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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Calvaria Roman Catholic Church, Satu Mare
The Calvaria Church (Romanian: Biserica Calvaria; Hungarian: Kálvária templom) is a Roman Catholic religious building in Satu Mare, Romania, and one of the oldest churches in the city. Locat...
Stephen Bartlett Lakeman
Sir Stephen Bartlett Lakeman, also known as Mazar Paşa or Mozhar Pasha (1823 – 1900) was an English-born British and Ottoman adventurer, soldier, and administrator. A mercenary and veteran of se...
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Trial of Nicolae and Elena Ceaușescu
The trial of Nicolae and Elena Ceaușescu was a summary trial held on 25 December 1989 by an Exceptional Military Tribunal, a drumhead court-martial created at the request of the Council of the Nationa...
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Simbolul
Simbolul (Romanian for "The Symbol", [simˈbolul]) was a Romanian literary and art magazine, published in Bucharest between October and December 1912. Co-founded by writers Tristan Tzara and Ion Vinea,...
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Treaty of Bucharest (1886)
The Treaty of Bucharest was signed by Serbia and Bulgaria on 3 March  [O.S. 19 February] 1886 in Bucharest (capital of Romania), marking the end of the Serbo-Bulgarian War. The trea...
Curtea Veche
Curtea Veche (the Old Princely Court), built as a place or residence during the rule of Vlad III Dracula in 1459. Archaeological excavations started in 1953, and now the site is operated by the Muzeul...
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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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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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June 1990 Mineriad
The June 1990 Mineriad was the suppression of an anti-National Salvation Front (FSN) sit-in protests in Bucharest, Romania by the physical intervention of groups of industrial workers as well as coal...
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Bucur (legendary shepherd)
Bucur is the legendary Romanian shepherd who is said to have founded Bucharest, giving its name to it. While the legend about the shepherd is probably apocryphal, the name of Bucureşti is quite likely...
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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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