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The Environment And Its Relation To The Anthropic Element

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The reconstruction of the landscape of the southern half of Moldavia at the beginning of the second millennium is of great importance, and should demonstrate the character and extent of the influence of the geographic background on the evolution of human communities. In the evaluation of the natural environment in connection with the evolution of society, a range of specific aspects and nuances must be taken into consideration. The territory inhabited by Romanians has a well-marked individuality that, on the whole, and in spite of its large variety and complexity, has a remarkable homogeneity and symmetry. The Bugeac is not represent the western limit of the Eurasian steppes, which actually continue further to the south-west. The waters of the Black Sea wash Moldavia's shores between the mouths of the Danube and the Dniester, the distance between them being about one hundred kilometres.

Keywords: Black Sea; Bugeac; Danube; Eurasian steppes; human communities; Moldavia; natural environment; Romanians



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