Greatest Romanians Of All Time (1)

Greatest Romanians Of All Time is a new category on our website and Romania In Our Hearts launches it today! This series of posts about the most important Romanians of all time does not have… Continue reading

Scrisoarea Reginei Maria către fiul său

Scrisoarea Reginei Maria către fiul său, cel care avea să devină Regele Carol al II-lea al României  Sinaia 25 decembrie 1925 Ce aș putea să-ți spun, Carol, fiul meu? Ce poate să-i spună… Continue reading

About Romania and Her People: Emil Cioran

Engleză/English: Had I been Romanian only through defects and I would still have loved this country against which I am ruthless out of an unconfessed adoration. Română/Romanian: Dacă nu aș fi român decât prin defecte, și tot aș iubi… Continue reading

About Romania and Her People: Storm Large

English: I sing in fourteen languages​​, but Romanian is one of the most beautiful languages I have ever heard. Romanian: Cânt în paisprezece limbi, dar româna este una dintre cele mai frumoase limbi pe care le-am auzit.… Continue reading

Maria Tănase Centenary

Maria Tănase Centenary 1913 – 2013 Romania celebrates 100 years since the birth of Maria Tănase, one of the most iconic Romanian musicians of all time. Here is a coallage of 50 photos… Continue reading

Romanian Achievements and Records: Part 17

106. Romanian athlete Nadia Comăneci is the youngest person ever to win an Olympic Gold Medal in gymnastics, male or female, at the age of 14 and 252 days old. She achieved this in… Continue reading

Romanian Achievements and Records: Part 16

101. Romanian inventor Henri Coandă made the first jet aircraft in the world, named the Coanda-1910, in 1910. (sources 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) This happened just seven years after the Wright Brothers historic first flight and four… Continue reading

Romanian Achievements and Records: Part 15

96.  Between 1890 and 1895, Romanian engineer Anghel Saligny designed the King Carol I Bridge, a complex of railroad truss bridges in Romania, across the Danube River, connecting the cities of Cernavodă and Feteşti.  At the time… Continue reading

Romanian Achievements and Records: Part 14

91. In 1890’s Romania, scientist Gregoriu Ştefănescu, director of the Museum of National History of Bucharest at the time, discovered the biggest and the most complete skeleton of a prehistoric elephant in the world,… Continue reading

Romanian Achievements and Records: Part 13

86. Wallachian (Romanian) ruler Mircea the Great organized the first offensive campaign against the Ottoman Empire in the history of Europe. Note that this fact occurred in 1395, and that the Ottoman Empire was… Continue reading