Definition of Constanţa in English:


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Pronunciation: /kɒnˈstantsə
(also Constanza)
The chief port of Romania, on the Black Sea; population 305,550 (2006). Founded in the 7th century bc by the Greeks, it was under Roman rule from 72 bc. Formerly called Tomis, it was renamed after Constantine the Great in the 4th century.

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