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"Ceamurlia" redirects here. For Ceamurlia de Sus village, see Baia, Tulcea.
Ceamurlia de Jos
Commune
Location of Ceamurlia de Jos
Location of Ceamurlia de Jos
Ceamurlia de Jos is located in Romania
Ceamurlia de Jos
Ceamurlia de Jos
Location of Ceamurlia de Jos
Coordinates: 44°44′N 28°43′E / 44.733°N 28.717°E / 44.733; 28.717Coordinates: 44°44′N 28°43′E / 44.733°N 28.717°E / 44.733; 28.717
Country Romania
County Tulcea
Component villages Ceamurlia de Jos, Lunca
Government
 • Mayor Mihai Cârciumaru (since 2004)
Area
 • Total 119.43 km2 (46.11 sq mi)
Population (2002)
 • Total 2,620
 • Density 22/km2 (57/sq mi)
Postal code 827035
Website http://www.cjtulcea.ro (Romanian)

Ceamurlia de Jos (meaning "Lower Ceamurlia") is a commune in the southeast of the Tulcea County of Romania. It has a total population of 2,620 and it has an area of 119,43 km². The Goloviţa Lake is located south of this commune. Its name is derived from Turkish Çamurlu, meaning "muddy".[citation needed]

A part of the inhabitants of this commune are Aromanians that were deported from Southern Dobruja, where they settled from the Southern Balkans during the Romanian rule of the region, after it was ceded back to Bulgaria in 1940 according to the terms of the Treaty of Craiova.

Ceamurlia de Jos commune is composed of two villages:

  • Ceamurlia de Jos, with a population of 1,258 and an area of 1,69 km²
  • Lunca, with a population of 1,362 and an area of 1,66 km², located 4 km east of the Ceamurlia de Jos village.

Ceamurlia de Jos was the place where the H5N1 strain of the avian influenza was found for the first time in Europe, being brought by migrating birds from Asia that passed through the nearby Danube Delta.

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Romania Libera

Romania Libera
Tue, 21 Jul 2015 12:18:08 -0700

... Filmului Interetnic“ de la Tulcea continuă miercuri cu „seara bulgară, megleromână și germană“, în care pe scena festivalului vor evolua Ansamblul megleno-român „Altona“ din comuna Cerna și Grupul de dansuri bulgărești „Asiga“ din Ceamurlia de Jos, ...

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stirileprotv.ro
Wed, 17 Jun 2015 07:27:46 -0700

Barbatul, arestat acum pentru 30 de zile, detine mii de oi in localitatea Ceamurlia de Jos din judetul Tulcea. Unul dintre ciobani a reusit sa fuga din cusca unde era tinut de individ si asa s-a aflat povestea de groaza. Trupele speciale au descins la ...
 
Adevărul
Sat, 24 Sep 2011 08:35:24 -0700

Pensionarul de 60 de ani era din Ceamurlia de Jos. Avea copii, dar aceștia nu locuiau cu el. Din câte spun vecinii, ar fi avut un anturaj de persoane cunoscute pentru consumul excesiv de alcool, dar era un om respectat și apreciat de comunitatea locală ...

Digi 24

Digi 24
Mon, 30 Mar 2015 02:43:34 -0700

Focarul ameninţă comuna constănţeană Mihai Viteazu aflată la distanţă de trei kilometri şi localităţile tulcene Baia, Jurilovca şi Ceamurlia de Jos, aflate la 10 kilometri distanţă. Potrivi autorităţilor tulcene, oamenii au fost informaţi şi sfătuiţi ...

Radio Romania Actualitati

Radio Romania Actualitati
Fri, 27 Mar 2015 10:15:00 -0700

Reprezentantii Biosferei Deta Dunarii au dispus deja demararea unei campanii de informare în localităţile Jurilovca – Portiţa, Vişina, Lunca, Ceamurlia de Jos şi Baia, in cadrul asociaţiilor de pescari precum şi a medicilor de familie din zona ...
 
Sydney Morning Herald
Sat, 15 Oct 2005 07:26:57 -0700

Precautions ... Health workers take geese to be slaughtered in Ceamurlia de Jos, Romania, yesterday following news that bird flu had been detected in local ducks. Photo: Reuters. European farmers have been told to keep poultry flocks away from ...
 
BBC News
Sun, 16 Oct 2005 22:44:03 -0700

Greece has become the latest country to report a case of bird flu as the virus appears to spread across Europe. The country's agriculture ministry said a form of the virus had been found in a turkey on a farm on the Aegean Sea island of Oinouses.
 
BBC News
Wed, 12 Oct 2005 17:00:00 -0700

Bird flu has been found at a second Romanian village 30km (20 miles) from the first site, officials say. Results showing whether this case, or the earlier confirmed outbreak, is the lethal H5N1 strain found in Turkey are expected in the coming days ...
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