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The consulates    EN

Author: ARDELEANU KONSTANTIN

 

Consulate [1]

Date of establishment

Austria (Austria–Hungary)

1861 (vice–consulate, then consulate)

Belgium

1880 (vice–consulate, then consulate)

Bulgaria

? (consular agency, then vice–consulate)

France

1862 (vice–consulate)

Prussia (Germany)

1865 (vice–consulate)

Great Britain

1862 (vice–consulate)

Greece

? (consular agency, then vice–consulate)

Italy

? (consular agency, then vice–consulate)

Russia

? (vice–consulate)

Spain

? (vice–consulate)

Sweden–Norway

? (vice–consulate)

The Netherlands

? (vice–consulate)

Turkey

1879 (consulate)

 


[1] The list is based on M. D. Ionescu, Cercetări asupra oraşului Constanţa. Geografie şi istorie (Bucharest: Tipografia şi Fonderia de Litere Thoma Basilescu, 1897), 58–59 and Idem, Dobrogea în pragul veacului al XX-lea (Bucharest: Atelierele Grafice I. V. Socecu, 1904), 897–900; in 1881 there were at Constanţa vice–consulates of England, Greece, France, Sweden–Norway, Germany, Italy, Russia and Austria, and consulates of Turkey and Belgium – Dobrogea între medieval și modern, 1406–1918, edited by Virgil Coman, Carmen Dobrotă, Claudia Turcitu (Constanța: Ex Ponto, 2008), 130–131.


References

Dobrogea între medieval și modern, 1406–1918 [Dobrudja between Medieval and Modern, 1406–1918], edited by Virgil Coman, Carmen Dobrotă, Claudia Turcitu (Constanța: Ex Ponto, 2008).

Ionescu Dobrogeanu, Marin, Dobrogea în pragul veacului al XX-lea [Dobrudja at the Beginning of the 20th Century] (Bucharest: Atelierele Grafice I. V. Socecu, 1904).

Ionescu, M. D., Cercetări asupra oraşului Constanţa. Geografie şi istorie [Researches on the City of Constanţa. Geography and History] (Bucharest: Tipografia şi Fonderia de Litere Thoma Basilescu, 1897).


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