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Sulina

 

a city in Rumania, in the district of Tulcea; a port on the Black Sea, on the Sulina branch of the Danube River delta. Population, 4,500 (1974). Sulina, the easternmost population center of Rumania, is a popular tourist site. Industries include fish processing and metalworking.


Sulina

 

(also Braful Sulina), the central branch of three branches and the main navigable branch of the Danube River delta in Rumania. As a result of straightening and deepening, the Sulina for much of its length is an artificial channel 84 km long, 120 to 150 m wide, and 7 to 7.5 m deep. Two port cities are situated on the branch—Tulcea at the origin of the branch and Sulina at the mouth.

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RO87TREZ6445006XXX000177 Sulina opened at the Treasury, subject to confirmation by the issuing bank to the opening date.
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Despite British protestation in both Sofia and Bucharest, the refugees eventually boarded the maritime ship Noemi Julia in the port of Sulina (Black Sea) and arrived in Haifa after an 83-day journey.
Peacefully at home on 29th November 2012, Robert (Bob), beloved husband of the late Sulina, loving dad of Sulina, Christine and Ronnie, granda to Eleonar, John and Jack, great granda to Olivia.
The Border Police inspects the passports of those who travel in or out Romania and protect the specific interest of the state along the interior Danube and Sulina Channel.
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In the 1860s, European leaders internationalized the Danube region and dredged one navigable channel through the delta--called the Sulina arm--to open the European interior to bigger ships.
Implementing agency : Regia Autonoma Administratia Zonei Libere Sulina
The Sulina Canal is a component of the Pan-European Transport Corridor VII, connecting the Danube with the Black Sea on Romanian territory.