Cluj-Napoca

Country: Romania Population: 411 380

President Iohannis attends opening of International Mathematical Olympiad in Cluj-Napoca

Mathematics and subjects of the Science category are essential in the curricular construction, even during early education, President Klaus Iohannis stated on Sunday, at the opening of the 59th edition of the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO).

Anti-communist dissident Cornea remembered in documentary at TIFF opening gala

A few thousand spectators attended the opening of the Transilvania International Film Festival (TIFF) in the northwestern city of Cluj-Napoca, this year in its 17th edition, on Friday evening where a documentary short film about recently deceased anti-communist dissident Doina Cornea ran, as a tribute to one of the city's most famous personalities.

Romanian Academy's President Ioan-Aurel Pop: Doina Cornea, legendary face, comparable to Harriet Beecher Stowe

The President of the Romanian Academy, Ioan-Aurel Pop, compared Doina Cornea with the author of the famous novel "Uncle Tom's Cabin", who is known to have had a frail stature but who succeeded in overturning a world of injustice."

Creepiest forests in the world! (photos)

Green, lush forests are associated with fresh air, a clean environment and a healthy life. The charm and beauty of trees makes us feel much more closer to nature. But let’s forget about the enchanting forest for a minute and focus on some of the creepiest forests in the world. These emit a very different feeling of eeriness and fear.

Lost and found century-old film by Michael Curtiz to be screened at TIFF 2015

A rare film shot in Cluj-Napoca by director of famous 'Casablanca' will be screened this evening at the Hungarian Opera House in Cluj-Napoca as part of the TIFF 2015 Transylvania International Film Festival to the live accompaniment by an orchestra conducted by Szabolcs Kulcsar.

Open Book Night campaign to be carried out simultaneously in Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca

The third edition of the Open Book Night campaign will be carried out on Thursday, on the occasion of the World Book Day, at the same time in Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca, the book lovers being invited to form chains around symbol-buildings in the two cities.

Photo credit: (c) Alex TUDOR / AGERPRES ARCHIVE

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