Divided regions

Romanian Heritage Police Recover ‘Unique’ Lost Viking Helmet

Romanian police specialising in heritage crimes on February 7 recovered a medieval helmet "of Viking origin" that disappeared a decade ago, and which they called "unique in Romania" and very rare in the rest of Europe in an announcement issued on Friday.

A Romanian expert in historical illustration, Radu Oltean, said the helmet dated from the 11th century.

Some 30 migrants from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq, caught trying border crossing illegally

About 30 migrants from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq were caught in Romania in the past 24 hours trying to cross the border illegally into Hungary, hidden in lorries checked at the Nadlac II Border Crossing Point (PTF) or walking in the field. Migrants were found in six lorries checked at PTF Nadlac II, hidden among cargo, the Arad Border Police reported on Friday.

Approximately 4,800 persons enter Romania through Nadlac II in 24 hrs; in total - 17,000 since corridor opening

Approximately 4,800 persons with 2,700 vehicles entered Romania through the Nadlac II Border Crossing Point (PTF Nadlac II), in the past 24 hours, the total number of people crossing Hungary since the opening of the green corridor reaching 17,000 persons who had been blocked in Austria.

Several passenger buses coming from Germany, halted at Nadlac II border crossing point

Several buses with Romanians coming from Germany have been halted for a few hours at the entrance to Romania through the Nadlac II Border Crossing Point, for the medical triage of the passengers. The buses arrived on the night of Sunday to Monday and are still at the border.

President Iohannis, in Iasi: Romanians and Romania need Unirii Motorway

President Klaus Iohannis, who participates on Friday in the events dedicated to the Unification of the Romanian Principalities in Iasi, conveyed to the governors that the Romanians and Romania need the Unirii (Union - ed.n.) Motorway, a 'project enshrined by law', which 'obliges 'the state to build a high-speed motorway over the Carpathians, thus uniting the historical provinces, the head of st

6 Interesting Facts about Lapland

Lapland is a province and region in Finland with a population of nearly 190 thousand people and an area of ​​nearly 100 square kilometers. It borders Sweden, Norway, Russia and the Gulf of Bothnia, and its capital is Rovaniemi. 7 of Finland's 35 national parks are located in this province and there is also a place where you can see the extraordinary northern lights.