This weekend, the National History Museum of Bucharest will host the XVII-th edition of the Book, Press and Music Salon – an event that will feature special events at the stands of exhibitors and in specially arranged areas. On the agenda are book launches, roundtables, debates, poetry recitals, dances, homage paying events, contests, pop, folk, jazz and African drum concerts, and a creation workshop for youth. The Salon will be opened by the Military Orchestra of the Romanian Gendarmerie and the ‘Ciocarlia’ Ensemble. The ethnic communities represented in Romania will have their own stands in the event, presenting their specific art, culture and traditions. The Romanian Association of Archaeology will launch Friday, at 1.00 PM, in the Lapidarium Hall, the 8th volume of Prehistory Studies, published by the Association, with articles about prehistoric archeology, from Paleolithic to the Bronze Age, in widely spoken languages. The Salon is open to public Friday and Saturday, from noon to 7.00 PM, and Sunday from 11.00 AM to 4.00 PM.
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