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On Friday 13 December, between 6.30pm and 8pm, the Museum of Bucharest Capital City invites you to enjoy a Christmas concert at beautiful Palatul Şuţu (Bvd. Ion C. Brătianu 2). Albanian-born soprano Arlinda Morava and her guests (soprano Mihaela Stanciu, mezzo-soprano Adriana Alexandru, pianist Georgiana Diaconescu and clarinettist Gheorghe Constantinescu) will perform traditional carols but also popular canzonetti and operetta areas. Tickets cost 20 lei.

On Thursday 10 December, from 5 to 6pm, a classical guitar concert takes place in the impressive historic building of Palatul Şuţu (Bvd. Ion C. Brătianu 2), where the Museum of Bucharest Capital City is based. Titled, “Vibrations and Embodiments”, the event features Moldova-born guitarist Laurenţiu Topală and award-winning dancers Mirela Roşu and Giorgio Panico, of the “Urquiza” tango school. Free entry.

In Romanian, we don’t have question tags proper. But we do have what we could call, generically, “rhetorical questions”: questions which don’t actually ask about anything and don’t necessarily require an answer. We don’t use them to ask for information, details or facts. Which is not to say that we don’t expect a reaction to them. We do. But it has to do more with. . . .

This Sunday it's Romania’s National Day. Don’t miss the celebrations. There will be an impressive military parade showcasing troops of the Defence Ministry, the Internal Affairs Ministry and the Romanian Intelligence Service, 200 armoured vehicles and tanks, and 50 aircraft, plus military from 20 partner countries also parading at the event. It all starts at 11am on 1 December at the Arch of Triumph in Bucharest. Enjoy! La mulţi ani, România! 

Friday 22 November at 6pm beauty and craft enthusiasts are invited to the opening of “Ancient Jewellery and Revealed Messages”, an exhibition held in the historic building of Casa Filipescu-Cesianu (Calea Victoriei 151). The 200-odd artefacts on display are from the Archaeology Collection of the Museum of Bucharest and they tell the story of beauty, status and self-image in human evolution since prehistoric times.

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