of the 18th century by a series of princes from the Greek Mavrocordat family ruling in what was then Wallachia (the part of Romania located between the Carpathian mountains and the river Danube).
The whole place was demolished by the decision of Ceausescu's regime to build an ample "new civic center" in the historic downtown area south of the river Dambovita, which crosses the core of the city.
The Vacaresti complex is the most prestigious victim; there were, however, many other churches demolished or removed from their original location and transferred away towards another one, then camouflaged by blocks of flats.
www.artmargins.com /content/interview/ioan.html   (1220 words)

 Danube River Cruises - Official Travel and Tourism Information
The mighty Danube River, named by the Greek historian Herodotus "The King of the European Rivers," forms much of Romania's southern border.
Among the many sights near or along the Romanian section of the Danube River, worth visiting are: the ruins of the Roman bridge at Drobeta, Topolnita Cave, The Iron Gates Dam, the cities of Drobeta Turnu Severin, Orsova, Giurgiu, Oltenita, Braila, Galati and Tulcea.
Bucharest, Romania's capital city, is only 40 miles north of the cities of Giurgiu (Romania) and Ruse (Bulgaria), both situated on the banks of the Danube.
www.romaniatourism.com /danube.html   (1561 words)

 PARALELA 45 ROMANIA INCOMING 2001   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Founded in 1459 on the banks of Dambovita River by ruler Vlad Tepes, Bucharest became later the capital city of the princely court and afterwards a great European metropolis.
Known in 1930’s as the"Little Paris" due to its artistic life, broad boulevards and “fin de siecle” architecture, Bucharest is now an exciting city with nightclubs and sidewalk cafes, opera house and art museums, parks and gardens.
Return on Dambovita Quay (5 minutes stop at the Parliament’s Palace - the biggest building in Europe and the second in the world after the Pentagon, 6.000 rooms), Justice Palace, the Patriarchy, Old Royal Court, Manuc's Inn (10 minutes stop).
www.rotravel.com /agencies/paralela/btour.html   (459 words)

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