History of Bucharest
The history of Bucharest covers the time from the early settlements on the locality's territory (and that of the surrounding area in Ilfov County) until its modern existence as a city, capital of Wall...
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Vilna Troupe
The Vilna Troupe (Yiddish: Vilner trupe ווילנער טרופע; Lithuanian: Vilniaus trupė; Polish: Trupa Wileńska; Romanian: Trupa din Vilna), also known as Fareyn Fun Yiddishe Dramatishe Arti...
Satu Mare Chain Church
The Chains Church (Romanian: Biserica cu lanţuri; Hungarian: Láncos-templom), a Reformed church in Satu Mare, Romania, is one of the oldest churches in the city.Located on Păcii Square, it was...
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Yeshua Tova Synagogue
The Yeshua Tova Synagogue (Romanian: Sinagoga Ieşua Tova or Sinagoga Podul Mogoşoaiei) in Bucharest, Romania, is the city's oldest synagogue, serving the local Jewish community. The synagogue is l...
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1848 Wallachian revolution
The Wallachian Revolution of 1848 was a Romanian liberal and nationalist uprising in the Principality of Wallachia. Part of the Revolutions of 1848, and closely connected with the unsuccessful revolt ...
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Treaty of Bucharest (1812)
The Treaty of Bucharest between the Ottoman Empire and the Russian Empire, was signed on 28 May 1812, in Bucharest, and ratified on 5 July 1812, at the end of the Russo-Turkish War.Under its terms, th...
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Cluj-Napoca Neolog Synagogue
The Neolog Synagogue (Romanian: Sinagoga Neologă or Templul Memorial al Deportaţilor; Hungarian: Kolozsvári Neológ Zsinagóga, Emléktemplom) in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, is the city's only working ...
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History of Timișoara
This article is about the History of Timişoara, the largest and most important city in the Romanian Banat. Timișoara  listen  is also known by the following names: Hungarian: Temesvár, Germa...
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Românul
Românul ([roˈmɨnul], meaning "The Romanian"; originally spelled Romanulu or Românulŭ, also known as Romînul, Concordia, Libertatea and Consciinti'a Nationala), was a political and literary newspaper p...
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Bucureștioara River
Bucureștioara was a stream which was a tributary of the Dâmboviţa River and flowed in Bucharest, Romania. It had its source in a lake which was located in the place where Parcul Icoanei and Parcul Ioa...
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Bucharest student movement of 1956
The events in Poland which led to the elimination of that country's Stalinist leadership and the rise to power of Władysław Gomułka on 19 October 1956 provoked unrest among university students in East...
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Săptămîna
Săptămîna (The Week in Romanian) was a newspaper published in the Socialist Republic of Romania focusing on Bucharest's cultural scene. During the 1980s, the leading editors were Eugen Barbu and Corne...
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Ceaușima
Ceaușima ("Ceaushima") is a vernacular word construction in Romanian, sarcastically linking former Communist leader Nicolae Ceaușescu to Hiroshima. This portmanteau term was coined in the 1980s to des...
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