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) is the county seat of Buzău County, Romania, in the historical region of Muntenia.
It lies near the right bank of the Buzău River, between the south-eastern curvature of the Carpathian Mountains and the lowlands of Bărăgan Plain.
It is not designated as a protected area itself, but a few species of plants are protected inside it, such as the fritillaria meleagris and iris brandzae.
In the neighboring communes of Țintești and Costești there are other remainders of Codrii Vlăsiei— Frasinu and Spătaru forests, respectively.
The latter also manages an ethnography exhibit in the city, as well as the Vasile Voiculescu memorial house in Pârscov and the amber exhibit at Colți.
(Mouseos) in a document written in Greek and dated 376 AD, recounting the martyrdom of Sabbas the Goth.
There are no universities based in Buzău, and only a few universities from other cities have remote learning facilities here. The city has a number of other secondary schools, in addition to elementary schools.
He suggested that the name comes from the Thracian root Buzes, with the addition of the -eu suffix, a form of the Greek-Latin suffix -aios.
The communist regime after World War II brought forced industrialization and the tripling of the city's population.
Some of the factories open at the time are still functioning within the framework of market economy. Hasdeu high-school (where Nobel laureate George Emil Palade studied) and Mihai Eminescu high-school.
the "Moldavia" theatre house was built in 1898 and used throughout the first half of the 20th century as the main concert and theatre hall, where artists such as George Enescu, C. After World War II, the industrialization of Buzău was forcefully accelerated, and its population tripled in less than 50 years; new inhabitants were brought to work in newly-built factories mainly in the South of the city.
Vergu-Mănăilă house is the oldest habitable building in Buzău, dating from the 1780s.
Except for a few churches, it is the only building from the time of successive destructions of Buzău (17th and 18th centuries).