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Romanian readers are invited to celebrate the European Literature Month in October

EUNIC Romania (the European Union National Institutes for Culture) is organizing „The European Literature Month” again this year, a wide project summing up over 50 events, from workshops for kids, to debates, conferences, contests and theatre adaptations. „The European Literature ...

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The Diversity Charter in Romania waiting for more signatories, to be launched this spring

The Diversity Charter already has ten signatory organizations in Romania: the UK embassy in Bucharest, the British-Romanian Chamber of Commerce, British Council, Carrefour Romania, IKEA Romania, Samsung Electronics Romania, JW Marriott Grand Hotel, CSR Agency, KRUK Romania and the Bucharest ...

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Over 100 guests from 23 countries at the Bucharest Poetry Festival

22 foreign guests are expected to attend the largest poetry festival in Romania in less than a month. Poets from abroad nominated for the Nobel Prize for Literature, among whom Ko Un from Korea, Yang Lian, China and Mircea Cărtărescu ...

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Update: What are foreign cultural institutes in Bucharest having in store this week

Book – in the French Institute’s limelight Coordinator of this year’s edition of the Night of Cultural Institutes, the French Institute in Bucharest is hosting “The most beautiful books in Romania” exhibition dedicated to the book design and the book’s ...

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Foreign writers from nine countries to attend Bucharest International Literature Festival

International Literature Festival in Bucharest kicks off next week, welcoming foreign writers from nine countries. Lovers of literature can take part in the festival’s events during December 3-6 at the Peasant Club, British Council, Magyar Balassi Institute in Bucharest and ...

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British Documentary at M?R

The 5th edition of the British Documentary screenings in Bucharest kicked off on 6 October and is due till 15 December, at the National Museum of the Romanian Peasant (M?R) – Horia Bernea Hall (3 Monet?riei Street), British Council in Bucharest ...

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