An earthquake with a magnitude of 3.8 occurred this morning in the Vranca seismic zone, Southeastern Romania, Agerpress reported, citing the National Institute of Geophysics.

The earthquake was registered at 6:51 local (and Bulgarian) time at a depth of 112 km.

The earthquake occurred 56 km east of Brasov, writes BTA.

Since the beginning of March, 16 earthquakes with a magnitude of 2.5 to 4.2 have been recorded in the seismic area of ​​Vranca and 49 earthquakes in the area of ​​Oltenia, Gorge County, with a magnitude of 2 to 4.9.

Five earthquakes in the seismic zone of Vranca

The strongest earthquake in Romania since the beginning of this year had a magnitude of 5.7.

It was recorded on February 14 in southwestern Gorge County, at a depth of 6.3 km.