romanian traditional costume

Traditional Style of clothing for Romanian children. She is so precious and she probably does not even know she is preserving her cultural identity by wearing such intricate clothing.

Mihai Eminescu - January 15, 1850 – June 15, 1889    Was a Romantic poet, novelist and journalist, often regarded as the most famous and influential Romanian poet.

My Daguerreotype Boyfriend: Mihai Eminescu, age Somewhat unstable Romantic Romanian poet. Submitted by sehenswuerdigkeiten

Constantin Brâncuși - Romanian sculptor. Famous works: The Kiss (1908), Prometheus (1911), Mademoiselle Pogany (1913), The Newborn (1915), Bird in Space (1919) and The Endless Column (1938)

''Simplicity Is Complexity Resolved'' Constantin Brancusi . Constantin Brâncuși (February 1876 Hobița, Romania – March France) was a Romanian sculptor who made his career in France.

Sergiu Celibidache (1912–1996), was a Romanian conductor, composer, and teacher. Celibidache frequently refused to release his performances on commercial recordings during his lifetime claiming that a listener could not obtain a "transcendental experience" outside of the concert hall. Nonetheless, he earned international acclaim for celebrated interpretations of classical music repertoire.

First edition of festival celebrating centennial of Romanian conductor Sergiu Celibidache held this year - Romania Insider

PETRACHE POENARU - The Fountain Pen inventor. Poenaru, who had studied in Paris and Vienna and, later, completed his specialized studies in England, was a mathematician, physicist, engineer, inventor. While a student in Paris, Petrache Poenaru invented the world's first fountain pen, an invention for which the French Government issued a patent on 25 May 1827.

PETRACHE POENARU - The Fountain Pen inventor. Poenaru, who had studied in Paris and Vienna and, later, completed his specialized studies in England, was a mathematician, physicist, engineer, inventor. While a student in Paris, Petrache Poenaru invented the world's first fountain pen, an invention for which the French Government issued a patent on 25 May 1827.

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.

Henri Coandă (1886-1972) - Romanian inventor and aerodynamics pioneer, he designed and built in 1910 the world's first jet powered aircraft, known as the Coandă-1910

Henri Coanda - Romanian inventor, aerodynamics pioneer and builder of the described in the as the world's first jet. One of Coanda's most famous discoveries was the Coanda Effect of fluid dynamics.

Victor Babes - Famous Romanian Medicine Specialists - on http://lithotripsy-romania.co.uk

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.

NICOLAE PAULESCU - The true inventor of INSULIN. Encyclopedias, however, presents the two, Frederick Banting and Charles Best who, that in 1922, were to receive the Nobel Prize in Paulescu's detriment. With eight months before Paulescu published in a specialist Belgian journal the results of his research entitled "Recherches sur le pancreas du roller dans l'assimilation nutritive. " Just that it was not called insulin, but pancreina.

NICOLAE PAULESCU - The true inventor of INSULIN. Encyclopedias, however, presents the two, Frederick Banting and Charles Best who, that in 1922, were to receive the Nobel Prize in Paulescu's detriment. With eight months before Paulescu published in a specialist Belgian journal the results of his research entitled "Recherches sur le pancreas du roller dans l'assimilation nutritive. " Just that it was not called insulin, but pancreina.

GEORGE (GOGU) CONSTANTINESCU - The creator of the theory of sonics  George (Gogu) Constantinescu was a Romanian scientist, engineer and inventor. During his career, he registered over 130 inventions. He is the creator of the theory of sonics, a new branch of continuum mechanics, in which he described the transmission of mechanical energy through vibrations.Among his inventions are a mechanical torque converter, a sonic engine and a hydraulic machine-gun synchronizer (or interrupter gear)

GEORGE (GOGU) CONSTANTINESCU - The creator of the theory of sonics George (Gogu) Constantinescu was a Romanian scientist, engineer and inventor. During his career, he registered over 130 inventions. He is the creator of the theory of sonics, a new branch of continuum mechanics, in which he described the transmission of mechanical energy through vibrations.Among his inventions are a mechanical torque converter, a sonic engine and a hydraulic machine-gun synchronizer (or interrupter gear)

"La blouse roumaine" (1940), an oil-canvas painting by the famous French artist, Henri Matisse. The inspiration of the painting was drawn from the Romanian traditional costume.

Henri Matisse 'La blouse roumaine' (The Romanian Blouse), Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris

Portrait of Maria Tanase, a famous singer of Romanian traditional folk music - born on September 25, 1913 and deceased on June 22, 1963. She is called Romania's Edith Piaf and Queen of Romanian folk music.

Maria Tanase Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Filip Mihail

Portrait of Maria Tanase, a famous singer of Romanian traditional folk music - born on September 1913 and deceased on June She is called Romania's Edith Piaf and Queen of Romanian folk music.

Grigoraș Dinicu (1889-1949), Romanian composer and violinist, most famous for his often-played virtuoso violin showpiece "Hora staccato" (1906)

Grigoraș Dinicu Romanian composer and violinist, most famous for his often-played virtuoso violin showpiece "Hora staccato"

Famous Romanians: Nicolae Malaxa, the tycoon who built the first Romanian locomotive and car

Famous Romanians: Nicolae Malaxa, the tycoon who built the first Romanian locomotive and car - Romania Insider

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