It is a source for irrigation and hydroelectric power.Serious environmental problems include soil erosion and water and air pollution from unregulated industrial development.The three regions—Walachia, Moldavia, and Transylvania—are relatively culturally uniform.
Roman domination of the region lasted only until 271 but had a formative and long-lasting influence.
Many Romans stayed and intermarried with the Dacians, helping to shape the customs and language of the region.
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In 1601, the principalities of Moldavia, Walachia, and Transylvania were united for the first time under Prince Michael the Brave.
During Michael's reign, Romania maintained a degree of sovereignty, but after his death, the Turks again dominated the region.In 1821, an uprising in Walachia against the Greek rulers ended in the execution of the Romanian leader Tudor Vladimirescu, which further fanned desires for independence.The 1829 Treaty of Adrianpolie replaced Greek rule with Russian. In 1859, Prince Alexander Cuza was elected ruler of a united Moldavia and Walachia; three years later, the country was renamed Romania (then spelled Rumania).Magyar (the language of ethnic Hungarians) and German are spoken, as are Serbian, Ukrainian, Slovak, Czech, Bulgarian, and Turkish.The language of the Roma population is Romany, although many Roma combine that language with Romanian. The flag consists of blue, yellow, and red vertical stripes that symbolize Transylvania, Moldavia, and Walachia, respectively.The German population has also decreased significantly.