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PROTECTED FAUNA FROM ROMANIA

          Romfilatelia introduces into circulation the postage stamps issue “Protected Fauna from Romania”.          Romfilatelia introduces into circulation the postage stamps issue “Protected Fauna from Romania”. The global warming, man’s interference within nature, the destruction of animals’ natural habitat caused by the mankind progress and of the development of buildings areas, as well as excessive haunting, have…

ELECTRIC TRAMS

The last decades of the 18th century have registered a strong expansion of the technical progress which prepared the true industrial revolution on the European and American continents, developed during the entire period of the 19th century. The old manual technical methods have been replaced by the invention of useful machines and tools in almost all the domains.          The last…

ROMANIAN POSTAGE STAMP DAY – ANGHEL I. SALIGNY – 155 Years since his Birth

    The railroad line Adjud – Tg. Ocna with the first combined bridges in the country – highway and railway (1881-1882), the first grain silos in the world made of reinforced concrete in Braila and Galati (1888-1889), the bridge over Siret from Cosmesti (1888), the bridges complex in Fetesti-Cernavoda, the longest in Europe (1895), the arrangement of the harbor in Constanta (1889-1909), these…

SIGHISOARA HISTORICAL CENTRE – UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE

The citadel of Sighisoara, museum city, part of the dowry of our history, preserves in lines, forms, volumes, colors, environment and typologies, the memory of a time, which, by specific means of architecture, urbanistics and the objects of old craftsmen speaks about the continuity and permanence of the Romanian people in Transylvania. The citadel of Sighisoara, museum city, part of the dowry of our…

APOLLO 11 – 40 Years since the First Step on the Moon

“That’s one small step for man, a giant leap for mankind” (Neil Armstrong – Moon, July 20th 1969)“That’s one small step for man, a giant leap for mankind” (Neil Armstrong – Moon, July 20th 1969) The man’s dream of flying has always existed… And also since then there existed the dream of the earthling of reaching the Moon … The first person who wrote…

ROMANIA – AN EUROPEAN SOURCE OF ENERGY

Motto: “Romania, bridge-country between the East and the West, cross-road between Western Europe and Eastern Europe, which is so beautifully named by tradition the Garden of Mary, mother of Jesus” – Pope John Paul II, in Bucharest (June 7th, 1999)Motto: “Romania, bridge-country between the East and the West, cross-road between Western Europe and Eastern Europe, which is so beautifully named by tradition the Garden…

THE 31st CONFERENCE OF THE POLICE AGENCIES FROM THE EUROPEAN CAPITALS – Bucharest, 24th-29th of May 2009

An event with European resonance, the 31st Conference of the Police Agencies from the European Capitals, which will take place in Bucharest on May this year, offers to Romfilatelia the occasion to release a postage stamps issue. An event with European resonance, the 31st Conference of the Police Agencies from the European Capitals, which will take place in Bucharest on May this year, offers…

THE 60th ANNIVERSARY OF THE COUNCIL OF EUROPE

Motto: “Let Europe arise!” (W.Churchill, Zürich, 19th of September 1946) Motto: “Let Europe arise!” (W.Churchill, Zürich, 19th of September 1946) At the end of the Second World War, Europe was devastated, and the economies of the European countries were down. Thousands of cities and villages were in ruin. “I wish to speak to you today about the tragedy of Europe, this noble Continent, comprising…

Europa 2009 – ASTRONOMY

    The International Astronomical Union (IAU) General Assembly of the 23rd of July 2003 in Sidney (Australia) unanimously approved a resolution for the designation of year 2009 as the International Year of Astronomy.      The International Astronomical Union (IAU) General Assembly of the 23rd of July 2003 in Sidney (Australia) unanimously approved a resolution for the designation of year 2009 as the…

ROMGAZ – 100 YEARS

  The Earth, “The Blue Planet”, which was called by different names: Pavimentum, in Latin, Gaia, in Greek mythology, Tellus, in Roman mythology, and whose age is considered to be more than 4.5 billion years, hides in its solid layers of the continent and under the seas, a huge reservoir of resources that has ensured the perpetuation of life and the progress of human…