down the Dobrina hill...
in the eastern part of Romania, at the intersection of the 46°41'
parallel with the 28° 03' eastern longitude meridian. Situated in the
depression with the same name, at the contact zone between the Moldavian
Central Plateau and the Hills of Falciu, at an altitude of 120m. The
city is surrounded by hills, not steep, but smooth, covered with
vineyards. It's special position, like in a giant bowl, made Husi to be
known as "The town between the vineyards". The European road E 581
passes through Husi and connects to the Republic of Moldavia through the
speaking, Husi city, former residence of Falciu county, is now one of
the cities of Vaslui County, and it has about 30.000 inhabitant.. The yearly average
temperature is 9,5°C with a maximum of 25,5°C in July and a minimum
of -3,8°C in January.
Among the hills enclosing the city (Dobrina, Corbu, Ochi, Voloseni and
Rusca), drain up to joint the brooks Sara and Turbata. Both of them
spring from Lohan hill, forming the stream Raiesti, which, after joining
with the stream Draslavat, forms the creek Husi. Surrounded by the
communes: Duda-Epureni, Stanilesti, Padureni, Cretesti, Tatarani si
Bunesti-Averesti, Husi is a city with a strong agricultural potential,
but the new shapes of the property system (totally private) shows a
tendency of developments in light industry (fabrics and footwear), at
the same time with the workers. (they are workmanlike and the costs of
productions are lower here)