[doh-broo-juh; Bulgarian daw-broo-juh]
- a region in SE Romania and NE Bulgaria, between the Danube River and the Black Sea. 2970 sq. mi. (7690 sq. km).
Romanian Do·bro·gea [daw-bro-jah] /ˈdɔ brɒˌdʒɑ/.
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The Dobruja plateau in southwestern Romania is the country's least important farming area.Area Handbook for Romania</p>
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- a region of E Europe, between the River Danube and the Black Sea: the north passed to Romania and the south to Bulgaria after the Berlin Congress (1878)Romanian name: Dobrogea (doˈbrodʒea)
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