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Royal House: The health of King Mihai – stable

The health of King Mihai is stable, romaniaregala.ro has reported on Monday. “King Michael I is permanently surrounded by an eminent medical team, by members of His Majesty’s Royal House detached in Switzerland and by two Orthodox nuns. The health ...

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Royal House denies the statements of monk Caliopie about the health of King Mihai

The House of His Majesty has noted with disappointment the statements and speculations appeared in several publications related to the health of King Mihai I and certifies that the statements of monk Caliopie are untrue, a press release informs. While ...

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Queen Anne – buried in Curtea de Arges

Queen Anne was buried, on Saturday, in the New Archbishopric and Royal Cathedral that stands near the Curtea de Arges monastery. The funerary procession that left from Bucharest and travelled through Chitila — Gaesti — Topoloveni — Pitesti arrived in ...

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Thousands bring last homage in Palace Square on Queen Anne’s funeral day

More 1,000 persons took part on Saturday, the day of national mourning, in the service officiated for Queen Anne in the Palace Square in the Capital. King Mihai I did not attend the service, remaining in Switzerland, due to the ...

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King Mihai I asks for tax exemption at Săvârşin, as war veteran

King Mihai I has asked, under the veterans’ law, for tax exemption for the royal domain at Săvârşin, Arad County (western Romania), with an area of 19.5 hectares, while the locals support his request because ‘he must, like any citizen, ...

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Prince Nicolae: I cannot be held responsible based on rumours, I cannot straighten unless I know where I’m wrong

In an exhaustive interview for ‘Evenimentul zilei‘ (former) Prince Nicolae explains some of the issues rumoured about him during the last year. On the other hand, he himself expresses perplexity in regard to some problems. On August 10, 2015 Romania’s ...

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