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Romanians, most religious among Europeans

The Romanians are the most religious Europeans, 55% of them being ‘very religious’, according to a survey conducted by the Pew Research Center, published on Wednesday and taken over by DPA (German Press Agency). According to the Pew Research Center’s ...

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Romanians think they are superior to other nations, study says

Most of the Romanians consider they are superior to other nations and would not accept a Muslim or a Jew be part of their family. Romanian think that being a Christian is an important element of the national identity, according ...

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Priest teaching religion at high school, caught on camera while allegedly masturbating in front of pupils

A priest who was teaching religion at a high school in Copsa Mica, Sibiu county, has been filmed by a 12th grade schoolgirl while allegedly masturbating. The School Inspectorate from Sibiu and the Ardeal Mitropoly are probing into this case. ...

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How much has Romania spent on culture and recreation in 2015?

In 2015, the EU 28 Member States reported nearly EUR153 billion of government expenditure on ‘recreation, culture and religion’. This figure is equivalent to 1.0 percent of the EU’s GDP, Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union reveals. In ...

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Kitsch Museum opens in Bucharest

A new museum is peering on the Bucharest’s tourist map, the Kitsch Museum, located in the Capital’s Old Center (6 Covaci street). As of May 5, Romanian and foreign tourists will be able to see 200 items revealing a perspective ...

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Elena Udrea, shocking decision – Attends Master in pastoral counselling, wants to set up an Institute of Happiness, will not run in elections

Former Regional Development and Tourism Minister, former presidential adviser and incumbent MP Elena Udrea said on Wednesday she will attend the courses of a Master in Pastoral Counselling and psycho-social assistance at the Babes Bolyai University (Cluj), saying she wants ...

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