Friday, April 30, 2004


Judet (county), southwestern Romania, occupying an area of 1,835 sq mi (4,754 sq km). The county, consisting mostly of lowlands, was formed in 1981 from portions of Ialomita and Ilfov districts. The Danube River, flowing northeastward, marks the county's eastern border; and the Borcea, Barza, and D´┐Żmbovita rivers, tributaries of the Danube, drain southward. The Mostistea and Galatui lakes lie in the


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