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Ion Caramitru, Florin Iaru and Petre Roman debate Revolution of 1989 at Humanitas Kretzulescu

Ion Caramitru, Florin Iaru and Petre Roman, besides historian Constantin Corneanu and writer Bogdan Hrib will be Razvan Dolea’s guests at the debate “The Romanian Revolution of Bucharest, 25 years later”, due this Wednesday, starting at 12 pm, at Humanitas Kretzulescu Book Shop.

The Wednesday event is organized by Radio Romania Cultural and represents the last public debate in the “Cultural Barricade” project, destined to celebrate 25 years since the Revolution of December 1989. The recordings of the debates held in Bucharest, Sibiu and Timisoara will be broadcasted in December on all FM frequencies of Radio Romania Cultural, as well as online.

On December 16, starting at 7 pm, Radio Romania Cultural will broadcast the recording of the debate held in Timisoara, the city where the word “Freedom!” was yelled for the first time.

The guests of the debate organized at the Memorial of the Revolution in Timisoara are revolution attendants Traian Orban, President of the Memorialul Revolutiei Association, writers Daniel Vighi, Viorel Marineasa and Lucian Vasile Szabo, as well as history teacher Adrian Kali.

On December 21, starting at 8.30 pm, the radio station will broadcast the recording of the debate at the Habitus Book Shop in Sibiu. The guests of the commemoration are revolution attendant Dan Toader, university professor Horatiu Rusu and university lector Gabriel Serban of Lucian Blaga University.

Other attendants are Sabin Luca, manager of the Brukenthal National Museum and Nicu Cherciu, one of the photo-reporters who immortalized the Sibiu Revolution. The final debate of the “Cultural Barricade”, dedicated to the events in Bucharest, will be broadcasted by Radio Romania Cultural on December 22, starting at 7 pm.


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