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General rank 9
Capital Muntenia
Language Romanian, English
Population 6436
President costin1989
Currency Flag-Romania.png Romanian New Leu (RON)
Minimum salary Flag-Romania.png 5.77 RON
Territories 28
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Map of Romania

Last update 6 January 2014 by mib_boby

Romania (Romanian: România, Bulgarian: Румъния, Ukrainian: Румунія, Hungarian: Románia, Russian: Румыния Latvian: Rumānija) is a country located in South-East Central Europe, North of the Balkan Peninsula, on the Lower Danube, within and outside the Carpathian arch, bordering on the Black Sea. Almost all of the Danube Delta is located within its territory. It shares a border with Icon-Ukraine.png Ukraine to the north, Icon-Republic of Moldova.png Republic of Moldova to the east, Icon-Hungary.png Hungary and Icon-Serbia.png Serbia to the west, Icon-Bulgaria.png Bulgaria to the south.


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Icon allcountries.gif Geography

Regions of Romania

The original territory of Romania is composed of several regions: MunteniaBanatCrisanaBucovinaDobrogeaMaramuresMoldovaOltenia, and Transilvania.

Its current territories are listed below:

Original Owner Resource Map
Moldova Icon-capital.gif Icon-Romania.png Icon - Wood.png Wood Region-Moldova.png
Banat Icon-Romania.png Icon - Cattle.png Cattle Region-Banat.png
Bucovina Icon-Romania.png Icon - Deer.png Deer Region-Bucovina.png
Central Hungary Icon-Hungary.png Icon - Clay.png Clay Region-Central Hungary.png
Central Transdanubia Icon-Hungary.png Icon - Sand.png Sand (resource) Region-Central Transdanubia.png
Crisana Icon-Romania.png Icon - Grain.png Grain Region-Crisana.png
Dobrogea Icon-Romania.png Icon - Grain.png Grain Region-Dobrogea.png
East Midlands Icon-United Kingdom.png Icon - Oil.png Oil Region-East Midlands.png
East of England Icon-United Kingdom.png Icon - Oil.png Oil Region-East of England.png
Eastern Slovakia Icon-Slovakia.png Icon - Deer.png Deer Region-Eastern Slovakia.png
Emilia-Romagna Icon-Italy.png Icon - Fruits.png Fruits Region-Emilia-Romagna.png
Gotland Icon-Sweden.png Icon - Cattle.png Cattle Region-Gotland.png
Jammu and Kashmir Icon-India.png Icon - Iron.png Iron Region-Jammu and Kashmir.png
Jilin Icon-China.png Icon - Cattle.png Cattle Region-Jilin.png
Kerman Province Icon-Iran.png Icon - Fruits.png Fruits Region-Kerman Province.png
Liaoning Icon-China.png Icon - Iron.png Iron Region-Liaoning.png
Lower Carniola Icon-Slovenia.png Icon - Grain.png Grain Region-Lower Carniola.png
Maramures Icon-Romania.png Icon - Granite.png Granite Region-Maramures.png
Mid Andes Icon-Peru.png Icon - Fish.png Fish Region-Mid Andes.png
Mpumalanga Icon-South Africa.png Icon - Cattle.png Cattle Region-Mpumalanga.png
Muntenia Icon-Romania.png Icon - Oil.png Oil Region-Muntenia.png
North Carolina Icon-USA.png Icon - Fruits.png Fruits Region-North Carolina.png
Northern Basarabia Icon-Republic of Moldova.png Icon - Deer.png Deer Region-Northern Basarabia.png
Northern Great Plain Icon-Hungary.png Icon - Cattle.png Cattle Region-Northern Great Plain.png
Northern Hungary Icon-Hungary.png Icon - Iron.png Iron Region-Northern Hungary.png
Northern India Icon-India.png Icon - Cattle.png Cattle Region-Northern India.png
Northwest Croatia Icon-Croatia.png Icon - Grain.png Grain Region-Northwest Croatia.png
Northwest Territories Icon-Canada.png Icon - Fish.png Fish Region-Northwest Territories.png
Oltenia Icon-Romania.png Icon - Grain.png Grain Region-Oltenia.png
Rio Grande do Sul Icon-Brazil.png Icon - Iron.png Iron Region-Rio Grande do Sul.png
Southern Cyprus Icon-Cyprus.png Icon - Fish.png Fish Region-Southern Cyprus.png
Southern Great Plain Icon-Hungary.png Icon - Fruits.png Fruits Region-Southern Great Plain.png
Southern Transdanubia Icon-Hungary.png Icon - Fruits.png Fruits Region-Southern Transdanubia.png
Styria Icon-Austria.png Icon - Aluminum.png Aluminum Region-Styria.png
Transilvania Icon-Romania.png Icon - Cattle.png Cattle Region-Transilvania.png
Western Transdanubia Icon-Hungary.png Icon - Aluminum.png Aluminum Region-Western Transdanubia.png
Zulian Icon-Venezuela.png Icon - Oil.png Oil Region-Zulian.png

Icon-social-mic-home.gif Society

Romania icon small.png Languages

The official language in Icon-Romania.png Romania is Icon-Romania.png Romanian. Because of the foreigners in the country Icon-UK.png English is also used.

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Citizen-shape.gifCitizen-shape.gifCitizen-shape.gif Population

The population of Icon-Romania.png Romania is currently stagnating. Naturally, the biggest region is the capital region Muntenia with over 1,100 citizens, followed by Transilvania and Moldova with over 655 citizens. Other important regions are Banat, Dobrogea and Oltenia each with a population number around 400 citizens. As of 11 Octomber 2013 there are 6,425 Icon-Romania.png Romanian citizens in Icon-Romania.png Romania. The largest ethnic minorities are Icon-Bulgaria.png Bulgarians, Icon-Hungary.png Hungarians and Icon-Ukraine.png Ukrainians. Also a high number of citizens from Icon-Republic of Moldova.png Republic of Moldova are always present in Icon-Romania.png Romania and vice versa. Approximately 1000 Icon-Romania.png Romanian citizens are currently working or fighting in other countries[1]. The most popular destinations are Icon-Spain.png Spain, Icon-Greece.png Greece, Icon-USA.png USA and Icon-Poland.png Poland.

Elite Citizens


Society Builders

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The official currency in Romania is the RON, Romanian New Leu (Romanian: Leu românesc). Exactly as in the rest of eRepublik countries, Gold can also be used in Romania.

Currency rates

Since December 31, 2007, Banca Nationala a Romaniei (National Bank of Romania) has been regulating the monetary market of Romania to ensure the stability of the exchange rates. Because the high number of monetary speculators and the monetary attacks during wars, the role of the National Bank of Romania is a very important one. Each month, the minister of economy, who leads the National Bank, is chosen by the president. As of 12 September 2013 the exchange rates are:

1 Icon-gold.gif = 214.440 Flag-Romania.png

1 Flag-Romania.png = 0.005 Icon-gold.gif

Icon-taxes.gif Taxes

Product Work Tax Import Tax VAT
Icon - Food Q3.png Food 5% 8%
Icon - Weapon Q2.png Weapon 1% 10%
Icon - Aircraft Q1.png Aircraft
Icon - Moving ticket Q3.png Tickets 99% 10%
Icon - House Q3.png Houses 10% 10%
Product Work Tax Import Tax VAT
Icon - Food Raw Materials.png Food raw material -
Icon - Weapon Raw Materials.png Weapon raw material -
Icon - Aircraft Raw Materials.png Aircraft raw material -
Icon - House Raw Materials.png House raw material -

Country trading embargoes

Romania has country trading embargoes with the following countries:

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Constitution of Romania

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The list of Romania's Presidents is here.

The list of Romania's past governments is here.

The list of Romania's Institutions is here.

January 2014 Government

President: costin1989
Minister of Defence: ionutzd
Minister of Foreign Affairs: googoodoll, MirceaDrac
Governor of National Bank: 123Est, Nukeru
Minister of Education: mib_boby
Minister of Culture: Mlendea Horatiu
Media Minister: Copacescu

Icon - Congress.jpg Congress

Main article: Congress of Romania
Icon-Romania.png Congress results: 25 December 2013






Mayors In Romania

See the list of mayors in Romania from BETA.

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Category:Institutions of Romania

Icon-military-mic-home.gif Military

Icon-pact.gif MPPs

Romania has Mutual Protection Pacts with the following nation(s):

This country doesn't have any mutual protection pacts at the moment.


Romania is a former of the Northern Alliance, Icon-ATLANTIS.png ATLANTIS, Icon-EDEN.png EDEN member. Now is a neutral country.

Icon-warinprogress.gif ‎Wars

List of wars that Romania takes/took part:

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Romania is currently at war with:

Romanian Army

Current Military Units



Guerilla Fighters - Top 5


Top Fighters


This article describes some of the major events in Romanian history.

History of Romania

Romania - Republic of Moldova Union

Map of Greater Romania
Because of the newly added war module the Moldavian and Romanian presidents, Pan Halippa and Titu Maiorescu, launched referendums in both countries for the union of Romania and Republic of Moldova.

After the referendums [2][3] in which the majority of voters agreed with the union, the nation of Republic of Moldova became part of Romania through a war on April 4, 2008. This was the only official union based on a contract ever made in eRepublik[4][5][6].

Romania - Ukraine War

FAR - Fortele Aeriene Romane
During his first term as president of Romania, Alex Craciun from the eUniunea Gamerilor Democrati party, declared war to Ukraine. The official reason for this war was that Romania wanted some historical regions from Ukraine. Because of the much smaller population Ukraine and its ally Turkey resisted only a few days, from May 14 till May 17. Also, at that time was founded one of the most famous, respected and feared corps of the Romanian army, FAR - Romanian Air Force.

June - July 2008

During this time, Romania took part as an ally of Greece in the First Balkan War. Other major event was Romania's decision to cancel its MPP with Hungary which lead to the deterioration of Romania's and Hungary's diplomatic relations. This period was a very politically active one. Other notable event was the political takeover led by Victor Petrescu in Ireland.

World War I

World War I started after Romania's president Alex Craciun declared war on Hungary. Romania's declaration came two days after the formation of the PEACE GC and was declared before many PEACE protection pacts with Hungary became active. After 5 days of hard battles, on September 3, Romania conquered all of Slovakia and almost all of Hungary including the former capital and biggest city in Hungary, Budapest. World War I was stopped by the Admin because of the bugs in the war module until the launch of V1.

September 2008 - December 2008, V1

Due to the huge amount of Hungarian citizens in Romania the month of September is known for the high amount of Hungarian articles in the Romanian media and for the creation of the Hungarian eRMDP-PDMeR party. After the launch of the V1 and the new war module Romania conquered another Hungarian region - Southern Transdanubia. However, due to changes in both leaders of the countries, peace talks were held until January 2009.

Romania - Russia War

In his fourth term as a president Alex Craciun on December 12, 2008 asked the congress to declare war on Russia. The first battle occurred on December 27, 2008 and that was battle for Moscow and Central Russia which Romania won against Russia and other 6 members of PEACE. After 10 days since the first battle, on January 6, 2009 Romania made the final assault and conquers all remaining Russia regions - Central Black Earth, Volga Vyatka and Western Siberia. This was done by a political takeover, lic_ptg becoming president of Russia with the help of the Romanian army. He retreated in all the regions which were attacked by Romania. The result of the war was - Russia conquered. Due to this success Romania get the most valuable regions in eRepublik which will help building the economy and preparing the next campaign in Asia.

The campaign in Asia

dsalageanu declared war on Iran on the 2nd of February. However the long-awaited war is interrupted by the region swapping between Iran, Indonesia and Pakistan. So on March 3, 2009 Romania declared war on Indonesia. Indonesia attacked Romanian conquered territories in Russia, conquering the Western Siberia and Northern Russia with the help of the Hungarian attacks on Romania. Romania looses Southern Great Plain and Southern Transdanubia after 7 months of Romanian occupation.

On March 19th, in an agreed staged war, Norway surrendered the Urals to Romania, allowing it to launch a counterattack on Indonesian forces and gaining control on Western Siberia. Over the next month Romania moved deep into Asia continuing their march to Karnataka a high iron region belonging to Indonesia, at the time the only high-iron region owned by PEACE, besides that of Brazil. Using the puppet-state of Pakistan (led by Han Solo, after the Romanian political takeover - Operation Great Justice) Romania quickly took control of most of China, before pushing westwards into Pakistan. At the high point of the war, the Romanian empire had over 40 regions and had reached the south coast of India.

But when the Romanian army reached the last region that separates it from Karnataka (Tamil Nadu), Indonesia makes a RW and India regains Karnataka. As the declaration of war would be expensive, Romania made an agreement with India, Romania attacking India in exchange for some regions and a Q5 hospital. India agree, but the delay of 24 hours was enough to Hungary to attack Romania, so Indonesia took the initiative and changed the war course. In the last days of March, Romania hands the Ukrainian region Volhynia to Poland and thus involving her in the Romanian - Hungarian war. In April Romania swaps a couple of times Northern Hungary so that Hungary could not regain it. But on April 5 Hungary takes back Northern Hungary from Poland. Romania grants Western Siberia to Norway and Norway gives a couple of its Russian regions to Finland just minutes before the Hungarians made a PTO in Norway. At the end of April, Indonesia, China, Russia and Iran continue to attack Romania. On April 30 South Africa enters the war by attacking Indonesia which will be regretted later.

On may 13, 2009 starts the battle of Podolia and after a few hours the battle of Western Siberia, the most contested and rich region in the world. In the battle participated almost all ATLANTIS and PEACE armies, battle in which Indonesia is penalized because of a bug that adds almost 200,000 wall knocked down[7], which causes Romania to enter a non-combat mode, and demand a more thorough investigation and a higher penalty. This was the day eRepublik was unofficially declared dead. On may 15 Romania looses Western Siberia to Indonesia and Podolia to Hungary. This controversial end of the war was the end of the Romanian Empire[8].

ONE invasion of Romania and annexions

Hungary and Poland declare war to Romania and conquered the country after shorts fights.Hungary taken the Transilvania, Crisana, Oltenia and Banat. Poland take Moldova, Muntenia, Dobrogea and Bucovina. Also the two countries were ally in her wars. Banat started a resistance war and win.

Icon-media-mic-home.gif Media

Romania has an active media sector. Altough spam is not tolerated most users don't report it but explain in the comments that what they wrote is spam and that they should only do articles regarding eRepublik. Most of the spam articles are published by media newcomers.

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This is the list of official governmental newspapers of Flag-Romania.png Romania :

Subscribers Logo Newspaper Editor
Ministerul Apararii
Ministerul Apararii
Ministry of Defense
Ministerul Educatiei
Ministerul Educatiei
Ministry of Education
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Monitorul Oficial
Monitorul Oficial
Official Gazette
Ministerul Media.jpg
Revista Presei
Ministerul Media
Media Ministry
BNR Daily
Banca Nationala a Romaniei
National Bank of Romania
Ministerul Culturii
Ministerul Culturii
Ministry of Culture
Observatorul Militar
Garda Nationala
National Guard
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Ministerul Afacerilor Externe
Ministerul Afacerilor Externe
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
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Institutul National de Statistica
Institutul National de Statistica
National Institute of Statistics

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See Also


  1. - eRepublik census data - demography - Romania
  2. Banca Nationala a Romaniei, Referendum for Union/Referendum pentru Unire, BNR Daily
  3. Pan Halippa, REFERENDUM!, Tanarul Revolutionar
  4. Pan Halippa, Traiasca eRomania Mare!!!, Tinarul Revolutionar
  5. Titu Maiorescu, De maine ne unim cu Moldova, The eVeniment
  6. Titu Maiorescu, To former Moldavian citizens/Pentru fostii cetateni moldoveni, The eVeniment
  7. Admin, Investigation Day, eRepublik Insider, May 2009
  8. Quicksilver, The glory and fall of empires V. - Romania, Legendarium

External Links

  1. eRomania Blog - The official eRomanian Blog