• jijila

    Jijila

    Jijila commune is one of the largest communes of Tulcea County, being located in its northwest, at a distance of 69 km from the county residence town. From a structural point of view, the surface of Jijila commune (that also includes the village Garvăn) falls into the tectonic unit of Măcin Mountains (in their north – western expansion).

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  • grindu

    Grindu

    Grindu commune is a settlement of people, from father to son mostly fishermen, that became, by will or by need, many of them farmers and animal breeders after the damming and draining of the marshes. Everything that happens in the village is linked to the boundless resources of the old river, the Danube. The stories, legends and memories of these people are one way or another, subjected to the great waters flowing for centuries on the edge of this locality.
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  • vacareni

    Văcăreni

    The locality is located in the north-west part of Tulcea County, at a distance of 16 km from Galaţi municipality and 12 km away from Măcin. The access in the locality is made on E 87, DN 22.
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  • Jijila commune is one of the largest communes of Tulcea County, being located in its northwest, at a distance of 69 km from the county residence town. From a structural point of view, the surface of Jijila commune (that also includes the village Garvăn) falls into the tectonic unit of Măcin Mountains (in their north – western expansion).

    Jijila commune developed due to some projects initiated by the local public administration that have been completed and implemented for the development of the local infrastructure. For this reason, Jijila village is among the first in the county which has natural gas network, to which is added a new network of drinking water supply, both for Jijila as well as for Garvăn. To all these are added two new schools built with European funds properly arranged and equipped.