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October 22, 2021

Discount book fair Kilipirim at Dalles Gallery

The discount book fair Kilipirim started yesterday and will span until March 23 at Dalles Gallery in Bucharest.
Kilipirim provides a unique opportunity for the book aficionados in Bucharest to buy books at a major discount offered by the major local publishing houses, Humanitas, Rao, Curtea Veche, Polirom, Cartea Romaneasca, Nemira, Trei, Litera, Orizonturi, Univers, Corint, Herald, Aramis, Girasol, House of Guides, Vivaldi, Prut being just a part of the publishing houses to open stalls during the fair. Each of them offer major discounts of up to 80 per cent at Kilipirim.
“As you got accustomed each spring, Kilipirim awaits you between March 19 and 23 at Dalles Gallery with new offers of books for all ages. For the second time in the history of our fair, we will also have an event calendar, meant to meet all tastes. The romance, the contemporary Romanian literature, astrology, newly-released best-sellers are but few of the themes in our event calendar. Our friends need only a stroll to Kilipirim and will realize again that good literature is not a luxury at this book fair,” said organizer Louisa Udrescu, quoted by Agerpres.
Over the five days, Kilipirim organizers provide to the readers several events devoted to kids, teenagers and experienced readers alike, from events targeting those fond of literature to events devoted to those interested in general knowledge books.
At the second floor of Dalles Hall, during the Festival of spirituality and complementary therapies “The Ninth Dimension,” the visitors will be able to purchase esoteric books and products or can participate in the permanent program of conferences on general self-development themes or improvement of life quality.
Launched in 2005, Kilipirim now in its ninth year is one of the most popular projects devoted to books in Bucharest, present in the cultural agenda of all book aficionados.

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