Situated in the central area of Dobrogea Highland, in the county of Constanta, at a more or less equal distance between the Danube and the Black Sea, the city of Medgidia is fascinating not only because of its cultural diversity, but also on account of its historical background. It is known first on account of the canal which connects the Danube to the Black Sea. The Canal was built in the former valley of Carasu and inaugurated in 1984. As a result of the rich industrial and agricultural network consolidated in the past, Medgidia is situated in an area of tremendous historic resonance, a fact which has been confirmed by its numerous relics.
Mioveni is a modern, well-organised and prosperous town located in Arges County, Romania. An ancient monastery dated from 1573 in a green forested area and a new modern cathedral located in the middle of the urban area of the town are its main symbols. Local authorities have a clear vision on a common Europe, on democracy and individual liberty. For this reason, and as recognition for its intense activity for promoting European values, our city obtained the European Diploma in 2012 and the Flag of Honour in 2013.
The municipality of Ramnicu Valcea (“Ramnic”), the capital town of Valcea County, Romania is located 176 km far from Bucharest, the capital of Romania. The municipality of Ramnicu Valcea spreads in the hilly area of the Meridional Carpathians, at an average altitude of 250 m, on the right bank of River Olt, at its confluence with River Olanesti. The population of the municipality, according with the 2011 census, amounts to 118.398 inhabitants. On July 29, 1848, the people of Ramnic, gathered on the site of the present Zavoi Park, playing for the first time, the song “Awaken thee, Romanian!”