Hello everyone! For all of you that want to know a bit more about the place you’ve missed until now! Your guide to Romania with a touch of education.
Some of the greatest inventors of Romania:
The Fountain Pen Inventor: Petrache Poenaru
Father of Modern Cybernetics: Stefan Odobleja
The TRUE inventor of INSULIN – Nicolae Paulescu
The Inventor of Jet Plain – Henri Coanda
Ejector seat – Dragomir Anastase
Cholera vaccine – Ioan Cantacuzino
Nadia Com?neci, a Romanian gymnast, received the gold medal at Montreal Olympics in 1976, after obtaining the first perfect 10 in the history of gymnastics. The displays at the Olympics were only able to show a grade up to 9.99, so, after a few minutes of debate among the judges, the display wrote “1.00”.
The first complete work about the history of religions was written by the Romanian fiction writer, philosopher and Chicago University Professor, Mircea Eliade. His “Treatise on the History of Religions” is known for the coherence and the ability to synthesize different mythologies. Eliade is recognized to be one of the founders of the “Chicago school” that basically defined the study of religions for the second half of the 20th century.
S?pân?a, a village in Maramure? county, is well-known for the “Merry Cemetery”. Romanians are the first nation who has seen death as a moment filled with joy and happiness, in anticipation of a better after-life.
Only after you visit a country, you begin to truly understand it. You discover extraordinary things through your own experiences. We will be waiting you!