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New Romanian cultural centre to open in Madrid in early 2012

A cultural centre dedicated to promoting Romanian culture, coordinated by the cultural promoter Antonio Calderon de Jesus and the visual artist Romeo Niram, will open in downtown Madrid in early 2012, Mediafax reports. Covering a surface of nearly 600 sq m, Jardines Niram (Niram Gardens) is a multifunctional space, which will include a small park, where the public will have a chance to watch performances, concerts and even outdoor exhibitions. The new space is conceived as a dynamic structure, which will comprise a Cultural Centre, the Calderon de Jesus Art Gallery, dedicated to consecrated artists, and the Nicole Blanco Gallery, meant to promote young artists. The Spanish capital also hosts a branch of the Romanian Cultural Institute.

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