Friday, October 8, 2010

Port of Basarabi

The Port of Basarabi is one of the largest Romanian river ports, located in the city of Murfatlar (formerly Basarabi) on the Danube-Black Sea Canal.

Interesting!

86 comments:

  1. nice work here... btw, I have Hayden Panetierre bubbled on Enhanced by MS Paint :P

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  2. just learned about this in history actually haha what a coincidence

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  3. Ai fost vreodata? Eu nu am apucat. Dar cred a e superb acolo, precum pe toata dunarea.

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  4. nice work man thnx for the post supp u mate

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  5. The wiki about it's pretty interesting.

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  6. I just got done with my GTL session this morning, and I was amused by your post

    keep up the solid work!

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  7. This is such a simple, yet BRILLIANT idea!

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  8. good job here!

    you just inspired more bubbles on "Enhanced by MS Paint"... check it out!

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  9. this post made me open my eyes and stop squinting!!!

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  10. you've got a great point on this one

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  11. awesome post, bro! waiting for MOAR

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  12. This is relevant to my interests

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  13. Never heard of it. Probably will never visit it, either :P

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  14. thanks for the comments on my blog!

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  15. I had no idea about this, thanks

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  16. I;m from Romania and i never visited this place...thanks for the info man :)

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  17. HAHA nice blog hehe check out my reviews and blogs :)

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  18. interesting, I didn't know that...

    GTL4life!

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  19. this is relevant to just what I was thinking about

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  20. This fact is not helping me today. Thanks for nothing. lol

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  21. You should start making some inextricably random but false facts and see if people catc on

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  22. u sir as as exciting as the random button on wikipedia

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  23. Lol @ OC-STEVEN.
    But seriously, I've been there and it is beautiful.
    Your article doesn't do it much justice hehe.

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  24. a couple of pics wouldnt be bad

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  25. nice to know that about the port

    btw, check out my new post on Enhanced by MS Paint :)

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  26. your posts are forever random :P

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  27. great stuff thanks for sharing!!

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  28. Romania eh. I got a couple cousins who live down there.

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  29. Cause knowledge is power!

    +follow, check my blog sometime if you will. :)

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  31. really neat, thanks for sharing your random article with us, i already forgot what it was after typing this.

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  32. Ok but can you do bigger articles?? :D

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  33. I love random facts, I get txt from Snapple random facts every day! did you know that The numbers '172' can be found on the back of the U.S. $5 dollar bill in the bushes at the base of the Lincoln Memorial.

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  34. It'd be better with pictures.

    Anyway, following and supporting,
    kensingtongoremovieblog.blogspot.com

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  35. Cools! I love to learn about other countries. Romania is interesting to me as well because so many of my blog viewers/followers are from there and I don't know why (but it's great).

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  36. i didn't hear that but it's new information

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  37. I would say it's interesting, but I'd be lying lol

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  38. it's new information to me ,thanks and supporting

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  39. interesting, i didn't know about this

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  40. Store that one in my random facts list...

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