|1690 Eforie Sud beach|
Posted on 24.06.2015, 30.07.2015, 20.04.2016
Eforie is a town and a holiday resort on the Black Sea shore, located at about 14km south of Constanţa. It was founded by the aristocrat Ion Movilă in 1899, when he erected a hotel named Băile Movilă (Movilă Spa). In 1928, the spa was renamed Carmen-Sylva, after the pen name of Queen Elisabeth of Romania. In 1950, after the establishment of the Communist regime, the name of the city was changed again to Vasile Roaită to honor a railway worker shot dead during the Griviţa Strike of 1933. In 1962, the city was renamed yet again to Eforie Sud.
|1793 Eforie Sud|
In 1966, the city of Eforie was created by merging Eforie Sud with the northern resort Eforie Nord. Formally, the city is composed of Eforie Sud, the administrative centre, and Eforie Nord, a dependent village. Many other hotels were built here over the years, most of them during the communist regime. In the south-west is Techirghiol Lake , known for the healing properties of the mud, so that the recreational tourism combines with the spa tourism. It is a quiet town with wide streets, with many villas and houses that provide tourists good comfort at reasonable prices.
|2475 Eforie Nord beach in 1980s|
Narrow beach is stretched over a length of 2km, at the feet of the seafront, that reaches the greatest height of all the romanian resorts (30m). All along the beach the entry into the sea is made smoothly, and the sand has a bigger granulation that that of Mamaia resort. The resort is a pleasant destination for both relaxation and treatment. Eforie Nord, the second size seacoast resort from Romania, is well-known for its treatments with natural factors existing here, which are available all year round. The wooded areas, that surround the resort, bring freshness and relaxation in Eforie Nord.
About the stamp
On the postcard 1690
The stamp, depicting Common Lungwort (Pulmonaria officinalis L.), is part of the first series Flora of Romania - Fauna flowers (I), about which I wrote here.
On the postcard 1793
The stamp is part of the third set of a very extensive series, entitled Romanian Pottery, about which I wrote here.
On the postcard 2475
The stamp is part of the series Folk Art, issued on 1982.
Eforie - Wikipedia
Eforie Sud (rom) - Plaja Azur
Senders 1690, 1793: Carmen şi Cătălin Jucătoru
1690: Sent from Eforie Sud (Constanţa / Romania), on 26.07.2012
1793: Sent from Eforie Sud (Constanţa / Romania), on 10.08.2011
Sender 2475: Viorel Udrescu
Sent from Eforie Nord (Constanţa / Romania), on 27.07.1984
Photo: Al. Florescu