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Ia – Traditional Romanian Blouse

Ia represents the voice of Romanian women, therefore a representative piece of Romanian folklore costumes. With handmade embroideries, it was imported by famous designers as it resonates with the authentic Romanian spirit.

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Maria Tănase – The Authentic Diva from Bucharest

Born in 1913, in Bucharest, Maria Tănase became famous due to her singing and acting performances. In love with Romanian folklore, she managed to collect more than 400 traditional songs and to make them famous within her country and abroad.

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Vasile Pârvan – The Great Romanian Historian and Archaeologist

Born in Perchiu, Huruieşti village, Vasile Pârvan brought endless material for the rewriting of Romanian historical culture as the importance of ancient Dacian, Roman and Greek cultures on nowadays Romanian territory. His devotion and hard work hastened his death, but his memoirs will always remain an important part of the Romanian spirit foundation.

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Ion Luca Caragiale – The Greatest Romanian Playwright

Fascinated by acting and theater world, the greatest Romanian playwright Caragiale set off his way to dramaturgy with low comedies, drama and feuilletons, but mainly with his short novels and theater comedies. In spite of the permanent criticism and a voluntary exile, he never stopped caring about the events from his country or about the particularity of Bucharest life.

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Mihai Eminescu – The Greatest Romanian Poet

The greatest Romanian poet of all times was born on 15th of January 1850. Born in a big family and raised in two beautiful places, he enjoyed living in communion with people and nature. Instead of bringing him fulfillment, all his future experiences made him very sensible and hastened his death in 1889. Nevertheless, he remains the last exponent of the European Romanticism.

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