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, Rom. Bucureşti, city (1990 pop. 2,394,284), capital and largest city of Romania, SE Romania, in Walachia, on the Dîmboviţa River, a tributary of the Danube. It is Romania's chief industrial and communications center.
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an administrative region in Rumania from 1960 to 1968. In 1968 the territory of the region was divided into the districts of Ialomiţa, Ilfov, and Teleorman.
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Separately, Galatasaray said they had signed contracts with Colombian goalkeeper Robinson Zapata from FC Steaua Bucuresti
for a year and a half.
Fenerbahce will take on Steaua Bucuresti
at Istanbul's Sukru Saracoglu Stadium at 22.05 (19.05 GMT) on Matchday 4.
(ROM) GROUP H: Besiktas (TUR) Sevilla (SPA) Bolton (ENG) Zenit St Petersburg (RUS) Vitoria Setubal (POR
Fenerbahce, the other Turkish team competing in UEFA Europe League, will host Steaua Bucuresti
in Istanbul for their fourth game in Group H.
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