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Update – Supreme Court: Public gatherings must be declared. Participants may be sentenced to jail sentences. #rezist protesters say will sue the state

Organisers have the obligation to declare the public gatherings to the public authorities, when they are to be carried out in squares or on public roads or in other places situated nearby the offices or houses of legal persons of ...

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Romanian traditions on the Beheading of St. John the Baptist

The Eastern Orthodox and Byzantine Catholic churches celebrate the Beheading of St. John the Baptist on August 29. The feast represents the last great holiday of the religious year that is ending on August 31. Besides being a day of ...

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Army Day, marked by military and religious ceremonies. Traffic restrictions in Bucharest

The Romanian Army Day is celebrated on Wednesday by military and religious ceremonies, wreath-laying ceremonies and cultural events, with traffic restrictions mainly in Bucharest due to the torch ceremonial scheduled in the Capital this evening. Romania celebrates the Day of ...

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96.5 pc of Romanians say they believe in God

Romanians say they are religious persons, they believe in God, saints, afterlife, a survey conducted by Inscop for Adevarul newspaper reveals. Hence, 96.5% say they believe in God, 84.4% say they believe in saints, 59.6% believe in heaven, 57.5% believe ...

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Head of Muslim community in Romania retorts to Basescu’s statement on Bucharest mosque, Muslim students

The head of the Muslim Community of Romania Mufti Muurat Yusuf (photo) says he is stunned by former President Traian Basescu’s recent statements according to which the potential construction in Bucharest of the largest mosque in Europe and of a ...

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Double holiday celebrated on March 25

Greeks celebrate a double holiday on the 25th March: a historical and a religious one. Firstly, Greeks celebrate the War of Independence against the Ottoman Empire and secondly, the Greek Orthodox Church celebrates the Annunciation by archangel Gabriel to the ...

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