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Romania's National Day



On the First of December, ninety years ago, at Alba Iulia, in Transylvania, the modern Romania came into being. It was created having three parts, Moldova to the east, Muntenia to the south, and Ardeal or Transylvania to the north.






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Adrian and Alexandru celebrated the National Day of Romania on the 1st December with their fellow citizens in the centre of Craiova, in front of the main buildings of town - the City Hall, the main church, the Ethnographic Museum, and the Oltenia Museum.

Photo: Adrian Gheorghe 1st December 2014











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At Scaesti village Cultural House, the pupils made a display for this important moment of our country.

Photo: Adrian Gheorghe 1st December 2008




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There was choral music, small ethno dancers from Patru's valley, people from Scaesti Village, only the local authorities were missing. The Alexis Project wants to promote these small pupils, even though we have no money or support for the task.

Photo: Adrian Gheorghe 1st December 2008









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This site is to publicise the history and culture of Romania, and displays information from the Alexis Project Association

Alexis Project Filiasi/Romania
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