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Georges Enesco, 1881 - 1955. 73; composer, violinist, conductor, pianist.

George Enescu, Perinita - little pillow.

Princess Elisabeth of Romania.

Queen Marie of Romania Gallery - Princess Elisabeth of Romania. Elisabeth of Romania (Elisabetha Charlotte Josephine Alexandra Victoria; 12 October 1894 – November was the wife of King George II of Greece, from 1921 to

Corespondență Eminescu – Micle august 1882 | Ceașca de Cultură

Corespondență Eminescu – Micle august 1882 | Ceașca de Cultură

Nicolae Breban

Nicolae Breban

Vasile Alecsandri vesnicul admirator al Italiei | Ceașca de Cultură

Vasile Alecsandri vesnicul admirator al Italiei | Ceașca de Cultură

Actorul Grigore Vasiliu Birlic, în 1969.

Actorul Grigore Vasiliu Birlic, în 1969.

IOAN CANTACUZINO - Cholera vaccine Ioan C. Cantacuzino was a renowned Romanian physician and bacteriologist.He graduated from the University of Paris' Faculty of Sciences and Faculty of Medicine, and worked at several hospitals in Paris, obtaining his doctorate in 1894.Based on investigations in this direction, the doctor has developed a cholera vaccination method, called "Method Cantacuzino", still used today in countries where there are cases of cholera.

– was a renowned Romanian physician and bacteriologist, a professor at the Romanian School of Medicine and Pharmacy and a member of the Romanian Academy.

Spiru Haret

Spiru Haret

Hristos a Înviat! Anomismia informează: "Cu câteva zile in urma, pe contul de Facebook de aici am putut vizualiza trei fotografii foarte recente de

Arsenie Boca, a Romanian saint

Dorin Tudoran,1982

Dorin Tudoran,1982

Victor Babeș

Victor Babeș Vienna – Bucharest) was a Romanian physician, bacteriologist, academician and professor. One of the founders of modern microbiology, Victor Babeș is author of one of the first treatises of bacteriology in the world.

Iuliu Maniu (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈjulju maˈni.u]; January 8, 1873 – February 5, 1953) was an Austro-Hungarian-born Romanian politician. A leader of the National Party of Transylvania and Banat before and after World War I, he served as Prime Minister of Romania for three terms during 1928–1933, and, with Ion Mihalache, co-founded the National Peasants' Party.

Moreover, many leading figures of the Romanian emancipation movement in Transylvania, such as Simion Bărnuțiu and Iuliu Maniu, began their careers as lay servants of the Greek-Catholic Church.

Elisabeta Isanos

Elisabeta Isanos

Sinteze Critice de George Calinescu

Sinteze Critice de George Calinescu