Bogdan Gheorghiu

Romanians, invited to celebrate Language Day by reading 'Orbitor' recommended for Readers of Europe 2021

Romania's Minister of Culture Bogdan Gheorghiu is inviting Romanians to celebrate the Romanian Language Day by reading, reporting that this year the recommendation of the Permanent Representation of Romania to the EU for the Readers of Europe 2021 programme is "Orbitor" (Blinding) by Mircea Cartarescu.

Madrid to host "Archaeological Treasures from Romania. Dacian and Roman Roots" exhibition

A number of 835 artifacts from the collections of 39 museums in Romania left for Spain on Sunday, being transported by a Romanian Air Force aircraft, which will be exhibited, starting with September 30, at National Museum of Archeology in Madrid. The exhibition "Archaeological Treasures from Romania. Dacian and Roman Roots" is coordinated by the National Museum of History of Romania.

George Enescu Festival - Mihai Constantinescu: Great foreign orchestras, new names, many Romanian artists

George Enescu International Festival Executive Director Mihai Constantinescu highlighted on Friday that all the moments for the public at this edition are very beautiful, very interesting and include everything a festival of this size should include.

MP Weber asking PM Citu to secure public funds for urgent conservation the UNESCO heritage in Romania

MP Mihai Weber, chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Relations with UNESCO, is calling on Prime Minister Florin Citu and the relevant ministers to allocate at the budget revision the funds necessary for the urgent conservation of UNESCO's heritage in Romania.

Bogdan Gheorghiu: Vaccine means full performance halls, festivals and the removal of restrictions

The Minister of Culture, Bogdan Gheorghiu, pleads for the need for vaccination, the only way we can resume our lives with our loved ones, once the restrictions are removed. "The Prime Minister has launched the challenge of what the vaccine means to you, more precisely what the vaccine contains for you.

Iohannis: Decreased pandemic intensity may create false sense of security in unvaccinated people

President Klaus Iohannis said on Tuesday that the declining intensity of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic could create a "false sense of security" in the unvaccinated people, insisting on the need to immunise a significant percentage of the population.

CultMin Gheorghiu: Enescu Festival - symbolic for music world; 2021 edition must be memorable

Culture Minister Bogdan Gheorghiu said on Tuesday that the George Enescu Festival is a symbolic event for the international world of music and stressed that the 2021 edition must be "truly memorable." "This year, the George Enescu International Festival celebrat4es 140 years since the birth of the great composer, which is why the 2021 edition must be truly memorable.

Culture Minister Gheorghiu: Many heritage buildings need prompt intervention

Minister of Culture Bogdan Gheorghiu states at 44 years after the 1977 earthquake that many of the heritage buildings need a prompt intervention, recalling that at the level of the institution he leads the National Restoration Program (PNR), which includes 91 objectives, is carried out. "Many of Romania's heritage buildings need prompt intervention and it is important to prioritize them.

CultMin Gheorghiu: Romania has a unique ambassador in the world in the artist Constantin Brancusi

Romania has a unique ambassador in the world in the artist Constantin Brancusi, who continues to represent us with great honour even after his passing away, Minister of Culture Bogdan Gheorghiu says in a message on February 19, Constantin Brancusi National Day. "Today, February 19, marks the 145th birth anniversary of the great sculptor Constantin Brancusi.