What does “Romania” mean?

source: urban city (no.13)

How true! 🙂

2 responses to “What does “Romania” mean?

  1. Andrea July 12, 2011 at 23:41

    -_- Romania is a country… (I’m Romanian)

  2. Andrei September 13, 2011 at 05:40

    People are so stupid… This whole vampire thing is so stereotypical started because of some Romanian legend that has roots that dont even come from Romania (partly but not all of it, contributiions from neighboring countries). Vlad Tepes was a Romanian king who impaled people with a sharpened pole and hung it up around the borders of Romania to scare the visious Turks. In fact the people with poles in them were Turks. So you see, Vald was not really mean, he was setting an example in a somewhat odd manner to keep away the Turks who would not learn their lesson. The Otoman Empire was huge and the Romanians would burn the fields and crops after the people deserted and when the turks crossed, they and their horses would starve, they hid in the mountains and ambused them. Also the wells were poisoned and so were the rivers. The Turks wanted to conquer Romania, steal its woman, and get gold from the mountains. Romania wanted peace. I am Transylvanian (Carpathian region of Romania)

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