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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.    

Saint Elijah (Sfântul Ilie), celebrated on 20 July, usually comes with thunder, lightning and rain. Provided this weekend he makes an exception, you might feel tempted to check out the fair organised in his honour at Muzeul Ţăranului Român (Şos. Kiseleff 3) between 17 and 19 July. There will be lots of hand-made artefacts (ceramics, fabrics, jewelery, etc.) and a good variety of traditional Romanian sweets and drinks (yes, ţuică!).     

Out of the quarter of Phanar in old Constantinople (modern-day Istanbul) came intricate decision-making chains tipping the fate of the Ottoman Empire, and just over a century of rule which left a distinctive imprint on the ethos, psyche and lifestyle of the Romanians.

The expat women living in Romania have put together yet another edition of “From Romania with Love”, a charity photobook which can be ordered here: In the album, the photographic “eye of the foreigner” captures Romania in its landscapes, portraits, architecture, to give us the overarching image of a beautiful country well loved by travellers. The book costs 60 RON and profits go to five NGOs. 

This new batch of 10 more challenging, advanced-level exercises covers words, phrases, common mistakes and grammar. There is an answer key provided at the end. Enjoy!

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