Capidava

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Internationalization
English: Capidava was a fortified Geto-Dacian center, on the right bank of the Danube. After the Roman conquest of Dacia it became a Roman city and castra in the province of Scythia Minor (modern Dobruja). It is located in the village with the same name, Capidava, in Constanţa County, Romania.
Română: Capidava a fost un centru fortificat geto-dac, apoi cetate romană, pe malul drept al Dunării dobrogene, pe locul unde se află astăzi satul cu același nume Capidava.

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