Gheorghe Munteanu-Murgoci

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Gheorghe Munteanu Murgoci (July 20, 1872-March 5, 1925) was a renowned Romanian geologist, founder of the South-Eastern European Studies Institute in Bucharest. He was a member of the Romanian Academy.

As part of a group of professors, physicians, soldiers, etc., he helped bring Scouting to Romania.

Munteanu Murgoci was a native of Măcin.

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  • Ioana Frunte-Lată, Oameni de știință tulceni - Mic dicționar biobibliografic, Tulcea, 2015, p 94-101

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