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Language games and shows, to celebrate the European Languages Day

Movie screenings, language games, Romanian cuisine tasting and Romanian language courses will be some of the events organized, on September 26, by the Romanian Cultural Institutes (ICR) abroad, on the occasion of the European Languages Day dedicated to cultural diversity.
ICR Berlin organizes Romanian culture and language courses on September 25, at the Märkisches Viertel, Reinickendorf Library in Berlin. On the occasion of the third edition of the project “Transpoesie”, ICR Brussels will bring back the Romanian poetry in the Brussels means of transportation. The poem “Speranta” (“Hope”) by Ion Muresan will be read in Romanian, French and Dutch by the residents who choose to use the public transport in Brussels. Starting at 3:30 p.m., on board the “Vapor A38” Club, the Romanian Cultural Institute in Budapest will open a booth where they will carry on Romanian language initiation activities, language games and dialogue with native speakers.
ICR Istanbul will organize language games, dance courses, treasure hunts, foreign languages beginners’ courses, the magical surprise box “Feel and taste Europe”, a national objects painting corner, video and photos contests.
The Romanian Cultural Institute in Lisbon supports the Romanian contribution to the European Languages Day, on September 26, from the headquarters of the Portuguese Bank Caixa Geral dos Depósitos and from a coach, while the ICR Madrid invites to a Romanian food tasting, accompanied by Romanian music, Romanian stories reading in Spanish and the screening of the movie “Veronica” directed by Elisabeta Bostan.
ICR Paris will take part in the “Fête de la Gastronomie”, a culinary and linguistic duo between Romania and Hungary, in which amateur cooks from both countries will simultaneously cook one or more dishes for the public.
IRCCU Venice will promote the Romanian language and culture on September 28, during the Open Gates Day in Milan, and ICR Vienna will organize, on September 26, a reading session, in German, from Romanian authors translated in Austria and a piano recital with actress Katharina Stemberger and Bela Korenyi.

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