The Romanian Film Evenings Festival (SFR) which take place for the first time in Timisoara, between 13 and 15 September, will bring a debate about the balance of culture in Romania, an exhibition-document about Queen Marie and Romanian movie premiers.
Sibiu, Iasi, Brasov, Baia Mare, Constanta, Targu Mures, Bistrita, Galati are among the cities where people took to the streets on Saturday evening to express their discontent with the Government, with the fact that last year's incidents at the protests have not been elucidated and with the measures taken in the judiciary.
Swiss Ambassador in Bucharest, Arthur Mattli, expressed his disappointment with the progress of the rehabilitation works at the Brasov High School of Informatics, which are being carried out as part of a project with Swiss funding, the Brasov municipality said in a Wednesday release.
Resolute Castle 19 multinational exercise ended on Wednesday, at the Cincu military base, in Brasov County, with a ceremony at the headquarters of the Getica National Joint Training Centre.
A few thousand people attended the event "Everybody for Europe", on Sunday evening, in Victoriei Square, aimed at motivating citizens to participate in the 26 May elections.
Culture Minister Daniel Breaz on Sunday assured Brasov Mayor George Scripcaru of the institution's support for any cultural event preserving traditions, such as the Young Men's Horseback Parade, an event which he participated in alongside Brasov authorities and politicians from the ruling coalition and the Oppositions.
The Romanian village is ageing and its dwellers are harrowed by poverty and loneliness, says the Orthodox Archbishop of Alba Iulia, Irineu, in his Easter Pastoral Letter to the clergy, the monastic communities and the faithful of the Eparchy.
The multicultural festival World Experience, previously known as the Embassies' Festival will take place for the first time this year in Cluj-Napoca. Organised by the ESCU Association, the festival will be held between June 13 and 16, in several venues in Cluj-Napoca, such as the National Threatre, The Student's House and the Casino Urban Culture Centre.
The Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania (UDMR) calls for the postponement of the entry into force of Emergency Ordinance (OUG) 114 until 2020, considering it needs amendments in relation to more than 40 points.
One of the most reputed minstrels of the central County of Mures, Rafila Moldovan from the Idicel de Padure village, who has turned her home into a museum clustering the most important ethnographic assets of the Mures village, was awarded the "Living Human Treasure" title on behalf of the Ministry of Culture and National Identity (MCIN).