The Romanian Diaspora will have over 800 polling stations available to cast their vote in the first round of the presidential elections, which are due next week.
They will have three days available for voting - November 8-10 in the first round of elections. The second round will take place on November 22-24.
The Foreign ministry has published an interactive map with voting stations for the Romanian elections across the world
Most of the stations will be organised in Spain - 143 of the total 835. Another 142 will be organised in Italy. Both countries have major Romanian communities.
Germany will have 79 polling stations, while the UK - 72, of which 18 are in London.