Reflecting the close relationship between Romanians and nature that promotes sustainable economic growth and scientific innovation, the theme will also explore the country’s rich culture and history.
Romania’s Danube Delta is the second largest and best preserved in Europe. Formed over more than 10,000 years, it is the final destination for around 67 million tons of alluvia and sediment – the bulk of ten Great Pyramids – washed from the Alps and deposited every year. The Danube river flows for 1,788 miles from its springs in Germany to the Black Sea. Just before reaching the sea, it forms the Danube Delta – 2,200 square miles of rivers, canals, marshes, tree-fringed lakes and reed islands.