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Let’s Get to Know Each Other:

Let’s Get to Know Each Other

Let’s Get to Know Each Other:

Let’s Get to Know Each Other Part I - Introduce Yourself Part II - Introduce Your Country and School Part III - Our European Capitals Part IV - Let Me Show You Our Beautiful Nature Part V - Un Unique Tradition in My Country Part VI - My Country is Famous with… Part VII – Traditional Dishes in My Country Exchange of Recipes

Part VI:

Part VI My Country is Famous with…

ROMANIAN PERSONALITIES:

ROMANIAN PERSONALITIES Student:ZORZOANA ELA MARIA

Why is the Romanian state so important for the other nations?:

Do you know ?! Ok I will tell you in the next slide a lot of things about Romania and his important people. Why is the Romanian state so important for the other nations?

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MIHAI EMINESCU (1850 - 1889) was a romantic poet, novelist and journalist, often regarded as the most famous and influential romanian poet. Eminescu was an active member of the Junimea literary society and he worked as an editor for the newspaper "The Time", the official newspaper of the Conservative Party (1880–1918). His first poems volume was published when he was 16 and he went to Viena to study when he was 19.   Romanian writers

Romanian writers:

Romanian writers The Mihai Eminescu statue located in Copou Garden,Iasi The MIHAI EMINESCU manuscripts, containing 46 volumes and approximately 14,000 pages. Notable works include "Evening Star", Ode in Ancient Meter , and the five Letters ( Epistles/Satires ). In his poems he frequently used metaphysical, mythological and historical subjects. In general his work was influenced by the German philosopher Artur Schopenhauer.

Romanian writers :

Romanian writers Ion Creanga (1837- 1889) was a Moldavian-born Romanian writer. A main figure in 19th century Romanian literature, he is best known for his Childhood Memories volume, his novellas and short stories, and his many anecdotes. Creangă's main contribution to fantasy and children’s literature includes narratives structured around eponymous protagonists ( “ Harap Alb", “ Ivan Turbinc ă ", “ Danil ă Prepeleac ", “ Stan Pățit ul "), as well as  fairy tales indebted to conventional forms ( „ The story of the Pig ", „ The Goat and Her Three Kids ", „ The Mother with Three Daughters-in-Law ", „ The Old Man ’s Daughter and the Old Woman’s Daughter") .

Romanian musicians:

Romanian musicians George Enescu (1881–1955) was a Romanian composer, violinist, pianist, conductor and teacher. Many of Enescu's works were influenced by Romanian folk music, his most popular compositions being the two Romanian Rhapsodies, the opera Oedipe , and the suites for orchestra. He also wrote five symphonies (two of them unfinished), a symphonic poem Vox maris , and much chamber music (three sonatas for violin and piano, two for cello and piano, a piano trio, two string quartets and two piano quartets, a wind decet (French, " dixtuor "), an octet for strings, a piano quintet, and a chamber symphony for twelve solo instruments).

Romanian musicians:

Romanian musicians Dinu Lipatti (1917–1950 ) was a classical pianist and composer. In 1932 he won prizes for his compositions: a Piano Sonatina , and a Sonatina for Violin and Piano. That year he also won a Grand Prize for his symphonic suite Les Tziganes . He gave his first concert, at the École Normale , on 20 May 1935. However, three days before the concert, Paul Dukas died; in memory of Dukas , Lipatti's first piece at his concert, and the piece he first publicly performed as an adult pianist .

Romanian musicians:

Romanian musicians Ciprian Porumbescu (1853–1883 ) was a composer, conductor, violinist, and pianist. He was among the most celebrated Romanian composers of his time; his popular works include New Moon , Three Colours , Song for the 1st of May , Ballad for violin and piano , and Serenade . In addition, he composed the music for On our flag Union is spelled , which was used for Albania's national anthem, Hymni I Flamurit . His work spreads over various forms and musical genres, but the majority of his work is choral and operetta . Ciprian Porumbescu wrote poetry, lyrics and press articles, and actively participated in the public cultural life.

Romanian painters:

Romanian painters Nicolae Grigorescu (1838–1907 ) was one of the founders of modern Romanian painting. He was also a writer. actively participated in the public cultural life. He studied in Paris at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. Under the influence of the movement, Grigorescu looked for new means of expression and followed the trend of en plein air painting, which was also important in Impressionism. Some composition: Michael the Brave dropping the flag, Young Gypsy girl, The Return from the Fair etc.

Romanian painters:

Romanian painters Nicolae Tonitza (1886 –1940) was a painter , engraver, lithographer, journalist and art critic. Drawing inspiration from Post-impressionism and Expressionism. Most of his works are serene in tones, in contrast with those expressing Tonitza's involvement in social issues. They proposed a classical aesthetical ideal, viewing art as a treasurer of spiritual values. This message is most obvious in his Northen Dobruja landscapes, his still life studies, the portraits of clowns, young women and children. The so-called " Tonitza eyes", both point-shaped and expressive, are a characteristic trait in his children portraits.

Romanian sculptors:

Constantin Brâncuşi (1876 – 1957), was a Romanian-born sculptor who made his career in France. As a child he displayed an aptitude for carving wooden farm tools. Formal studies took him first to Bucharest, then to Munich, then to the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. His abstract style emphasizes clean geometrical lines that balance forms inherent in his materials with the symbolic allusions of representational art. Romanian sculptors

Romanian sculptors:

Romanian sculptors Famous Brâncuşi works include the Sleeping Muse (1908), The kiss (1908), Prometheus (1911), Mademoiselle Pogany (1913), The Newborn (1915), Bird in space (1919) and The column of the infinite, popularly known as The Endless Column (1938). Considered the pioneer of modernism Brâncuşi is called the Patriarch of Modern Sculpture .

Romanian Football Player Gheorghe Hagi:

Romanian Football Player Gheor g he Hagi Gheorghe Hagi born 5 February 1965 is a former Romanian footballer . He was famous for his passing, close control, long shots and was regarded as one of the best attacking midfielders in Europe during the 1980s and 1990s and is considered the greatest Romanian footballer of all time . He played for the Romanian national team in three World Cups in 1990, 1994 and 1998, as well as in three European Football Championships in 1984, 1996 and 2000. He won a total of 125 caps for Romania. Hagi is one of the few footballers to have played for both the Spanish rival clubs Real Madrid and FC Barcelona. He plays at: Farul Constanta, Sportul Studentesc , Steaua , Real Madrid, Brescia, FC Barcelona and Galatasaray . Teams Managed: Romania National Team, Bursaspor , Galatasaray , Politehnica Timisoara, Steaua Bucuresti and again Galatasaray .

Romanian Football Player Helmuth Duckadam:

Romanian Football Player Helmuth Duckadam Helmuth Robert Duckadam born 1 April 1959 is a retired Romanian footballer who played as a goalkeeper. He was dubbed "the hero of Seville" due to his heroics in the 1986 European Cup Final, won by his main club, Steaua Bucuresti. W as also between the posts for the 1986 European Cup final against Fc Barcelona, which was played in Seville, on 7 May 1986. Amazingly , he saved four consecutive penalty shots in the shootout being the first one to do so in an official European competition .

Leonard Doroftei:

Leonard Doroftei Leonard Dorin Doroftei also known as Leonard Dorin , though his surname is Doroftei ; born 10 April 1970is a Romanianformer boxer, the WBA Lightweight World Champion from 5 January 2002 to 24 October 2003. In 1997, Doroftei became a professional boxer, signing with the Canadian club Interbox. On 5 January 2002 he won the WBA world lightweight title, winning in a split decision over Argentinian boxer Raul Horacio Balbi 112-115, 114-113, 115-112.

Lucian Bute:

Lucian Bute Lucian Bute (born February 28, 1980) is a Romanian professional boxer, currently based in Montreal, Canada. Bute is the current IBF Super Middleweight champion . BoxRec has ranked Bute as the 8th pound for pound best boxer in the world and number 1 at the Super Middleweight in 2011. As an amateur, Bute won the bronze medal at the 1999 World Amateur Boxing Championships in Houston, Texas and the Gold Medal at the 2001 Francophone Games. Lucian Bute turned pro in 2000.He is still trained by Stephane Larouche , who also trained Leonard Doroftei .

Nadia Comaneci:

Nadia Comaneci Nadia Elena Comăneci born in 1961 , is a gymnast, winner of three Olympic gold medals at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and one of a few gymnasts ever to be awarded a perfect score of 10 in an Olympic gymnastic event. She is also the winner of two gold medals at the 1980 Summer Olympics. She is one of the best-known gymnasts in the world. In 2000 she was named as one of the athletes of the century by the Laureus World Sports Academy. She has also been inducted into the International Gymnastics Hall of Fame.

Ilie Nastase:

Ilie Nastase Ilie Nastase born in 1946, is a Romanian former professional tennis player, one of the world's top players of the 1970s. Nastase was the World No. 1 tennis player between 1973 and 1974. He is one of the five players in history to win more than 100 ATP professional titles (57 singles and 45 in doubles). He won seven Grand Slam titles: two in singles, three in men's doubles, and two in mixed doubles. He also won four Masters Grand Prix year end championship titles and seven Championship Series titles (1970–73) the precursors to the current Masters 1000. In 2005, Tennis magazine ranked him as the 28th-best player of the preceding forty years.

Gheorge Muresan:

Gheorge Muresan born February 14, 1971), also known as Ghita or George, is a retired Romanian professional basketball player. He played professionally in the French league with Pau-Orthez during the 1992–93 season and was an instant hit with fans. He played in the NBA from 1993 to 1994 showing signs of a promising career that was derailed by injuries. Outside basketball, Muresan has dabbled in acting, playing the title character in 1998 feature film My Giant starring comedian Billy Crystal. Muresan plays a ventriloquist in rap artist Eminem's breakout video "My Name Is". He has appeared in commercials for Snickers candy bars, and sports television network ESPN.

Political personalities:

Political personalities ALEXANDRU IOAN CUZA (1820 – 1873) was the first ruler of the United principalities and of national State Romania. He actively participated in the revolutionary movement of 1848 in Moldova and to fight for the Union of the principalities. In 1859, Cuza was elected Prince of Moldavia, and on 24 January 1859 and of Wallachia, thus doing the Union of the two Romanian countries. Cuza was a sustained diplomatic and political activity for Union recognition by the suzeran power and guarantor powers and then for articulating the Union of the principalities, which was achieved in January 1862, when Moldova and Romanian Country formed a unitary State, official adopt, in 1862, the name of Romania, with its capital at Bucharest with a single Assembly and a single Government.

Political personalities:

Michael I, King of Romania, Prince of Romania , was Prince of Hohenzollern ( b.1921). He is the great-grandson of Queen Victoria of Great Britain and third degree cousin of Queen Elizabeth II. Michael is one of the few public figures to life during the Second World War. Political personalities Michael became the first king of Romania after the death of his grandfather Ferdinand, after renouncing the throne of Charles II in December 1925. After collaborating with Germany in World War II and after Soviet troops entered the territory of Romania, King Michael held on 23 August 1944 arrest of Antonescu . Opposed the pro-Soviet government in 1945-1946. He was forced to abdicate on December 30, 1947 and settled in Versoix (Switzerland). Return to the country was not allowed until 1997.

Political personalities:

Nicolae Titulescu ( 1882–1941) was a well-known Romanian diplomat, at various times government minister, finance and foreign minister, and for two terms President of the General Assembly of the League of Nations. Political personalities Following the Romanian elections of 1912, he became a parliamentarian and five years later he became a member of the government of Ion I. C. Bratianu as Minister of Finance. In this capacity, he fought for the preservation of stable borders through the maintenance of peace, for good relations between both large and small neighbouring states, for the respect of the sovereignty and equality of all nations in the international community, for collective security, and the prevention of aggression.

Medical personalities:

Medical personalities Victor Babeș (1854-1926) was a physician, biologist and one of the earliest bacteriologists. He made early and significant contributions to the study of rabies, leprosy, diphtheria, tuberculosis and other infectious diseases. In 1885 he discovered a parasitic sporozoan of the ticks, named  Babesia   and which causes a rare and severe disease called  babesiosis . In the same year, he published the first treatise of bacteriology in the world,  Bacteria and their role in the histopathology of infectious diseases , which he co-authored with Cornil .

Romanian engineers:

Anghel Saligny was a Romanian engineer, most famous for designing the Feteşti-Cernavodă railway bridge (1895) over the Danube, the longest bridge in Europe at that time. He also designed the storage facilities in Constanţa seaport, one of the earliest examples of reinforced concrete architecture in Europe. Romanian engineers

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Petrache Poenaru 1799–1875 was a Romanian inventor. Poenaru , who had studied in Paris and Vienna and, later, completed his specialized studies in England, was a mathematician, physicist, engineer, inventor, teacher and organizer of the educational system, as well as a politician, agronomist, and zootechnologist , founder of the Philarmonic Society, the Botanical Gardens and the National Museum of Antiquities in Bucharest. 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 May 25, 1827. He was born in 1799 in Banesti , Vâlcea County. His uncle, Iordache Otetelisanu , was one of the promoters of an institutionalized educational system.

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Nicolae Teclu (1839–1916) was a Romanian chemist, who gave his name to the worldwide-used " Teclu burner". He studied engineering and architecture, and then chemistry, continuing his career by becoming professor for general and analytical chemistry in Vienna. He also contributed substantially to the worldwide development of chemistry.His burner produces a hotter flame than the Bunsen Burner, this making it superior. The usage of Teclu burners is very common not only in Romania, but also in many other parts of the world. He was also the inventor of several other laboratory items, kept now at the University of Bucharest. Among these items is a tool for the detection of methane gas, and another one for the preparation of ozone.

Traian Vuia:

Traian Vuia (1872 – 1950) was a inventor and aviation pioneer who designed, built and flew an early aircraft. His first flight traveled about 12 m = 40 feet at Montesson , France on March 18, 1906. This was the first well-documented unassisted takeoff and landing on a level surface by an engine-driven monoplane with a completely wheeled undercarriage. A French citizen since 1918, Vuia was associated with the French Resistance during World War II. He returned to Romania in 1950. Traian Vuia

Aurel Vlaicu:

Aurel Vlaicu (1882–1913) was a Romanian engineer, inventor, airplane constructor and early pilot. He attended Calvinist High School in Orăştie (renamed " Liceul Aurel Vlaicu " in his honour in 1919) and took his Baccalaureate in Sibiu in 1902. He furthered his studies at Technical university of Bucharest and Technusche Hochschule Munchen in Germany, earning his engineer's diploma in 1907.After working at Opel car factory in Rüsselsheim , he returned to Binţinţi and built a glider he flew in the summer of 1909. Later that year, he moved to Bucharest, in the Kingdom of Romania, where he began the construction of Vlaicu nr. I airplane; it flew for the first time on June 17, 1910. Aurel Vlaicu

Ioan Cantacuzino:

Ioan Cantacuzino (1863–1934) was a renowned Romanian physician and bacteriologist, a professor at the Romanian School of Medicine and Pharmacy and a member of the Romanian Academy. He was the founder of the fields of microbiology and experimental medicine in Romania, and creator of the Ioan cantacuzino Institute. In 1901, Cantacuzino was assigned a teaching position in Bucharest, where he became a major influence on a generation of scientists. His discoveries were relevant in the treatment of cholera, epidemic typhus, tuberculosis and scarlet fever. He invented the notion of contact immunity. Ioan Cantacuzino

Nicolae Paulescu:

Nicolae Paulescu ( 1869–1931) was a Romanian physiologist, professor of medicine, the discoverer of insulin. In 1916, he succeeded in developing an aqueous pancreatic extract which, when injected into a diabetic dog, proved to have a normalizing effect on blood sugar levels. After a gap during World War I, he resumed his research and succeeded in isolating the antidiabetic pancreatic hormone ( pancreine ) .From April 24 to June 23, 1921, he published four papers at the Romanian Section of the Society of Biology in Paris: The effect of the pancreatic extract injected into a diabetic animal by way of the blood. The influence of the time elapsed from the intravenous pancreatic injection into a diabetic animal. The effect of the pancreatic extract injected into a normal animal by way of the blood Nicolae Paulescu

Ana Aslan with Gerovital:

(1897–1988) was a Romanian biologist and physician. She is considered to be a founding figure of gerontology and geriatrics in Romania. In 1952, under the leadership of Prof. Dr. Ana Aslan , the Geriatric Institute in Bucharest was founded. This Institute was the first of its kind in Romania and was recognized by the World Health organization . The Gerovital H3 concept was introduced for the first time in 1957, in Verona, Italy, on the occasion of the 4th International Gerontology Congress. Many scientists from the USA , Germany , England, Japan, Italy, Austria and Romania have studied and confirmed the effects of the Gerovital H3 treatment suggested by Prof. Dr. Ana Aslan , a high value anti-aging treatment. Ana Aslan with Gerovital

Henri Coandă Airplane:

Henri Marie Coandă (1886–1972) was a inventor, aerodynamics pioneer and builder of an experimental aircraft, the Coanda-1910 described by Coandă in the mid-1950s as the world's first jet a controversial claim disputed by some and supported by others. He invented a great number of devices, designed a "flying saucer" and discovered the Coanda effect of fluid dynamics. In 1910, in the workshop of Gianni Caproni , he designed and built an aircraft known as the Coanda-1910, which he displayed publicly at the second International Aeronautic Salon in Paris that year. The plane used a 4-cylinder piston engine to power a rotary compressor which was intended to propel the craft by a combination of suction at the front and airflow out the rear instead of using a propeller. Henri Coandă Airplane

Alexandru Ciurcu:

Alexandru Ciurcu (1854–1922), was a Romanian inventor and publisher, famous for his invention with Just Buisson of a reaction engine. It used rocket propulsion and was successfully used to power to boat in 1886. The two men envisioned that such motors would later be used for air travel. Alexandru Ciurcu

A great personality from Macedonia :

A great personality from Macedonia Primary school “ Goce Delchev ” Prilep

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Mother Teresa (baptized August 27, 1910, in Skopje, Macedonia) taught in India for 17 years before she experienced her 1946 "call within a call" to devote herself to caring for the sick and poor. Her order established a hospice; centers for the blind, aged, and disabled; and a leper colony. She was summoned to Rome in 1968, and in 1979 received the Nobel Peace Prize for her humanitarian work. Mother Teresa

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Some of her quotes: If you can’t feed hundred people, then feed just one. We think sometimes that poverty is only being hungry, naked and homeless. The poverty of being unwanted, unloved and uncared for is the greatest poverty. We must start in our own homes to remedy this kind of poverty.

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In February 1965, Pope John Paul VI bestowed the Decree of Praise upon the Missionaries of Charity, which prompted Mother Teresa to begin expanding internationally. By the time of her death in 1997, the Missionaries of Charity numbered over 4,000 -- in addition to thousands more lay volunteers -- with 610 foundations in 123 countries on all seven continents.

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The desire to pay respect to one the most famous person and Nobel Prize winner from Macedonia was accomplished on the 30-th of January 2009 with the opening of the Memorial house dedicated to Mother Teresa.  The Memorial house of Mother Teresa is non profit organization financed by the Government of Republic of Macedonia.

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Here we are in front of the Memorial house of Mother Teresa in our capital town–Skopje.

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Anastasija and Leonarda (two of us) are here with friends.

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Emilija with her friend in the Memorial house and in front of the statue of Mother Teresa.

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Adela and Anastasija in the Memorial House of Mother Teresa

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We took some photos inside….

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Some souvenirs that you can buy in the Memorial house of Mother Teresa.

France:

France Atlantis

Bulgaria:

Bulgaria 83 rd Primary School “ Elin Pelin ”’ Pancharevo , Sof ia

Great personalities from Bulgaria :

Great personalities from Bulgaria 83 rd Primary School “ Elin Pelin ”’ Pancharevo , Sofia

Great personalities from Bulgaria:

Great personalities from Bulgaria Presented by the students from the 3b class:

My country is Bulgaria. It’s famous with:   :

My country is Bulgaria . It’s famous with:   Ivan Vazov - a Bulgarian poet, novelist and playwright.

Saints Cyril and Methodius - The Glagolitic and Cyrillic alphabets, based primarily on the Greek uncial writing of the 9th century, are the oldest known Slavic alphabets and were created by the two brothers and their students, in order to translate the Bible and other texts into the Slavic languages. :

Saints Cyril and Methodius - The Glagolitic and Cyrillic alphabets, based primarily on the Greek uncial writing of the 9th century, are the oldest known Slavic alphabets and were created by the two brothers and their students, in order to translate the Bible and other texts into the Slavic languages .

Hristo Botev - a Bulgarian poet and national revolutionary. He is a national hero. :

Hristo Botev - a Bulgarian poet and national revolutionary. He is a national hero.

Vasil Levski - a Bulgarian revolutionary and a national hero of Bulgaria.:

Vasil Levski - a Bulgarian revolutionary and a national hero of Bulgaria.

The Thracians - a group of Indo-European tribes inhabiting a large area in Central and Southeastern Europe. They were bordered by the Scythians to the north, the Celts and the Illyrians to the west, the Ancient Greeks to the south and the Black Sea to the east. They spoke the Thracian language – a scarcely attested branch of the Indo-European language family. The study of Thracians and Thracian culture is known as Thracology.  :

The Thracians - a group of Indo-European tribes inhabiting a large area in Central and Southeastern Europe. They were bordered by the Scythians to the north, the Celts and the Illyrians to the west, the Ancient Greeks to the south and the Black Sea to the east. They spoke the Thracian language – a scarcely attested branch of the Indo-European language family. The study of Thracians and Thracian culture is known as Thracology.  

The Thracian Tomb of Kazanlak :

The Thracian Tomb of Kazanlak

Yordan Yovchev is a Bulgarian gymnast. He won two World Championship Bronze medals in the all around (1999, 2001). :

Yordan Yovchev is a Bulgarian gymnast. He won two World Championship Bronze medals in the all around (1999, 2001).

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