Romanian and german troops in Bassarabia , Ukraine and Crimea , 1941-42. Part II

Romanian and german troops in Bassarabia...

    Port of Odessa after the bombardment Watch on the Black Sea at Otchakov Moving up the stream in the boats Romanian navy secures the coast of the Black Sea A heavy gun moving into position near Odessa The road Kiev-Odessa is secured During the battle for Perekop The anti-tank ditch near Melitopol is leveled by the pioneers
Romanian army in Budapest

Romanian army in Budapest

The war between Kingdom of Romania and Hungary Bolshevik began on the night of 15 to April 16, 1919 when the Hungarian Communist army attack  Romanian military posts . Romanian counteroffensivetook four days and reached the lineof the Apuseni Mountains and Tisa River . We collected here some pictures illustrating the liberation of Transylvania and Hungary, including Budapest, by the Romanian Army in the summer of 1919, images from the archive Military Museum in Bucharest General Panaitescu the the hotel terrace Gellert in...
Terracotta Warriors from China visiting Bucharest

Terracotta Warriors from China visiting ...

This summer, the National History Museum of Romania in Bucharest hosted the exhibition Treasures of China. It is the largest exhibition organized by China in a museum in Romania, artefacts from 11 museums and cultural institutions in the PRC. The most impressive exhibits are four parts terracotta warriors and horse size terracotta. They come from the archaeological site near Xi’an, China, where they were discovered several decades ago, buried among other 8000 similar...
Windows through the time . Bucharest 1989 – 2013

Windows through the time . Bucharest 198...

          Via: Adevarul...
Romania in the early seventies . Part IV

Romania in the early seventies . Part IV

  Near Borşa. Gypsy with his wagon at the collection of empty...
St. Patrick celebrated on Parlament Palace in Bucharest

St. Patrick celebrated on Parlament Pala...

To celebrate the St. Patrick day , the Parlament Palace from Bucharest was colored in green. Ahe action was initiated by the Embassy of Ireland in Bucharest to popularize the celebration of St. Patrick in Romania and...
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