Northernmost point: Horodiștea, a village in Botoșani County, on the border with Ukraine, 48°15′N 26°43′E
Historical: Babin, Cernăuți County (now Babin, Chernivtsi Oblast, Ukraine)
Southernmost point: Zimnicea, a town in Teleorman County, on the border with Bulgaria, 43°40′N 25°22′E
Historical: Ecrene, Caliacra County (now Kranevo, Dobrich Province, Bulgaria)
Westernmost point: Beba Veche, a village in Timiș County, on the border with Hungary and Serbia, 46°08′N 20°19′E
Easternmost point: Sulina, a town in Tulcea County, on the Danube Delta, 45°09′N 29°40′E. Also the easternmost point in the contiguous EU (21 states).
Historical: Bugaz, Cetatea Albă County (now Zatoka, Odessa Oblast, Ukraine)
Highest Point: Moldoveanu Peak, in the Făgăraș Mountains, (2,544 m), 45°35′57″N 24°44′10″E
Lowest Point: Black Sea shore
List of extreme points of Romania Wikipedia
This is a list of the extreme points of Romania, the points that are farther north, south, east or west than any other location.