On Wednesday, March 9th, 2016, Romfilatelia received at its headquarters the visit of a delegation from the „Dimitrie Gusti” National Village Museum, society’s partner and important supporter of traditions and symbols of the Romanian village life.
The institution was represented by Mrs. Ph.D. Paula Popoiu, manager, and
Mrs. Iuliana Grumazescu, Director of Communication, Museum Education. The visit was a great opportunity to discuss about the future philatelic project, which is set to be made by Romfilatelia and the „Dimitrie Gusti” National Village Museum in May 2016.
Pillars of the national culture and genuine supporters of Romanian values and symbols, the two institutions will thus continue their traditional partnership with a new philatelic project, which will be dedicated to the anniversary of 80 years since the foundation of the „Dimitrie Gusti” National Village Museum. On this occasion, the German House, a new architectural monument to be located of the minorities’ alley, within the Museum, will also be inaugurated. The two moments will be celebrated by an event which will gather numerous Romanian officials.
During the visit, were also discussed aspects of the project’s achievement, such as its topic and the best graphic approach of the philatelic elements.
Moreover, the Museum’s representatives have also admired the complete product range made by Romfilatelia, from exbition panels to special philatelic products, transformed over time in important promotion instruments of the Romanian cultural, artistic and historic heritage.
The visit concluded with congratulations addressed to the team of Romfilatelia for the work and passion put in making the Romanian stamps, Mrs. Popoiu also inserting a few thoughts in the society’s book of honour: “With the highest admiration and appreciation for the wonders seen today and for the work of those who gave them life.”