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(Bulgarian ˈdɔbrudʒa)
(Placename) a region of E Europe, between the River Danube and the Black Sea: the north passed to Romania and the south to Bulgaria after the Berlin Congress (1878). Romanian name: Dobrogea


(ˈdoʊ brʊ dʒə)

a region in SE Romania and NE Bulgaria, between the Danube River and the Black Sea. 2970 sq. mi. (7690 sq. km). Romanian, Do•bro•gea (ˈdɔ brɒˌdʒɑ)
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Contract award notice: Thermo-higrostat and mt cell heating system for e-distribution muntenia sa, E-distribution dobrogea sa.
The core of authentic Romania is kept under the "Special Romania" section, where some of the travel tours through either Wallachia, Transylvania, Moldavia or Dobrogea are listed.
Extreme Weather and Impacts of Climate Change on Water Resources in the Dobrogea Region
It was an antique period with polytheist cult orientation from which many material evidences are kept in holy places (evidences in Greek cities from Dobrogea and Romanian cities from Transylvania).
In Romania, this process of universalization and adaptation generated at least two models of integration and ethno-religious identity present in the public and institutional discourse: the territorialized, historical, ethnic Dobrogea model--based on intense cooperation between the local religious and political institutions regarding the preserving of a symbolic, ethnic identity concentrated on regional traditions, customs, language--and the "universal Islam" model that enforces not a symbolic religious role, but a completely different way of living.
The Bulgarians have raised fortifications on the Danube and concentrated troops especially at the Dobrogea border.
4% interest in Enel Distributie Muntenia SA and Enel Energie Muntenia SA, its 51% stake in Enel Distributie Banat SA, Enel Distributie Dobrogea SA and Enel Energie SA and the whole of Enel Romania Srl, which Enel owns via Enel Investment Holding BV.
The same was not the case for the Dobrogea to the south.
CEZ holds the leading market share in wind, operating a 600MW wind farm in the Dobrogea region.
The most important solar regions in Romania are the Black Sea coast, Dobrogea and Oltenia.
Located in the Dobrogea region of Romania, Constanta is the biggest port city of Black Sea, Constanta has an approximately 120,000 year history, dating from the Paleolithic era and making it the oldest settlement in the region.
7) This means that Romania has the highest wind energy potential in South East Europe, while Dobrogea ranks second among the entire continent (8).