Romanian women are constantly courted by very attractive and well-dressed men because generally, their culture highly values the appearance of a man or of a woman in matters of wardrobe and hairstyle.Usually, a young Romanian woman lives with her parents.Besides being the only Latin country of the fractured Balkans, Romania has also managed to survive the collapse of the Eastern Bloc, and, following the fall of the ruling communist regime, has succeeded in reinventing what it means to be Romanian.Romania is located in South-eastern Europe, though you’ll rarely hear a local agree with that notion – they wholeheartedly believe they live in Central Europe.The Carpathian Mountains wind across the heart of the country, their snow-capped peaks hiding thousands of tall evergreen pines, the eternal sentinels of the land.
Daily Mail wrote a fairly accurate article about this – even though the pictures and some details were a bit exaggerated, as there are no weapons or masks involved.
The country is bordered by Bulgaria to the south and Serbia to the southwest, Ukraine and Moldova to the northeast, and Hungary to the northwest.
In recent years, Romania has managed to create a new cultural identity for its people.
Location: Southeastern Europe, bordering Bulgaria 608 km, Hungary 443 km, Moldova 450 km, Serbia and Montenegro 476 km, Ukraine (north) 362 km, Ukraine (east) 169 km Capital: Bucharest Population: 21,729,871 (2014 est.) Ethnic Make-up: Romanian 89.5%, Hungarian 6.6%, Roma 2.5%, Ukrainian 0.3%, German 0.3%, Russian 0.2%, Turkish 0.2%, other 0.4% (2002) Religions: Eastern Orthodox (including all sub-denominations) 87%, Protestant 6.8%, Catholic 5.6%, other (mostly Muslim) 0.4%, unaffiliated 0.2% (2002) The official language is Romanian, and it is spoken by approximately 89% of the 23m population.
Hungarian is spoken by around 7% of the population, mainly in Transylvania.