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Danube Black Sea Canal

The Danube-Black Sea Canal is the only Romanian waterway that connects the Danube to the Black Sea. It makes the connection between the ports of Cernavoda, Constanța and Midia Năvodari. Moreover, communicating with the Rhine-Main-Danube canal, the Danube-Black Sea corridor ensures a very good trade route between the North Sea and the Black Sea. The controversial and long-delayed construction of the canal began in 1949, during the time of Gheorghe Gheorghiu Dej and ended, after huge physical and financial efforts and repeated interruptions, only in 1984. The Danube-Black Sea Canal was inaugurated with pomp in the time of Nicolae Ceausescu, on May 26, 1984. He is currently the subject of several international maritime conventions to which Romania is a party.