National day of romania ziua nationala a romaniei
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Ziua Nationala a Romaniei National Day of Romania 1 Decembrie December 1
30 decembrie- SfantulAndreiDecember 30th, St. AndrewSaint Andrew , from the early 1st century – midto late 1st century AD, is a Christian Apostleand the brother of Saint Peter.St. Andrew spent 20 years on the Dacianterritories preaching and teaching. He felt veryclose to the Dacians because they weremonotheists. During that period St.Andrewstraveled around the Danube territories and alongthe coast of the Black Sea, but mostly he wasin and around his cave in Dobrogea, in South EastRomania. St. Andrew’s cave is still kept as a holyplace.
The first of December 1918 represents, for the Romanian people,the triumph of centuries of struggle and sacrifices for achieving the nationalunitary state. This historical process, taking place on the entire Romanianarea, scored significant developments in the 1784s popular revolts, 1821and 1848s revolutions, the unification of Moldova with Wallachia (Muntenia)in 1859, the Proclamation of Independence after the 1877-78 anti-Ottoman war and was completed with the expression of the self-determinations will, in Chisinau, Cernautzi and Alba Iulia, during the year1918, of the Romanians living under foreign domination. Living in separate States, always threatened by the powerfulneighbors, with parts of its original territory - Transylvania, Bessarabia,Bucovina, sometimes Dobrogea too - annexed to the three big empires -Othoman, Habsburgic (later, known as Austro-Hungarian) and Russian, theRomanians always preserved the philosophy of being part of the same peopleand having the same genesis.
Imnul RomanieiRomanian Anthem http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqYCLYCQ2vs
La multi ani, Romania!Happy Birthday, Romania! Clasa a II-a E, Scoala Nr. 279, Bucuresti, Romania