• Mahmudia

    Mahmudia

    Mahmudia locality is located in the western part of Tulcea County, locality located 8 km from Beştepe and 28 km from Tulcea. Mahmudia commune is bounded by the following territories: to the north, the administrative territory of Maliuc commune, to the east and south, the administrative territory of Murighiol commune, to the west, the administrative territories of the communes Beştepe and Valea Nucărilor.

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  • Maliuc

    Maliuc

    Maliuc commune is located in the central area of the Danube Delta, on Sulina arm, being bounded to the north by the communes Pardina and Chilia Veche, to the west by the administrative territory of Tulcea municipality, to the south by the communes Nufăru and Mahmudia and to the east by the administrative territory of Crişan commune.
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  • Valea Nucarilor

    Valea Nucărilor

    Valea Nucărilor commune is located in the central part of Tulcea County, 25 km away from Tulcea Municipality and 40 km away from Babadag. Access to the locality can be made on DJ 222 J. On the old maps appears under the names of Sarighiolul de Vale, then I.G. Duca. Since 1954 is called Valea Nucărilor.
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  • Tulcea County occupies the northern half of the historical province Dobrogea, located in the south-eastern extremity of Romania. Surrounded on three sides by water, it is bordered to the west by the counties Brăila and Galaţi, to the north with Ukraine through the natural border Danube, to the east by the Black Sea, having terrestrial border only to the south with Constanţa County.

    The relief of the county also includes the Horst of Dobrogea, remnant of the hercinic creases, which presents itself as a typical plateau, which determines the existence of three biogeographical zones: the steppe, the steppe forest and the forest. The archaeological discoveries on the territory of Tulcea County have put into light traces of habitation with an age of approx. 110,000 years. On the archaeological map of the county, the vestiges of the cultures Hamangia, Gumelniţa and Thracian-Dacian, of the Getic-Dacian fortresses and of the great Roman city buildings offer important documentary evidence of the material and spiritual life on these lands.