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Bridge of Apollodorus of Damascus, restored with aid of a digital laser hologram

Bridge of Apollodorus of Damascus, restored with aid of a digital laser hologram

A section of the famous Bridge of Trajan, built over the Danube by Apollodorus of Damascus, spanning between the actual Turnu Severin (Romania) and Kostol (Serbia), raised from 103 and… Read more »

Garana International Jazz Festival to start off this evening

Garana International Jazz Festival to start off this evening

The 15th edition of the Garana International Jazz Festival, in the southwestern county of Caras-Severin, opens this evening. Expected to perform are highly acclaimed jazz players from the US, Norway,… Read more »

Painting “Afizé” by Nicolae Tonitza, sold for 160,000 euros

Painting “Afizé” by Nicolae Tonitza, sold for 160,000 euros

The painting “Afizé” by Nicolae Tonitza (1886 -1940) was sold for 160,000 euros at the auction called “Orientalism” held by Artmark in Mamaia (south-eastern Romania). “Afizé” is one of the… Read more »

32% of teacher tenure candidates fail the exam

32% of teacher tenure candidates fail the exam

About 32% of teachers in Romania who took the tenure exam to get permanent teaching jobs have failed the test, state secretary within the Education Ministry Oana Badea announced. She… Read more »

Brain Activity Changed By Short-Term Meditation

Brain Activity Changed By Short-Term Meditation

Meditation is one of the most well-known forms of getting in touch with your inner-self and of relaxation. Still, no research has been made up until now to see how meditation influences brain activity. A couple of years ago, Jane Anderson, one of the co-authors of the study, was struggling with the harsh weather of [...]

Response To Stress Tells How A Child’s Temperament Will Be

Response To Stress Tells How A Child’s Temperament Will Be

It is widely known that people respond to stress in different ways, but no study has been made until now to show how stress affects children and their temperament. According to psychologist Dr. Patrick Davies, the lead author of the study, there are certain patterns, such as being submissive and cautious when having to deal [...]

Hurriyet Daily News – Turkish cultural bridges to Romania grow with TV series

Hurriyet Daily News – Turkish cultural bridges to Romania grow with TV series

Silvana Rachieru, the director of the Romanian Cultural Institute, became interested in Turkish culture during her university years. Over the last five years, she has witnessed the growing interest in… Read more »

Romania 2011 Baccalaureate shocks nation as less than half students pass exam

Romania 2011 Baccalaureate shocks nation as less than half students pass exam

Some 44.47% of Romanian high school students passed the 2011 Baccalaureate last week – the lowest graduation rate in the history of the country. According to data provided by education… Read more »