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    Nufăru

    Nufăru commune is located in the northern part of Tulcea County, in the West of the Danube Delta. Proximities: to the North, Maliuc commune; to the East the territory of Tulcea municipality; to the West, Beştepe commune; to the South Valea Nucărilor commune. Nufăru can be reached on DJ 222C by car or regular transport trips in 20 minutes from Tulcea.

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    Mihail Kogălniceanu

    Mihail Kogălniceanu commune is located in the central-northern part of Tulcea County. The direct road connection is made on the national road DN 22 Tulcea – Constanţa. Mihail Kogălniceanu commune is an area with high potential in the zootechnical sector, this activity being performed within the livestock farms, in the population households and in small family associations.
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    Beştepe

    Beştepe commune is located in the North of Dobrogea 25 km from Tulcea town, on the county road 222 C, the road that links Tulcea of Mahmudia. From Tulcea town the link with Beștepe commune is possible only by road, while in the two villages belonging to the commune the tourists can reach also by fluvial means of transport.More

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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.