Thousands of refugees back out in the cold

It wasn't too cold the first night Marie spent on the streets of downtown Athens even though it was already early December. She had a small school bag with some milk, biscuits, diapers and baby wipes. She had been planning to spend the night in the courtyard of Agios Panteleimonas Church, but felt that she would be safer in Victoria Square, where there were police officers, so she went there.

Famous Czech Photographer Bara Prasilova Presents Her Surreal Images in Sofia

Bara Prasilova is an art director, photographer and director based in Prague.

Her work remains on the borderline of commercial and fine art photography. Her clients appreciate her signature style combining absurd humour, alarming beauty, playfulness, mild cruelty as well as her persistent passion for perfection.

Documentary dedicated to 100th anniversary of King Mihai I's birth, at Bucharest International Film Festival

The 17th edition of the Bucharest International Film Festival will take place between September 3 and 12, and it will showcase, for the first time, a new historical section, dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the birth of King Mihai I of Romania.

Death of British Queen’s Husband Severs a Balkan Link

The death aged 99 of Britain's Prince Philip, husband to Queen Elizabeth, ends a long chapter in relations between the British royal family and their Balkan counterparts.

It began in the 1890s, when Princess Marie of Edinburgh became crown princess, later queen, of Romania - and continued when her daughter, also Marie, became Queen of Yugoslavia after marrying King Alexander.

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Royal House of Romania, Russian Imperial House in La Belle Epoque exhibition opens in Brasov

An exhibition of photographs of the Royal House of Romania and the Russian Imperial House from the end of the 19th century - the beginning of the 20th century opened on Tuesday in Brasov as part of a project in which the Brasov County Museum of History partnered with the Russian Centre for Science and Culture in Bucharest and three archives from Russia.