Where is Constanta Located?
Constanta and Mamaia are the oldest seaside resorts in Romania. Apart from the fact that Constanta, as a major port city with a good 330,000 inhabitants, is one of the economic focal points, this city still has many surprises.
What Country is Constanta in?
Constanta was founded in the 7th century BC by the Greeks, named Tomis. When the Roman Emperor Constantine I ruled here, the city was renamed with the name “Constantiana”. The Poet Ovid lived here. During a sightseeing tour you can see that not only Romans, but also the Dacians, the Celts and the Scythians left traces.
From 1413 to 1878 the city was under Turkish rule. After the Berlin Congress, the whole area and Constanta fell back to Romania. See ancient ruins, the Ovid monument, the old lighthouse, many churches, a mosque and a beautifully-located game casino, as well as a Dolphinarium and a Aquarium.
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