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Agriculture: farmers, greenhouses, vegetables, tomato
00:22
SD RM Russian

Romania

Agriculture: farmers, greenhouses, vegetables, tomato

Agriculture: farmers, greenhouses, vegetables, tomato


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Ceausescu: December, 1989 - the last days
00:42
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Romania

Ceausescu: December, 1989 - the last days

Ceausescu: December, 1989


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Ceausescu: Nicolae Ceauşescu's grave in Ghencea cemetery
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Romania, Buckarest

Ceausescu: Nicolae Ceauşescu's grave in Ghencea cemetery

Ceausescu: December, 1989 window.onload = function(){window.parent.CKEDITOR._["contentDomReadyvideo_description"]( window );}


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Ceausescu: Nicolae Ceauşescu's grave in Ghencea cemetery
04:55
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Romania, Bucharest

Ceausescu: Nicolae Ceauşescu's grave in Ghencea cemetery

Ceausescu: Nicolae Ceauşescu's grave in Ghencea cemetery


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Children: The children's home Cighid, 1990
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Romania, Cighid

Children: The children's home Cighid, 1990

Children In 1966, the regime of Nicolae Ceauşescu decreed a ban on contraception and abortion with the aim of increasing Romania: The children's home Cighid, 1990's population. At the age of three years the children were medically examined. Disabled and orphaned children were in huge numbers brought into homes like Cighid or psychiatric hospitals, where they lived under inhumane conditions.Many children died within a few weeks because of hunger, frostbite or diseases. The children's home Cighid, near the Hungarian border, was discovered in spring 1990 by western reporters. The pictures of sick and malnourished children were published in many newspapers and were shown on many TV stations around the world. Observers described the sight of Cighid with terms like "Child Gulags" or "the Romanian Euthanasia Program". Charities from America and Western Europe contributed massively to an aid programme which saw Cighid improved. Many of the children being held at Cighid were adopted by Western European families.


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Children: The children's home Cighid
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Romania, Cighid

Children: The children's home Cighid

Children In 1966, the regime of Nicolae Ceauşescu decreed a ban on contraception and abortion with the aim of increasing Romania: The children's home Cighid, 1990's population. At the age of three years the children were medically examined. Disabled and orphaned children were in huge numbers brought into homes like Cighid or psychiatric hospitals, where they lived under inhumane conditions.Many children died within a few weeks because of hunger, frostbite or diseases. The children's home Cighid, near the Hungarian border, was discovered in spring 1990 by western reporters. The pictures of sick and malnourished children were published in many newspapers and were shown on many TV stations around the world. Observers described the sight of Cighid with terms like "Child Gulags" or "the Romanian Euthanasia Program". Charities from America and Western Europe contributed massively to an aid programme which saw Cighid improved. Many of the children being held at Cighid were adopted by Western European families.


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Danube: Delta - landscape, fishermen's, animals
10:37
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Romania, Danube Delta

Danube: Delta - landscape, fishermen's, animals

Danube: Delta - landscape, fishermen's, animals: Delta - landscape, , animals: Delta - landscape, people, animals


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Drug addicted children in Bucharest
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Romania, Bucharest

Drug addicted children in Bucharest

Drug addicted children in Bucharest


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Floods: in Transylvania
03:42
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Romania, Alba Lulia

Floods: in Transylvania

Týždeň vo filme: 1970/23 Floods: in Transylvania in Transylvania


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Iuliu Maniu: Photo of the Romanian politician: leader of the National Party,  prime minister, co-founder of the National Peasants'
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Romania

Iuliu Maniu: Photo of the Romanian politician: leader of the National Party, prime minister, co-founder of the National Peasants'

Iuliu Maniu: Photo of the Romanian politician: leader of the National Party, prime minister, co-founder of the National Peasants'


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Marie of Romania: In Bran Castle among people from folk
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Romania, Bran

Marie of Romania: In Bran Castle among people from folk

Marie of Romania: In Bran Castle among people from folk


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Refugees: Romanian refugees - with ship to America
09:23
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France, Le Havre

Refugees: Romanian refugees - with ship to America

Refugees: Romanian refugees - with ship to America


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Refugees: Romanian refugees - with ship to America
09:23
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France, Le Havre

Refugees: Romanian refugees - with ship to America

Refugees: Romanian refugees - with ship to America


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Roma King
04:33
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Romania

Roma King

Sure enough the Romanian gypsy king has a real crown and cloak. Recently he has even created his own religion with church and believers. Symbolizing his kingly power his house looks like a palace with paintings of his family members. However, nowadays he is mostly interested in business and money.


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Romania: Tichilesti - the leper colony
03:55
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Romania, Tichilesti

Romania: Tichilesti - the leper colony

Tichileşti is a leper colony in Isaccea, Tulcea County, Romania, having 22 inhabitants according to the 2002 census. Although officially a hospital, Tichileşti appears to be more like a small village.


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Romania: Danube Delta - landscape with animals
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Romania, Danube Delta

Romania: Danube Delta - landscape with animals

Romania: Danube Delta - landscape with animals


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Romania: Charles I - King of Romania with wife
00:21
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Serbia

Romania: Charles I - King of Romania with wife

WW I: CHARLES (KARL EITEL ZEPHYRIN LUDWIG; in Rum. Carol), king of Rumania (1839-), second son of Prince Karl Anton of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, was born on the 10th of April 1839. He was educated at Dresden (1850-1856), and passed through his university course at Bonn. Entering the Prussian army in 1857, he won considerable distinction in the Danish war of 1864, and received instruction in strategy from General von Moltke. He afterwards travelled in France, Italy, Spain and Algeria. He was a captain in the 2nd regiment of Prussian Dragoon Guards when he was elected domn or prince of Rumania on the 10th of April 1866, after the compulsory abdication of Prince Alexander John Cuza. Regarded at first with distrust by Turkey, Russia and Austria, he succeeded in gaining general recognition in six months; but he had to contend for ten years with fierce party struggles between the Conservatives and the Liberals. During this period, however, Charles displayed great tact in his dealings with both parties, and kept his country in the path of administrative and economic reform, organizing the army, developing the railways, and establishing commercial relations with foreign powers. The sympathy of Rumania with France in the Franco-Prussian War of 1870, and the consequent interruption of certain commercial undertakings, led to a hostile movement against Prince Charles, which, being fostered by Russia, made him resolve to abdicate; and it was with difficulty that he was persuaded to remain. In the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-78 he joined the Russians before Plevna, and being placed in command of the combined Russian and Rumanian forces, forced Osman Pasha to surrender. As a consequence of the prince's vigorous action the independence of Rumania, which had been proclaimed in May 1877, was confirmed by various treaties in 1878, and recognized by Great Britain, France and Germany in 1880. On the 26th of March 1881 he was proclaimed king of Rumania, and, with his consort, was crowned on the 22nd of May following. From that time he pursued a successful career in home and foreign policy, and greatly improved the financial amd military position of his country; while his appreciation of the fine arts was shown by his formation of an important collection of paintings of all schools in his palaces at Sinaia and Bucharest. For a detailed account of his reign, see Rumania. On the 1st of November 1869 he married Princess Elizabeth, a daughter of Prince Hermann of Wied, widely known under her literary name of "Carmen Sylva." As the only child of the marriage, a daughter, died in 1874, the succession was finally settled upon the king's nephew, Prince Ferdinand of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, who was created prince of Rumania on the 18th of March 1889, and married, on the 10th of January 1893, Princess Marie, daughter of Alfred, duke of Saxe-Coburg, their children being Prince Carol (b. 1893) and Princess Elizabeth (b. 1894). The official life of King Charles, mainly his own composition, Aus dem Leben KOnig Karls von Rumdnien (Stuttgart, 1894-1900, 4 vols.), deals mainly with political history. See for an account of his domestic life, M. Kremnitz, Konig Karl von Rumdnien. Ein Lebensbild (Breslau, 1903).


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Scornicesti: ruined buildings
00:26
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Romania, Scornicesti

Scornicesti: ruined buildings

Romania Scornicesti, ruined buildings


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Scornicesti: needlewoman, sewing
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Romania, Scornicesti

Scornicesti: needlewoman, sewing

Romania Scornicesti, needlewoman, sewing


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Scornicesti: ruined stadion
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Romania, Scornicesti

Scornicesti: ruined stadion

Romania Scornicesti, ruined stadion


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