Alba Iulia

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Al·ba Iu·lia

 (äl′bə yo͞o′lyə)
A town of west-central Romania on the Mureşul River. It is on the site of the ancient settlement Apulum, founded by the Romans in the second century ad.
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Romanians waving the country's flag attended huge military parades in Bucharest and Alba Iulia, the Transylvanian city that symbolizes Romania's 1918 reunification.
The mayor of Alba Iulia, Mircea Have, ( wrote a letter to the future King and wrote, "We know how much you love Transylvania.
At the same time, identical changes happened in other regions of Austria-Hungary and the Great National Assembly of Alba Iulia -- around 100 000 people -- through the votes of 1,228 delegates, decided on the unification of Transylvania, Banat, Cri[R]Oana and Maramure[R]O with the Kingdom of Romania.
The company began investing in Romania in 2005, with investments in cities such as Sibiu, Bucharest, Alba Iulia, Arad and Oradea.
A 10th century church with a semicircular apse, as well as the traces of an older church were discovered in Alba Iulia. Above the latter, a cathedral was built in the 12th century, which was subsequently extended.
The National Day of Romania, the Great Union Day, is celebrated every year on December 1, and commemorates the assembly of the delegates of ethnic Romanians held in Alba Iulia, which declared the Union of Transylvania with Romania in 1918.
A spokesman for the mayor of the Transylvanian city of Alba Iulia said Charles had been offered the honorific title because of his promotion of the area.
Mircea Hava, the Mayor of Alba Iulia, vited him to accept the title, saying:
Milan, Italy, June 24, 2016 --( This year Feeric Fashion Week shall take place between 16 and 24 July in Alba Iulia and Sibiu.
International Conference on Economy and Society in Central and Eastern Europe: Territory, Population, Consumption (2013: Alba Iulia, Romania) Edited by Daniel Dumitran and Valer Moga
In order to have a complete demographical evolution of the city of Alba Iulia we have to take into consideration the demographic evolution of the population of the city of Alba Iulia in order to analyze the situation in the Alba county in the context of the superior administrative ranks which it belongs to.
Ba1 issuer rating to the Romanian Municipality of Alba Iulia. The outlook