Băneasa (Constaţa county)
The location of the city on the map Constanţa county coordinates: 44°4′12″N 27°42′0″E/44.07000°N 27.70000°E44°4′12″N 27°42′0″E. Băneasa city is located to the south-western side of Constanţa county, in the plateau area of Dobrogea platform, with 10,970 ha area. It is 93 km away from Constanţa city and 50 km awaz from Medgidia, the nearest city. It is located in the south-western of Constanţa county, with the following territorial demarcations: to the east: Ion Corvin commune, to the west: Lipniţa commune and the Republic of Bulgaria, to the north: Oltina and Ion Corvin communes and to the south: Dobromir commune and the Republic of Bulgaria. It consists of the following villages: Băneasa residence, Negureni, Făurei and Tudor Vladimirescu.
The climate in the Băneasa area is of continental type – marine, due to the western circulation of the air and the Black Sea influence. The climate is characterized by hot summers, sometimes hot and dry, as well as, by cold winters, often marked by powerful storms in the continental area. The Black Sea influence on the thermal regime manifests itself in the warm season of the year, the slight decrease of the monthly heating average, while in the cold weather, by its moderating action, which causes less lowered temperatures.
Băneasa locality is historically attested around the year 1750, initially being as a meeting point of the merchants crossing the Dobrogea province, from the left side of Danube. Originally, there was a illage in the area named Parachioi (money village). Since 1850, Băneasa is attested as locality, as well as, commune with judicial status, hang a church dated from 1850 and a Romanian school from 1869.