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Con·stan·ţa

 (kən-stän′sə, kôn-stän′tsä)
A city of southeast Romania on the Black Sea east of Bucharest. Founded in the sixth century bc as a Greek colony, it is the country's main seaport.

Constanţa

(Romanian konˈstantsa)
n
(Placename) a port and resort in SE Romania, on the Black Sea: founded by the Greeks in the 6th century bc and rebuilt by Constantine the Great (4th century); exports petroleum. Pop: 265 000 (2005 est)

Con•stan•ta

(kɔnˈstɑn tsɑ)

n.
a seaport in SE Romania on the Black Sea. 279,308.
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Constanta Port is the main Romanian port, the largest port in the Black Sea and the fourth largest port in Europe, ranked just after Rotterdam, Antwerp and Marseille.
Once completed, PEOP will transport Caspian oil from the Black Sea port in Constanta, Romania to the port in Trieste, Italy on the Adriatic Sea.
A request by the Millennium Group to have the case transferred to the distant city of Constanta was recently accepted by a high court panel and they now await that decision in September.