Sulina is a Danube River cruise port, free port and town in Tulcea County (Romania), with population around 4,000. Sulina is Romania's easternmost point.
- During 14th century, the town (port of Republic of Genoa / 1005-1815) was inhabited by a small number of fishermen, sailors and pirates. In 18th century, during Ottoman Empire (1299-1919) was constructed a lighthouse to serve communications between empire's Danubian Principalities and Istanbul. In early-19th century, Sulina became under control of Russian Empire (1721-1917).
- Greater development occurred after signing Treaty of Paris (1856), which ended Crimean War (1853-56). One of treaty’s terms determined the establishment of Danube European Committee, to conduct infrastructure works on Danube's mouth in order to make it floatable for larger ships.
- Popular tourist sites in Sulina include Sf Nicolae Church, Lighthouse, Cemetery, Danube flowing into Black Sea and forming Europe's biggest and best preserved delta. Danube Delta hosts more than 300 species of birds and 45 freshwater fish species in numerous marshes and lakes.
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