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© www.balkanikfestival.ro – Balkanik Festival 2013 in Bucharest

Balkanik Festival 2013

Balkanik Festival 2013 brings together the old masters of lute and the new architects of sound. In fact, it is the first Festival in the world dedicated to Balkan music and culture. This year, the great Romanian artist Maria Tănase will be celebrated in an incendiary atmosphere created by Alexander Balanescu Quartet, a professional composer […]

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August

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© www.jurnalul.ro – Romanian Female Pilot Mariana Dragescu

Mariana Drăgescu – Romanian Female Pilot

Mariana Drăgescu was the last surviving member of the White Squadron and the only one that fought against both Russian and Nazi German fronts, saving more than 1.500 injured people. Above all, Romania was the only country in the world that allowed women to pilot medical missions during the World War II.

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July

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© http://regina-maria-a-romaniei.blogspot.ro/ - Marie, Queen of Romania

Marie – Queen of Romania

After the First World War, Queen Marie declared that “Romania needs a face and I will be that face”. Passionate and charismatic, her intervention led to an expanded by 60% Romanian territory. Mother of the Wounded, Marie of Romania is considered the Idol of the Romanian Army.

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July

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© www.shortsup.ro - The Great Picnic in Bucharest

The Great Picnic – An Urban Film Event in Bucharest

If you love quality films and you want to enjoy them at a spectacular urban picnic, you must go to “The Great Picnic” organized by ShortsUP project on 13th of July, inside the great Botanical Garden of Bucharest.

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June

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© www.gandul.info – Dance of Sanziene in Romania

Sânzienele – Romanian Term for the Good Fairies of Love

Dimitrie Cantemir was the first Romanian scholar who studied this traditional celebration with ancient roots. Every year, on 24th of June, Sânzienele come down to Earth and bless the Romanian territory with love and magic. They also became the first pagan celebration that appears on the Orthodox Christian calendar.

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May

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© www.paginiromanesti.ca – Mircea Vulcanescu – Romanian Scholar

Mircea Vulcănescu – Great Romanian Scholar

Mircea Vulcănescu’s complex personality made him an erudit: professor of ethics, great orator and negotiator, religious spirit, philosopher, sociologist and economist. Before his dramatic death, his last will was: Do not take revenge for us!

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April

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© http://www.primariapitesti.ro – Tulip Simphony in Pitesti, Romania

Tulip Symphony in Pitești

When tulips were brought in Pitești city (Argeș county), a tradition of celebrating colour and love has started. Since 1977, Tulip Symphony is the event where the exhibitors’ stands and the flowerbeds scatter all over the city. As it is one of the most important floral and cultural events here, Pitești received the “Romanian Netherlands” title.

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April

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© www.4tuning.ro – Romanian automobile IMS

IMS – The First Automobile Produced in Romania

IMS models are the first cars produced in Romania, in Câmpulung Muscel. Here, a memorable tradition of quality and specially designed cars for rugged terrain started in 1957.

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March

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© www.subcarpati.com – Subcarpati Romanian Band

Subcarpați – Modern Folklore Romanian Band

With a boundless love for Romanian folklore, Subcarpați band members “translate” the original messages and customs through electronic devices and hip-hop Romanian spirit.

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March

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© www.icoana.net – Romanian Priest Arsenie Boca

Arsenie Boca – Romanian Orthodox Personality

Person of Excellence, Arsenie Boca is one of the most important Orthodox personalities from Romania. Dedicated to achieving spiritual accomplishment, he left his previsions and prayers for Romanian people and future.

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