Visual artist Geta Brătescu, considered a key figure of the Eastern European art in the period following the Second World War, passed away on...

Firemen Museum in Bucharest to undergo EUR 4.5 mln refurbishment

The Foişorul de Foc National Museum of the Firemen will be refurbished and upgraded as part of an EU funds project, managed by the...

Romania buys traditional pottery for EU Council presidency promotion

The Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs published last Friday, September 14, the announcement of the public tender for the acquisition of Romanian ceramic pottery...

Romania, among the last in EU on recreation, culture and religion spending

General government expenditure on recreation, culture and religion in Romania represented 0.9% of the gross domestic product (GDP) in 2016, under the EU average...

Writer Éric Vuillard, winner of France’s top literary prize, tours Romania this autumn

French writer Éric Vuillard, the winner of the 2017 Prix Goncourt, will come to Romania this autumn to launch his book L’Ordre du jour,...

Govt. launches Romania’s Digital Library project

The Government approved on Wednesday, September 5, the launch of the E-cultura: Romania’s Digital Library project. The project, which is coordinated by the Culture Ministry,...

Orthodox Synagogue in Romania’s Oradea inaugurated after restoration

The Orthodox Synagogue in the western Romania city of Oradea has reopened officially on September 3 after a lengthy restoration process. The building underwent extensive...

Authors Jonathan Franzen, Sylvie Germain at literature festival in Romania

Authors Jonathan Franzen and Sylvie Germain are among the guests of this year’s edition of the Iaşi International Literature and Translation Festival (FILIT). The...
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George Enescu International Competition starts in Bucharest

The George Enescu International Competition, which takes place between September 1 and September 23, brings together 270 young musicians from 39 countries competing in...

Romanian inter-ministry committee approves Centennial projects worth EUR 10 mln

The inter-ministry committee in charge with preparing Romania’s Centennial celebration approved on Wednesday, August 29, another 114 eligible projects worth RON 45.5 million (close...

The Telegraph feature tells story of old Dacia car owned by dictator Ceausescu and...

British publication The Telegraph has published a feature about a 1982 Dacia car, which was used to drive late Romanian communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu...

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