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March 24, 2023

Romanian language, culture and civilization courses in Brasov

Over 30 students from 14 countries – Austria, Belgium, South Korea, Croatia, Switzerland, Germany, Greece, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Serbia, Spain, US and Turkey – are attending the Romanian language, culture and civilization courses organized by the Romanian Cultural Institute (ICR) in Brasov until August 2.

Reaching its 15th edition, the program is organized in partnership with the Language Faculty of the ‘Transylvania’ University in Brasov (the place where the courses are taking place), the ‘Casa Muresenilor’ Museum, the ‘Corona’ Local Initiative Group and the ‘George Baritiu’ County Library. The courses are doubled by conferences on Romanian culture and civilization that focus on local history themes, literature, Transylvanian traditions, cinematography, politics and journalism. After the courses the students can take part in several creative workshops: gastronomy, historical costumes, dance and creative writing. Romanian films will be shown once a week.

Likewise, fact-finding trips will be organized to Brasov’s Old City, the Saxon fortresses of Harman, Prejmen and Viscri, the Bran castle, the Rupea fortress, the ‘Cezar Petrescu’ Memorial House in Busteni, the Peles Sinaia centre, the ‘George Enescu’ Memorial House in Sinaia, the Gura Raului village and the city of Sibiu.

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