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Location of Romania (dark green):   on the European continent (incl. the EU)  in the European Union

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Romania borders the Black Sea, Hungary, Serbia, Ukraine, Moldova and Bulgaria.


The Kingdom of Romania was created after World War I from Transylvania, Bukovina and Bessarabia.


After World War II, Romania was under the control of the Soviet Union until the 1989 revolution. As of 2010, Romania was an upper middle-income country.

Romania was a Warsaw Pact country, under the influence of the Soviet Union. In 1968 their president spoke out against the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia; 31 years later, on Christmas Day 1989, immediately after a speedy trial, Romanian soldiers took him and his wife out of the courtroom in the deep snow, and shot them. After that, orphanages filled with abandoned children were seen, and many were adopted into the United States.