1916: German Generals Continue Advance on Bucarest
From the archives of The International Herald Tribune: The German army, led by Generals Falkenhayn and Mackensen, continue the advance on the Roumanian city of Bucarest during World War I, in December 1916.
1916: Romanian Troops Resist Offensive
From the archives of The International Herald Tribune: General Falkenhayn pressed his offensive in Transylvania, but the Romanians resisted, in November 1916.
How the Artist Adrian Ghenie Became an Auction Star
Bidding wars have broken out over the work of this Romanian painter, who has benefited from demand, limited output and a pool of eager buyers.
Romanian Artists Rethink Brancusi’s Legacy
“The Sons and Daughters of Brancusi: A Family Saga," a new exhibition in the town of Sfantu Gheorghe, challenges the national discourse on Romania’s legendary artist.
La vila lui Ceaușescu atenția este pe decorație, nu pe dictatură
Reședința cuplului Ceaușescu de-a lungul celor 24 ani de președinție a fost înconjurată de secret. Astăzi a devenit muzeu.
1916: Romania Declares War on Austria-Hungary
From the archives of the International Herald Tribune: Romania ends its neutrality and declares war on Austria-Hungary in August 1916.
With Tie, Swiss Are Poised to Move On at Euros
Admir Mehmedi scored in the 57th minute against Romania to give Switzerland 4 points going into its final group match, against France.
A Late Winner, and a Perfect Start for a Cautious France at Euros
Amid concerns about strikes and security, a 2-1 victory over Romania on a stunning goal by Dimitri Payet was everything the French could have wanted.
Confusion in a Romanian Village as 3 Vasile Cepois Run for Mayor
The citizens of Draguseni, Romania, were presented with a predicament on Sunday when they had to decide who should lead their village.
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