Tulcea County is located in south-eastern Romania, in North Dobrogea, and is crossed by 45 parallel, north west and is bordered to the east of the Danube and Black Sea.
Tulcea is 30 meters high and 292 km from Bucharest.
It is situated on seven hills hills of Tulcea, on a house inhabited continuously since Gumelniţa culture period (2900-2200 BC), continuing with Aegyssus Greek settlement (eighth century BC), the port and the city dating from Roman I - II AD, the city of Tulcea
appointed time of Mircea the Old. Under Ottoman rule the town decades, a reversal occurring with the opening of the Sulina channel.