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May 9, 2021

Romanian library opens in Serbia’s Morava Valley

A Romanian library opened in Bobovo, located in Morava Valley, Serbia on Tuesday, Agerpres informs This cultural entity that is unique in the Romanians’ community living in the area was set up by the Association for the Preservation of the Language, Culture and Religion of the Romanians/Vlachs in Morava Valley. Its chair Rodica Bobului told Agerpres that the library, in the same way as the Romanian-language teaching courses having ended recently will contribute to consolidating the ethnic Romanians’ national identity, to preserving and promoting their mother-tongue. According to the Association head, the library was established as part of a project backed by Eudoxiu Hurmuzachi Institute, which procured over 500 books from publishers CD Press, Gabrielle 2005, from the Romanian Cultural Institute and Dinicu Golescu County Library in Arges County (southern Romania).

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