The Romanian Orthodox Church celebrates Saint Ilie on July 20, a miracle worker and one of the most important prophets in the Old Testament. Similar...

King’s Day special: How royalty shaped modern Romania

Romania’s Royal Family ruled the country for less than 90 years, from 1866 until 1947, but this was a period of big changes that shaped...

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May 10 is a special day for Romania's Royal Family this year as it marks 150 years since its establishment. German Prince Karl von Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen (Carol I)...

Romania’s Royal House celebrates 150 years with special events in Bucharest and Sinaia

Romania's Royal House celebrates 150 years since it was established and the King's Day with a series of events in Bucharest and at the...

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With the Orthodox Easter due in days, you will find many Romanian women busy cooking traditional foods for family and friends. Painted eggs, lamb dishes, and...

Orthodox Easter in Romania: budgets and plans for 2016

Orthodox Easter is one of the most important religious celebrations in Romania, alongside Christmas. Traditions on such holidays are important and very important for 90%...

Special calendar: Easter brunches and fairs in Bucharest in 2016

The Orthodox Easter, one of the most important religious holidays in Romania, is just around the corner. On May 1 this year, the Romanians will...

Great weekend ahead for the flower industry as 2.5 million Romanians celebrate their name...

Romania celebrates two major religious holidays this weekend: St. George (Sfantul Gheorghe) on Sunday, April 23, and the Palm Sunday (Duminica Floriilor – Flowers’...

Discover Bucharest: Green and quiet – a visit to the Cotroceni museum

Casa Poporului has become one of the most easily recognizable tourist symbols of Bucharest. Even though this is understandable for the associations with the...
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Discover Bucharest: Primaverii Palace, the private residence of late dictator Nicolae Ceausescu

Nicolae Ceausescu is one of the most famous figures in Romania's history. He was the last dictator in the communist Romania, being the country's...

March 9, the day when Romanian men have an excuse to drink a lot

March 9 is an important date in Romanian tradition. It marks the beginning of the agricultural year and the passing of the cold winter...

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