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Braila is an ancient settlement on the left bank of the Danube, appearing with the name "Drinago" in an old geographical description and Spanish travelers, "Libro del conoscimiento" (1350), and on some maps Catalan (Angellino of Dalorto, 1325 - 1330 and Dulcert Angelino, 1339). It is said that Brayla in 1368 in transport and trade privilege granted Brasov merchants. The city was occupied by the Turks in 1538-1540, the (mange or kaza) from 1554 until the end of the Russo-Turkish War of 1828-1829, during which it is called Ibrail. In the fifteenth century Braila name is remembered as Breil, a mention of Chancery ruler "Ttibor in Transylvania". Flourishing period has the early twentieth century, it is a major port of entry and exit of goods from Romania. It is accessible by small ships and environments.
Braila | Braila is a city, the capital and largest city of Braila County in northeastern historical region Muntenia, South-eastern Romania. The city is situated on the left bank of the Danube.
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