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According to watchtutorials, the population of Romania is estimated to be around 19.5 million people, making it the seventh most populous country in the European Union. The largest ethnic group in Romania is Romanians, who make up 89% of the population, followed by Hungarians at 6.6%, Roma at 3.2%, and other minority groups at 1.2%. The majority of Romanians are Orthodox Christians, comprising 81% of the population, with other religious minorities such as Catholics, Protestants and Muslims making up a small portion of the population as well. Romania has a young population with an average age of 40 years old; approximately 25% are under 14 years old while only 11% are over 65 years old. The total fertility rate is 1.58 children per woman, which is one of the lowest in Europe and below replacement level. Romania’s population growth rate has been declining since 1989 due to emigration and low fertility rates; however, there has been some recent evidence that suggests this trend may be reversing due to increasing birth rates among younger generations and a decrease in emigration levels since 2009. Life expectancy for both men and women is 72 years old on average with a healthy life expectancy at 67 for men and 69 for women respectively. See iamhigher for Romania Population and Language.

Romania Political System, Famous People, Animals and Plants

Romania: political system According to COMPUTERMINUS.COM, Romania is a parliamentary democracy. At the head of the state is a president who is directly elected by the people every five years. Re-election is only possible one more time. The parliament is a bicameral system that is elected every four years. It consists of the House of… Read More »

How to get to Romania

Overview Romania is a country in Europe according to estatelearning. Romania (whose most famous resident was the Count of Dracula) – that means forests, medieval churches, coastal villages and historical sights. Bran Castle, consistently presented to tourists as Dracula’s Castle, is the country’s top tourist attraction, but Romania has much more to offer visitors. The… Read More »

Romania History: the Birth of the Romanian State

The path to freedom could no longer be stopped: the Romanians now demanded independence and in 1857 the election for the dīvān resulted in a triumphal victory for the nationalists. It is due to M. Kogălniceanu and his determination that the Paris Conference of 1858 recognized, albeit with many reservations (and without affecting the formal sovereignty of… Read More »