Olt Defile From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Olt Defile Map The Olt Defile is a defile that has been cut into the Transyvanian Alps in south-central Romania by the river Olt. In the Brezoi-Titesti Depression portion of the defile are located hot spring resorts. In the surrounding mountains grow Walnut and oak trees, wild roses, and white ivy. Transportation ..

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Ucea (river) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Ucea Location Country Romania Counties Brașov County Villages Victoria, Ucea de Sus Physical characteristics Mouth Olt  • location Ucea de Jos  • coordinates 45.7979°N 24.6561°ECoordinates: 45.7979°N 24.6561°E Length 24 km (15 mi) Basin size 37 km2 (14 sq mi) Basin features Progression Olt→ Danube→ Black Sea Tributaries  • left Fântâna, Ucișoara Seacă  • right Ucișoara The Ucea is a left tributary of the ..

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Olt (river) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Olt River) Jump to navigationJump to search Olt The Avrig reservoir on the Olt Location Country Romania Counties Harghita, Covasna, Brașov, Sibiu, Vâlcea, Olt, Teleorman Cities Sfântu Gheorghe, Râmnicu Vâlcea, Slatina Physical characteristics Source Hășmaș Mountains  • location Bălan, Harghita  • elevation 1,440 m (4,720 ft) Mouth Danube  • location near Turnu Măgurele  • coordinates 43°42′46″N 24°48′1″ECoordinates: 43°42′46″N 24°48′1″E Length 615 km (382 mi) Basin size 24,050 km2 (9,290 sq mi) Discharge  • location ..

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Voivode From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search For other uses of “voivod”, “voyevoda”, etc., see Voivode of Transylvania, Voivodes of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, and Voivode (disambiguation). Voivode Meshcherinov Putting Down the Solovki Rebellion. An early 19th-century hand-drawn lubok, attributed to Mikhail Grigoriev. Voivode, Vojvoda or Wojewoda (/ˈvɔɪˌvoʊd/, also Воевода/Voyevoda, Войвода/Wojwoda, Войвода/Wojwoda), etc. is a Slavic title denoting a “military-leader” or “warlord” in Central, Eastern and ..

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Early Middle Ages From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search For the journal Early Medieval Europe, see Early Medieval Europe (journal). Early Middle Ages Charlemagne’s empire included most of modern France, Germany, the Low Countries, Austria and northern Italy.   Charlemagne’s empire (814) Balkan Peninsula / Western Asia   Eastern Roman Empire   Abbasid Caliphate   Bulgaria   Croatia   Serbia Northern ..

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Stanisław Orzechowski From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Stanislaw Orzechowski) Jump to navigationJump to search Stanisław Orzechowski Stanisław Orzechowski, [1] also known among others[2] Stanisław Orżechowski Roxolan,[2] Stanislaus Orichovius Polonus,[2] Stanislaus Orichovius Ruthenus,[2] Stanislai Okszyc Orzechowski Roxolani,[3] Stanislas Orzechowski and Stanislaus Orzechowski (1513–1566) was a Ruthenian and Polish political writer. The son of a Catholic father and an Orthodox mother,[4] he was a strict Roman Catholic for much of his life but at one stage, probably ..

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Wallachia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Principality of Wallachia) Jump to navigationJump to search For other uses, see Wallachia (disambiguation). Principality of Wallachia Țara Românească Цѣра Рꙋмѫнѣскъ Țeara Rumânească Βλαχία 1330–1859 Flag (c. 1593–1611) Coat of arms Wallachia in 1812 Wallachia in the late 18th century Status Vassal of the Ottoman Empire (1417–1859) under Russian protection (1774–1856) Capital Câmpulung, Curtea de Argeș (1330–1418) ..

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Moldavia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Principality of Moldavia) Jump to navigationJump to search This article is about the historical principality. For the region of Romania, see Western Moldavia. For the modern state, see Republic of Moldova. For other uses, see Moldova (disambiguation). Principality of Moldavia Țara Moldovei  (Romanian) 1346–1859 Flag (14th–15th century) Coat of arms Moldavia under Stephen the ..

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Principality of Transylvania (1570–1711) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Principality of Transylvania Principatus Transsilvaniae 1570–1711 Top: Báthory banner Bottom: Bethlen banner Coat of arms Administrative map of the Principality of Transylvania, 1606-1660 Status Vassal state of the Ottoman Empire; Hungarian Crown Land Capital Alba Iulia (Gyulafehérvár) 1570–1692 Cibinium (Nagyszeben/Hermannstadt/Sibiu) 1692–1711 Common languages Latin (in ..

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Grigore Ureche From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Find sources: “Grigore Ureche” – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (December 2009) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) A page of his “Letopiseț” manuscript Grigore Ureche (Romanian pronunciation: [ɡriˈɡore uˈreke]; 1590–1647) was a Moldavian chronicler who wrote on ..

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