Remarkable Romanians Abroad

Hariclea Darclée was born in Braila, on June 10, 1860, into a family with Greek roots. It is one of the most important musical personalities of Romania and of the world. N. Carandino wrote in his book - "Darclée": at her birth, it was predicted that "her ladyship will travel…
Emil Racovita explored 1,200 caves in Europe and Africa, has gathered a collection of 5,000 underground and underwater animals and published over 66 work-papers on underground fauna. He is the founder of Bio-speleology and the first biologist in the world who has studied the lives of animals and birds in…
After he graduated high school Bogdan Tirca, the young computers student from Ţicleni city, Gorj County, was admitted to the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Bucharest. "I have noticed a trend among my friends, the fact that we like computer and not much else. I…
George Emil Palade is known to the world as "an American scientist of Romanian origin", a specialist in cell biology, Nobel Prize laureate in 1974. All of his research activity he carried it in the United States "where he was awarded numerous prizes and orders" and where he died at…
Alecsandra Raluca Dragoi a student from Iassy won the Sony Awards Prize in 2013 for the picture entitled 'Ritual' Prize Winner Alecsandra Raluca Dragoi Works in Print are very excited to announce that the winner of this year’s Art Graduates Prize is talented photographer Alecsandra Raluca Dragoi from University of…
Setting a new Guinness World Record, Romanian inventor and engineer living in Canada Catalin Alexandru Duru has traveled a distance of 275.9 meters (905 ft 2 in) by hoverboard on Lake Ouareau, Quebec – over five times longer than the previous hoverboard flight record. Perhaps this comes as no surprise…
Alexandra Dariescu will play at the Tchaikovsky Gala, alongside the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in London, conducted by Grzegorz Nowak according to the royalalberthall.com site. On this occasion, Alexandra Dariescu will perform the Piano Concerto no. 1, by Piotr Ilici Tchaikovsky. Alexandra Dariescu, the first pianist from Romania who went on…
1. Elisa Leonida Zamfirescu - The First Woman Engineer in the World. She was born on November 10, 1887 in Galatzi. After high school graduation, she tried to enroll in the Bridges and Roads Superior School in Bucharest, but she was rejected because of prejudices. So she went to Berlin…
The young Romanian lady Petrutza Küpper, enchanted the german audience through her performance on pan flute, during the "Das Supertalent 2009" contest. She ranked the third place in the competition, the final being broadcasted on Saturday evening on the RTL tv channel, as stated by the Mediafax news agency. (Senzatia…
Mihai Patrascu, was from Craiova, South of Romania. He was a good fellow, a student who used to leave his teachers speechless because he was learning everything so quickly. He studied computer science without a teacher and was seven times world medalist. He was accepted at the best university in…

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The ‘Wonderful Romania’ project sets itself to be a place where everyone can fill one’s soul with the beauty of these lands, a place in which Romanians will be able to rediscover their identity, and also an instrument of acknowledgment for the foreigners that want to know more about our country.