Romania Insider
11 August 2010

You might have listened to a Suie Paparude song recently, maybe without knowing the name of the band. Its recent song Soundcheck has quickly spread across Romania as it is broadcast on most radio stations.

Romania Insider
11 August 2010

The name of the alternative rock band Omul cu Sobolani, translated as 'The Man with Rats' has its roots in Freud's book, Rat-man.
The band was set up in 1997 in Constanta. OCS is made of Dan Amariei (vocals) Nicolae Arama (quitar), Cezar Panait (bass) and Mihnea Drobota (drums). The band has launched five albums so far, an EP and a single.

Romania Insider
11 August 2010

Gheorghe Hagi - “The Maradona of the Carpathians”, as he has been labeled by the media, is seen as the greatest Romanian football player of all times. He was the first Romanian who has played for European top clubs such as Real Madrid, Barcelona and Galatasaray. Through his outstanding dribbles, vision, execution of pass and shots from distance, he managed to impose himself as one of the world’s best players alongside Maradona or Pelé.

Romania Insider
07 August 2010

The Rasnov citadel has been re-opened after a year of renovation works, although the revamping was not entirely finalized. Tracks have been secured within the citadel, which will be opened for public for free during August. During September, the price of an entry ticket will be of RON 10 for adults and RON 5 for kids.

Romania Insider
06 August 2010

Known as the “the father of modern sculpture”, Constantin Brancusi was a painter, architect and a master of “abstract art”. Through his original work he became one of the most well-known sculptors of the 20th century and Romania’s most famous international artist.

Romania Insider
04 August 2010

If you want to see a bit of the wild Romania and discover the beauty of the Carpathian mountains, we could recommend a hand full of places to go. This week we'll take you to Moldova, in the Ceahlau and Hasmas mountain massifs. It is a trip you should make by car to fully enjoy it– rent one for a couple of days, if needed.

Romania Insider
11 August 2010

You might have listened to a Suie Paparude song recently, maybe without knowing the name of the band. Its recent song Soundcheck has quickly spread across Romania as it is broadcast on most radio stations.

Romania Insider
11 August 2010

The name of the alternative rock band Omul cu Sobolani, translated as 'The Man with Rats' has its roots in Freud's book, Rat-man.
The band was set up in 1997 in Constanta. OCS is made of Dan Amariei (vocals) Nicolae Arama (quitar), Cezar Panait (bass) and Mihnea Drobota (drums). The band has launched five albums so far, an EP and a single.

Romania Insider
11 August 2010

Gheorghe Hagi - “The Maradona of the Carpathians”, as he has been labeled by the media, is seen as the greatest Romanian football player of all times. He was the first Romanian who has played for European top clubs such as Real Madrid, Barcelona and Galatasaray. Through his outstanding dribbles, vision, execution of pass and shots from distance, he managed to impose himself as one of the world’s best players alongside Maradona or Pelé.

Romania Insider
07 August 2010

The Rasnov citadel has been re-opened after a year of renovation works, although the revamping was not entirely finalized. Tracks have been secured within the citadel, which will be opened for public for free during August. During September, the price of an entry ticket will be of RON 10 for adults and RON 5 for kids.

Romania Insider
06 August 2010

Known as the “the father of modern sculpture”, Constantin Brancusi was a painter, architect and a master of “abstract art”. Through his original work he became one of the most well-known sculptors of the 20th century and Romania’s most famous international artist.

Romania Insider
04 August 2010

If you want to see a bit of the wild Romania and discover the beauty of the Carpathian mountains, we could recommend a hand full of places to go. This week we'll take you to Moldova, in the Ceahlau and Hasmas mountain massifs. It is a trip you should make by car to fully enjoy it– rent one for a couple of days, if needed.

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