Daniel Popescu

Catholic believers celebrate Palm Sunday/Tarciziu: We are preparing to celebrate Easter safely, in collaboration with authorities

Catholic believers celebrate Palm Sunday, a day of reminiscent of Jesus' triumphant entry into Jerusalem, where he was greeted by crowds carrying palm branches. "Traditionally, on Palm Sunday, the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Bucharest organizes a procession on the streets of Bucharest, which this year, for the second time, cannot take place due to the pandemic.

Catholic faithful celebrating Palm Sunday this weekend

Catholic faithful this weekend celebrate Palm Sunday, a feast that commemorates Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem, where he was greeted by crowds that strewed palm branches before Him. "The traditional Palm Sunday procession organized by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Bucharest on the city streets had to be canceled for the second year in a row because of the pandemic.

EuronewsRomania editor-in-chief, Andra Miron Diaconescu: I will serve the public with objectivity and impartiality

The editor-in-chief or Euronews Romania news channel, Andra Miron Diaconescu, recently assigned to this position, declared on Wednesday that the team she will lead will work in the service of the public with objectivity and impartiality.

"Ferdinand and Maria" exhibition: a common destiny, Greater Romania" - as of Friday, at Cotroceni National Museum

The exhibition "Ferdinand and Maria: a common destiny, Greater Romania," which pays homage to the two great historical personalities, can be visited, starting on Friday, in the Medieval Spaces of the Cotroceni National Museum.

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.

Brancusi145/Razvan Theodorescu: We cannot anchor Brancusi; he is the Romanian who belongs to the world

The work of Constantin Brancusi, the Romanian who belongs to the world, is still relevant today because it is about essence, says academician Razvan Theodorescu, head of the Department of Arts, Architecture and Audiovisual of the Romanian Academy. "Brancusi's work is still relevant today because it is about essence. And the essences are always relevant.

Romania's SARS-CoV-2 daily case count rises by 2,550; tests performed in last 24 hours - over 30,000

A number of 2,550 new cases of people infected with SARS-CoV-2 have been registered in the last 24 hours, following more than 30,000 tests performed nationwide, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS) reported on Friday. These are cases that have not previously tested positive, says GCS. As of Friday, 757,676 cases of people infected with the novel coronavirus have been confirmed in Romania.

Academic Razvan Theodorescu, about exhibition of prints from MNLR: Interest in Japan, part of Romanian modernity

The exhibition of Japanese prints "Celebrities in the Floating World", opened on Friday, at the National Museum of Romanian Literature, proves once again that the interest in Japan was a part of our modernity, said Academician Razvan Theodorescu, Vice-President of the Romanian Academy. "There is this phenomenon which proves that the interest in Japan was a part of our modernity.

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