Romania questions This is a list of recently added questions about Romania. Which European capital was hit by a major earthquake in 1977?Bucharest. At 21:22, on the evening of March 4, 1977, Bucharest was hit by an earthquake measuring a whopping 7.3 on the Richter scale. The city center suffered significant damage and many historic buildings were destroyed. The earthquake killed about 1,578 people in Romania (1,424 in Bucharest), and wounded more than 11,300.Created by: Monica Stillernatural disasters riddles »easy 79% BucharestBucharest3058ViennaVienna378PraguePrague289WarsawWarsaw125 Which language is a romance language (which descended from vulgar Latin)? Romanian. The Roman Empire withdrew from Dacia in AD 271-5, leaving it to the Goths. The history of the language between the 3rd century and the 10th century, when the area came under the influence of the Byzantine Empire, is unknown. Created by: Hitter smasherMediterranean riddles »hard 57% GreekGreek2988RomanianRomanian7440HungarianHungarian1323CroatianCroatian1197 In which European country, the most common surname comes from the word "priest"?In Romania. Such occupational surname could have been passed to next generations only in areas dominated by the Orthodox church, where priests are allowed to marry and have children. Popescu is the most common surname in Romania.Created by: globalquiz.orgsurnames riddles »very hard 38% in Portugalin Portugal3857in Polandin Poland1181in Icelandin Iceland1081in Romaniain Romania3753 What was the only country one in Europe to violently overthrow its communist regime?Romania. Ceaușescu’s regime collapsed after he ordered his security forces to fire on antigovernment demonstrators in the city of Timișoara on December 17, 1989. The demonstrations spread to Bucharest. Ceaușescu fled the capital in a helicopter but was captured by the armed forces. Three days later he got executed after a brief trial.Created by: globalquiz.orgcommunism riddles »average 64% PolandPoland1478RomaniaRomania7812HungaryHungary2051German Democratic RepublicGerman Democratic Republic714 Vlad III, Prince of Wallachia (1431–1476) known as Dracula, was posthumously dubbed Vlad the Impaler. Who was the most common victim?Turks. For most of his life, Vlad fought the Ottomans, who considered Wallachia as part of their empire. According to (most likely exaggerated) popular story, in 1462 Mehmed II retreated with his army after being sickened by the sight of 20,000 impaled corpses outside the Vlad's capital of Târgoviște.Created by: KasiaOttoman Empire riddles »hard 51% Christian missionariesChristian missionaries787TurksTurks3516virginsvirgins1726HungariansHungarians793 Where is Transylvania?In Romania. Transylvania is often associated with vampires due to Bram Stoker's novel Dracula and its film adaptations. Some aspects of Count Dracula fictional character have been inspired by the 15th century prince Vlad III the Impaler.Created by: Monica StillerEurope riddles »very easy 84% in Russiain Russia625in Romaniain Romania12642in Austriain Austria884in Australiain Australia765 Play Europe quiz and see all the questions.