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7 Jul 2010 - 31 Jul 2010

Romanian Language, Culture and Civilization Courses, Braşov, 7-31 July 2010 / Cursuri de limbă, cultură şi civilizaţie românească, Braşov, 7-31 iulie 2010

EN/ RO EN LEARN ROMANIAN IN ROMANIA! As a result of the evaluation of the 4 applications from UK citizens, the two grants offered by the British Council were awarded to: 1. Antony Ian Hoyte-West – 82 % 2. Paul Sims – 78 % As a result of the evaluation of the 28

12 Jul 2009 - 2 Aug 2009

Cursuri de limbă, cultură şi civilizaţie românească / Braşov, 12 iulie - 2 august 2009

EN - Read the text in English RO - Citeşte în limba română ES - Lea en castellano EN Romanian Language, Culture and Civilization Courses, Braşov July 12th – August 2nd, 2009 Learn Romanian in Romania! The Romanian Cultural Institute organizes Romanian language,

13 Jul 2008 - 2 Aug 2008

Cursuri de limbă, cultură şi civilizaţie românească, Braşov, 12 iulie - 2 august 2009

EN - Read the text in English RO - Citeşte în limba română EN Learn Romanian in Romania! The Romanian Cultural Institute organizes Romanian language, culture and civilization courses in the 12th century citadel of Braşov. A multicultural environment, Braşov (Corona,

On Multiculturalism

South Pacific, December 1999 To be a Romanian writer (therefore in the minority) in New Zealand! Ibi patria, ubi – wife. In New Zealand, I think about the confluence of our lives. We come from so far apart, we meet unexpectedly, we link our lives, our fates together.

My Peaceful, Multiethnic Village

I saw the light of day in an atypical village of Bucovina. It was a multiethnic village, a kind of summary of Europe. A European Union avant la lettre. It is there, I believe, that a direction in my life was traced, an ecumenical dominant feature, one of understanding of

The Polish Community In Romania - Durability And Continuity

We are very aware that there is a continuity in history from past to future, through the present. Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski (1901-1981), Primate of the Millennium BackgroundRomanian history from the 14th century until the 18th century displays the significant influence

Jewish Identities In Interwar Bucovina

There were Jews in Bucovina even before its existence as a separate province. As early as the 18th century, some Jewish families in the German area looked for a better life in this northern part of Moldavia, which subsequently became Bucovina. Here they were given more protection