| Black Sea Coast|
- geographical situation: it is situated in the south-eastern part of Romania, between the Danube and the Black Sea, in the south of Dobrudja;
- neighbours: in the east-the Black Sea; in the west-Ialomi-the north-Br㩬a, Tulcea; in the south- Bulgaria;
- surface: 7,071 square km;
- population: 746,000 inhabitants;
- towns: CONSTANށ - capital of the county (with 348,000 inhabitants, big harbour of the country, industrial, trade, cultural and university centre, spa and famous archaeological point); Basarabi; Cernavod㻠Eforie; HⲺova; Mangalia; N㶯dari; Negru Vod㻠Ovidiu; Techirghiol.
- relief: the structure is that of a plateau (100-200 m in height), belonging to the Sothern Dobrudja Plateau and to the Central Dobrudja Plateau (the Casimcea Plateau), decreasing from south to north, towards the Carasu Valley and from the Danube to the Black Sea-s shore;
- climate: it is continental with excessive influences-very hot and dry summers, cold winters, north-eastern strong winds, the rainfalls are rare and not uniformly distributed;
- watercourses: with short rivers which get drained during the hot season, the most important ones are located in the north: Casimcea, Carasul, or short hydrographic networks flowing towards the Danube (Topolog), or towards the lakes along the Black Sea-s shore (Casimcea). On the Carasu valley, the Danube-Black Sea Chanell was dug over a distance of pe 64, 2 km.