Bangsa Rumania

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Bangsa Rumania
Români
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Marthe BibescoConstantin BrâncuşiDimitrie CantemirHenri CoandăMihai EminescuGeorge EnescuAvram IancuNicolae IorgaMihail KogălniceanuTitu MaiorescuInocenţiu Micu-KleinLucia Sturdza Bulandra
Jumlah populasi
c. hingga 23.8 juta (including Moldovans)
Daerah dengan populasi signifikan
 Rumania16.869.816 (sensus 2011)[1]
 Moldova75.000 (sensus 2004)
2,815,175 (termasuk bangsa Moldova)[2]
 Italia796.000 penduduk Rumania[3]1
 Spanyol728.967 penduduk Rumania[4]1
 Amerika Serikat462.526 (sensus 2001)[5]
 Ukraina150.989 (sensus 2001)
409.608 (termasuk bangsa Moldova)[6]
 Jerman73.365 - 200.000 penduduk Rumania[7][8]
 Kanada79.650
192.170 (termasuk mixed origin)[9]
 Rusia5.308 (sensus 2002)
177.638 (termasuk bangsa Moldova)[10]
 Serbia34.576 (2002 census)
74.630 (termasuk Vlach Timok)[11]
 Austria29.044[12]
 Yunani25.375 (sensus 2006)
 Kazakhstan20.000[13][14]
 Britania Raya19.096 penduduk Rumania[15]
 Australia18.320[16]
 Prancis18.000 penduduk Rumania[12]
 Hongaria14.781[17]
 Swedia12.748 lahir di Rumania[18]
 Portugal10.818 penduduk Rumania[19]
 Bulgaria1.088 (sensus 2001)
11.654 (termasuk Vlach)[20]
 Afrika Selatan3.000
 Turki1.304 dari Rumania[21]
Bahasa
Bahasa Rumania
Agama
Gereja Orthodox Rumania, Katolik Roma, Protestan, Yahudi, Ateis

1 The numbers of Romanians in Italy and Spain represent only recent arrivals and many of them may have been already included in the 2002 Romanian census.

Bangsa Rumania bahasa Rumania: români adalah bangsa yang berasal dari Rumania, dan menuturkan bahasa Rumania. Mereka merupakan penduduk mayoritas di Rumania.

Bangsa Rumania adalah bangsa yang memiliki kesamaan budaya, nenek moyang dan bahasa ibu.

Dalam beberapa sensus tertentu, bangsa Moldova dihitung sebagai bangsa Rumania.

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  1. ^ Romanian Census Results 2002
  2. ^ [1] Data according to the CIA World Factbook
  3. ^ [2]
  4. ^ Instituto Nacional de Estadística: Avance del Padrón Municipal a 1 de enero de 2008. Datos provisionales. [3].[4]
  5. ^ [5].
  6. ^ As per the Sensus Ukraina (2001) (data-ro data-md).
  7. ^ Foreign-born population by country of origin, 2004, German Statistical Office. The number for Germany does not count more than one million Swabians and Saxons whose families historically lived in Banat and Transylvania, and who migrated to Germany at various times in the 20th century. This group of people still speaks Romanian.
  8. ^ [6] Estimated by the Romanian embassy in Germany
  9. ^ Statistics Canada, Canada 2006 Census. target audience - Demographic Information- Sarmis ROMEDIA
  10. ^ 2002 Russia Census
  11. ^ 2002 Serbia Census.
  12. ^ a b [7]
  13. ^ Ziua "20.000 de romani in Kazahstan"
  14. ^ Cotidianul [8]: reprezentantii comunitatilor romanesti din Kazahstan au avut cuvinte de lauda pentru sprijinul obtinut din partea Ambasadei Romaniei la Alma-Ata. Comunitatea numara nu mai putin de 20.000 de romani, deportati dupa 1945 din Basarabia si nordul Bucovinei.
  15. ^ [9]
  16. ^ 2006 Australian census reports 18,320 people of Romanian ancestry
  17. ^ 2001 Hungarian census
  18. ^ Foreign-born persons in Sweden by country of birth, 2005
  19. ^ [10]
  20. ^ Bulgarian Census, 2001.
  21. ^ [11]

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