Romania Great Union National Day History
Great Union Day, also known as Romanian National Day, celebrates the union of Romanian territories. On 1 December 1918, the Kingdom of Romania, then composed of Moldova and Wallachia, united with Transylvania, Crisana, Satmar, Banat and Maramures areas. 10 days later, on 11 December, King Ferdinand I signed the law and united the Romanian territories into one.
Great Union Day is celebrated annually on 1 December to mark the date on which the union was agreed upon. Throughout the years, the date has changed to mark other monumental events in Romania's history however now it is always celebrated on 1 December. The day has been celebrated officially since 1990 after Soviet and communist rule fell in Romania.
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