Reading118 Sculpture (Romania)

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118 Reading

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Ion Vlad (1920-1992) Paris Latin Quarter The statue of Romanian national poet, Mihai Eminescu

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Paris Latin Quarter Corner Rue des Écoles The statue of Romanian national poet, Mihai Eminescu

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Paris Mihai Eminescu (1850-1889) by Ion Vlad (1920-1992)

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Paris Mihai Eminescu (1850-1889) by Ion Vlad (1920-1992)

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Nu credeam să-nvăţ a muri vreodată; Pururi tânăr, înfăşurat în manta-mi, Ochii mei nălţam visători la steaua Singurătăţii Ion Vlad (1920-1992) Paris Latin Quarter Statue of Mihai Eminescu

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Cluj-Napoca Botanical Garden

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The Botanical Garden, officially Alexandru Borza Cluj-Napoca University Botanic Garden, is located in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. It was founded in 1872 and in addition to its role as a tourist destination, the garden serves as a teaching and research center as part of the Babeș-Bolyai University. In 2010, the Romanian Ministry of Culture and National Patrimony categorized it as a historical monument

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Cluj-Napoca Botanical Garden

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Cluj-Napoca Botanical Garden

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Cluj-Napoca Botanical Garden

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Cluj-Napoca Botanical Garden

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Cluj-Napoca Botanical Garden

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Cluj-Napoca Ion Agârbiceanu (1882-1963) by Romulus Ladea (1901-1970)

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Cluj-Napoca Ion Agârbiceanu (1882-1963)

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Cluj-Napoca Lucian Blaga by Romulus Ladea (1901-1970)

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Cluj-Napoca Lucian Blaga (1895-1961) by Romulus Ladea

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Cluj-Napoca Mihai Eminescu (1850-1889) by Ovidiu Maitec 1976

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Cluj-Napoca Mihai Eminescu (1850-1889) by Ovidiu Maitec (1925-2007)

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The statue of Romanian national poet, Mihai Eminescu, placed in front of National Opera, Cluj-Napoca

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Cluj-Napoca Scoala Ardeleana (Samuil Micu, Gheorghe Șincai, Petru Maior) by Romulus Ladea

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Cluj-Napoca Scoala Ardeleana (Samuil Micu, Gheorghe Șincai, Petru Maior) by Romulus Ladea

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The Transylvanian School, (Școala Ardeleană in Romanian) was a cultural movement which was founded after part of the Romanian Orthodox Church in Habsburg-ruled Transylvania accepted the leadership of the Pope and became the Greek-Catholic Church (ca.1700)

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Sibiu Romania Statue of Gheorghe Lazăr (1779-1823) Transylvanian-born Romanian scholar

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Sibiu Romania Statue of Gheorghe Lazăr (1779-1823) by Radu Aftenie

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Sibiu Romania Statue of Gheorghe Lazăr (1779-1823)

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Gheorghe Lazăr (1779-1823) by Radu Aftenie

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Statue of C. A. Rosetti (1902) by Wladimir Hegel (1839-1918)

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Bucharest Statue of Constantin A. Rosetti (1816-1885) by Wladimir Hegel 1902

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Bucharest Statue of Constantin Brâncoveanu (1654-1714) by Oscar Han

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Bucharest Statue of Constantin Brâncoveanu (1654-1714) by Oscar Han (1891-1976)

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Bucharest Statue of Constantin Brâncoveanu (1654-1714) by Oscar Han (1891-1976)

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Bucharest Statue of Constantin Brâncoveanu (1654-1714) by Oscar Han (1891-1976)

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Bucharest Statue of Dinicu Golescu (1777-1830) by Wladimir Hegel (1839-1918)

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Bucharest Statue of Domni ț a B ă la ș a (1693 -1754) by Karl Storck (1826- 1887)

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Bucharest Statue of Domni ț a B ă la ș a

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Bucharest Statue of Domni ț a B ă la ș a (1693 -1754) by Karl Storck (1826- 1887)

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The Frederic and Cecilia Cuțescu-Storck Art Museum is a modern art museum in Bucharest Statue s of Domni ț a B ă la ș a (1693 -1754) and of protopopTeodor Economu by Karl Storck (1826- 1887)

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Bucharest Statue of Spiru Haret (1851-1912), mathematician, astronomer, professor by Ion Jalea Bucharest Statue of Gheorghe Lazăr (1779-1821) a Transylvanian-born Romanian scholar by Ion Georgescu

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Bucharest Statue of Gheorghe Lazăr (1779-1821) a Transylvanian-born Romanian scholar by Ion Georgescu

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Bucharest Statue of Gh. Gr. Cantacuzino (1845-1898) by Ernest Henri Dubois (1863-1930)

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Bucharest Statue of dr.Carol Davila (1828-1884) by Karl Storck (1826- 1887)

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Bucharest Statue of Ion I. C. Bratianu (1864-1927) by Ivan Meštrović (Croatian, 1883 – 1962)

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Bucharest Statue of Ion I. C. Bratianu (1864-1927) by Ivan Meštrović (Croatian, 1883 – 1962)

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Bucharest Statue of Ion Heliade Rădulescu, Romanian academic, Romantic and Classicist poet

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Bucharest Statue of Ion Heliade Rădulescu (1802-1872) The statue is the work of the Italian sculptor Ettore Ferrari and was unveiled in 1881

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Manastirea Varatec Safta Brancoveanu (1776-1857) by Ion Jalea (1887-1983)

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Text and pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foi ş oreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela Sound : Nicu Alifantis - Emo ț ie de toamnã; Via ţ a mea se ilumineazã (versuri Nichita Stãnescu)

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