Spectra catalytic converter (A)

Spectra catalytic converter (A)

Apr 5, 2017

Vehicles run on gas and other fossil fuels that we all know produce toxic gases. Over the years, the world has come to realize how harmful the smoke from the industries and the cars can be. To make matters worse, cars are only increasing as more vehicles are being produced and people have the purchasing power to grab them. It means that more smoke will be...

Prince Charles of Wales painted by a Romanian artist. Now working on a portrait of the Queen

Prince Charles of Wales painted by a Romanian artist. Now working on a portrait of the Queen

Mar 30, 2017

The Romanian painter Laszlo Valovits made a monumental portrait, oil painted, of HRH Prince Charles of Wales. The portrait was exhibited at the Museum of Art in Cluj-Napoca, the capital of Transylvania. The picture is a meter and 80 cm high and one meter and 35 centimeters wide, without the frames. “This portrait depicts also the personality of His Royal...

Ryanair is recruiting cabin crew in Romania, in Bucharest, Timişoara and Cluj-Napoca

Ryanair is recruiting cabin crew in Romania, in Bucharest, Timişoara and Cluj-Napoca

Mar 8, 2017

Crewlink announces their Cabin Crew Assessment Dates which will be taking place throughout Romania in March 2017. They are currently recruiting Cabin Crew for Ryanair.  A highly competitive package is on offer to all successful applicants with generous travel benefits. No experience is required. “This is a truly amazing opportunity to start your...

Pascal Fesneau: The French Studying or Doing Business in Romania Should Learn Romanian

Pascal Fesneau: The French Studying or Doing Business in Romania Should Learn Romanian

Feb 23, 2017

Pascal Fesneau, Honorary Consul of France in Cluj is talking, in the following interview about what it means to do business in Romania, as a Frenchman. How do francophone companies develop in the economic environment in Cluj? Pascal Fesneau: I am not acquainted with all francophone companies, but the French companies are clearly expanding. Some have a 5-10%...

Emmanuel de Martonne, the Frenchman who drew the Borders of Romania

Emmanuel de Martonne, the Frenchman who drew the Borders of Romania

Jan 31, 2017

One of the most esteemed French scholars in Romania is the geographer Emmanuel de Martonne. He published some of the first scientific papers about the geography of Romania. Moreover, he contributed substantially to drawing the borders of Romania after World War I, as he had been hired as an expert in the works of the Paris Peace Conference in 1919. Emmanuel de...

A Century of Unification

A Century of Unification

Jan 23, 2017

Romanians have lived in different States throughout most of their history. The first Romanian States were set up in the Balkans in medieval times. The Aromanians, one of the branches of the Romanian people, established States such as the Great Wallachia or the Wallachia Minor. Other Romanians in the south of the Danube founded the Romanian-Bulgarian Empire...