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In 1937, a prominent Romanian academic, Constantin Rădulescu-Motru, published a study titled The Psychology of the Romanian People. Its main claims were that the Romanians are a gregarious people, not very autonomous or perseverant in their work.  [...] A remake of the old study was needed to clarify our place and role within the value framework of the new geopolitical structures Romania is now part of (NATO, the EU).

It’s probably the most out-of-the-ordinary kind of museum: the Museum of Broken Relationships, for lovers of yesterday... Based in Zageb and Los Angeles, it’s soon coming to Bucharest. Visit it between 3 September and 17 October at the Rezidenţa BRD Scena9 (32 Ion Luca Caragiale Street), Tuesday to Friday 4pm-8pm, and at weekends from 1pm to 8pm. Guaranteed to alleviate even recent split-ups! ;) Appointments here.

Fresh from the oven: this month’s dose of Romanian-language practice includes a new batch of 10 mixed-level exercises which will put your mind to good work in the language brain gym. We hope you can fly through them! Steady, go! (Answer key at the end.)

A graduate of barely secondary school, Romanian history nowadays pays homage to her as the female symbol of anti-communist resistance, an extraordinary woman of extraordinary moral standing, whose resilience, dignity, determination and heroism made her a major 20th-century Romanian female role model.  

On 20 July we celebrate the Romanian Aviation and Air Forces Day. Military aircraft and helicopters (F-16 Fighting Falcon, C-130 Hercules, Puma and so on) which belong to the Romanian Air Forces, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Romanian Intelligence Service will perform air acrobatics across the skies of northern Bucharest. So look up there for a breathtaking air show.    

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