Cooking has a magical component that has been an interesting topic for historians, folklore researchers and anthropologists, who have assigned it cultural value
For decades, the life of Romania's communist elites was a mystery for the common people.
Romania’s campaign of 1916-1917 ended with the Treaty of Bucharest signed in Buftea in 1918.
The word “torturer” gained widespread use in the Romanian language after 1989, being a derivative of the verb “to torture. Communist prisons were the environment where the embodiment of this...
This year Romania marks 110 years since the bloody Peasants' Uprising of 1907
1927 was a crucial year in Romania's political history, when democracy entered a period of crisis.
A common figure in classic travel books, the adventurous explorer in search of gold and earthly paradise is a rare occurrence in Romanian history.
Augste-Felix-Charles de Beaupoil, Count of Saint-Aulaire, became ambassador to Romania in the troubled summer of 1916.
The violent events of January 21st to 23rd 1941 are known in Romanian history as “the legionnaire rebellion”.
Based on the treaty of August 1916, between Romania and the Entente, the Russian army committed itself to backing the front.
A look at the two years of German occupation in Bucharest at the end of WWI
One of the most important events in Jewish history in Romania was the congress in Focsani, held on December 30-31, 1881.
There is a saying that countries know no friends, only their own interests. But history has proved this oversimplifying statement to be wrong.
Around the mid-19th century, the word 'revolution' started to refer mainly to an overthrow of old ideas and practices, a renewal of society overall.
The Romanian army began its World War One operations in August 1916 after the conclusion of a military convention between Romania and the Triple Entente.
The burial places of many victims of the communist regime had been, for dozens of years, unknown.
Romania remains optimistic about the future of the EU
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A simple solution for Lent, a 40 day period during which Orthodox Christians are forbidden to eat meat or dairy, is saue...
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Arcalia, a Moorish-Byzantine castle, is not something you encounter very often in Romania
The National Dance Center in Bucharest has recently hosted a national premiere dedicated to the Romanian-born French art...
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