romanian literary monthly

Prof.dr.Viorel Roman (University Bremen, Germany): “The Danubian Border “

The Rhin -Danube canal is on the way of becoming again the main trade route of Europe, this time in the absence of ideological blocks, the same way as in the past, after hundreds of years of experience, the Romans have established a zone of cooperation, control, and trade between the Empire and the rest of the world. In the Middle Ages, the migrating peoples, in-heritors of the Roman Empire, have remade the continental imperial struc-tures by changing the old „limes” (border area) from the Rhine to the Da-nube into many borders, which, with time, have created three great regions: Western Europe, Central Europe and Eastern Europe, without changing by this the Danube’s (2860 km) old role. In 1095, the Western Crusaders were heading toward the Holly Land along the Danube. The complicated bor-ders of the feudal period have >>>>

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